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NVIDIA has just announced G-Sync, a new technology that aims to solve three problems that have long plagued gamers - lag, stutter and tearing.
The docking speaker returns in the form of the Philips DS3205. Compatible with Apple's iPhone 5 and any other device featuring the Lightning port, can the docking speaker hold its own against the challenge of Bluetooth, wireless speakers in the market? Read on for our findings.
The Blade 2 239C4QB is a 23-inch IPS monitor from Philips and seeks to provide the color fidelity associated with IPS technology to the masses at an affordable price point. It also comes with a host of OSD presets that make the panel suitable for a range of varied usage scenarios.
With brushed-aluminum finishing, the 52PFL9606 Smart LED TV sports Ambilight Spectra XL, which is essentially ambilight LEDs along the top and sides to provide a more uniform glow around the unit. Aesthetics aside, will it impress us? We find out.
With a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, the 23-inch 237E3QPH IPS monitor incorporates a PowerSensor feature designed to save power, has a VGA port and dual HDMI inputs. Read on to find out if this white LED-backlit monitor is worth your money.
The Moda includes a string of Philips technologies and comes in a sleek, glossy finish and die cast aluminum base. Designed to be a premium range of LED monitors, will this model perform as well as its aesthetics?
The best of the four Android compatible additions to the Fidelio range, the Philips AS851 seeks to bring quality audio and docking capabilities to Android users. Armed with 3-inch full range woofers and a new Flexidock system, can the AS851 live up to the Fidelio branding?
Mid-range sound bars need to deliver ease of use and high performance. The Philips HTS7140 is integrated with a Blu-ray player, boasts six 2.5-inch full range drivers and a 6.5-inch subwoofer. Is it the product you need to upgrade your TV audio subsystem and bring home a mini theater?
The Philips Fidelio Primo DS9/10 looks like a good docking station on paper. With its dual 19mm tweeters and dual 3.5-inch woofers, it has the hardware to excel. But how will this member of the Fidelio series hold up when subjected to our battery of tests? Find out now!
With dedicated models aimed at both businesses and consumers, Philips is venturing forth in the monitor market with bold steps. We also got a sneak peek of an interesting health-related technology that would soon make its debut.