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LG Q Stylus

The LG Q Stylus is a handwriting-input smartphone without the premium price. The no-nonsense stylus adds more functionality beyond the typical keyboard experience, while the intelligent palm rejection system ensures that accuracy is not an issue when resting one’s hand on the display.

As with the Samsung Note, with the display off, the LG Q Stylus recognises and records handwritten notes, ideal for sudden flashes of inspiration. Beyond notes and memos, the stylus can also be used to personalise captured images and videos to create animated GIFs.

Click through to read about the fast camera auto-focus and 7.1 surround sound quality on the LG Q Stylus.



Beyond the stylus, the LG Q Stylus offers premium features normally found in more expensive phones, such as an advanced camera that rivals the lens of the LG G series. QLens comes standard on the handset, allowing an image of a product to be captured to get more information on where to purchase that item or to learn about similar products. QLens is intelligent enough to recognise images of food, fashion, celebrities and landmarks, for example. 

The intelligent camera doesn’t sacrifice on image quality, sporting an 8MP front camera and 16MP rear lens. Phase Detection Auto Focus (PDAF) makes the camera 23% faster than conventional autofocus while Portrait Mode delivers bokeh selfies. 

Audiophiles will appreciate the sound quality of the LG Q Stylus. The phone offers the same advanced DTS:X found in the V and G series for up to 7.1 channel 3D surround sound when listening with earphones. USB Type-C fast charging, IP68 water and dust protection and MIL-STD 810G compliance will appeal to the LG Q Stylus. The Smart Rear Key fingerprint sensor not only provides easy-to-reach security; it also doubles as the selfie camera shutter button.

Surrounded by the sleek metallic body, the 6.2-inch FHD+ FullVision display delivers  bright and vivid colours to enhance the viewing experience. The 18:9 screen ratio, thin bezel, curved tempered glass and optimised body width all work together to make the phone comfortable to hold and use with one hand.

“The LG Q Stylus adds another dimension to our series of exceptionally-priced midrange phones that deliver amazing value to consumers,” says Ha Jeung, senior VP and head of LG Electronics’ Mobile Business Division. “This phone is another example of LG’s promise to deliver a wider selection of devices this year with premium features designed to meet the diverse needs of today’s evolving smartphone users.”

Click here to read about the specifications of the handset.

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HP goes large with 15-inch Chromebook

HP announced its biggest Chromebook yet with a 15-inch screen and a Num pad. These laptops, which run Google’s Chrome OS, are most likely for the number cruncher who uses web apps.

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The HP Chromebook 15 has a 15 inch touchscreen display, and joins other Chromebook manufacturers that have also recently released 15 inch notebooks.

HP has confirmed the price of the Chromebook 15 to be $449 for the base model. Intel’s Pentium Gold 4417U processor will power the computer, with 4GB of DDR5 RAM and 64GB of storage. It also has Bang & Olufsen speakers, an HD webcam, and a backlit keyboard.

It doesn’t skimp on ports: it features a microSD card slot, 2 USB 3.1 ports, and one USB 3.1 port. HP claims the laptop can run for up to 13 hours of battery life on a single charge.

It weighs a mere 1.8kg, while dimensions on thickness have yet to be published. The laptop is confirmed to launch in the US, but HP has yet to confirm if it’s going to release this device in other markets.

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Microsoft Surface Hub 2 – 85″ panel for workspaces

Microsoft has unveiled an 85-inch model of its Surface Hub 2 interactive wall display, much larger than the original model. The product is aimed at businesses that want a smarter collaborative board.

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Microsoft’s Chief of Surface, Panos Panay, introduced the new 85-inch model at Microsoft’s Surface Event in New York this week, and briefly showed it between two of the Surface 2S 50-inch panels. 

The panel is likely to include features of the 2S, including a removable cartridge that will be upgraded next year. This will allow businesses to upgrade their computers with a new CPU, RAM, and GPU, and won’t have to replace the expensive display panel.

Pricing and regional availability has not yet been announced, but the company says it’ll be available in 2020.

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