What do you expect from this year's Computex?
Kopin today introduced the Golden-I Infinity smart screen, a voice and gesture-controlled wearable device that works with Android and Windows 10 devices.
We’ve already explained in depth what HDR or “High Dynamic Range” is, but here’s what you need to know when you’re shopping for an HDR-equipped display.
Philips announced a massive 43” monitor, the Momentum, that is capable of hitting 1000nit peak brightness for true HDR compatibility.
Given the choice, which of these leading high-speed display interfaces should you be using for PC gaming? The Tom's team explains HDMI vs. DisplayPort.
With its wide-gamut, native 10-bit color, full-array LED backlight, and HDR support, the PA32UC is geared for photographers, videographers, and enthusiasts of high-quality imaging alike.
As you would expect, CES saw the introduction of several new monitors from the usual suspects. Dell, HP, LG, Lenovo, and MSI revealed a bevy of displays to feast our eyes on.
It’s actually called the “bezel-free kit,” and it performs its magic trick using no active electronics of any kind. It’s literally just an optical illusion.
AOC's new 16” USB-C Monitor is priced just under $200, serving up a sizable amount of screen real estate for a portable IPS panel for productivity on the go.
Acer introduced the BM320 ProDesigner monitor. It’s a 32” IPS panel with Ultra HD resolution, an Adobe RGB gamut, 10-bit color, and a factory-certified calibration.
iPad or Surface too small? Then check out Dell’s new P2418HT. It’s a 24-inch 10-point touchscreen with FHD resolution and an IPS panel. Today we’ll put it through our benchmark and usability tests.
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