Created by industrial designer Jang Junyoung, this transparent OLED display was designed to blend perfectly into its surroundings. Its minimalistic design keeps things simple, while the circuitry is concealed within the television's stand to ensure that things don't ever get too jumbled. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Why stop at a single notch, when you could have two? Introducing the ZTE Iceberg. This device has a notch on both the top and bottom of its edge-to-edge display. The latter is actually the phone's front-facing speaker, while the top contains a selfie camera, an ambient light sensor, and the earpiece for phone calls. Continue reading for a picture of the full smartphone and more information.
There's curved displays, flexible displays, and in the near future, transparent displays. Meet the Google Pixel 3 XL. This smartphone concept would use the latter, or to be more specific, it combines a traditional panel with a transparent panel into one display, complete with a fingerprint reader built into it. Other features include: a Snapdragon 85X CPU, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
For those who don't know, the Apple Studio Display is a series of LCD and CRT displays manufactured and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. from 1998 to 2004. In May 2001 Apple released a 17" Studio Display similar to the three-legged, clear plastic, ADC 15" model but with a 1280x1024 native resolution. In January 2003, a similar 20" model was introduced, but it was designated a Cinema Display, not a Studio Display. Apple discontinued both of these in June 2004 in favor of new models with aluminum frames. This 20th Anniversary Edition Studio Display features an all-metal body, curved design, and an ultra thin bezel. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Available in 144" or 201" models, the C Seed Supermarine is the world's largest outdoor TV. Not just limited to your home, you'll also be able to set it up on the deck of a superyacht or boat as part of a high-end theater system, complete with a Dolby surround audio system. The sets utilize a series of LED panels paired with a hydraulic drive system to take up just 31 inches of space below deck when not in use. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Samsung has just unveiled its 2018 lineup of high-end QLED TVs (Q6F, Q7F, Q8C, Q9F), complete with virtual assistant Bixby and a SmartThings dashboard that enables homeowners to adjust compatible lights, fridge settings, air conditioning, etc., all from their display. However, the coolest feature might just be "Ambient Mode," which displays a wall pattern onto the screen, making the screen nearly invisible at first glance. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.
It's only a matter of time before flexible OLED displays become mainstream and are used in consumer electronic devices, like smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Wing is one possible concept showing how the latter would look. Featuring a clamshell mode (folded) and media mode (unfolded), along with a dual rear camera. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The space helmet-inspired JVC Videosphere just might be the strangest CRT television ever. It made its debut in 1970 and was sold up until the early-1980s. In addition to the white, red, black and orange colors, buyers could also opt for an alarm clock base. Due to its sci-fi look, a red model appear as a background prop in the 1999 film The Matrix, though they have appeared in sci-fi films since the early 70s. Continue reading for another video and more information.
LG's 65UJ6300 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV is built for optimal streaming performance, and it's being offered for just $689.90 shipped, today only, originally $1399.99. The webOS 3.5 Smart TV interface brings together all of the most popular streaming video apps, including Netflix, brought to life in 4K, HDR or enhanced with HDR Effect. Get 100 free IP channels including Got Talent Global, Outside TV Shorts, Just for Laughs, and more integrated right into the television. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information.
Slidenjoy has been working on "Le Slide" for years, but at CES 2018, they have finally revealed a working prototype. Simply put, this contraption consists of two IPS screens that can be attached to the back of a laptop, and then folded out to provide extra screen real estate while on the go, complete with 180° of maneuverability. Users can connect it either via USB C, 3, or 2, but the latter requires two ports to function correctly. Continue reading for another video and more information.