400 nits could be bright enough to stay with you to work while you play.
Do you think that this is the future of gaming?
Do you really have the desk space for all this? Yeah, we'd make room for it too.
Don't we all love how cool prototypes look?
This could be the world's first laptop slider.
MacBook Pro is back in matte.
Dell's 'fine' deals turned out to be costly for the PC maker.
EVGA has interest the display market with its dual-monitor InterView.
Glassy screens be gone... please?
Windows 7 brings Surface home.
Those 'fine' deals could cost Dell.
Alienware's new monitor is a... monitor.
It can sense you.
Panel makers at Computex are this year displaying all kinds of tasty multi-touch screens with support for Windows 7.
NEC’s curved 43-inch monitor made a pretty big splash when the company first announced it. Now this beautiful monitor has a price and a release date and we find ourselves shying away.
Finally, a way to compute outside in the blistering sunlight.
Hitachi today demonstrated what it said will bring prices of LCD panels down significantly, while bringing quality up: hot cathode fluorescent lamps, or HCFL.
Could this be the next generation of laptop displays?
LG Display announced earlier this morning that it has successfully created the "world's thinnest" 42- and 47-inch LCD TV panels, measuring only 5.9 mm (.23 inches) thick.
Shinoda's 145-inch plasma display boasts a thickness of 1mm, and is even capable of a 720p resolution.
Apparently PC widescreen displays aren't wide enough
With a recession in full swing and 3-D display adoption at a crawl, Philips has decided to axe its 3-D display division.
JVC is set to showcase its new 46-inch 3D monitor next week at the NAB show, however the device isn't necessarily geared towards the mainstream consumer... especially the wallet.
Maximum PC didn't feel like shelling out $12,000 for Microsoft's Surface technology, so the staff made its own multi-touch table PC for only $350
Dell finally makes good on its promise of outfitting the Mini 10 netbook with a 720p-capable screen.
I remember when my 12-inch yellow monocrhome CRT monitor was the pinnacle of desktop display technology. Alas, those memorable days are gone.