HD so real you can touch it

Subject: Displays | July 10, 2008 - 11:47 AM |
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OrigenAE has come up with a very interesting idea, the T12 Touch Screen.  It is a 12" widescreen display capable of 1920x1080 and as the name implies, it is a touch screen.  TechPowerUp loved everything about the monitor but the price, though inexpensive touchscreens are few and far between.  Take a look at the review, it may give you a lot of ideas as to how this display could be used.

Source: techPowerUp!

X-bit Labs ever expanding monitor roundup

Subject: Displays | June 23, 2008 - 12:29 PM |
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X-bit Labs have been doing a yeoman's job at trying to compile a huge list of monitors for you to compare.  They are continually expanding the number of round-ups they have for monitors of various sizes, the newest of which is the sixth installment of their look at 20" monitors.  This installment comes with some rather serious warnings about the models from NEC and ViewSonic.

Source: X-Bit Labs

The best monitor for play and productivity?

Subject: Displays | June 12, 2008 - 12:22 PM |
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The ASUS MK241 is 1920x1200
24" monitor with a claimed 2ms (gray to gray)
response time, 3000:1 contrast ratio and a 130% colour gamut.  They also claim that this monitor will be perfect for both gamers and graphics pros, a serious achievement if it is true.  ExtremeTech has some positive things to say, but can't call the monitor perfect.

Source: Extremetech

Post-Computex 2008: Zalman shows 3D display and new mouse

Subject: Displays | June 10, 2008 - 12:06 AM |
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At the show last week Zalman continued to show off their monitor that supports 3D technology from NVIDIA. 


Finally, a use for quad SLI

Subject: Displays | June 4, 2008 - 03:15 PM |
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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.

Source: Hexus

A quick primer on resolution

Subject: Displays | May 23, 2008 - 12:31 PM |
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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.

A change in the matrix can cost you

Subject: Displays | May 15, 2008 - 09:30 AM |
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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

Source: BCCHardware

Grab some extra real estate

Subject: Displays | May 2, 2008 - 10:58 AM |
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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.

Source: AnandTech

Sales cease on Dell 3008WFP 30-incher

Subject: Displays | April 14, 2008 - 09:48 AM |
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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...

Source: engadget

264" of TN displays

Subject: Displays | April 11, 2008 - 09:08 AM |
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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.

Source: X-Bit Labs