Friday, 23 Jan 2015
Rumors surrounding the existence of a 12 inch MacBook Air persist, with photos of the alleged display for the machine circulating online. Want a peek at what Apple's new baby might look like?
Friday, 9 Jan 2015
Samsung, LG and Dell have announced their ultra widescreen, 21:9 cinemascope monitors in the last few days at CES, along with more 4K screens. Not surprisingly, the world's no.1 PC company is making sure they have equivalent models to quench the new trend.
Thursday, 8 Jan 2015
LG's introduced a new line of ultra wide monitors, and one of them is compatible with AMD's FreeSync! More details inside, including QHD+ curved screen monitors.
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
If you've always wanted to see more on your monitor, then Samsung's latest flagship monitor with an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio will offer you a pretty amazing viewing experience. Featuring a curved 34-inch screen, the new monitor unveiled today at CES 2015 is set to hit store shelves this year.
Thursday, 20 Nov 2014
AMD's Freesync is set to completely eliminate screen-tearing in games if everything goes smoothly. Samsung has stepped up to the plate in support of AMD, with plans to release Freesync compatible monitors. Will AMD and Samsung be the driving forces behind one of gaming's next big thing?
Tuesday, 11 Nov 2014
Dell has just announced that its new UltraSharp 27 monitor, which sports a native resolution of 5K (5120 x 2880 pixels), will be available locally this December.
Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014
VESA has finalized DisplayPort 1.3 for audio and video transmission, and it boasts of a maximum bandwidth of 32.4Gbps. Find out what else the new standard entails!
Thursday, 7 Aug 2014
Available in two screen sizes, the VX63Smhl series offers premium features, including native 1080p resolution, 'frameless' bezel, and Mobile High-Definition Link connectivity, at an affordable price.
Tuesday, 5 Aug 2014
Apple has acquired LuxVue, a company working on next-generation micro-LED technology that is said to be brighter and more energy efficient.
Friday, 1 Aug 2014
NVIDIA researchers have found a way to create high-resolution displays by re-purposing lower-resolution ones in what they're terming "cascading displays". Hit the link to find out more.