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.
LG’s new gaming displays will certainly appeal to serious gamers. The two monitors are what it claims to be the world’s first IPS monitors that have a one-millisecond response time. These monitors have been launched as part of LG’s UltraGear brand and they will be available in 38 and 27 inch sizes. Both feature 144Hz refresh rate, high screen resolutions, and a virtually borderless design.
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.
Many had thought that it was a bit of a waste that Apple had stopped making its Thunderbolt 3 displays. This is because these displays were great in terms of their color, but also in its design where it seems to fit Apple’s aesthetics perfectly. The good news is that it looks like Apple could be back in the display business.
When Apple announced that they would stop making their own displays, it was kind of a bummer. While they weren’t exactly cheap, the fact that they were designed to look like the iMac did help with the consistency of its design. Instead, Apple teamed up with LG to launch a couple of 4K and 5K UltraFine displays designed specifically for Mac computers.
Several years ago, Apple discontinued its Thunderbolt displays. Instead, they turned to LG who started to make monitors specifically designed for Apple’s computers in the form of 4K and 5K UltraFine displays. However, it seems that maybe Apple’s own displays could be close to making a comeback.
Lenovo is out with a new monitor aimed at professionals who require an ultra-wide display for superior productivity. The Picture-by-Picture mode allows them to manage two video inputs while the Picture-in-Picture made allows for improved multitasking.
It has been a few years since Apple officially discontinued its Thunderbolt displays. LG has since taken over where the company has been producing UltraFine monitors designed for Apple’s computers. However, it seems that Apple could be considering getting back into the display game.
Thanks to LG’s partnership with Apple, the company has in the past put out a couple of UltraFine displays catered towards Mac users. These monitors came in 21.5-inch and 27-inch offerings, but in case those sizes are still not big enough for you, not to worry as LG might have something bigger for you.
#CES2019 – When it comes to choosing monitors, there are monitors created for photo editing, video editing, gaming, and so on, with each monitor sporting different features that cater to different needs. Now if you’re a gamer who is in need of a gaming monitor, then you might be interested in ViewSonic’s latest monitors.
#CES2019 – Razer started out as a company that was mostly known for its gaming peripherals. However in recent times the company has expanded their offerings to speakers, headphones, laptops, and more. Now it looks like we have another product to add to Razer’s lineup in the form of monitors.
If you’re in the market for a new set of monitors, LG has you covered as the company has announced a new lineup of Ultra monitors that is aimed at users who might either need an ultrawide display, or for gamers who might need that extra fast refresh rate for when they are playing games.
Desktops generally tend to be more comfortable to work on compared to laptops, but at the same time we know that there are some users out there who travel a lot and thus laptops are more convenient. However when you’re home or at the office, hooking the laptop up to an external display is a pretty common scenario.
Dell today announced the expansion of its UltraSharp monitor lineup with a couple of new models most notable of which is what the company touts to be the world’s first 49 inch ultra-wide monitor. The curved monitor offers QHD resolution and ultra-wide views aimed at making multi-tasking a breeze.