Don't-Miss Display Stories
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.
The Pocket Album is a key chain device that lets you view digital photos.
A spinoff from Sony plans to sell a range of high-end FED monitors in 2009.
Vuzix has released its iWear VR920 video eyewear.
Toshiba has introduced the TDP-EX20U digital projector featuring "extreme short projection."
Epson has introduced two new all-in-one home projectors, one of which also incorporates HDMI support.
Sharp, one of the biggest manufacturers of flat-panel displays, has accused Samsung, one of its largest rivals, of infringing five LCD patents.
ColorEyes Display Pro monitor calibration software now supports Apple Displays, including MacBook, MacBook Pro and iMac displays.
Epson's latest budget-priced multimedia projector is the $649 PowerLite S5.
Philip Michaels thinks that Steve Jobs will cover three topics during his developers' conference keynote on Monday: Leopard, Leopard, and Leopard again.
A class-action lawsuit claims that Apple is misrepresenting the amount of colors its MacBooks and MacBook Pros can display.