According to RatedRR, the "XS1 is the largest-caliber Precision Guided Firearm available today." This video demonstrates how its automatic targeting system works over 1,123 yards. That's 0.6 miles (one kilometer.) This is the kind of stuff we only imagined in science fiction movies only a few years ago.
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Behold Fuji's brand new X-S1, cousin to the sublime, retro-inspired X100 and X10 cameras. But unlike the other two, the 26x optical zoom on the X-S1 means it's probably capable of some beautiful shots from a distance.
Calling the X-S1 a "new breed of bridge camera," Fujifilm's snapper has a 26x optical zoom lens and the same 2/3-inch 12-megapixel EXR sensor that's used in the retro-styled X10 model.
It's not every day that you get to check out the world's thinnest LCD HDTV, let alone all three "ultrathins" currently in production, but that's what's going down. Sharp's super insane new flagship, the Limited Edition Aquos LC-65XS1U-S, arrived at my door in a bulletproof shipping container, 138 pounds of metal and…
We saw Sharp's "Limited Edition" Aquos XS1 LCDs at IFA, and now at CEDIA they're official for an as-of-now unpriced US release in October (seeing a pattern here?). The 65-inch LC-65XS1U-S and 52-inch LC-52XS1U-S are 1-inch thin (at their thinnest point), and feature Sharp's RGB LED backlight, which they say improves…