Mr. Paul Hill is a seasoned expert on public policy and consumer finance. As the Executive Vice President for Policy at The Community Bankers of America, he is responsible for the bank’s advocacy, regulatory and legislative efforts on public policy matters. He led a team of U.S. and international private sector experts to help craft the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) final Consumer Bureau Act, and he has also served as a senior advisor to the CFPB and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Most recently, he has served as a member of the CFPB’s Consumer Advisory Council.
Mr. Yang Liu is a seasoned executive with 15 years of experience in an array of industries including technology, finance and investment banking. Mr. Liu served as the Chairman of the board and the Chief Executive Officer of Color Star Technology Co. Ltd, a Nasdaq company, from March 2019 to July 2020. Through a series of acquisitions and dispositions, he successfully transformed the company from a traditional Chinese manufacturer into a global technology company in education and entertainment. He also served as the CEO at Wave Sync Corporation, an OTC technology company from July 2017 to August 2018.
The screen is great. The 8:9 aspect ratio allows for a lot of real estate in a tablet, and it's a brilliant screen. Though it has a resolution of 1280x768 (a little less than that of the Acer Iconia W3-810 Windows 8 tablet), it's sharp and the colors are vibrant. The main drawback is the lack of a full-blown Full HD 1080p screen. The display is displayed at 1280x768, which is more than the 1,280x720 resolution of the iPad, and less than the 1,920x1,080 resolution of the Surface 2; but this is still a 1080p screen, and the pixel density is still much more than that of an iPad or Surface 2. The screen has a matte finish rather than the glossy finish of the Lumia 1520. The screen needs a protective glass and it's quite slippery to hold as a result. That said, it makes for a very comfortable device to hold, with a wide-angle view which lets you get the whole screen in your grasp, rather than having to hold it at a particular angle. 827ec27edc