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Philips Launching 2-in-1 Monitor This Fall
Jun 4, 2014 - in News
Philips is debuting a 2-in-1 monitor this fall.
Philips Intros Quad HD, UltraWide Monitors
May 28, 2013 - in News
Three new high-quality monitors are now available, two for professions and one for PC gamers.
Philips Launches Two 29-inch 21:9 AH-IPS Monitors
Apr 24, 2013 - in News
Phillips has rolled out two almost identical 29" AH-IPS W-LED 21:9 monitors.
Philips Debuts USB 3.0 External SSDs
Mar 19, 2013 - in News
Philip's Portable Solid State Drives feature USB 3.0 ports and a slim form factor.
21 Consoles And Handhelds That Crashed And Burned
Jan 10, 2013 - in Picture Story
Video game history is littered with consoles that were epic fiascoes. Most were just bad platforms that either lacked in performance, compelling games, or a true market niche. But some had a good chance at success and were murdered by bad management.
New Networked LED Bulb Provides Wireless Light Control
Oct 31, 2012 - in News
Philips just announced its smart light bulb, which can be programmed via WiFi connectivity and smartphone/tablet apps. Users can adjust the brightness as well as the color.
Philips Launches ErgoSensor Monitor, Tracks User Posture
Apr 10, 2012 - in News
Philips is expanding its Brilliance LCD monitor line with ErgoSensor technology, which can now offer advice to improve user behavior.
In Pictures: External Data Storage Through The Ages
Apr 5, 2012 - in Picture Story
Although we sometimes have a hard time acknowledging hardware more than a few years old, external PC storage has been evolving since the early 1900s. Let's take a walk down memory lane and remember back to how various technologies rose and fell.
On The...Torture Rack? LaCie's Unbreakable USB Thumb Drive
Oct 13, 2010 - in Picture Story
Today we have a set of test lines up that are certainly not par for Tom's Hardware: we're putting LaCie's XtremKey through hell and back using an oven, ice, propane and dimethyl ether, acid, a five-story building, a blender, fire, and the Tom's Hammer.
Display Power Consumption: CRTs Versus TFT-LCDs
Aug 19, 2010 - in Reviews
An increasing number of flat panel displays are based on LED backlighting, and their manufacturers aren't shy about promoting the technology's benefits to power consumption. We checked the claims to see if the promised savings are worth emphasizing.
Deals for May 13: Xbox 360 Elite Bundle @ $325
May 13, 2010 - in News
Need pants? Check out this deal for Banana Republic.
3DTV Coming to Blu-ray, Philips Demonstrates
Aug 25, 2008 - in News
While 3DTV could be the next big thing and a standard for it is being looked at using Blu-ray, Philips gets impatient and shows us how it's done