Sharp Electronics will soon launch a 32-inch 4K touch screen monitor. The company will also ensure compatibility with OS X as well. So, if you are craving for a 4K Thunderbolt display from Apple, your wait may not be too long. However, it will not come cheap. Built using Sharp’s IGZO display technology, the monitor may cost at least $5000 a piece in the US.
LG recently confirmed that the company will start mass producing the world’s first true “bendable” and “unbreakable” OLED panel. This 6-inch light-weight panel (7.2 grams) will soon be introduced in smartphones and other devices. The OLED panel is built on plastic substrates instead of glass.
Samsung recently launched two tablets, the high-end 13.3-inch convertible Ativ Q and the smaller 10.1-inch Ativ Tab 3, at a press event in London. The Ativ Q (13.3-inch) will be powered by Intel Haswell Core i5 CPU and will feature 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a 128GB SSD.
Korean giant, Samsung Electronics, has officially announced the Galaxy S4 zoom. Basically, a combination of the Galaxy S4 mini and a 16MP point and shoot camera, the Galaxy S4 zoom features a 10X optical zoom, a decent 4.3-inch qHD display, a 1.5 Ghz dual-core CPU, a 1.5GB RAM and a 8GB internal storage (expandable via microSD).
The new HTC One has been launched…finally! The beautifully built smartphone, featuring a stunning 4.7 inch 1080p display at 468 ppi, is nothing but spectacular. With an excellent build quality, powered by a 1.7 Ghz quad core processor, the One will be available through AT&T, Sprint and T-mobile in the US. No luck for Verizon customers though.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 sets a new benchmark for smartphones. Although, at first glance it will seem to be an exact copy of the Galaxy S3, it does have major differences spec-wise. The screen is now bigger at 5 inches, that also has a much higher resolution at 1920×1080 (full HD). It also features a higher battery capacity at 2,600mAh and is powered by a 1.9GHz quad-core processor.
If you thought Samsung’s 5.5 inch Galaxy Note II is the biggest smartphone the company will every make, then think again. Here comes the Galaxy Mega. Dominated by a massive 6.3 inch screen, Samsung’s biggest smartphone makes others look like ants! The Android-powered Galaxy Mega will roll out in Europe in May this year.
Puzzle Keyboard is a keyboard that tries to break off from the usual way of arrangement of keys giving users a chance to customize as per their preference. So instead of QWERTY, you could go ABCDEF!