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.
When it comes to screen real estate the rule is more is always better. The more pixels the more you see without scrolling - whether gaming, designing, programming, word processing, or anything else. Of course, the more pixels the smaller your text, so a quality monitor is essential. PRISM+ has released a 34in curved monitor with an incredible 144Hz refresh time, the XQ340 Pro - and it’s surprisingly affordable too!
When you need a high-performing monitor, this may-well be the one.
Apple launched the thin strip Touch Bar four years ago, but ASUS has launched what effectively is a full width half-size additional monitor above the keyboard on its new ZenBook Duo Models, dubbed ScreenPad Plus.
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.
When technology becomes so ubiquitous and advanced that it melts into the background of life and even becomes invisible, that’s the ultimate “new normal”, but before we get there, Samsung’s “new normal” is here.
Samsung’s new Quantum Dot, 1080p, curved 27” monitor sets new standards for computer monitors in colour, depth, detail, and responsiveness. It will challenge your preconceptions about how good a monitor can be.
HP’s Z series monitors are for serious users, artists, photographers, CAD and those who want as close to true colour and perfect geometry as possible.
If you’ve ever played PC games and have suffered non-smooth, stuttering graphics, you need a monitor with AMD FreeSync technology, with Lenovo now in the game.
HEERO is a visual monitor and power controller that enables any standard electrical device to be monitored via a smartphone app and switched on or off.
LG has launched its stunning new Ultrawide, Ultra HD, curved and flat monitors in Australia, for business and gaming
AOC Gaming has released a new range of IPS, TN, LED, 2560 x 1440, gaming monitors – one of which supports 165Hz NVIDIA G-SYNC/Radeon Free-Sync for flicker/judder/stutter/motion/blur-free performance.
If it is possible to covet an inanimate piece of technology this is it - amazing! I want/need one.
AppDynamics lets companies proactively monitor, manage, analyse and optimise the performance of their apps in complex environments, in real time.
The latest BenQ monitors to go on sale in Australia include one finished in 'pure white' instead of the usual piano black.
It's not obvious from the photo, but this Panasonic TH-98LQ70 measures a whopping 98in.
Apple has filed a patent for a potentially game-changing device -a tiny desktop computer that uses a small projector and a nearby wall instead of a monitor.
The U.S. Patent Office has published an Apple patent for a display that would use printing colors rather than monitor colors.
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