Subject: Displays | May 25, 2010 - 12:55 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
AnandTech will be the first to admit that there are some sacrifices you have to accept to use the Sceptre X270W-1080P, but most of those will not have any effect on enjoyment during gaming. Consider that a single high end Dell 30" will run you about $1,300 while you can pick up three of these Sceptre LCDs for under
Subject: Displays | May 14, 2010 - 03:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Zalman ZM-M215W 3D Monitor is, as the name hints at, a 21.5" LCD with a 120MHz refresh rate allowing it to display 3D looking images using circular polarization. techPowerUp tested out the quality of this monitor with the help of nVIDIA's active shutter glasses in their latest review. One of the biggest hurdles they had to overcome was the installation of the iZ3D driver, as a default installation will leave you with a timeout error and no 3D. Once that hurdle was overcome their experience
Subject: Displays | May 6, 2010 - 06:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new line of Optima projectors have a new and improved DLP engine and higher resolutions than previous models. At 1280x800 you are getting some nice definition and the Optima GT720 (not to be confused with nVIDIA products), supports TI's DLP Link and Nvidia's 3D Vision so you can game or watch movies in 3D. It even comes with a backpack to let you easily lug around the 6.5lb projector and show it off to your friends. On the back you will find an HDMI port, S-Video and composite video ports, a set of stereo RCA phono plugs for input, and a stereo miniplug for audio ou
Today we take a look at the Asus Designo Series MS238H LCD Display. Have the innovative design choices Asus has made with this monitor paid off? Read our review inside to find out.
Subject: Displays | April 12, 2010 - 12:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The $250 Samsung B2430is a 24" TN LCD panel with a native 1920 x 1080 resolution. According to InsideHW there are a few flaws, the swivel-less base and the fact that the monitor does not tilt past 90 degrees will make a lot of users turn away in disgust. Samsung tries to overcome this with a feature called MagicAngle which is supposed
Subject: Displays | March 23, 2010 - 05:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you lack the welding skills of Colleen and don't have one in your circle of friends and family, setting up EyeFinity with three monitors can be a little difficult. Levelling three LCD displays can be a bit of a challenge even with identical monitors and the fact that they can move independently
can cause headaches. There are various small companies that offer triple monitor stands but finding one when you are not familiar with the market is daunting. Tweaktown offer
Subject: Displays | March 9, 2010 - 01:30 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Zalman's new Zm-M220W
LCD is a 22" stereoscopic display, giving you a 3D view with the help of nVIDIA's standard stereoscopic driver, but not their active shutter glasses. This LCD does all the work, allowing you to use passive glasses to enjoy the 3D effects. OCMODSHOP tried it out at several trade shows and they offer you a look at the display as well as a list of all of the games that are currently compatible. The monitor runs about
Subject: Displays | February 22, 2010 - 11:34 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Panel technology is something that should get more recognition that it does now. Shopping for a new display tends to be a simple process of picking a size of display and then looking for a good deal, but doing your research before buying a monitor is just as important as researching any other part in your machine.
A Fistfull of Dollars...
Tired of waiting to dump that old CRT based TV and get a shiny, new widescreen LCD panel? Well, the time may finally be here to do that for a large portion of consumers. With LCD panel prices dropping, and old models being phased out for new. I was able to get my hands on the LG 47LH30 widescreen high definition TV for a very attractive price, and thought that I would share my experiences with our readers.
Subject: Displays | February 2, 2010 - 05:43 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The most important things in display reviews have changed over the years, from SVGA or VGA to LCD or CRT to more recent times when the big differences have been limited to native resolution and screen size. There are other statistics which are important, like response times, brightness and viewing angles, as well as the colour gamut if you are into graphics design. Thanks to nVIDIA and a few other companies, the next big thing has arrived which is depth, or 3D. The ViewSonic VX2268WM and