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Monitors are the part of your computer you interact with the most. Tom's Hardware provides the benchmarks and information you need to de-mystify the specifications and technologies of current monitors, allowing you to find the perfect monitor for your application.
Your 1080p HD TV is being phased out.
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This two-point touch display from ViewSonic will arrive just in time for Microsoft's launch of Windows 8.
ViewSonic has introduced three new "frameless" displays in the VX70Smh-LED series.
A TV worth dreaming about.
At CEATEC, Futaba is showcasing a bendable OLED screen in a prototype watch.
Best Buy is currently offering this 27-inch IPS display for $369.99 with free shipping.
Twenty four 55-inch displays are stacked together to create the ultimate MultiTaction cell display.
Intel may buy a stake in Sharp to use the company's IGZO displays in Ultrabooks.
Hp has revealed a new set of desktops and laptops featuring Windows 8.
Intel's latest WiDi technology will allow content to be passed from one device to another directly using a Wi-Fi connection -- no wires or network needed.
This patent shows an Xbox peripheral that can project a virtual environment into any room without visual disruption from the player or furniture.
It's like an AIO PC, but based on a TI OMAP4 SoC and Google's Android 4.0 operating system instead.
Sony is entering the VR headset race.
Consumers wanting Sony's 84-inch monster 3D 4KTV can pre-order it starting Thursday.
Who needs 84 inches when you can have 103!
Taking VR head tracking to the next level.
Turning off pixels you don't need can save substantial power consumed by an OLED display.
Sony's rumored monster HDTV is now officially heading to the States later this year.
During IFA 2012, Samsung will reveal its stackable square displays, and its transparent display.
3D display uses gigapixel technology to create an immersive visual experience.
This new 27-inch display cranks out a 2560 x 1440 resolution, and can be positioned vertically for a tall viewing experience.