Tagged: LCD display

LG develops high-quality smartphone display that consumes less power

LG display technology

LG is looking to create a niche for itself in the smartphone market with new technology for the displays of these mobile devices. LG have announced a Quad High Definition (QHD) LCD panel for smartphones that is going to stiffen the competition in high-end of the spectrum. LG claims that this new display technology will be huge leap in features like color gamut, brightness, contrast ratio, touch function, power consumption and thinness. The 5.5-inch QHD LCD panel loaded with IPS technology will be used in upcoming LG phones slated to be released by the end of this month.
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Hybrid BMW i8 will have futuristic key fob with hi-res display

BMW i8 smart key fob

Many of you auto-enthusiasts may have already been smitten by the BMW i8, the German automaker’s upcoming plug-in hybrid car for 2014. And, now to fuel your desire of owning one, we have come across what is reportedly a specialized key fob for the futuristic looking automobile. Exhibiting the very same design DNA of the original car, the key fob will comprise of its very own high resolution LCD display. The integrated screen will show various electric credentials of the BMW i8, including the charge level of the battery, the related charge time and the overall range (on a single charge) of the vehicle. This will be accompanied by conventional fob buttons for opening/closing the door and popping open the truck space.

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Garmin Tactix GPS watch also caters to covert operations

Garmin Tactix GPS watch

Garmin has previously impressed us with their range of GPS watches, with state-of-the-art collections catering to marine enthusiasts and motorcycle aficionados. However, this time around things take a more boisterous turn with the unveiling of the Garmin Tactix, a ‘high-sensitivity GPS navigator and ABC watch’ contrived to the requirements of law enforcement and special operations. Touted as a field-ready wristwatch, the conception features a host of apt technologies, including – altimeter, barometer, 3-axis compass a battery back-up of 50 hours. All of these are accompanied by precise navigation and tracking capabilities, pre-loaded tide data (for US), Jumpmaster software and the robust ability to function under 50 m depth of water.

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