When it comes to monitors, the majority of displays out there come with a standard base refresh rate of 60Hz. There are some that are designed for gamers that offer up faster refresh rates like 144Hz, but in case that’s still not enough for your needs, you might want to check out Alienware’s latest monitor offering.
Some might think that all monitors are the same and that the main difference is mostly in resolution, but that’s not true. There are some monitors that are catered towards professionals like photographers or video editors who might need more accurate colors displayed on their screens, while gamers might appreciate monitors with faster refresh rates and response times.
When it comes to monitors, it typically does not discriminate between operating systems. As long as you have the right cable and connector, you should be good to go whether you’re using a Windows PC or a Mac computer. However, sometimes there might be some monitors better optimized for certain platforms, like LG’s UltraFine 5K display for Macs.
Xiaomi is probably best known for creating smartphones, but in case you did not know, Xiaomi has actually created a bunch of other kinds of products like smart bulbs, screwdriver sets, air purifiers, and so on. They have even dabbled in monitors, and according to the latest reports, it seems that we can soon expect a 27-inch gaming monitor from the company.
Not all monitors were created equal. If you’ve ever wondered why some monitors are priced more than others, or why some monitors were created for specific purposes in mind, there is a reason. When it comes to gaming, typically gaming monitors feature faster refresh rates and lower response times.
The size of our smartphone displays have come a very long way since back in the day. However, we imagine that there probably still several instances where we wished we had a bigger screen. Now according to a report out of Korea, it seems that both Samsung and LG could be working on a solution.
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.
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.
Samsung is known for its curved or ultra-wide monitors fit for gaming. A while back, they offered several budget curved monitors for gaming as well.But, now, with CES 2020, Samsung revealed a new Odyssey gaming monitor line up.The line up includes two different models – both offering a 240 Hz display.The curved QLED monitors are G9 and G7 respectively. With G9, you will get a 49-inch curved ultra-wide monitor and […]
Alienware already offered high-end 27-inch and 25-inch gaming monitors for the best possible experience. However, right before the CES 2020, it revealed an overhaul of the existing Alienware 25 gaming monitor.
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.