This week, Dali announced its latest speaker series called Spektor, LG Display reached an agreement to produce TV screens for Samsung and Asus developed an alternative to the Raspberry Pi with 4K and 24-bit audio capabilities.
Dali has introduced its latest speaker series called Spektor.
The Spektor 1 & 2 (standmounters), Vokal (centre) and Spektor 6 (floorstander) can be combined to create a 5.1 surround sound set-up.
Available in two different finishes, there's no word on availability or price just yet.
Asus has developed a rival to the Raspberry Pi in the form of its Tinker Board.
The Tinker Board can play 4K video and 24-bit audio and has twice as much RAM as the Pi.
It's expected to cost £55, but Asus has yet to officially announce the product itself.
LG Display has struck a deal with Samsung to start producing TV panels for its rival.
Speculation suggests that LG Display, a subsidiary of LG, could start manufacturing screens as early as this year.
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