Lenovo hasn’t been known for the quality of the display panels they put in their product lines. Ever since the Chinese PC maker took over IBM’s computer business, those ThinkPad laptop haven’t been a favourite to serious professional photographers, due to poor contrast and brightness and low color fidelity. It’s certainly surprise to hear Lenovo announced a professional 30-inch LCD display which will cover 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut, which is a color space good for desktop publishing and digital printing. The new ThinkVision LT3053p display has so far only been made in Japan. The display sports a resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels, promising crisp images and create a lot of area for photo and video editing. The monitor will start shipping from April 11, 2013 at a retail price of $1599 in the US. There is currently no information about the availability for other market region.
To survive in the fierce competition of Chinese mobile market, the phone makers in China are trying to imitate everything from Apple. We have attended Meizu MX2 launch party in Beijing, which was considered to be another equivalent to Apple’s keynote event. Previously, we remembered CNN has mentioned that Meizu was formerly the coveted smartphone brand in China, but that mantle has passed on to Xiaomi which — like Apple — masterfully markets its technology like a lifestyle. But now we believe Meizu has strike back, which proved they can host a better Apple keynote knockoff in China. After having a preview video of Meizu MX2, we’ve made another video to take you through the magnificent Meizu MX2 launch event inside Beijing WaterCube. Meanwhile, we will look at Meizu MX2 in more details and how Meizu gives Xiaomi a big punch.
We spotted some international anime character’s mock-ups including Pokémon’s Pikachu, Naruto, Snow White and Avatar, in an animation festival held in China earlier this month. Guess what? Pikachu has became a creepy yellowish monster; Snow White became a white lady with cock eye; Spider-man wore white sneakers. Photos after the jump.
China-based Oppo will soon be releasing new handset with a interesting specification. After the launched of the world’s thinnest smartphone Oppo Finder, the company is preparing a 5-inch phablet device with a 1920 x 1080 pixels display, and an amazing 441ppi pixel density, which is higher than anything else on the market (iPhone 4S’ retina display has only 326ppi). It also comes with a quad core S4 Pro processor and Jelly Bean on board. The device is a prototype for now, there is still no word on when it will be released. The super display use for Oppo Find 5 might be the closer we can get to achieve paper-like LCD. Who is the screen supplier for Oppo company ? Two more pics (simulated) after the jump.
A young Chinese man rented a huge LED billboard outside the Beijing West Railway Station for playing video games just to show how big he could make the experience. The man had felt bad as a result of his girlfriend looking down on him for not being able to accomplish anything. To show his girlfriend that he was not just an ordinary guy and he could make an impression to the world, he rented a LED billboard and plugged his laptop into it, and played a 3D car racing game (Need for Speed ? ) for half an hour on the huge display, while passer-by gazed in amazement …
Viewsonic, the well-known display products company which rooted in Taiwan, has taken the stage and unveiled what is arguably the world’s first 22-inch commercial monitor tablet that runs on Google’s latest operating system – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The new VCD22 is powered with a dual-core TI OMAP 4428 CPU runs at 1-GHz clock speed. This Android running monitor tablet boasts of having a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and features a capacitive touchscreen that supports two-point touch. It has 8GB eMMC internal storage and 1GB RAM, the device also has a 1.2-MP front-facing cam, WIFI, Ethernet, Bluetooth, HDMI and SD card slots. The giant tablet will sell for $479 (3048 yuan) …
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