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Haier Reveals Transparent TV

September 5, 2011

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More than a concept, Haier revealed a “a slim display with a metal bezel that has a clear OLED at its center with a 1680 x 1050 resolution.” No word yet on pricing or availability. Video after the break. The images appeared pretty sharp on screen, though the colors didn’t particularly pop. And really, this [...]

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Cinemin Pico Projector Demonstration

April 15, 2010

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The Cinemin Pico Projector from ThinkGeek is “powered by Texas Instrument’s DLP Technology, so what you’ll see is an ultra clear and high contrast HVGA picture with vivid color.” Video after the break. It’s also great because you can plug it directly into your iPod or iPhone to project your favorite pictures and videos on [...]

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Magic Wand Programmable TV Remote

December 17, 2009

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The Magic Wand Programmable TV Remote from ThinkGeek “will learn up to 13 commands from your existing remote controls and map them to particular magical motions; flick the wand from side to side to flip the channels, twist the wand to turn up the volume. ” Video after the break. A beam of light will [...]

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Aiptek Introduces Portable DVD Projector

December 9, 2009

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Aiptek has introduced a portable DVD projector that allows users to watch movies just about anywhere. Basically, “plug this thing in, pop in a DVD, and be watching a movie on a 50-inch screen in about 3 minutes with it.” It’s not something you’re going to want to base your home theater setup around, but [...]

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NEC Unveils Battery-less Remote Control

November 18, 2009

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Couch potatoes will no longer need to stock up on batteries for their remote control, as NEC Electronics has developed a battery-less prototype. Here’s how it works: “Every time users push a button on the device, they generate a small amount of electricity through vibration.” NEC says this is enough to turn on or off [...]

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