2019 Subaru Ascent Vs Honda Pilot Vs Toyota Highlander: How They Compare On Paper

2019 Subaru Ascent vs Honda Pilot vs Toyota Highlander: How they compare on paper

We had a good long-look at the 2019 Subaru Ascent during the LA Auto Show and dug deep with 15 fast facts about the new three-row family SUV. It certainly looked competitive in person and today we have an even better idea of what it delivers on paper, as full pricing was announced today, joining a full set of specifications.

To the surprise of no one, we've fired up the old spreadsheet comparison generator to see how the all-new 2019 Ascent compares to the 2018 Honda Pilot and 2018 Toyota Highlander. Besides being two of last year's best-selling three-row SUVs, the Pilot and Highlander are also the closest in general concept to the new Ascent. They should also cater to similar buyers. There are of course numerous other worthy contenders, including the Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia, Mazda CX-9 and the best-selling Ford Explorer, so if you want to see their specs, check out the Autoblog compare tool.

Japan Display 198ppi 30cm Wide High Resolution Electronic Paper Module For Electronic Shelf Label Market

Japan Display Develops 198ppi 30cm -wide High Resolution Electronic Paper Module for the Electronic Shelf Label Market - FareastgizmosJapan Display has developed a 30cm-wide high resolution electronic paper (ePaper) electronic shelf labels (ESL). The 30cm-wide three-color module is based on the long-term strategic alliance with E Ink for the ePaper business. JDI’s ePaper is a reflective display with visual qualities equivalent to traditional paper, combined with the advantages of electronic updating. Using E Ink’s electronic ink technology, ePaper has a wide viewing angle, low power consumption, and provides vivid images even in all ambient light.

This Olympus Om-d E-m5, Lenses And Accessories Are Made Entirely From Paper

This Olympus OM-D E-M5, lenses and accessories are made entirely from paper

Japanese paper artist Kamihasami (his artist name means 'paper-scissors' in Japanese) has recreated the Olympus OM-D E-M5, a few lenses, and accessories using nothing but paper and paste.

The faithful recreation is identical to the original models, and includes things like an SD card, battery and battery charger, underwater housing, and flash. In fact, the models are so precise that the paper lenses can be attached to and removed from the paper camera body!

Sony Continues Evolution Of Digital Paper With Enhanced Second-generation Technology

Sony Continues Evolution of Digital Paper with Enhanced Second-Generation TechnologyThe second generation of Sony’s Digital Paper (model DPT-RP1) gives users a better document reading, annotating and note-taking experience. New updates include an easier-to-read high-resolution display, a more responsive touch panel, precise handwritten note-taking capabilities and wireless document transfer to a PC or MAC — all packaged in a sleek new device design.

Sony Unveils A New Giant E-paper Tablet

Sony Unveils A New Giant E-Paper Tablet

One of the benefits of e-paper/e-ink technology is that compared to regular displays, they consume less power. They're also supposed to mimic paper and ink in the traditional sense so for certain cases, they might actually be better than OLEDs or LCDs, such as when reading e-books.

Unfortunately for the most part, e-paper displays have typically been limited to e-readers like Amazon's Kindle, but Sony is hoping to change that as the Japanese company has unveiled a new e-paper tablet in the form of the DPT-RP1. This is actually not Sony's first attempt with the latest model being an update to the DPT-S1.

Obama's Paper Cranes Given To Nagasaki For A-bomb Museum Exhibition

Obama's paper cranes given to Nagasaki for A-bomb museum exhibitionA pair of paper cranes made by U.S. President Barack Obama was given to Nagasaki on Friday for exhibition at the atomic-bomb museum there, the city office said.
U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy presented the paper cranes to Tomihisa Taue, the mayor of the second Japanese city devastated by a U.S. atomic bomb during the final days of World War II, in a meeting at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo.

With Over 100,000 Paper Cranes, Man Built Bridge Between Disabled And Non-disabled

With over 100,000 paper cranes, man built bridge between disabled and non-disabledAmong the spectators at a Rio Paralympics wheelchair basketball game was Kunisuke Yamada, 81, who lives in the Brazilian city that hosted the 2016 games. Yamada felt like he was watching the game with his late brother, Momoho, who was born with cerebral palsy and spent his adult life building ties between people with disabilities and the non-disabled. Kunisuke believes that the 1964 Tokyo Paralympics changed his younger brother's life.

Tokyo Airport Now Has Toilet Paper For Smartphones

Tokyo airport now has toilet paper for smartphonesTalk abut some slick marketing. NTTDoCoMo one of Japan’s largest mobile operator has developed a smartphone only toilet paper. These special rolls are installed at the toilets of Tokyo’s Narita airport. Their purpose, well, to clean your smartphone screen and rid the phone of germs. The toilet paper is printed with vital information which include WiFi service instructions, travel information and details of translation services.

Ceatec 2016: Epson’s Paperlab Lets You Recycle Paper In The Office

CEATEC 2016: Epson’s PaperLab Lets You Recycle Paper In The OfficeAs much as we try to go paperless by going digital, there will always be instances in which paper is needed for certain documents. After all there are still many who believe in keeping hard copies of documents instead of going 100% digital. In light of this, there have been various suggestions made in the past as to how one might be able to try and reduce wastage.

Hiroshima ‘paper Crane’ Tower Offers Vista Of A-bomb Dome

Hiroshima ‘paper crane’ tower offers vista of A-bomb domeWith scenic views overlooking the Atomic Bomb Dome, the 14-story Orizuru Tower (Paper Crane Tower) was completed on July 6 ahead of opening its observation deck next week to sightseers.
Orizuru Tower has a stunning feature--a chimney-like glass wall 4 meters by 50 meters running the height of the tower that is viewable from the building’s exterior.

Casio: '2.5d' Printer Forms 3d Patterns On Paper

Casio: '2.5D' Printer Forms 3D Patterns on PaperCasio Computer Co Ltd developed the "2.5D Print Technology," which bloats characters and figures printed in an inkjet printing process by forming minute irregularities on the surface of paper.
The company exhibited a prototype of a printer using the new technology at the 27th Design Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Expo (DMS), which took place from June 22 to 24, 2016, at Tokyo Big Sight.