Vol 25 - Issue 40


miniLED and Cinema

by Bob Raikes

Last week, I wrote a couple of articles about miniLED and microLED. () At the time, I was working on the concept that the only difference between the categories was the size of the …

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IHS Webinar on Manufacturing and Investment

by Bob Raikes

Respected analyst, Charles Annis of IHS, is giving a webinar Monday, October 22 at 9:00 am PT / 12:00 am ET on the topic of FPD Manufacturing Technology & Investment Trends. The webinar will …

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LDM Product Roundup Vol 25 #40

by Bob Raikes

Atlantic Devices has released ‘generation 3’ of its ‘e-blackboard’. The unit embeds an LCD embedded in a traditional blackboard and is intended for education use. The centre display supports PCap touch with FullHD (70″/400 …

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Christie Laser Projector has 40K Lumens

by Bob Raikes

Christie has announced the D4K40-RGB, a new RGB laser projector with 40,000 Ansi lumens of output and 5,000:1 on/off contrast and based around a three 1.38″ DLP DCI 4K chips. The life of the …

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Update on Broadcast Content via IP

by Matthew Brennesholtz

On October 15th, The New York chapter of SMPTE hosted Matthew Goldman who gave a talk titled, in part, “Broadcast Migration to IP [Internet Protocol]” Goldman is the current President of SMPTE and his …

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DxOMark Publishes Results of LG G7 ThinQ Camera Analysis

by Andrew Fenn

DxOMark has just published the results of its in-depth analysis of the LG G7 ThinQ smartphone camera. The handset features a dual-camera setup with an optically stabilised 16MP main camera with a f/1.6 lens …

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4KUniverse Launches on Hotbird over EMEA

by Andrew Fenn

At MIPCOM 2018, 4KUniverse, a 24-hour Ultra HD and HDR general entertainment TV channel, confirmed it will be launching on the Hotbird video neighbourhood on November 1st. Once positioned on Hotbird, the channel will …

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Dell’s Gigundous* 49″ Ultrasharp Monitor

by Jon Peddie

Dell may have just killed the multimonitor market, well, at least, put a big dent in it. The U49 will put 7.4 megapixels in your face, and you’ll like it The company has just …

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Roku to Resume Sales of Devices in Mexico

by Andrew Fenn

Roku will resume sales of its devices in Mexico in the coming weeks, following a favourable ruling from the 11th Collegiate Court in Mexico City. Roku General Counsel Stephen Kay commented: “Today’s decision is …

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Huawei Announces Global Launch of Four New AMOLED Devices

by Andrew Fenn

Huawei has launched two new smartphones and two wearables, all with AMOLED displays. First, the Mate 20 X smartphone features a 7.2″ display with a small notch and HDR10, a resolution of 1080 × …

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South Korean Government Announces OLED R&D Plan

by Andrew Fenn

The South Korean government will invest a total of 528 billion Korean won (about $468 million) in a seven-year project to launch an OLED research and development centre and a four-story OLED manufacturing facility …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 25 - Issue 40

Gartner: Global IT Device Spending to Grow 2.4% in 2019

by Andrew Fenn

Worldwide IT spending for devices — PCs, tablets and mobile phones — is forecast to grow 2.4% in 2019, reaching $706 billion, up from $689 billion in 2018, according to Gartner. Demand for PCs …

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