The HyperX Armada 25 and Armada 27 start at $449.
A new motion blur specification has been released by VESA, to more accurately benchmark image quality in motion on all types of displays.
The InnoCN 13.3-inch K1F and 15.6-inch A1F are both selling for less than $200 after instant discounts.
The Predator XB273K LV takes 4K to 160Hz, while the SpatialLabs View provides glass-free stereoscopic 3D.
VESA announces a comprehensive set of testing guidelines that display manufacturers must follow for Adaptive-Sync Display and MediaSync Display certification.
This 27 inch 1440p monitor has an AUO-made AHVA Ultra Speed IPS panel with good color stats, as well as a top refresh rate of 165Hz, 1ms response time, and 576 dimming zones.
Samsung is being mum on pertinent details for the Odyssey Ark, but things are looking pretty good so far.
Samsung is adding to the laundry list of HDR standards that gamers have to keep track of with HDR10+ Gaming.
What was once HDMI 2.1 is now no more. HDMI 2.0 will now be called HDMI 2.1 and all the upgrades to HDMI 2.1 will be "optional" upgrades instead.
VESA has announced the introduction of eDP 1.5 for portable devices which adds new adaptive sync capabilities and power-saving features.
U.S. CFIUS & South Korean Regulators might have stopped the acquisition of Magnachip by a Chinese investment fund.