Showing posts with label 8bit pixels. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 8bit pixels. Show all posts

Sunday, 8 September 2013

LG to launch 8.3-inch G Pad tablet at IFA 2013

LG presented the new Android tablet 8.3 inch LG at IFA, and is impressed by the quality of its full HD screen and slim design. Announced earlier this week, the LG G Pad 8.3 inch has not received much attention. We had to wait to discover the IFA for the first returns begin to happen. They are unanimously enthusiastic, citing a tablet to rival to the two references that are mini iPad and the new Nexus 7. For starters, its compact design (8.3 mm thick, 12.6 cm wide) and weight (338 grams) make, according to testers, it is also easy gripping a 7-inch tablet. Enthusiasm for the quality of the screen, the first of this size to be displayed in full HD 1920x1200 pixels. Very good return for your investment as the performance of the tablet, and torque processor (Snapdragon 600 quadruple heart 1.7 GHz) - RAM 2 GB provides good comfort. The internal storage of 16 GB can be expanded via a microSD card. There is QPair application to connect to a Smartphone via Bluetooth to receive text messages and make calls. That compensates for the lack of a 3G version. In fact, the only downside is the presence of Android 4.2.2 instead of the latest version 4.3. We hope soon they will correct this failure in their next update. LG G pad 8.3  will arrive soon and could be one of the best sellers of this season, provided that its price has not been disclosed,but it  is sufficiently competitive.

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Magic trick to convert 8bit pixels to HD

Two researchers from Microsoft and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, just presented a method of image processing announced as revolutionary. This is a method to recalculate the pixels of an image type 8-bit to get out an HD version automatically by the machine completely redesigned.