Samsung has unveiled a new TV that looks like a painting, or a picture frame complete with wooden borders, at first, but it's actually a 4K Ultra HD display. The display can function in "Art Mode" when it's not used for watching TV, which makes it a decorative piece rather than an eyesore. The wooden frame is also interchangeable with other designs to match your decor, so you'll be able to keep things fresh. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Priced at $539K, the C-Seed 262 is touted as the world's 4K widescreen TV. Featuring a 4K native resolution, black LED technology for improved contrast and 800 nits of brightness, an integrated 4K media server, 10 built-in speakers, and a motorized fabric cover that not only protects the display, but also looks like a large painting. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Acer's GN246HL Bbid 24" 3D Gaming Display not only has a 1ms response time, but a blazing 144Hz refresh as well, all for $182.99 shipped. The 100 Million:1 contrast ratio radiates the brightest whites and deepest blacks giving you a crystal-clear viewing experience of all your content. NVIDIA 3D Lightboost provide immersive 3D imagery that's twice as bright as other solutions. With advanced active shutter 3D technology, the Acer 3D experience is ideal for home entertainment, and multiple pairs of glasses can be used simultaneously for shared enjoyment. Product page. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Sony's metal "Xperia Touch" box may not look special, but underneath, you'll find an LCoS laser projector with auto focus. These parts are used to turn just about any flat surface into a 23-inch display, complete with 10-point multitouch, running Android. It also boasts a proximity sensor, which can be set to automatically turn on the device when someone nears. Plus, it features a 13-megapixel camera, two-way stereo speakers, USB-C, HDMI Type-D, NFC and Bluetooth connectivity. At the heart of it all is a 1.6GHz Snapdragon 650 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. One caveat: it's set to retail at $1,588. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining why planes don't fly faster.
Why bother with ultra slim or curved displays, when you could have on that seamlessly blends in with its surroundings? Introducing the HTD -01 Concept. Combining both transparency and holography technologies, an LED projector integrated directly into the stand beams images onto a 4mm transparent acrylic display. When switched off, the translucent material reveals whatever is placed behind it. Continue reading for more pictures.
Featuring a frameless design, the Xiaomi Mi TV 4, complete with Dolby Atmos audio technology, measures just 4.9mm at its thinnest point,and is claimed to be 30% thinner than the iPhone 7. It comes in 49, 55, and 65-inch variants, and the cool factor doesn't stop there, as the television is modular, meaning users are able to swap out the motherboard and other internals when they want to upgrade. This display comes bundled with the company's Mi TV Bar, which integrates 10 speakers, 2 wireless rear satellite speakers, and a subwoofer. Official pricing hasn't been announced yet, but Hugo Barra, Global VP at Xiaomi, claims it will be priced "well under" $2,000. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of someone crushing a Nokia 3310 with a red hot hydraulic press.
Artists rejoice! The Dell Canvas lets you upgrade from the iPad Pro to a giant 27-inch (2,560x1,440 resolution) touchscreen display. Plus, the pen display uses Wacom EMR technology and will ship with a Wacom driver. At $1800, it's "the world's first horizontal smart workspace of its kind with touch, totem and pen capabilities," said the company. A magnetic strip ensures you don't lose stylus, while a puck-like controller pulls up a circular menu that can be used for controlling Windows when placed on the screen. Continue reading for another video and more information. Click here for a few bonus images.
Hisense's 43" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV can also be used as a regular PC display, and it's being offered for only $349.99 shipped, today only, originally $399.99. With 4x more pixels (8.3 million) compared to standard high-definition TVs, the Hisense H7 series gives you vivid colors, sharp lines, and bold contrast in every picture. 'One-touch' hot keys, meanwhile, give you fast access to your favorite movies and shows. Featuring award-winning sound integrated from dbx-tv and 24 built-in apps, this 4K TV provides the ultimate viewing experience. Product page. Continue reading for an unboxing video and more information.
There are normal gaming displays, and then Samsung's Quantum Dot Curved Monitor, which utilizes quantum dot technology to cover more than 125% of the sRGB spectrum. That's not all, in addition to the view-enhancing properties, this 31.5-inch monitor has a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440, and a sleek white chassis that minimizes the bezel, while hiding the cords neatly in the neck. For those who just don't have the space for a larger display, you can pick up the 27-inch model. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how to make your own blizzard in a bottle.
In addition to wireless charging, the iPhone 8 is rumored to offer edge-to-edge OLED displays in both 5-inch and 5.8-inch sizes. Of course the next-generation handset will also boast upgraded cameras, a much faster processor and a new version of iOS to take full advantage of all the new hardware. Continue reading for two more pictures and information.