Qualcomm resurrects Mirasol reflective displays with new 576 ppi smartphone panel
Qualcomm resurrects Mirasol reflective displays with new 576 ppi smartphone panel
                           

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This is cool: Qualcomm shows off its Mirasol display

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Engadget There have been rumors of Qualcomm's MEMS-based Mirasol display for years now. Once advertised as the "future" of e-reader displays, the company is now showcasing its proofs-of-concept. Engadget snagged a preview of both a 5.2-inch panel display with a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution and 577 ppi embedded into the...
This is cool: Qualcomm shows off its Mirasol display
Laptop Week Review: The 13-Inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display

Samsung's 13.3-inch 3,200 x 1,800 LCD ships in Q3, we go eyes-on at SID (video)

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So, it's not the full laptop setup we were kinda-sorta expecting based on Samsung's announcement yesterday, but the Korean company's 13.3-inch 3,200 x 1,800 panel -- with a whopping 275 ppi -- is still plenty impressive on its own. Though the prototype was connected to a desktop PC rather...
Samsung's 13.3-inch 3,200 x 1,800 LCD ships in Q3, we go eyes-on at SID (video)

Kyocera Hydro Xtrm and Hydro Edge hands-on

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Kyocera kitted us out with toques, touch-sensitive gloves and giant black faux fur coats -- well, our Brad chose white -- and led us all into a bar made entirely of ice in to launch its new sets at CTIA 2013. Kyocera, playing off the tough-guy thing had the...
Kyocera Hydro Xtrm and Hydro Edge hands-on

Bear Grylls-types rejoice: "Rugged" Galaxy S 4 images leak

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GSM Arena Late last month, we heard rumblings that Samsung planned to launch a water- and dustproof version of its Galaxy S 4 smartphone. The Wall Street Journal reported that this handset would be called the Galaxy S 4 Active, and now images of it have apparently been leaked. Though...
Bear Grylls-types rejoice: "Rugged" Galaxy S 4 images leak
Samsung and Sharp Introduce New Ultra-High-Resolution Notebook Displays

Samsung readies world's most pixel-packed laptop display

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Retina who? Not to be outdone on the display front, Samsung is showing off a 13.3-inch LCD notebook panel with a whopping 3200-by-1800 resolution screen. Samsung Display will showcase the high-resolution screen during Display Week 2013 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Samsung's panel has a pixel density of 276 pixels...
Samsung readies world's most pixel-packed laptop display
Samsung beats Chromebook Pixel and Retina MacBook with new high-res laptop display

Sony's ultra-thin 10.1" Xperia Tablet Z is now available to buy worldwide from $499.99

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Sony announced today that the Xperia Tablet Z, a flagship Android slate influenced by the smartphone that shares the same name, is launching today worldwide. The device is now available “across the globe” through Sony’s various retail and operators, as well as numerous online channels. The launch is timely because...
Sony's ultra-thin 10.1" Xperia Tablet Z is now available to buy worldwide from $499.99
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