MindMaze's VR platform features brain sensors that gives the players the ability to control the game with their brainwaves.
Razer continues to get more support for OSVR, grabbing big names such as Ubisoft and giving the device more features such as 1080p resolution as well as positional tracking, and augmented reality.
Nearly every monitor manufacturer has a 28-inch TN Ultra HD monitor in its line-up. Today we’re looking at Monoprice’s CrystalPro 4K. Even though it’s based on the same part as its competitors, you get quality that matches or exceeds those displays.
Sony plans to test out the SmartEyeglass on enterprise companies, or those involved in the industrial sector.
VESA has published a new DisplayPort standard -- 1.4a. It incorporates a new segmented display panel architecture, new compression algorithms and resolution support up to 8K.
In the land of value-priced peripherals, Monoprice is king. After adding monitors to its many offerings, we decided to check one out in our lab. This 30-inch IPS LED screen definitely qualifies as jumbo. Today we see how it performs.
We have a fifth 28-inch value-oriented 4K monitor in our lab: Samsung's U28D590D. Based on a familiar TN panel, our benchmarks those this screen to offer remarkable performance for its price.
Yes, curved monitors are a thing now. We got our hands on LG's 34UC97 sporting a 34-inch width, 21:9 aspect ratio and 3440x1440 native resolution. It's pricey; is worth the premium you'll pay to be the first one on your block with this screen, though?
The curve is in at this year's CES with screens in both 16:9 and 21:9 aspect ratios debuting from multiple manufacturers. Dell's new addition to the genre is the U3415W.
Today at CES in Las Vegas, Asus shows off a 4K UHD IPS gaming monitor equipped with Nvidia's G-Sync: the ROG Swift PG27AQ.
Curved monitors seem to be all the rage at CES this year, and Samsung is right in the mix with two entries – the SE790C display and ATIV One 7 all-in-one system.
Leveraging Quantum-Dot technology, Samsung is introducing three new Ultra HD televisions and ushering in a new term – SUHD (Super Ultra HD?).