The VPlay really is a fantastic example of what can be achieved by someone who know his stuff.
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Asus has today released the first-ever DisplayLink certified monitor. The 22-inch monitor, VW223B, uses the DisplayLink DL-160 chipset to connect to computers using USB2.0 and has a native 1680×1050 wide-screen resolution and a 3000:1 contrast ratio.
If you thought that HD TV was the best picture you’re ever going to see, think again. The release of 100/120 Hz Full HD TVs gives you a pretty clear idea that the market is moving again. NXP showed us a chip the Nexperia PNX5100 which really ups the game for HD. Lower down you [...]
There’s more cost than just buying the next kit to receive Digital TV when switch over occurs – there’s the impactions of throwing away all of the old kit.
The world’s biggest plasma screen is coming. Watch your wallet flee for its life.
Get your very own mini-Tony Blair on your desk with this all singing media recorder/player.
Korean giant wants to become the King Kong of the electronics world, with big expansion plans.
Who wants 3D TV? EVERYONE of course. Today Grundig took a step further forward with a live demonstration of a 3D camera and monitor. Those watching were impressed.
Sci-fi fans set to salivate on the subway with onscreen Daleks thanks to mobile video chips.