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The Este ES-SW50 steam mask makes use of steam to relieve eye fatigue cause by prolonged computer use
Around the world, people rely on computers to do their daily tasks. People can’t help but to stare at their computer monitors the whole day and experience eye fatigue.
Dry and weary eyes used to be relieved by just applying eye drops. Thanks to Panasonic, they have designed a product that rejuvenates tired eyes. The Este ES-SW50 is a portable eye mask that makes use of steam to refresh the eyes, relieving the user of eye strain.
The Este is powered by rechargeable batteries, that can only run up to 12 minutes on a single charge. Panasonic is set to launch this product in Japan this September. However it is still unclear if this device will be launched internationally.View Article Source »
Take a peek into the transparent future, as Samsung begins production of their backlight-less LCD screens.
Samsung has announced that they have started producing 22-inch transparent, yes transparent, LCD panels for this year. The company boasts that these LCD panels have the “world’s best transparency rate”, with 20% transparency for black-and-white type and over 15% for colored. That means you get to see clear images despite using only ambient light as a backlight for the screens, plus you get to use less electricity along the way.
The 22-inch screen will have a 1680×1050 resolution panel with a 500:1 contrast ratio, and will also be compatible with HDMI and USB. However, it looks like these will be used for advertising and corporate teleconferencing first, before letting the rest of the world take a crack at them.Read the rest of the article »
Complaining about iPhone 4's under 4-inch sized screen? Wait 'till iPhone 5 hits the shelves, as the upcoming handset will join the 4-inch smartphone party.
Talking about screen resolution, iPhone 4’s Retina Display definitely brings its competitors out of the league. But when it comes to screen size, it falls behind the “bigger is better” race. Still, anyone who has seen some of the latest Android phones with screens of more than four inches will appreciate the added size.
And it seems that Apple will be joining the crowd as DigiTimes stated that the iPhone 5 will have a 4-inch screen. This feature can slightly close the gap between the phone and the tablet offerings. In addition to this, it would make even more sense if Apple will also release a smaller and cheaper iPhone option to go with the next handset iteration.View Article Source »
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