LG Launches The World’s First All-In-One PC With FPR Display And IPS Screen

LG has introduced the world’s first All-in-One PC which enables users to view 3D content using a special type of lightweight goggles instead of the conventional heavy shutter type ones. This PC was made in collaboration with Intel, the world’s leader in processor technologies.

This All-in-One marvel is named LG V300 and has 23″ multi touch screen, 8GB of RAM, AMD Radeon HD 6650M graphics, a Blu-ray optical drive, a 750GB HDD and supports upto second generation of Intel Core i7 processor.

The choice of Hi-Speed and SuperSpeed USB is also there and users can choose from Bluetooth 2.1 and 3.0 according to their need. LG V300 is DLNA compliant and has HDMI support.

The best feature in this PC is that it comes with the same Film-type Patterned Retarder(FPR) display technology which the electronics giant uses in its CINEMA 3D TV. This feature provides users relief from using heavy 3D goggles as it provides support for the use of lightweight 3D goggles.

The In Plane Switch(IPS) screen technology helps users who cannot directly face the 23″ LED screen by providing 178 degree viewing angle, thus relieving them from poor quality images.

This beast will be unleashed first in Korea and soon after will see the release in other parts of the world.

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Samsung’s Profit Rises On Mobiles, But Falls On Other Products

The South Korean technology giant is gaining immense profit on its smartphones but is losing its revenues from its other electronic goods. Samsung’s smartphone’s are gaining huge popularity globally, but sadly same cannot be said for its other products.

According to a report, Samsung’s flat screen unit had huge losses in its second quarter and its other electronics suffered same kind of damage. This may be partially due to better alternatives available in the market which provide same features but at comparatively lower costs.

Furthermore, Samsung has failed to provide its users with new services like other Tech giants, Apple and Google, are providing. It is less likely that Samsung will be able to get customers like Apple has got.

Samsung has said that its sales were not good because the whole chip market is suffering from low demand as users get more and more inclined to smartphones as compared to LCDs, LEDs and computers.

If Samsung wants to make its sales comparative to the other manufacturers, it seriously needs to consider providing better services at an affordable price.

Despite its heavy loses, Samsung is going to increase its investment in semiconductors which it thinks will boost up its profits.

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