Vol 25 - Issue 37


High-end TVs Shoot it Out in Scarsdale

by Ken Werner

Last Sunday (September 23rd), Value Electronics (VE) held the TV shoot-out it began in 2007. Normally, the shoot-out is attached to a technology show in New York, but it was held this year at …

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LG Display’s OLEDs to Become Profitable in 2018 Q3

by Andrew Fenn

Anonymous industry sources recently told ET News that LG Display is looking at a profitable third quarter of 2018 for its OLED business, the publication reports. LG raised its prices in the second quarter …

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Mitsubishi Has Wide LCD Module

by Bob Raikes

Mitsubishi Electric has released a 12.3″ wide HD colour TFT-LCD module for industrial applications including medical equipment and machine tools. The 1920 x 720 (16:6/8:3 aspect) IPS LCD has 1,600 cd/m² and contrast of …

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IHS Markit: iPhone XS Max Costs Apple $20 More Than iPhone X

by Andrew Fenn

The teardowns and cost benchmarking team at IHS Markit has completed its preliminary physical review of the new Apple iPhone XS Max. The A1921 model of the smartphone sold in North America comes with …

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Foxconn Remains Top TV OEM

by Bob Raikes

Sigmaintell reported in Augusts that shipments of TVs by global TV OEMs increased by 6.1% on an annual basis and up 8.1% on the July result. The increase in demand was largely because of …

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Secondary Supplier to Begin Mass Production of Apple Watch Series 4

by Andrew Fenn

Supply chain sources in Taiwan have revealed that Compal Electronics will begin mass production of the Apple Watch Series 4 in November, as main supplier Quanta Computer is now at full capacity at its …

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Optoma Projector is for Installation

by Bob Raikes

Optoma has a new 8,000 lumens (7,500 Ansi) projector with 1920 x 1200 WUXGA resolution and intended for simulation, live events, museums, visitor centres and other complex installations. The ZU750 projector is based on …

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Chassis Plans Has Bi-Fold LCD Displays for Racks

by Bob Raikes

Chassis Plans of San Diego, Ca, USA, has introduced a new double 24″, side-by-side rugged display that can fold into a 2U 19″ rack. The company said that the displays are being used by …

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Match Event Invests in ROE Visual LED Equipment

by Andrew Fenn

Match Event, a French audiovisual supplier, has invested heavily in ROE Visual LED panels. The company has bought over 400 of ROE’s Black Pearl LED displays, and aims to position itself as a major …

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SquareTrade Tests Show Latest iPhones Are Susceptible to Drops

by Andrew Fenn

The iPhone XS and XS Max, the latest devices from Apple, claim they feature the largest, most durable screens of any iPhone — and even have beer-resistant qualities. SquareTrade, an Allstate company and protection …

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CinemaNext Equips France’s National Centre of Cinematography

by Andrew Fenn

CinemaNext, a European specialist in cinema exhibitor services has completed the installation of three new auditoria at the CNC’s (France’s National Centre of Cinematography and Moving Image) headquarters in Paris. The site has been …

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R.I.P For Home Theater Projectors?

by Pete Putman

Recent trends in large flat screen displays have me wondering if we are seeing the beginning of the end for home theater front projection. (We are already seeing pressure on front projection for commercial …

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