LG reveal high pixels-per-inch 1080p 5-inch screen

LG have just revealed one of the lushest mobile displays the planet has ever seen. A 5-inch display using Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching (AH-IPS) technology for quick response times, improved brightness and wide viewing angles, it has a…

Sony PlayStation 3D display now available in the UK

Sony's PlayStation branded 3D TV has finally made its way to UK shops. Originally meant to land back at the tail end of 2011, the 24-inch TV uses active-shutter 3D "SimulView" technology to allow two gamers to each view a…

AOC 16 inch portable PC monitor is powered by USB alone

AOCs 16 inch monitor doesn't look all that impressive at first glance. A dimunitive TFT screen running at 1366×768 resolution, it doesn't boast the viewing angles of an IPS display, nor the high resolutions. It's strong USP however is that…

VIDEO: Samsung bend minds with flexible AMOLED display

Samsung have been busy at this week's FPD International Expo in Tokyo. If they're not showing off a load of new Samsung Galaxy Tab models, they're flaunting very cool prototypes like this bendy AMOLED display. A 4.5 inch WVGA…

Acer launch S1 Series, world's slimmest LCD monitors

Acer today launch their new range of S1 Series displays, claiming that the 13mm thick monitor in the line is the world's thinnest LCD. Ranging from 13mm to 15 mm thick and coming in 18.5, 21 and 23 inch sizes,…

Video: Sony showcase futuristic "rollable" OLED tech

Now THIS is cool. Sony have released a video showcasing brand new OLED tech. We're used to seeing super-slim OLED screens by now, but how about a screen you can roll-up and store away when not in use? Sony…

iPad 2 already in development? OLED screen planned?

Us Brits may not have even got our hands on the first generation of iPads yet, but it seems like Apple have got version 2.0 in the pipeline, with Eastern sources claiming development has already begun. And if the rumours…

CES 2010: Final Thoughts

The Consumer Electronics show, the behemoth of tech, the Valhalla of gadgetry, has come and gone for yet another year. But this time, rather than arriving with a bang, it slinked into sight with something more like a whimper. CES…