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4K UHD TVs Won’t Be Useful For Another Year Say Analysts

According to a Digitimes report analysts believe that 4K TVs, like the 4K Seiko TV pictured above, will not be useful for at least another year. The 4K resolution of 3840 by 2160 gives unprecedented picture…

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Sony Announce Mammoth 6.4 Inch Xperia Z Ultra Smartphone

Sony’s Xperia Z smartphone has been hugely popular in the android smartphone market thanks to its fancy 1080p screen, high performance hardware and waterproof design. Today Sony have taken the Xperia Z to the next level…

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Computex: MSI Display Core i7 Powered S20 “Slider” Ultrabook

Alongside MSI’s two Primo tablets it displayed its Core i7 S20 Slider Ultrabook. This device features a multi-angled slide screen with an attached keyboard. This allows you to choose between either a tablet or an ultrabook.…

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Rumour: Nokia Developing 6 Inch “Phablet” To Rival Samsung Galaxy Mega

Samsung launched two rather large phablets (phone + tablet) a month ago, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3. Samsung are one of very few companies to offer up such large phablet devices to consumers and…

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Intel Dual Core Lenovo Ideaphone K900 Coming May 6th

Lenovo unveiled the Ideaphone K900 way back at CES 2013 in January and it was said to be the first Intel “Clover Trail” powered smartphone on the market. The device is now ready to be sold…

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AOC unveils 29 inch IPS UWHD 2560 x 1080 Display

We’ve been seeing display manufacturers struggling to take the PC market forward from 1920 by 1080 displays over the past few years. Making the transition from 1920 by 1080 to 2560 by 1440, or 1920 by…

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The Highly Anticipated Samsung Galaxy S IV is pictured

Samsung’s Galaxy S IV will replace the incredibly successful Galaxy S III and offer a whole bunch of hardware upgrades to make the user experience even better. The main attraction of the upgrade will be the…

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VESA introduces newer DisplayPort standard to provide 1080p 3D @ 60Hz/4K UHD @ 30Hz

The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA for short) has recently updated their standard to provide a higher resolution on their DisplayPort Dual-mode standard. The new standard is expected to be available to consumer later this year on personal…