Samsung has announced the SE370, a new PLS monitor that comes with a wireless charging pad for your mobile devices.
Intel just announced the new Thunderbolt 3 standard that uses the USB-C port and it will be compatible with other protocols such as USB, DisplayPort and PCI Express.
ASUS has announced two new ROG gaming monitors that will support NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. There’s the 34-inch ROG Curved and the 27-inch ROG Swift PG279Q. More details about these new monitors inside.
ASUS has announced the local availability of the 27-inch Designo MX27AQ IPS monitor. Find out more about its price and specifications after the jump.
The ASUS MG279Q now officially supports AMD FreeSync. Read on to uncover more details about this 27-inch, IPS gaming monitor.
Dell has announced the 24-inch P2416D IPS monitor, targeted at a broad mainstream audience that includes office users, photo enthusiasts and gamers. Sporting a Quad HD (2560 x 1440) resolution, the monitor aims to bring crisp, high-quality displays to its customers at a more affordable price.
AMD FreeSync promised open standards and more affordable monitors that would allow gamers to enjoy reduced input lag and the elimination of screen tearing. Fortunately, we've now gotten wind of more FreeSync-capable monitors and their prices from the likes of Acer, BenQ and LG.
Curved displays are all the rage now so it's little wonder that major manufacturers like Samsung are releasing their products fast and furious. The latest in the Korean giant's arsenal? The SE790C and SD590C monitors.
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?
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.