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 […]
These days a lot of jobs rely on us to use computers. This unfortunately also means that we need to stare at screens for extended periods of time, which can cause eye strain. However, if you’re trying to avoid eye strain, then you might want to check out Lenovo’s new Q24i and Q27q monitors.
In the display industry, there are displays made for everyday use, there are displays designed and optimized for gaming, and then there are also displays aimed at the working professional who might have need for a more color-accurate display when editing photos or videos. If you fall into the latter category, ASUS might have something for you.
When it comes to monitors, they’re not all made the same. There are some monitors which are perfectly fine for general purpose, then there are some monitors that are designed for gamers where they offer up faster refresh rates and response times, then there are also monitors designed for video and photo professionals who seek the most accurate color reproduction as possible.
At the moment 4K is slowly becoming the standard in which monitors and displays are being sold at, however, there are some companies who are pushing the boundaries by creating 8K displays. We reckon that it might be a while before 8K becomes widely adopted, although there are probably some professionals in the industry who could benefit from higher resolution screens.
Last year at CES, Samsung took the wraps off a TV called “The Wall”. It was named such due to its sheer size which measures 146-inches, allowing it to span across an entire wall, hence the name. If you thought that a TV that measures 146-inches is big, you’re not wrong, but Samsung has a new “The Wall” TV that would put its predecessor to shame.
Are you in the camp that believes that curved displays make for a better experience than regular flat displays? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that Samsung has recently taken the wraps off its new 27-inch CRG5 curved monitor which according to the company, has been designed for gamers in mind.
According to reports from April and May, it was reported that Apple had pulled the LG UltraFine monitors from their stores. It started with the 4K monitor and then the 5K model. It was speculated that Apple could be done with LG’s UltraFine displays as they prepare to launch their rumored 32-inch 6K display.
One of the perks of working from home is that it typically affords you a larger working space where depending on your needs and preferences, could let you have a dual or triple monitor setup. Unfortunately working on the go doesn’t really present users with that kind of opportunity, or at least until now.
At Inter Bee 2016, I stumbled onto the Sphere 5.2 by Wonder Vision. This display setup is designed to be an immersive display which provides a half-sphere projection surface for any kind of imaging content, whether it is video or real-time 3D. The experience was very enjoyable.