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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.

news - JANUARY 6 16

Lenovo's smart monitor is more than just a 4K display.

news - JANUARY 6 16

Alongside a handful of tablets, laptops and convertibles, Lenovo today kicked off CES with the introduction of the ThinkVision Pro2840m.

reviews - JANUARY 2 17

AOC and GeChic recently introduced a pair of portable, USB-powered displays. GeChic’s On-Lap 1502I boasts a 1920x1080 resolution and 10-point multi-touch. AOC’s E1659FWU delivers simplicity and a low price....

news - DECEMBER 30 13

EVGA has released its DisplayPort hub for driving three monitors off a single DisplayPort plug on your desktop or laptop.

news - DECEMBER 21 17

Here's a good touch solution for your Windows 8 rig.

news - DECEMBER 19 42

A chance to try out G-Sync for yourself!

news - DECEMBER 18 27

LG is gearing up for CES and is teasing us with a host of new monitors.

news - DECEMBER 17 35

Here's one of the first displays with Nvidia's G-Sync already installed.

news - DECEMBER 13 4

VESA has certified 65 percent more devices this year over previous years, bringing the annual tally up to 300.

reviews - DECEMBER 12 176

You've forever faced this dilemma: disable V-sync and live with image tearing, or turn V-sync on and tolerate the annoying stutter and lag? Nvidia promises to make that question obsolete with a variable refresh...

reviews - DECEMBER 10 33

As you may have noticed, we've really ramped up our display coverage. Today, we have the pleasure of reviewing NEC's 80-inch V801. Is it a monitor, an HDTV, or both? We tax this beast with our benchmark suite...

news - DECEMBER 8 17

Dell's 21:9 1440p display is going to be big.

news - DECEMBER 2 43

Yes, this is a 24" 4K monitor with an IPS panel.

reviews - NOVEMBER 26 33

Planar sent over its newest QHD screen, the 27" PXL2790MW. This is the sharpest display we’ve ever seen, and one of the most accurate. With high-end styling and a 2560x1440 native resolution, it introduces a...

reviews - NOVEMBER 15 30

Are you looking for a monitor that does it all? Your search may just end with the Asus PA279Q. Wide-gamut, USB 3.0, and color management are only a few of its features. We bring one into our lab to see if it...

news - NOVEMBER 10 15

Sony customers can now purchase the HMZ-T3W personal 3D viewer.

news - NOVEMBER 5 32

BenQ has announced its new 27" gaming monitor with motion blur reduction technology and low-blue light technology.

news - NOVEMBER 1 44

Rumor has it that Nvidia will be exclusively letting Asus use its G-Sync hardware in its monitors.

reviews - OCTOBER 30 29

Last month, we reviewed AOC’s Q2963PM ultra-wide monitor at 2560x1080. Based on the same LG panel, NEC brings us its EA294WMi. Selling for almost twice as much, does this screen offer two times the...

news - OCTOBER 30 29

iiyama has announced its 'new' 19" touch-enabled 1280 x 1024 monitor.

news - OCTOBER 25 3

Iiyama's ProLite X(B)83 HSU series of monitors feature LED Backlit AMVA+ panels and an FHD resolution.

news - OCTOBER 24 25

Asus' new range of gaming monitors will be offered in 1H 2014 and incorporate Nvidia's G-Sync Technology.

news - OCTOBER 21 5

Sharp is commercializing its IGZO panel for smartphones.

news - OCTOBER 19 67

Nvidia has introduced a Kepler-powered chip that fixes V-Sync problems in monitors and games.

reviews - OCTOBER 14 26

Last month, we covered display calibration with the Spyder4Elite. But there are other ways to achieve image accuracy. Today we’ll cover the principles behind monitor calibration and how you can do the same...

news - OCTOBER 13 10

NEC is launching its new GB-R LED powered monitor, which covers a staggering 99.3 percent of the Adobe RGB color space.

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