Samsung’s UH750 28″ QLED 4K Display blends quantum dots with 1 billion shades of color to present images vividly and accurately, all for $349 shipped, today only, originally $499.99. Samsung’s Picture-by-Picture capabilities let you connect to two different devices at the same time while still maintaining the original image quality. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Whether Samsung’s new foldable phone will be called the Galaxy X or Galaxy F, nobody really knows yet, but one thing’s for sure, at least one device with the company’s new Infinity Flex Display is coming. If you missed the official unveiling, this foldable smartphone will automatically transfer the screen’s contents in the folded-up “closed” position to the “open” position. Read more for additional pictures and information.
ViewSonic’s XG2700-4K 27″ 60Hz 4K Gaming Monitor with FreeSync delivers stunning definition and color for highly immersive gameplay with 3840×2160 resolution, all for $349.99 shipped, today only, originally $529.99. This incredible alchemy of detail and color are fully realized with VESA Adaptive-Sync technology, a combination that delivers tear-free, picture-perfect gaming every time. A fast 5ms response time and low input lag also provides smooth screen performance free from blurring or ghosting. Product page. Read more for another video and additional information.
Samsung’s Justin Denison unveiled the company’s prototype folding smartphone at the developer conference yesterday, and despite being heavily disguised, it was easy to see that the device could open to reveal a 7.3-inch display, perfect for entertainment options. This was made possible due to an Infinity Flex Display that folds from a 5-inch LCD to a 7.3-inch flexible OLED panel. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Samsung officially unveiled its “Infinity Flex Display” today on a smartphone-like device that can be unfolded. The device itself was housed in a larger case to “obscure the form factor,” but as you can see, there’s a standard outer display on the front, but when unfolded, a large 7.3″ display on the inside is revealed. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
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TCL’s 49S405 49″ 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV could be the best in its class at this price point, and you can pick one up for just $339.99 shipped, today only, originally $479.99. Transform your smartphone or tablet into a full-function Roku remote with voice control, the ability to browse and add new channels, even listen to TV audio on headphones connected to your mobile device. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on video review and more information.
There have been rumors of Samsung releasing a foldable smartphone for years, but even before Mobile World Congress rolls around, Royole Corporation has unveiled an actual prototype of such a device, called FlexPai. This tablet-sized phone can be folded into a book-sized package, but unfortunately, this iteration cannot yet fold flat. Continue reading to see a video of it in-action.
We have seen the future of car interiors, and they will have 3D touch surface displays. Created by Finnish company Canatu and co-developed by Continental AG, these displays will be a part of their 3D Touch Cockpit system, or in other words, the world’s first display with a 3D touch surface combining unique visual appearances with a new operating concept enabled by stretchable Canatu CNB films / sensors. The surface features active haptic feedback and force sensing, as well as topographical elements that guide the fingers, enabling vision-impaired operability and greater driver safety. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures and information.
Think of “One-Step” as a smart watch that can’t be worn. Featuring an AMOLED touchscreen that not only doubles as a fingerprint scanner, but allows users to easily scroll through its contents. Or, you can simply give it a shake to view photo slideshows or a list of documents. To save precious time, just select what you want to view using the OLED screen before plugging it into a computer, printer, etc. Continue reading for more pictures.
How about a projector that can be setup anywhere without requiring a separate screen or wall? Introducing “Ray,” a futuristic projector that uses beams of light to directly project images in mid-air, whether it be a television series or the latest blockbuster movie. To keep things simple, there are speakers integrated directly into the bar itself. Continue reading for more pictures.