Vol 22 - Issue 14


LDM Product Roundup – Vol 22 14

by Tom Allen

BenQ‘s BL2420PT LCD monitor (BenQ Booth Highlights B2B Push) will be available in Europe this month, for €335. Celluon is now selling two new DLP pico projectors: the wireless PicoAir and more premium PicoPro. …

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NLT’s Procap Touch Supports Gloved Operation

by Tom Allen

Content available to subscribers only. NLT Technologies has developed a new type of procap touch technology; a sensor and module combination are able to detect touches even when the screen is wet or the …

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TCL’s Roku TVs Start at $220

by Tom Allen

Three new TV ranges, which will be introduced over the coming months, have been announced for the US market by TCL. The S3700, S3800 and S3850 TVs will be Roku models, with UltraHD TVs …

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Northamber Adds Prestigio

by Helen Vince

In the UK, Northamber is now offering mobile products, electronics and accessories from Prestigio. Northamber has also said it wants to expand its presence in the independent retail, online and high street market.

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Wistron to Manufacture iPhone 6C

by Tom Allen

The iPhone 6C (Three iPhone Models Claimed for 2015 Release) will be made by Wistron, say Asian sources. The phone will be released in the second half of 2015; it will have a 4″ …

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Lenovo Splits Mobile Unit by Brand

by Helen Vince

Following the completion of the integration of Motorola Mobility (Lenovo Realigns Businesses Following Mergers), Lenovo Group has split its mobile business by brand. Vice president Zhang Hui will be responsible for global sales of …

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Getac Expects Growth Above Rugged PC Trend

by Tom Allen

James Hwang, chairman of rugged PC vendor Getac, has said that YoY shipment growth is expected to reach 15% this year. The rugged PC market’s average growth is between 5% and 10%. Getac recently …

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Digitimes Forecasts Samsung Over Apple in 2015

by Steve Sechrist

Apple consistently out performed sales estimates of its iPhones but Digitimes is convinced Samsung will stay on top of the Smartphone heap The research arm of Digitimes (D-T) has released a prediction that flatly …

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Are Displays Becoming a Differentiator for Automobiles?

by Norbert Hildebrand

In recent years, automobiles have edged their way into the consumer electronics world. While automotive applications such as car stereos and media players have always been part of the electronics industry, car brands are …

Tags:Automotive| LCD displays| OLEDs| Vol 22 - Issue 14

And Finally… – Vol 22 No 14

by Tom Allen

A man has fixed his dead laptop by baking it in an oven. Sean Buckley, writing for Gizmodo, fixed his device following a recipe from the world’s greatest cookbook: the internet. The actual problem …

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Display Solutions Utilises PSD Touch Technology

by Tom Allen

UK-based Display Solutions has developed a new 42″ touch display. Supporting up to 10 touch points, the DT-S42FD uses Planar Scatter Detection technology, registering touches from gloved hands. (that sounds very much like the …

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