A shortage of inexpensive display driver chips has reportedly delayed production of everything from LCD panels to new cars.
Kopin today introduced the Golden-I Infinity smart screen, a voice and gesture-controlled wearable device that works with Android and Windows 10 devices.
Philips announced a massive 43” monitor, the Momentum, that is capable of hitting 1000nit peak brightness for true HDR compatibility.
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.
iBuypower revealed that its LCD side paned-equipped Project Snowblind has graduated from a concept device to a real thing.
At CES, Dell unveiled its own Surface Studio competitor, the "world's first" UHD 8k monitor, and an all-in-one with an integrated soundbar.
Acer announced three new Predator displays that boast extraordinarily high refresh rates of 200Hz or higher. They also feature support for G-Sync to improve your gaming experience.
Dell announced a 2-in-1 variant of the popular XPS 13 clamshell-type notebook, along with the "world's thinnest" monitor, ahead of the CES.
AOC announced that its Agon-series gaming displays are coming to the U.S. in the form of two 27-inch QHD monitors. Meet the AG271QX and AG271QG.