Ceatec 2015 : Sharp Borderless Displays

CEATEC 2015 : Sharp Borderless DisplaysThese Borderless Displays from Sharp are meant to highlight their use in posh environments such as luxury goods stores, where the shiny new object on display needs a little bit more push before your eyes are enamored by what they see, while a polished video that has plenty of advertising thought behind it helps clinch the final deal, so to speak, making you go over the edge and reach for your wallet.

Ceatec 2015 : Boe Reveal World’s Largest 8k Displays

CEATEC 2015 : BOE Reveal World’s Largest 8K DisplaysBOE has just revealed what they deem to be the world’s largest 8K displays for the home, arriving in 98” and 110” for those with too much money to spare.
Needless to say, having an 8K TV sitting in your living room is one thing, but to find content? We do know that 8K TV broadcast testing will begin in Japan some time next year, and these TVs are not going to come cheap since Sharp’s very own 85” 8K TV alone will cost a whopping $130,000, so do your own math and extrapolate an estimate on how much these 98” and 110” puppies will cost at the end of the day.

Panasonic's Led Large Screen Displays Provide An All-new Fan Experience At Estadio Azteca In Mexico City

Panasonic's LED Large Screen Displays Provide an All-New Fan Experience at Estadio Azteca in Mexico CityOn May 16, 2015, Panasonic Mexico announced that its LED large screen displays were chosen as the new video display system for the Estadio Azteca located in the southern, historic part of Mexico City. The system includes a pair of 220 square meters large screen displays and two ribbon-shaped screens installed at eye-level of the box seats. These state-of-the-art screens, the total surface area of which is equal to more than 746 square meters, will deliver innovatively new entertainment and a wealth of information in full HD quality.

Casio To Release Standard Scientific Calculator That Displays Arabic Script

CASIO to Release Standard Scientific Calculator that Displays Arabic Script Most humans on planet Earth regularly use what are known, somewhat though not wholly accurately, as “Arabic numerals.” They should probably be called “Hindu-Arabic numerals,” but even that’s rather murky and complicated. To the issue at hand, while pretty much all of us know the the Hindu/Arabic 0-9 digits, the Arabic-speaking world, somewhat ironically, could benefit from specific language compatibility when using a scientific calculator.