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ceatec japan

Sharp begins production of 1080p display for smartphones: 443 ppi crammed into a 5-inch LCD

www.engadget.com
Layoffs and loans may be dominating our Sharp coverage at the moment, but that just makes this type of news all the sweeter. The company has announced its LCD panel type 5 -- a 5-inch full HD (1,920 x 1,080) display packing a Retina-busting 443 ppi (just trumping LG's...
Sharp begins production of 1080p display for smartphones: 443 ppi crammed into a 5-inch LCD

CEATEC 2012 wrap-up: concept cars, eye-tracking tech and motion sensors galore

www.engadget.com
CEATEC, Japan's largest annual electronics show, is winding down here on the outskirts of Tokyo. We've spent the past two days scouring the halls of the Makuhari Messe, digging up no shortage of concept cars, eye-tracking technologies and even the odd Windows 8 device. The star of the show...
CEATEC 2012 wrap-up: concept cars, eye-tracking tech and motion sensors galore

In a smartphone world, everything is an accessory

www.techhive.com
In the race to create slicker products, mobile phones are the new brains for hire. At Ceatec, Japan's largest electronics show, the booths are packed with the latest round of "smart" products, from cars that suggest what you should eat to fitness scales that tell you what not to....
In a smartphone world, everything is an accessory

Sharp is bringing full-HD LCD viewing to the masses with new 5-inch mobile displays

thenextweb.com
Sharp is doing its part to bridge the gap between big screen technology and mobile devices after it revealed that it has begun producing 5-inch full-HD LCD panels that it says bring the pixel density of a full HD-LCD TV to smartphone screens. The 1,080 by 1,920 pixel panels generate...
Sharp is bringing full-HD LCD viewing to the masses with new 5-inch mobile displays

Fujitsu to make waterproof Windows 8 tablet

www.pcworld.com
Taking your tablet poolside might give you the willies. After all, it's okay if you get splashed, but can your tablet withstand a dunking as well? Computer maker Fujitsu may have a solution. Fujitsu unveiled a Windows 8 version of its waterproof Arrows tablet at CEATEC, Japan's largest electronics...
Fujitsu to make waterproof Windows 8 tablet
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