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Displaying items by tag: Curved

Ok, so anyone that has seen curved screens will find Samsung's new Odysseys Neo G9 anything but odd, and when it comes to the best of the best, even the $2,999 price isn't an oddity, even when that price could buy you a PS5, Xbox Series X, gaming PC and still have the odd bit of change to spare.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung's flagship stylus-free smartphone, the Galaxy S10, will launch via keynote at 6am AEDT on Thursday, 21 February in Australia, which is 11am PST, 20 February in the US.

Published in Home Tech

Kogan has just launched a massive 49-inch curved monitor for $999, and a 34-inch model for $649, using Samsung panels, that are, as usual with Kogan, very affordable.

Published in Home Tech

If you like big monitors, Acer has a deal for you – the XR342CK is a 34” curved monitor that not only offers an amazing 34” of 21:9 real estate but is one of the new breed that will display 1.07 billion colours.

Published in Books

LG has launched its stunning new Ultrawide, Ultra HD, curved and flat monitors in Australia, for business and gaming

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 22 October 2015 15:10

AOC 27” Curvy monitor (review)

AOC’s new 27” monitor is curved – just enough to make a difference but not enough to be a nuisance.

Published in Books

LG has amped up the anticipation for its the LG G4, with tons of cool features including Qualcomm’s six-core X-10 LTE 64-bit 808 processor.

Published in Mobility

LG 4K UHD TV event in Sydney showcased new 4K UHD TVs, better colours, better upscaling and plenty more - but no OLED 4K TVs yet.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 16:01

Samsung to release curved display smartphone

Samsung has thrown a curveball into the smartphone market, announcing it will be releasing a smartphone with a curved display in October.

Published in Mobility

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