Don't-Miss Display Stories
In our second day at the Consumer Electronics show, Dan Moren investigates a couple of the stories that are making serious buzz in the CES arena. And, just to show we haven’t forgotten our roots, we’ll throw in one of our trademark handy gadgets. Just for you.
Gadgetbox writer Dan Moren has been dispatched to the Consumer Electronics Show to bring the latest on the world of gadget news. Today: a GPS unit that talks back, a TV with double vision, and a monitor that you may have trouble wrapping your head around.
LaCie has unveiled four new hard drives and a new LCD panel aimed at graphics and video pros.
ViewSonic, the display maker, is getting into the digital picture frame business with three low-cost models.
A new line of rotating adapters enable you to install DVI and HDMI cables at up to 90 degree angles or rotating 360 degrees.
With a projector and portable screen, Peter Cohen moves his gaming experiences off of the his Mac and onto a much larger surface.
Mustek's new PF-i700 digital photo frame features an iPod dock, and has a 7-inch LCD display with widescreen aspect ratio.
Sharp and Toshiba are discussing an alliane that promises to shape up the LCD industry, according to a Japanese newspaper report.
Does your Mac’s display exhibit unwanted horizontal lines? Look at your graphics card.
PhotoVu digital photo frames now support Macs equipped with Mac OS X v10.5, iLife '08 and .Mac Web Gallery RSS feeds.
The iPhone heads the list of cool tech gear that could make great gifts this holiday season, according to Network World.
PhotoVu's new PV1765w widescreen wireless digital picture frame is now available for $699 and up.
What do video camera glasses, a gaming projector, and a compact bag have in common? Other than all being featured in this week’s edition of Gadgetbox, I have absolutely no idea. But hopefully you trust me enough to read on. Keep those fingers crossed.
Epson introduced its new PowerLite Home Cinema 720 projector, capable of displaying 720p native resolution, for $1,299.
PhotoVu is now offering a 22-inch "digital picture frame" with a widescreen aspect ratio.