. Samsung Electronics recently unveiled its latest 30 inch WQXGA 2,560×1,600 resolution LCD that equips next generation VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) display port interface. This advanced LCD Monitor embodies a 10 bit graphic data processing chip.
. Toshiba Display Systems has joined hands with Magnetic Media Holdings Inc. to engulf 3D solution in their digital signage products. Toshiba will exhibit its Enabl3D technology in 32”, 42” & 47” monitors during Infocomm Convention (www.
Sources R&D has launched wireless adapter set that allows people to view PC contents on TVs, monitors and projectors. The Wireless USB Display Adapter, to be distributed under the Warpia brand, allows users to view video, Internet content and pictures from their computer on monitors and HDTV displays without the hassle of extra cables.
Apple is quite the innovative company with just about every one of their products going on to define whatever market they are released into. This has been the case with the iPod and later the iPhone and iPad.
3D display technology is quick gaining a ton of buzz not only due to the fact that television and projector manufacturers across the board but also because content providers are hopping on the bandwagon as well.
I still am not certain what the verdict is on glasses-free 3D. Sharp has a few phones coming out with them, but Toshiba has stated that the sales aren’t as good as expected. This doesn’t stop them from showing it off, like they did at a 3D Expo last December.
It would appear that Mitsubishi is doing some interesting things with some Blu-ray players, the 5? WVGA color TFT LCD module, and the HC9000D 3D Home Theater Projector. Now there has been a Mitsubishi display, which is for the desktop and presumably for the home theater, maybe.
Some of you might remember the other day when we reported that Samsung is planning on mass producing some 22-inch panel TVs that are transparent. I don’t think that LG is really stealing a page from the Samsung playbook, but they do have a similar product that is transparent like their 15-inch AMOLED display.
This is something that made an appearance at the CeBIT 2011 show in Hanover from Microsoft Germany. What you are seeing here is the Microsoft Cinema, and it is a 234-inch touchscreen display. Yes, we all know that 234 inches is very big, and this probably wouldn’t fit in most of our homes.