Asus teases its first ever 27-inch OLED gaming monitor, featuring a 240 Hz refresh rate and a 1440p resolution.
The Corsair Xeneon Flex is a bendable 45-inch QHD monitor that will cost $1999 and be available to pre-order starting Dec. 15.
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AOC’s newest Agon 5 monitors use 27-inch 1440p screens, one with a QD-IPS panel and the other with a VA panel. Performance highlights include 240 Hz refresh rates and 1 ms GtG response times.
BenQ expands its Mobiuz gaming monitor family with two competitive 27-inch entries. The EX270M is FHD, while the EX270QM bumps the resolution to QHD.
ASRock has built a new accessory that turns your side panel into a secondary 1080P IPS display with a 13.3’ panel from a laptop.
Nex Computer’s latest screen extending device joins the NexDock and NexMonitor in the firm’s product portfolio.
VESA has worked with partners to ensure all previously certified DisplayPort 2.0 products are certified for v2.1.
2022 is going to be an annus horribilis for fast refresh, fast response screens, reckons TrendForce, but the segment should return to growth in 2023.
Samsung's new Odyssey OLED G8 gaming monitor is packed with smart TV features that let you use it without a PC.
The new UltraGear display is based on the same panel as the flexible Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 OLED, but LG has decided to market its ‘45GR95QE’ in a fixed 800R configuration.
Corsair reveals brand new ultrawide monitor that can bend from a flat display into a curved display.
4K OLED panels are G-Sync compatible, offer deep blacks, wide color gamut, up to 138 Hz refresh rates, and 0.1ms response times for immersive fast-paced gaming.