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Lilbits: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and Flip4 leaked just as global smartphone shipments are falling

Samsung’s next foldables are on their way… and a series of leaks give us a pretty good idea of what they’ll look like. Unsurprisingly, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 will look like a small tablet that folds in half like a book to give you a pocket-sized smartphone, while the Galaxy Z Flip4 will […]

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Pervasive Displays launches 12.2 inch color ePaper display… but probably not for eReaders or tablets

A small, but vocal, group of folks have been clamoring for color eReaders for years, but it doesn’t look like it’s going to happen anytime soon. Sure, Amazon and a few other companies continue to crank out both entry-level eReaders and high-end models with premium specs, but they all tend to have grayscale displays. But […]

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Shuttle launches two Android/Rockchip Mini PCs for under $150 each

Shuttle has added two new tiny computers to its XPC nano line of products. The Shuttle XPC nano NS02A and NS02E both measure 5.6″ x 5.6″ x 1.1″ and feature fanless designs and power consumption of  just 5 watts. But while most Shuttle computers are designed for Intel processors, the new models are both powered […]

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ECS Liva ZE is a compact, fanless PC for business, industrial applications

The ECS Liva line of computers are tiny desktop PCs with low-power processors and fanless designs. Like most computers in this category, you could use them in the home, office, or for digital signage or other commercial applications. Now ECS has unveiled a new model that’s clearly designed for the business and enterprise markets. The […]

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AOPEN Chromebase Mini is basically a Chrome OS tablet (for digital signage)

Chromebooks are typically positioned as low-cost, easy-to-use laptops for home, school, or maybe even office use. But a few years ago AOPEN started offering a Chrome OS device for digital signage or kiosk applications. The AOPEN Chromebase Commercial is basically a 22 inch all-in-one PC with Google’s browser-based operating system. Now the company has unveiled […]

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E Ink launches 42 inch electronic paper display

The company that designs the 6 inch ePaper displays used on Kindle and NOOK eReaders is thinking big. E Ink is introducing a 42 inch display for digital signage applications. Last year, at CES 2016, E Ink showed off a digital signage system made of 4 separate panels. The new panels are even larger, which could […]

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E Ink showcases digital signage, luggage tags, and more at CES 2016

E Ink: it’s not just for eBook readers. The company that makes the screens used in Amazon Kindle and B&N NOOK eReaders is showing off some different applications for the low-power, high-contrast, sunlight readable displays. For example, there’s a large, four-panel E Ink display at the company’s CES booth showing different digital signage applications. For instance […]

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AOPEN Chromebase Commercial is a 22 inch all-in-one

Google’s Chrome OS is a browser-based operating system for notebook and desktop computers. Now AOPEN is bringing Chrome OS to the commercial PC space, with the Chromebase Commercial. It’s a 21.5 inch all-in-one computer with a touchscreen display and Google’s Chrome operating system. The Chromebase Commercial is designed to be used for digital signage, point-of-sales, […]

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Shuttle launches its first Android, ARM-based computers

Small form-factor PC maker Shuttle is launching its first little PCs powered by ARM-based processors and Google Android software. The company unveiled the Shuttle DSA2LS earlier this year, but now Shuttle has announced that it’s available in Europe for a suggested retail price of 158 Euros (including VAT). That’s about $210 US, but it’ll likely be […]