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Three-dimensional picture without special glasses: sales of ZTE Nubia Pad 3D started

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ZTE has launched international sales of its new Nubia Pad 3D tablet. A novelty that provides a three-dimensional 3D image without special glasses was shown at the February MWC 2023 exhibition, and now the tablet has appeared on store shelves.

Three-dimensional picture without special glasses: sales of ZTE Nubia Pad 3D started

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The Nubia Pad 3D tablet is available for $1,199 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage version. First time customers receive a $50 discount through April 25, 2023.

Three-dimensional picture without special glasses: sales of ZTE Nubia Pad 3D started

Illustration: ZTE

Key features of the ZTE Nubia Pad 3D include a 12.4-inch 2.5K (2560 x 1600 pixels) 3D IPS display at 120Hz, dual 16MP rear and dual 8MP front cameras, Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC 888, four speakers with Dolby Atmos support, 9070 mAh battery with 33W fast charging support.

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ZTE nubia Pad 3D II: Glasses-free 3D and AI support

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ZTE nubia Pad 3D II Glasses free 3D and AI support

ZTE presented the second version of its 3D tablet at MWC 2024 in Barcelona. The device, like its predecessor released last year, can display three-dimensional images that can be seen without special glasses. The model, called ZTE nubia Pad 3D II, also allows you to convert 2D content into 3D thanks to Neovision 3D Anytime AI technology. In addition, artificial intelligence helps track and process the user’s eye movements to create a more accurate and realistic 3D image. It also helps perform 3D shooting to create three-dimensional photos and videos.

ZTE nubia Pad 3D II: Glasses-free 3D and AI support

The ZTE nubia Pad 3D II tablet is built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, equipped with 512 GB of internal memory and a large 12-inch display with a 2.5K resolution and a high refresh rate of 144 Hz. The viewing angle is 86 degrees, that is, you can see a three-dimensional picture from different positions. The battery capacity is 10,000 mAh, and 66 W fast charging is available. The four-speaker audio system can reproduce DTS:X Ultra 3D effects, and there are two noise-cancelling microphones for audio recording. An important advantage of the device is support for 5G cellular networks. Nothing has been announced yet about the release date and cost of the new product.

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AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS, 32 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD and very light augmented reality glasses included. Gimok K8 mini PC goes on sale in China

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The new Gimok K8 mini PC, which has been available for pre-order for the past couple of weeks starting at $350, went on sale today in China.

The Gimok K8 mini PC has a silver-gray body, it is equipped with an 8-core 16-thread AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS processor based on Zen 4 architecture, using a 4-nm process technology, with a frequency of up to 5.1 GHz and power consumption of up to 65 W.

AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS, 32 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD and very light augmented reality glasses included.  Gimok K8 mini PC goes on sale in China

The package includes augmented reality glasses that weigh 69 grams and can be connected to a computer, smartphone, drone, game console and other devices via USB-C. The first 50 buyers also received a game controller.

The device received 32 GB of DDR5 5600 RAM (there are two slots) and 1 TB SSD. Resolutions up to 4096 x 2160 pixels are supported. The device is equipped with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 modules, as well as a full range of modern ports.

AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS, 32 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD and very light augmented reality glasses included.  Gimok K8 mini PC goes on sale in China

Dimensions are 128.8 x 127 x 51.8 mm and weighs 525 grams.

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Too expensive even for Apple. The MicroLED screen for the new Watch Ultra is four times more expensive than the OLED screen

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Apple, according to early rumors, is going to use MicroLED screens for its Watch Ultra smartwatches for the foreseeable future. However, these screens turned out to be too expensive.

Too expensive even for Apple.  The MicroLED screen for the new Watch Ultra is four times more expensive than the OLED screen

It is reported that the original plans for the release of such watches in 2026 may not be feasible. The bottom line is that a MicroLED display for Apple smartwatches will currently cost Apple itself $150! By comparison, the OLED screen for the current generation of watches costs $38.

Although the Watch Ultra is very expensive, of course, such a significant increase in the price of one of the components is unacceptable for Apple. As a result, the company has not yet set up a supply chain for such panels for the production of new watches. However, over time, of course, MicroLED displays will begin to become cheaper.

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