In the Land of the Rising Sun is in full swing with the design and development of technology, which will completely change our view of modern television. The system is called “screen smells”, and its purpose is to transfer odors, one way or another connected with the fact that the currently displayed on the TV.
The company LG Display announced Monday plans to increase production of panels based on the technology OLED, why in the modernization of their production will invest 706 billion won ($ 656.7 million). Currently, LG Display is the only manufacturer of OLED-panels used in TVs.Thanks to the financial investments for mass production OLED-products company plans to launch in the first half of 2014. The first tranche will be listed in the current quarter.
As a general reserve growth in the supply of TV panels in 2013, the company AU Optronics (AUO) of the markets of developing countries, including Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. According to its Vice President Michael Tsai (Michael Tsai), increase the supply of flat-screen TVs in these regions in the current year may grow by 11%.
Apple TV has long been considered something of a “hobby” of the corporation, and never claimed to be the significant product for the company. However, the supply of set-top boxes have to reach 2 million units by the end of the first quarter of 2013, an increase of more than 60% over the past year. The new Apple CEO Tim Cook set-top box is no longer just a “hobby.”
According to the Japanese publication Nikkei, Sharp is the final stage in talks with Lenovo Group to form a partnership in the field of television business. According to the source, Sharp plans to sell his unit with a factory for assembling LCD TV in Nanjing (Nanjing). In addition, she wants to sell Lenovo 50 percent share of its Chinese holdings, making them so in joint ventures.
Private building owners sometimes thinking about how to fix the yard some big TV and in good weather to watch a favorite movie in the open air. The decision to invite engineers Porsche Design Studio of Zell am See (Austria), they have developed a LED TV C SEED 201. This 201-inch (5.11 m) monster formed in an accordion and hides underground in a waterproof pit to unfold in less than half a minute.
South Korean giant Samsung, in his own words , is preparing a major announcement at the January CES show in Las Vegas. Regular communications can provide some, albeit partially, the idea that it was going to announce eminent company in the largest annual exhibition event in the world of consumer electronics.