The Vuzix iWear has VR aspirations, but it's best described as a portable home theater system.
After a seemingly-uneventful birthday party, the Radeon Technologies Group alluded to the possible existence and development of FreeSync TVs.
It’s not just the new high-end Predator 21 X laptop (with a curved display) that has Tobii eye tracking; Acer announced three new Predator displays that come equipped with the capability, too.
AOC announced the U.S. availability of its C3583FQ curved gaming monitor. Although it was previously available in Europe, this is the first curved gaming display that AOC has released domestically.
Philips announced a new 4K IPS display featuring an impressive screen size of 43 inches. If nothing else, the new Philips UltraClear 43-inch class 4K Ultra HD IPS LCD display is pretty huge.
GogglePal, a new universally mounted augmented reality heads-up display, allows users to track their stats while skiing/boarding.
Vuzix announced that it has begun shipping the iWear Video Headphones to pre-order customers. The headset is capable of displaying 2D, 3D and VR content from nearly any HDMI source.
Acer announced the release of two ultra-wide displays -- a high resolution 3440x1440 display and a more affordable 2560x1080 model. Both displays are available now in the U.S.
Analogix's SlimPort Nano Console aims to give Android smartphone users more from their smartphone by connecting it to their TVs and monitors through the SlimPort connector.
At ROG Unleashed, Asus announced two new members of the ROG Swift family featuring Nvidia's G-Sync technology.
HoloLens is coming to developers in the first quarter of 2016. However, it comes at the very hefty price of $3,000.