Japan Display Inc. has unvelied a display that reportedly blows other high-definition displays, including Apple's Retina display, out of the water.
If you've been looking for a stylish, yet high-end display, then maybe Samsung has what you've been waiting for in its new Premium Smart Monitor 970, also known as the S27B970 LED monitor. This 27-inch display sports a lot more style than your average PC monitor, although it's not exactly what we'd call cheap.
It has been rumoured that LG is now building a production line for flexible OLED screens which is setting them back around US $176 million. Supposedly their first wave of flexible (unbreakable?) OLED displays will be 730 x 460mm, but it is yet to be established when LG plans to have its preparations finalized and
The USB-IF might not approve of the MHL standard, but it isn't stopping mobile handset markers from using the standard. One limitation so far though is that you need to use a dongle to connect your phone or tablet to a display of some kind, but this might soon be another accessory we won't need,
Today in Shanghai, technology giant HP has announced 30 new products designed for the business users which include EliteBook Folio 9470m Ultrabook, the durable EliteBook P-series notebook PCs, as well as desktop PC series consisting of Compaq Pro 4300 Business Desktop and All-in-One PC, Compaq Pro 6300 and Compaq Elite 8300.
When it comes to professional monitors, brands like Eizo, Mitsubishi and NEC springs to mind, but Asus is trying to make some room for its range of ProArt displays in this high-margin market space. The latest addition is the PA2428Q which is an updated version of the PA246Q and carries on the tradition of using
ASUS Singapore has unveiled the VG23AH LCD monitor that is designed to provide users with well-rounded and personalized entertainment and gaming experience. The ASUS VGA23AH will be available in June.
Although we wrote about it all the way back in January, Intel reiterated the fact that the company wants to push up the resolution of the displays we're using, no matter the device. Now it appears that Sharp might be the first display maker to actually meet Intel's 2013 target resolution of 3840×2160 thanks to its
It has been determined that Eizo will be showcasing an LCD monitor at NAB 2012 (running from April 14 to 19) which offers up a 4K resolution. The FDH3601 monitor comprises a 36.4-inch sized screen with 10-bit colors, while its biggest, boldest feature is the super high 4,096 x 2,160 resolution.
If you're looking for a new LCD monitor for your home PC, check out this new Philips 23-inch Moda that features a stylish design with LightFrame technology that claims to reduce eye fatigue and improves concentration.
Samsung has officially launched Samsung Display, its spun off display business, which became the world's largest display manufacturer overnight.
Despite the fact that Intel has been banging its drums about support for up to three displays on the upcoming 7-series motherboards in combination with a shiny new Ivy Bridge based CPU, this isn't likely to be the case. The simple reason behind this is that very few, if any motherboards will sport a pair
MMD, a wholly-owned company of TPV through brand license agreement with Philips, have announced the new Philips C-Line Blade 2 monitor that features an ultra-slim 12.5mm display, IPS display technology that claims to deliver superior images and color reproduction.
From this week onwards, nothing is same again – if you want better resolution AND better aspect ratio format, go smaller! What's going on with this world?
A Japanese company by the name of RATOC has just unveiled its "REX-USB3HDMI" display adapter which provides a single HDMI output via connection to a USB 3.0 interface. Connecting over USB 2.0 is also possible, but one should expect less than smooth results in this instance.
The board of directors at Samsung has approved a plan to spin off its ailing Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) business.
A Japanese company going by the name of Sanko has come up with a USB 3.0 to HDMI adapter that is significantly smaller than any other we've seen before, measuring just 48 x 87 x 11 mm (WxDxH).
I-O Data is readying up a new 23-inch IPS based monitor for launch at the end of the month, initially set to arrive in the Japanese market at an equivilent cost of about US $347.
If you never heard about a MicroOLED, think again. Based in the heart of French Silicon Valley, next to SOITEC and STMicroelectronics, MicroOLED is creating next-gen OLED display for professional devices.
It seems like monitor manufacturers are finally starting to move away from TN panels with recent arrivals of several affordable IPS panel based displays from a wide range of manufacturers. ViewSonic has joined the fray with its new VX2336s-LED model which as the name implies features an LED backlit IPS panel featuring what ViewSonic calls