A modern take on the old 1970s mechanical flip-dial alarm clocks. The animated LCD face mimics the flip design, but eliminates mechanical issues and the ticking sound which could keep light sleepers awake. It’s also got a super loud alarm that’s sure to wake you up.
ZIIRO takes their unique LCD watch display and embeds it in a modern pocket watch. Made from a sturdy anodized aluminum, with a mineral crystal front, and EL backlighting. Comes with a black metal chain and matching carabiner.
Vizio’s 58â€ XVT3D580CM and 50â€ XVT3D500CM LCD HDTVs taunt us with a cinematic 21:9, 2560×1080 screen, and passive-lens 3D glasses. Replaces your lowly 1080p set later this year.
This 24″ 3D LCD lets two players see different perspectives in 2D full-screen mode at once. $500 gets you the display, an HDMI cable, one pair of active 3D glasses, and Motorstorm: Apocalypse.
At just 9.8mm thick, HP’s new “Micro-Thin” 1080p LED/LCD monitor is nearly as slim as those pricey OLED displays but at a fraction of the price. The x2301 hits in June for just $280.
This razor-thin set has a massive 65″ LED edge-lit screen, and uses passive 3D glasses, eliminating costly active lenses and reducing headaches. 802.11n Wi-Fi and Internet apps are built-in too.
Sky Factory’s eScape features a wall-mounted industrial-grade HD LCD monitor embedded in a full-size casement window that brings the scenes and sounds of nature to the indoors in real time.
Marvel at the power of teamwork: South Korean High school students cheering for their soccer teams turn themselves into pixels, combining to form detailed – sometimes animated – images.
Columbia Sportswear’s new line of watches offers something for everyone. Our favorite is the Headstream – with weather, altimeter, and compass tech that helps you find your way home.
There’s no such thing as too much screen real estate, and with the Onkyo Sotec DX1007 dual-screen laptop, you get not one, but two 1366×768 displays in a single 4 lb package.
When Sony released the PS3 Slim, they definitely cut down on the bulk of the original.The guys at Japan’s Hori have decided to make the console “portable”-(ish) with this 720p PS3 display.
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