Sharp introduces its very own 32-inch 4K Ultra HD monitor based on the company’s new low-power IGZO display. Additionally, the monitor supports pen input, much like the stylus on the Galaxy Note II.
ASUS today announced its first mainstream 4K monitor, the PQ321 True 4K UHD monitor. This LED-backlit 31.5 incher packs four times the pixels of a full HD display and supports 10-bit RGB ‘deep color’ for vibrant, natural looking images.
ASUS announced today the PA279Q ProArt series monitor, a professional 27-inch AH-IPS monitor capable of displaying 99% Adobe Wide Gamut RGB, which comes factory calibrated for maximum out-of-the-box colour accuracy.
For some time, I've been looking to upgrade the Dell U2311H IPS LCD that served as my primary work monitor at the office with something that has more vertical real estate (1080p just doesn't cut it for serious productivity) and better colour reproduction. Enter Asus's PB278Q, a 27" 2560×1440 PLS display with a rather flexible
Korean giant LG is hard at work to demonstrate their latest developments in the field of display technology. Among many other goodies, a special OLED display that is both unbreakable and flexible is in store.
Showcased at CES 2013, the ASUS MX299Q WLED monitor takes the typical widescreen experience to a different level.
In what has been a relatively underwhelming CES 2013 so far (or at least for PC components), Asus has released a plethora of new products, including the ARES II which is the company’s dual slot, water-cooled take on a dual-HD 7970 card (aka 7990).
With over 3-megapixel in the 3rd and 4th generation iPad, followed by 4-megapixel Google Nexus 10, tablets have definitely overtaken any kind of current notebooks, including Ultrabooks and except Apple, in display resolution, not to mention the superior 16:10 format. Any chance for Ultrabooks to stage a comeback on this important front?
Prices for laptop display panels are continuing to fall since the second quarter of this year, according to a report by panel market research firm DisplaySearch, with expectations that prices will remain low in the first half of 2013.
Sharp Corporation and Qualcomm Incorporated will soon be joining forces with a 121 million U.S. dollar investment from Qualcomm.
Samsung is at it again and this time it is with a new type of OLED display that uses less energy. But what makes this new display screen so different is that it will be the first mass-produced display that incorporates flexible OLEDs.
GeChic Corporation presents their new On-Lap 2501M and 2501A mobile display models. These are 15.6-inch LED monitors that can operate efficiently using only power from a USB port.
Airbus is slowly but certainly bringing the next generation aircraft to the skies. The A350 XWB flying prototype (MSN1) recently received its glass cockpit i.e. next-gen controls. The systems were fired on for the first time couple of days ago, with more information about the history slowly coming out.
Had to go to Taiwan or Korea for that super duper LCD monitor fix? Not anymore… China's got some interesting goodies, too, and much more to come.
ViewSonic launched a pair of new VA12 series value-segment desktop monitors, including the 21.5-inch VA2212m-LED and 18.5-inch VA1912m-LED. The two are designed to offer sufficient performance and connectivity for businesses, schools, and government workspaces, at affordable prices.
ASUS is working on a new 27-inch desktop monitor that is capable of 144 Hz refresh-rate, for smoother stereoscopic 3D display. The VG278HE from ASUS is based on an older panel technology, but one that is perfected for the high refresh-rates.
Samsung has teamed up with Corning to build a jointly-owned TFT-LCD glass factory in China that will cost $600 million.
LG Display introduced the IPS7 series of premium desktop PC monitors. The series was given a worldwide launch. The monitors embed IPS LED-backlit LCD panels, with MHL (mobile high-definition link) feature, letting you plug it to smartphones, tablets, and cameras.
Display major ViewSonic released its newest 27-inch desktop monitor targeting small-medium businesses, the VX2703mh-LED. Driven by a conventional TN-film panel, the monitor provides 1080p resolution with a fast response time.
Your typical 10" tablet too small for your tastes? Try the SmartDisplay FT103, a 21.5" Android 4.0 tablet from Japanese computer maker Kouziro that can also be used as a 1080p full-HD display (via micro-HDMI). It does, however, have some serious shortcomings – find out what after the jump.