Vizio intros lineup of more affordable 4K TVs

Vizio intros lineup of more affordable 4K TVsToday 4K isn’t exactly a household technology around the world at the moment, but it is slowly working on that. The reason is because most 4K televisions cost more than what most people are willing to spend on a new set. That makes it harder for this technology to get into people’s homes.

However, there are companies out there who want to make this technology more affordable. Like Vizio. The company has announced its 2015 lineup of affordable 4K televisions, which start at just $600. That’s less than what you’ll pay for a full HD LED TV from companies like Sony and Samsung. This should help people get these sets in the home.
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Xiaomi Mi TV2 40 Inch Android TV Announced

xiaomi tv

Xiaomi has announced the launch of their new Xiaomi Mi TV2 which is a 40 inch Android powered TV that will retail for around $320.

The Xiaomi Mi TV2 comes with a full HD display and features a quad core 1.9GHz processor, Mali-450 MP4 4+2-core graphics, 1.5GB DDR3 RAM, 8GB of built in storage and the company’s MIUI TV Android-based OS.

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Adafruit 7 Inch Touchscreen Display Backpack Unveiled For $90

Touchscreen Display Backpack

Anyone who is looking for a small touchscreen display to use with their Raspberry Pi mini PC or any other system or project they may be developing. Might be worth giving the new 7 inch Adafruit Touchscreen Display Backpack TFP401 more investigation.

The new TFP401 addition to the range of Adafruit touchscreen displays is available with or without touchscreen functionality and provides a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and comes complete with an HDMI connection.
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Philips 19DP6QJNS Dual Screen Monitor Launches For $418

Philips 19DP6QJNS

Philips has this week launched a very unique new Philips 19DP6QJNS Brilliance Two-in-One LCD monitor that is equipped with dual screens providing users with two 19 inch displays on a single stand.

The latest Philips 19DP6QJNS two-in-one display allows users to adjust the viewing angle of each screen independently and Philips have fitted the new monitor with a 2.5 mm bezel around the edge with operation and menu buttons on the bottom edge.

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New Beta PiTFT Firmware Update Now Offers Raspberry Pi 2 Support

PiTFT Firmware update

Developers and makers that own the awesome Adafruit PiTFT screen that has been specifically designed to be used with the Raspberry Pi mini PC. May be interested to know that a new firmware beta release has been made available to support the latest Raspberry Pi 2 computer.

Adafruit has been hard at work making sure that the PiTFT screen supports the new Raspberry Pi 2 computer as well as improving performance and easier installation on the previous computers launched by the raspberry Foundation.

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New IWear 720 Video Headphones Provide Virtual Reality Viewing

Virtual Reality

This week at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015 taking place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Vuzix has unveiled its new IWear 720 Video Headphones.

The IWear 720 supports any HDMI 2D or 3D video input sources from PCs, game consoles, smartphones, and Blu-ray players to name a few, and is equipped with dual HD Displays and nano optics that provide the equivalent experience of a 130 inch home television from 10 feet away.

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Lenovo Pocket Projector Launches In May For $249

Lenovo Pocket Projector

As well as unveiling their new smartphone camera crossover device in the form of the Lenovo Vibe Shot this week. Lenovo has also unveiled a new pocket projector they have created that can be connected to any compatible Android devices.

The new Lenovo pocket projector is capable of creating an image up to a size of 110 inches on any wall or flat surface in lowlight conditions. Providing users with a 50 lumen high contrast optical engine to create vivid bright and colourful imagery, says Lenovo.

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Beam Smart Projector Screws Directly Into Any Light Socket (video)

Beam Smart Projector

Anyone looking for an innovative way to be able to view media or player applications may be interested in a new smart projector called Beam.

Beam consists of projector hardware that is capable of being screwed into any light socket, offering the ability to project a display either straight down on to a table or onto any flat surface such as a wall or ceiling. Watch the video below to learn more about this different approach to smart projector technology.

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