A VTOL vehicle is an aircraft that can take off, float, and vertically land without the need for runways.For passenger drones and flying cars study, we have excludes any VTOL type of helicopter.These are designed to accommodate approximately two to five passengers or the equivalent cargo weight, which will be highly energy-efficient, reduced or zero emissions, and substantially quieter than the traditional helicopters.Several types of flying drones are categorized under urban mobility vehicles; each type have different characteristics and potential uses:-Passenger drones: Passenger drones are expected to be hybrid or electric quadcopter that can be utilized to commute people or cargo delivery between established/on-demand origination and destination points.Revolutionary vehicles have advanced VTOL capability and can land and take off from almost anywhere due to the requirement to establish a vertiport/airport.Initially, these would like to be piloted by a licensed pilot, but they could be made fully autonomous over time.View For More Inforation Click the Link:- https://www.pukkapartners.com/insight/the-future-of-air-travel-flying-dronesCurrent SituationChina's Ehang has just tried its self-flying traveler drone, named 184, displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2016.The company likewise reported an association with Uber, which is working on-request flying vehiclesIn April 2017, AeroMobil revealed the final commercial design of Flying Car.Clients would have the option to book a seat on CityAirbus as they book a rise in UberIn November 2017, Volvo's parent company, Geely, acquired a flying car start-up, Terrafugia.
The Razer Tomahawk is an extremely compact gaming PC that offers a huge amount of power.
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Razer's Tomahawk desktop is now available to buy, but it will set you back $2,399. A version with Nvidia's flagship GeForce RTX 3080 is priced at $3,199.
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Samsung gave the world its first official look at its entire 2021 TV and entertainment lineup, headlined by the company's 4K MicroLED and 8K Neo QLED models.
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Nvidia has finally released the GeForce RTX 3060, hoping gamers holding onto their GTX 1060 will finally upgrade to the new hotness.
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Will Micro LED take the crowning spot for premium TV technologies? Here's what you need to know and what the future of Micro LED TVs looks like.
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Licensees will use an older version of the OS, though.
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Image: LG LG tonight announced that the company’s webOS smart TV platform will soon be found on TVs from other brands. RCA, Ayonz, and Konka are some of the companies that have already signed on. “This has the potential to reshape the TV business for both technology and content providers while significantly growing LG’s presence and prominence in the global home entertainment market,” LG said in a press release. The news comes after LG revealed a significantly overhauled version of webOS at CES in January. On LG’s 2021 TVs, the slide-up “blades” interface has been ditched entirely in favor of a more traditional scrolling home screen. I’ve seen a wide range in opinions from LG’s existing TV customers; some like the new look since it resembles a... Continue reading…
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The fitness-focused smartwatch has all the good things about the existing GTR 2, but costs less.
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Samsung has been toying with AR glasses for years, most recently trotting out an extremely basic set of image-projecting goggles on the CES 2020 stage, but I’ve never seen the company suggest it might like to build an actually ambitious augmented reality wearable computing device — until perhaps today. WalkingCat, a fairly reliable source of gadget leaks, has published two new concept videos that show off some of the fun things a pair of “Samsung Glasses Lite” could do, like projecting a giant virtual screen where you can play your games, letting you kick back in your private movie theater, give you a giant virtual computer monitor, fire up an auto-dimming “sunglasses mode,” or act as an instant first-person-view screen for your DJI... Continue reading…
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Vaio laptops are back. Sort of. The Vaio Z might not gain back the popularity the brand enjoyed in the 1990s, but here's why it's interesting in its own right.
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Ordering early can earn you some extra credit, too.
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Intel's 10nm Ice Lake processors represented a big step forward for the CPU giant. But how do the processors compare in 2021? Here's what you need to know.
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Just a few days after Google Stadia announced that it would stop producing first-party game development, an article on its blog confirmed that games such ... The post Google stadia will have over 100 games this year including FIFA 21 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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As per the micro display market research report, the global market for micro display is projected to grow swiftly by US$1.8 billion by 2023.The micro display market research report by expert analysts is developed to assist organizations in the micro display market.Regional Overview North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the rest of the world regional market for micro display are predominantly covered in the global micro display market research report.In Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, the country-level micro display markets covered are Japan, India, China, and others.Top Manufacturers HOLOEYE Photonics AG (Germany), Himax Technologies, Inc. (HIMX (NASDAQ))(Taiwan), Syndiant (US), Jasper Display Corp. (Taiwan), Japan Display Inc. (6740 (TYO))(Japan), RAONTECH (South Korea), Microtips Technology, LLC (US), Seiko Epson Corporation (6724 (TYO))(Japan), Kopin Corporation (KOPN (NASDAQ))(US), Dresden Microdisplay GmbH  (Germany), WiseChip Semiconductor Inc. (Taiwan), MICROOLED (France), Yunnan OLiGHTEK Opto-Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. (China), and eMagin Corporation (EMAN (NYSEAMERICAN)) (US) among others.Industry News On 11 January, Pacific Time, the first ever all-digital consumer electronics show (CES 2021) started.
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We have seen a couple of foldable phones in the market but none is like the LG Rollable. This device from LG is in a ... The post LG Rollable phone may come with a secondary screen appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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RedmiBook Pro series laptops will launch in China on February 25. The laptop is confirmed to feature 11th Gen Tiger Lake H35 processor. We could also see AMD Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 models at the launch.
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As per the micro display market research report, the global market for micro display is projected to grow swiftly by US$1.8 billion by 2023.The micro display market research report by expert analysts is developed to assist organizations in the micro display market.Regional Overview North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the rest of the world regional market for micro display are predominantly covered in the global micro display market research report.In Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, the country-level micro display markets covered are Japan, India, China, and others.Top Manufacturers HOLOEYE Photonics AG (Germany), Himax Technologies, Inc. (HIMX (NASDAQ))(Taiwan), Syndiant (US), Jasper Display Corp. (Taiwan), Japan Display Inc. (6740 (TYO))(Japan), RAONTECH (South Korea), Microtips Technology, LLC (US), Seiko Epson Corporation (6724 (TYO))(Japan), Kopin Corporation (KOPN (NASDAQ))(US), Dresden Microdisplay GmbH  (Germany), WiseChip Semiconductor Inc. (Taiwan), MICROOLED (France), Yunnan OLiGHTEK Opto-Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. (China), and eMagin Corporation (EMAN (NYSEAMERICAN)) (US) among others.Also Avail Free [email protected] Micro display Market Insights 2021: Business Opportunity, Future Scope & Rising Demand By Top Vendors- Kopin Corporation (KOPN (NASDAQ)), Himax Technologies, Japan Display Inc. (6740 (TYO)) Industry News On 11 January, Pacific Time, the first ever all-digital consumer electronics show (CES 2021) started.
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