Vol 21 - Issue 47


Ingram Signs With Acronn

by Raverstead

Ingram Micro is now distributing large-size displays from Acronn in Italy. Acronn is a brand of Eurosell, used for LED displays.

Tags:Distributors| Europe| Ingram Micro| Large Display Monitor| LED| Vol 21 - Issue 47

Canatu’s In-Mold Conductive Film Reaches Production Readiness

by Helen Vince

Display Materials, Components and Manufacturing – (This article is free for all to view) – Canatu (Helsinki, Finland) used the Printed Electronics USA conference to release it latest film, called CNB In-Mold. This film, …

Tags:Canatu| Flexible Displays| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Pcap (Procap)| Vol 21 - Issue 47

CrowdOptic Shows Augmented Reality App for Sharing Video

by Helen Vince

Augmented Reality – CrowdOptic is an app developer that has been focusing on Google Glass. Its augmented reality software allows video sharing between Google Glass and other smartglasses users and at the moment, the app …

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NEG to Build LCD Glass Plant in Xiamen

by Raverstead

Nippon Electric Glass (NEG) is to construct an LCD substrate glass manufacturing facility in China’s Xiamen Torch High-Tech Zone. The new plant will be located next to a plant operated by AU Optronics and …

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No UltraHD Breakthrough Next Year

by Raverstead

OVAB’s Digital Signage Business Climate Index in the DACH countries shows that UltraHD signage is not expected to reach mainstream adoption next year. The ‘vast majority’ of respondents expected that the technology would have …

Tags:4k| Digital Signage| Digital Signage Data| Digital Signage Federation Europe (was OVAB)| Europe| Large Display Monitor| UltraHD| Vol 21 - Issue 47

Second-Gen Motorola Possible for Early 2015

by Raverstead

A second-generation smartwatch from Motorola could be released in early 2015. Gleb Mishin, an executive from Lenovo (new owner of Motorola) hinted at the watch when speaking in Russia recently.

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P-Series Projectors Kept Cool by BenQ

by Raverstead

Three new professional DLP projectors, in BenQ’s Colorific range, are dual-lamp and high-brightness models. The PX9710, PW9620 and PU9730 (Display Monitor Vol 21 No 38) share features and are only differentiated by their resolution; …

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Apple Gearing Up To Enter Iran

by Raverstead

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is meeting with Iranian distributors to discuss the distribution of its iPhone in the country.

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Notebook Vendors Begin Q1 Order Processing

by Raverstead

Notebook vendors have already begun to ask suppliers to start processing orders in December, for Q1’15. According to reports from Asia, the early orders are due to expected labour shortages in Q1.

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Product Roundup Vol 21 Issue 47

by Raverstead

The U3477PQU (Display Monitor Vol 21 No 30), from Acer, will be available in the USA from the 8th December. It will cost $900. The B326HK UltraHD monitor (Display Monitor Vol 21 No 44) …

Tags:Acer| AMOLED| Broadcast Monitors| Desktop Monitors| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Smart TV| sony| UltraHD| Vol 21 - Issue 47

Planar Constructs Tallest Mosaic Wall

by Raverstead

Planar Systems and Brightsign have collaborated to produce the world’s tallest Planar Mosaic architectural videowall. Installed in a new hotel in Miami, Florida, the four-storey wall is located in the lobby but visible from …

Tags:Back Panel| Brightsign| Hospitality Displays| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Planar| Video Walls| Vol 21 - Issue 47

University Re-Polarises Light for More Efficient LCDs

by Raverstead

A polarising filter that lets more light pass through has been developed by engineers at the University of Utah. It could enable LCD display devices that consume less power (as the backlight would not …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LCD displays| Mobile Display Monitor| Polarisers| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 21 - Issue 47