Subject: Displays | June 10, 2008 - 03:06 AM | Ryan Shrout
At the show last week Zalman continued to show off their monitor that supports 3D technology from NVIDIA.
Subject: Displays | June 4, 2008 - 06:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HEXUS has spotted a Sapphire monitor that is worth showing off! A native resolution of 3,840x2,160 (16:9) will pretty much cripple any graphics card if you could find a game that supported it, and your system might actually need this fan if you actually managed it.
Subject: Displays | May 23, 2008 - 03:31 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Shopping for a new monitor, and are getting frustrated by the enormous amount of choice you have in native resolutions? Trying to figure out if scrimping enough for a 24" monitor is worth it, or if you are fine with a 22" display? Drop by Techware Labs for an overview of the current standard resolutions, and how they compare to HDTV resolutions and other handy tips.
Subject: Displays | May 15, 2008 - 12:30 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
BCC Hardwares takes a look a pair of 24" monitors from Samsung, the (hard to find) ~$380 245B and the ~$560 245T. The price difference really jumps out at you, and the two monitors reflect that in their technology. The 245T has a 6ms response time, the 245B a 5ms, they both offer 1920 x 1200 resolution and can be calibrated to
Subject: Displays | May 2, 2008 - 01:58 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you are looking for a nice big monitor, then AnandTech is the place to visit. They've gather five 24" widescreen LCDs, three are TN panels aimed at consumers and two are S-PVA panels which will appeal more to graphical designers. None of these panels are cheap, either in construction or in price, but gaming at 1920x1200 has some other steep entry requirements.
Subject: Displays | April 14, 2008 - 12:48 PM | Ryan Shrout
Well, don't I feel foolish for buying a 30" monitor that now has a "technical issue" and has been removed from Dell's website? I wonder how long it will take for people to revolt and want an exchange for all the existing 3008WFP monitors...
Subject: Displays | April 11, 2008 - 12:08 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
A full dozen 22" TN monitors are up for review in the second installment of X-Bit Labs 22" LCD round up. Prices for a decent 22" wide screen gaming LCD have hit the $300 mark, a far cry from what they were a year ago. It also helps that you can pick up a graphics card that can handle 1680x1050 in most games for about the same price. Read on to get an idea of the state of the market for those looking to game on a wide screen LCD.
Subject: Displays | March 28, 2008 - 01:49 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Buying monitors has change a great deal in a small amount of time. With three competing LCD types, a plethora of aspect ratios, response times and resolutions, it bears little resemblance to purchasing a CRT monitor. Drop by Madshrimps for some advice on choosing the technology that is best for your viewing needs.
Subject: Displays | March 11, 2008 - 12:18 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Techgage delivered a warning during their review of the ASUS VW222, and that warning was to avoid the monitor altogether. They found the 22" TN panel LCD to be a poster child for every problem that can occur when using that type of LCD. Even with it's fast response rate, poor colour replication and a very noticeable screen door effect real detract from what could have been a good LCD.
You should keep an eye on this review though, ASUS contacted Techgage as they believe that the monitor they tested may have been defective; there will be an update soon.
"The display market is chalked-full of models that fill up the quality spectrum, from sub-par up to high-end. The VW222 falls into the sub-par category, sadly, with overall poor color representation and noticeable screen-door effects, resulting in a model that should not be considered for purchase."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- How to Rotate your Samsung 245BW @ Simon Lau.ca
- Gateway XHD3000 30-inch Wide-Screen @ Techgage
- Princeton VL2018W 20.1-inch Widescreen LCD Monitor Review @ ThinkComputers
- How To Build Your Own Home Theatre Screen @ Ascully
- Asus PM17TU 17inch Gamer LCD Display Review @ PCSTATS
- NEC PlasmaSync 60XC10 60-inch Plasma HDTV @ I4U
Subject: Displays | February 25, 2008 - 02:30 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Soyo used to be a major motherboard manufacturer, although they have moved on many have fond memories of their Dragon series. Now, in a venture with Honeywell, they have released the Soyo Topaz S 24" LCD, a 1920x1200 TFT display with a 6ms refresh. ASE Labs tried it out and found it to have no problems gaming or playing DVDs, or with Linux as the used Ubuntu to test it.