Kyocera Display Group innovations expand product range for sensitive applications
Kyoto / Neuss – Japanese technology company Kyocera, one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products, is expanding its range of liquid-crystal displays to include two new 7” widescreen (800 x 480 pixels) WVGA on-cell touch LCD modules with built-in touch sensors: the TCG070W VLRPC-GD117 and TCG070W VLRPC-GD118.
The Kyocera FK-180WH-BK received top marks for the sharpness of its blade, cutting quality and easy cleaning
Kyoto/Neuss − The Professional Chef’s Knife from Kyocera was rated “good” (2.3) by consumer organization Stiftung Warentest. This is the best rating awarded to any of the ceramic knives in Stiftung Warentest’s latest test of chef’s knives. A major factor that contributed to this result was how well the knife scored (rating: “good”/1.8) in the subcategory “Cutting, chopping, mincing,” which assesses the sharpness of the blade and its cutting quality. It is weighted more than any other subcategory. The ceramic knife from Kyocera also received top marks in the subcategory “Cleaning” with a rating of “good” (1.7), as it can be safely washed in the dishwasher with no hassle.
Outstanding achievements in science and culture honored
Kyoto/Neuss – Biomedical engineer Dr. Robert Samuel Langer, theoretical physicist Dr. Edward Witten and dyeing and weaving artist Fukumi Shimura received the Kyoto Prize on Monday November 10. Along with the Nobel Prize, the award is one of the world’s highest honors in the fields of culture and science. Every year, the Inamori Foundation — established by Kyocera founder Dr. Kazuo Inamori — recognizes laureates in three categories for their lifetime achievements. The prize is worth 50 million yen (currently around €362,000*) per category.
Kyocera Document Solutions, one of the world’s leading document solutions companies, plans to steal the show at the Gartner Symposium when they attend the event for the fourth consecutive year. Only this year there is an interesting twist. Kyocera will explore how greater cost efficiency and eco friendliness really can go hand-in-hand when it delivers its 'Just do the business - Eliminate the waste' workshop at the event, showcasing examples of how 'real' CIOs have made the jump from managing efficiency to turning efficiency into real savings for their business.
Stylish, handy, uncomplicated: the new mandoline slice and grate set and ceramic peelers from Kyocera will help you master even the most stressful Christmas cooking
Kyoto/Neuss − Whether in the run up to Christmas or over the holiday period, peeling carrots and potatoes and grating cheese may not be the most popular kitchen jobs, but they are still an essential part of the festive season. With its colorful new kitchen accessories, Kyocera is brightening up these tasks. Its peelers are suitable for left- and right-handed users, because the double-edged blade means they can be used to peel in any direction. The new mandoline slice and grate set also provides the solution to some age-old kitchen problems: the julienne slicer and grater come as a set with a storage box that doubles as a container for the sliced and grated food. The silicone studs on the underside of the storage box prevent it from slipping while you are grating, making the work far more comfortable. The set also includes a finger guard.