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  • Vizio Inc. says they use a new technology that will show flicker-free images that are brighter than those of many other TVs on the market.

    Postcards From Geekopolis

  • The new 3D systems rely on two things: One is a display capable of sowing at least 120 frames per second (120 Hz) so each eye sees a flicker-free 60 frames per second.

    Fore! Comcast To Offer Masters in 3D « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

  • Is it sharp and flicker-free like the Kindle, or will its subtle defects result in eye-strain after long reading sessions?

    Being Wrong in the Right Way (Why the Kindle is Still a Better eBook than the iPad)

  • Is it sharp and flicker-free like the Kindle, or will its subtle defects result in eye-strain after long reading sessions?

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • Over at TechCrunch, MG Siegler says that if you set a corner to trigger "display sleep" mode, you can activate that whenever the flickering starts and buy yourself a few more hours of flicker-free use.

    Apple Customers Growing Frustrated Over Defective 27-Inch iMacs - The Consumerist

  • My 3D video system became obsolete when CRT was dropped as the standard so I'm really rather jolly-good-happy-camper about the prospects of finally getting to use it again in a compatible and flicker-free system.

    More on IBM's 3D TV on the Cheap . . .

  • My 3D video system became obsolete when CRT was dropped as the standard so I'm really rather jolly-good-happy-camper about the prospects of finally getting to use it again in a compatible and flicker-free system.

    Life of Brian:

  • - Inductive series reactors (separately for each lamp power) - Transistor series reactors (for tubular fluorescent lamps for operation with 12 or 24 V direct current voltage) - Electronic series reactors (for flicker-free start without starter, GS-operation, light control etc.)

    5. Light Sources for Illuminating Purposes

  • There will also be more e-books, including demonstrations of a color version of the flicker-free e-Ink display technology used in Kindles.

    The Seattle Times

  • The screen also has what the company calls Film Patterned Retarder technology, which it claims produces brighter and flicker-free images compared to screens that use shutter-style glasses.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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