So, 10-bit color: It's important and new, but...what is it?
The LG DualUp Nano IPS Square Double QHD (2,560 x 2,880) monitor has been released at last. It is equivalent to two seamless 21.5-inch 16:9 displays and costs $699.
The InnoCN 13.3-inch K1F and 15.6-inch A1F are both selling for less than $200 after instant discounts.
Samsung cuts production of LCDs earlier than expected as price drops affect business viability. Samsung will redirect display making resources into QD and OLED development and manufacture.
LG's UltraGear 48GQ900 is a 48-inch OLED gaming display with a 4K resolution and a 138Hz refresh rate.
Asus's 24-inch 1080p 500 Hz 'E-TN' panel could give competitive eSports gamers and advantage with easier moving target tracking, minimal ghosting, and reduced system latency.
The Predator XB273K LV takes 4K to 160Hz, while the SpatialLabs View provides glass-free stereoscopic 3D.
We first heard talk about these displays last summer, so it is gratifying to see them being demonstrated, and being prepared for both desktop (24 inch FHD) and laptop (16 inch FHD) PC eSports gamers.
This monitor can easily double up as your TV with its Android OS, fast refresh and response times, punchy contrast with 132 FALD zones, and quantum dot color with 96% DCI-P3.
Asus reckons it is the perfect size to fit between your keyboard and large desktop monitor. This 1920 x 550 IPS display has a built-in stand for horizontal or vertical orientation.
The latest stylish member of this family for gamers and creators has Display HDR 1400 certification, and a 97% PCI-P3 gamut.
Lenovo first showed the Legion Y25-30 off at CES 2022 and it's now ready to launch this attractively priced well rounded gaming display.