With regular consumer-grade displays, the refresh rates aren’t particularly high because to be honest, not everyone sees the need for it. However, if you’re working professionally or if you’re a gamer, then having higher refresh rates can actually be useful and could also give you a slight advantage.
In the TV market, Samsung and LG are two of the more prominent makers of OLED televisions, but it looks like we can add yet another manufacture to the list in the form of Vizio. At CES 2020, the company announced that they will be adding OLED TVs to their lineup, where the 2020 lineup includes a variety of TVs ranging from low-end to higher-end OLEDs.
These days we’re seeing an increase in the adoption of curved displays. If you believe that gaming or watching movies feels more immersive on a curved monitor, then you might want to check out Lenovo’s latest display offering which comes in the form of the Lenovo G32qc Gaming Monitor.
One of the things that we can always count on companies to announce and showcase at CES would be display technologies. Every year, companies such as LG show off brand new exciting display tech that find their way into all kind of products and applications, and this year will be no exception.
Every year, companies try to reduce the bezels on their TVs as much as possible. There are still bezels, but they’ve become so thin that they’ve become almost imperceptible. However, come CES 2020, Samsung might be turning the industry on its head where the company is rumored to launch a zero bezel TV.
CES 2020 will be taking place next week. This is an exciting time of the year because CES is easily the largest consumer electronics show in the year. Many companies usually take this opportunity to announce new products, show off prototypes that they’re working on, along with various concepts and ideas that they are working on. (photo courtesy of CTA)
If you’re in the market for a new monitor for either work or gaming, LG has you covered. Making an announcement ahead of CES 2020, LG has taken the wraps off their brand new 4K LG UltraFine Ergo and UltraGear Gaming monitors which the company claims are being aimed at working professionals and gamers alike.
Apple recently put its new Pro Display XDR up for sale. This is clearly not a monitor aimed at casual users because at an asking price of $5,000, it definitely puts it well out of reach for the vast majority of customers who might not necessarily have the need or see the need to spend so much money.
Apple’s Pro Display XDR is now available for pre-order and if you’ve been following the reports, you know that the display itself will cost a whopping $5,000 (without the stand). However, despite that price, the display does not come with a webcam built into it which means that if you wanted to do video conferencing, you’d be out of luck.
Earlier this year, Apple announced their new Mac Pro desktop computers as well as the new Pro Display XDR. If you have been looking forward to either of these devices, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple finally has a release date for both of them and it is currently set for a release on the 10th of December.
Not all monitors are made equal. While many share similar sizes and resolution, it is the finer details in which monitors differentiate themselves from each other. For example, some monitors might come with a faster refresh rate that gamers might prefer, while others might come with features that photo or video editors can appreciate.
Earlier this year during CES 2019, Razer officially threw their hat into the display ring when they announced the Razer Raptor monitor. In case you missed the announcement, basically this is Razer’s take on gaming monitors. Given that the company already makes all kinds of accessories and peripherals, this doesn’t really come as a surprise.
At CEATEC 2019, we had a good look at the Kyocera / Glo next-gen micro-LED display technology in the form of a 1.8-inch display (0.7mm thick) that reaches an amazing 3000 NITs brightness, according to the company.
Did you know that over time, OLED displays can cause burn-ins? In case you’re not familiar with the concept of burn-in displays, basically it happens when you leave images on your display that are static for prolonged periods of time. Eventually, that image will be “burned” into your display, so that even when new content is display, there will be a faint ghost of the previous image overlaid on top […]