The gScreen G400 laptop has 2 15.4-inch backlit LED screens. It comes equipped with Windows Vista/XP Pro, an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz T9600 or P8400 2.26-GHz, 4 to 8 GB of RAM and 160GB to 500GB 7200rpm HD. Add to that NVIDIA Quadro FX 2700M Graphics with 512MB memory or a NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GT with 512MB memory, 6 USB ports as well as VGA, display, RJ-45, audio, and firewire connections. The gScreen will be available February 25, frogs probably not included.
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While you cannot judge a monitor by its photo, we have to give kudos to this one. The Korean company BTC has launched its 22-inch full HD LCD TV monitor. The ZEUS5000 220HD Premium display supports a 25,000:1 contrast ratio, a 1,680 x 1,050 resolution and 300 cd/m² brightness. The display also has a HDMI DVI and D-SUB ports. Contact BTC for more details, pricing and availability.
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We love finding things that do more than light up to put into our USB port. D-link’s Sidestage is such a gadget. The 7-inch LCD monitor with 800x480 resolution is an extension of your PC’s main screen. Use it to IM, watch videos, video conferencing or utilizing tools such as PhotoShop. The monitor is a mere 7 x 4.6 x 3/4-inches and weighs 1.34 lbs, and is compatible with most CRTs and flat panels. Look for price and availability towards the end of the year.
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We expect that it won’t be long before all computers have touchscreens, but if you cannot wait, Pen And Free has released the Duo. Change your PC or laptop by installing the receiving station atop or on the side of your display. You then define the application area you want to use as a tablet. There are two versions, one for laptops up to 15.4-inches and one for monitors up to 22-inches. The MSRP on the PNF Duo is $44.00
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Japan’s Eizo’s new 24-inch LCD monitor uses the DisplayPort video standard. With a 1920x1200 resolution and a contrast ratio of 1000:1, the FlexScan S2432W-H has both an HDCP compatible DVI-D and a VGA port. EcoView automatically adjusts the monitor’s brightness according to ambient light. The display has built-in speakers, 2 USB jacks, and can turn left, right, tilt and rise 3.2 inches while the viewing angle remains 178º. The FlexScan’s release date is December 5 in Japan with a $960.00 price.
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This is another example of getting rid of 2 devices when just one will do. Mitsubishi has come out with an Viseo HD LCD screen with a built-in digital tuner, supposedly the first of its kind in Japan. The MDT221WTF has a 21.5-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a contrast ration of 2000:1. The HDTV also features Diatone sound, 2 HDMI inputs and an analog D-SUB 15 pin input. Look for the price of ¥80,000 (~$800.00) and a November release.
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Sony has been busy trying to be the best again. Their EL Display, shown at the Display 2008 conference in Tokyo, is a mere 0.3mm thickness. The gadget is composed of OLED technology which doesn’t need back lighting and has a polymer substance that converts electricity to light. Although Sony has been making 3.8-inch OLED displays since 2004, if you just have to have the latest, thinnest display on the block, it will cost you. An 11-inch EL TV (960×540,) shown here, presently goes for ¥190,000 (~$2,000.00.)
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Want to travel with your Wii? How about a Chinavision ultra-portable screen? All the Wii Monitor needs is an attachment of the base to the back of your Nintendo game system. With the ports on the back, you can keep all your USB accessories. There are also ports for a DVD player or another console. The 7-inch TFT LCD display has a resolution of 480 X 234 and built-In stereo speakers. It also has reverse/up/down picture control for mounting in your car or your weirdest gaming positions. The Wii Screen comes with a cigarette lighter adaptor at a price of $101.45.
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Tokyoflash has alerted us to the most recent of its watches with the Tibida. It has 42 white LEDs and tells time by hour, minute, or binary. The lower display shows the hours, while the upper displays the minutes, and you count each individual LED as a progression of 5 minutes. Choose between red, blue, or black face in stainless steel or black case with orange face. The watch is available through the February 5 for 12,900 JPY ($122.00,) with free shipping included.
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