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We've learned to be extra cautious whenever some company tosses out that "world's thinnest" claim, and while this one isn't an outright lie, it's not exactly as impressive as Super Talent would have you believe. Yeah, the outfit's 256GB FSD56GC25H SSD actually is the slimmest on the market today at...

March 26th 2008 at 12:19pm 0 Comments
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Considering just how many TV manufacturers are throwing around that "world's thinnest" claim, we're not confident that JVC's latest actually are. Thankfully, JVC did tack on an asterisk to its proclamation to note that the claim only stands when comparing its duo to others with built-in tuners. Se...

January 6th 2008 at 11:01am 0 Comments
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Considering just how many TV manufacturers are throwing around that "world's thinnest" claim, we're not confident that JVC's latest actually are. Thankfully, JVC did tack on an asterisk to its proclamation to note that the claim only stands when comparing its duo to others with built-in tuners. Sem...

January 6th 2008 at 8:01am 0 Comments
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We've already seen Hitachi launch the "world's slimmest" LCD TV today, so it's rather fitting that Sharp comes through and delivers what it calls the "industry's thinnest" mobile display. Granted, we've known this ultrathin 2.2-inch wonder was coming since April, but it's always reassuring to see p...

October 23rd 2007 at 4:43pm 0 Comments
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We've already seen Hitachi launch the "world's slimmest" LCD TV today, so it's rather fitting that Sharp comes through and delivers what it calls the "industry's thinnest" mobile display. Granted, we've known this ultrathin 2.2-inch wonder was coming since April, but it's always reassuring to see p...

October 23rd 2007 at 4:43pm 0 Comments
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In the dog-eat-dog world of cellphone manufacturing, a millimeter of thickness can make all the difference -- the difference between producing some generic, brand X handset that no one gives two flips about, and crafting "the world's thinnest slider" to a deluge of fanfare. The "world's thinnest" t...

June 25th 2007 at 11:48am 0 Comments
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In a refreshing change of pace from Samsung's traditional black-slab design, we bring you this trio of hotness: the SGH-E950, SGH-E840, and SGH-J600 pictured above left-to-right. All are on display right now at ComnunicAsia and ready to ship in Southeast Asia before July is up. Of the three, only t...

June 19th 2007 at 4:47am 0 Comments
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In a refreshing change of pace from Samsung's traditional black-slab design, we bring you this trio of hotness: the SGH-E950, SGH-E840, and SGH-J600 pictured above left-to-right. All are on display right now at ComnunicAsia and ready to ship in Southeast Asia before July is up. Of the three, only t...

June 19th 2007 at 4:42am 0 Comments
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Make no mistake about it, accelerometers have certainly been all the rage of late, and Freescale Semiconductor isn't missing its chance to cash in on the bonanza. The firm has recently announced what it calls the "world's thinnest 3-axis digital-output accelerometer" for use in motion-based user in...

June 12th 2007 at 5:17am 0 Comments
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A busy day on the OLED front this morning with both Samsung and LG.Philips announcing new AMOLED goods. Samsung announced the "world's thinnest" 2.2-inch Active-matrix OLED display (pictured above) which touts a 320 x 240 resolution, 262k colors, 10,000:1 contrast ratio, 100% NTSC color gamut, and...

May 17th 2007 at 7:54am 0 Comments
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Under normal circumstances, a palm-sized mouse with a built-in wireless transceiver is about as portable as it gets, but the G4 Mouse just showed all the other guys how a mobile mouse should be constructed. The uber-slim mousing instrument folds perfectly flat in order to fit in your PCMCIA slot wh...

May 7th 2007 at 1:11am 0 Comments
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What's thinner than the average product waif? Why the latest Casio DLP projector of course... and little else. The 43-mm (1.7-inch) / 1.7-kg (3.7-pounds) XJ-S46 projector blasts 2,500 lumens for ¥268,000 (about $2,263). The XJ-S36 brings the same form factor but drops the brightness down to 2,0...

April 25th 2007 at 9:21am 0 Comments