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3M Ethernet-powered TV ditches conventional plug

3M Ethernet-powered TV ditches conventional plug

By 16 June 2011

3M, the company behind everything from post-it notes to scotch tape, has created an Ethernet-powered TV for those short of power sockets around the home, office or anywhere you happen to be.  On the surface, you might think that it’s a strange thing... >>

Transparent monitors are the next big thing

Transparent monitors are the next big thing

By 16 June 2011

Last year, we couldn't move without bumping into one 3D display or another. From CES to IFA to the Display Taiwan exhibition, every Tom, Jack and Harry had a 3D stereoscopic monitor of some sort, glasses or glasses-less. However, a new trend has emerged... >>

Multi-touch remote controls and keypads coming from Elan

Multi-touch remote controls and keypads coming from Elan

By 9 June 2010

Ever felt that the old fashioned remote control just doesn’t cut it anymore? We've seen an interesting solution from a Taiwanese company, Elan, that is a multi-touch device which can be used as a remote control, a keyboard, and a gamepad.  Multi-touch... >>

Display Taiwan goes bonkers over 3D TVs without the spex

Display Taiwan goes bonkers over 3D TVs without the spex

By 9 June 2010

There’s no doubt that 3D is en vogue at the moment, but it's still unsure whether consumers are willing to invest in the hardware required or not. There’s also the problem of buying into a standard which requires specific types of 3D-spex for the... >>

3M first with USB 3.0 monitor

3M first with USB 3.0 monitor

By 9 June 2010

3M has unveiled its new monitor technology, and it's one of the first USB 3.0 products we’ve seen that isn’t storage related. It doesn’t just get its display signal via the new standard, but also draws its power from it.  The 3M demo unit is only... >>


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