Your next gaming monitor or OLED TV might have a ClearMR label: Here's why it's important that it does

Your next gaming monitor or OLED TV might have a ClearMR label: Here's why it's important that it does

It should offer a more reliable and understandable metric for evaluating motion clarity.
Guide to DisplayPort 2.1: How to get the most out of the new Ultra-High Bit Rate (UHBR) transmission modes

Guide to DisplayPort 2.1: How to get the most out of the new Ultra-High Bit Rate (UHBR) transmission modes

When it comes to picking a video cable to connect our gaming PC to our viewing screens of choice, there are only two choices: DisplayPort and HDMI.
LG’s UltraGear gaming monitors are the world’s first VESA AdaptiveSync-certified panels

LG’s UltraGear gaming monitors are the world’s first VESA AdaptiveSync-certified panels

LG’s UltraGear 27GP950 and 27GP850 were able to meet the new, rigorous standards set out by VESA.
DisplayPort 2.0 cables will sport clear labels to avoid HDMI 2.1 confusion

DisplayPort 2.0 cables will sport clear labels to avoid HDMI 2.1 confusion

This is a move in the right direction, but will VESA mandate these labels?
LG’s space-saving, swivelling 4K UltraFine Ergo monitors now available in Singapore

LG’s space-saving, swivelling 4K UltraFine Ergo monitors now available in Singapore

They aren’t just colour-accurate 4K monitors - these panels come with a tiltable clamp mount, which is great for tidier desks at home or in office.
VESA confirms that the DisplayHDR 2000 specifications on some Taobao listings are false
DisplayPort Alt Mode 2.0 will work with USB 4

DisplayPort Alt Mode 2.0 will work with USB 4

With DisplayPort Alt Mode 2.0, it’s possible to drive 8K @ 60Hz refresh rate with HDR over USB 4/USB-C.
VESA adds new DisplayHDR 1400 tier for eye-searingly bright monitors
VESA updates its DisplayHDR spec to include laptop and OLED displays
The Philips Momentum is a 43-inch HDR gaming monitor with a 1,000 nits peak brightness

The Philips Momentum is a 43-inch HDR gaming monitor with a 1,000 nits peak brightness

The Philips Momentum 436M6VBPAB is a 43-inch gaming monitor with a crisp 3,840 x 2,160-pixel resolution and a peak brightness level of 1,000 nits.