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Philips Announces The Brilliance 258B WQHD Monitor

Philips has unveiled the Brilliance 258B6QJEB monitor which features a 25-inch WQHD (2560×1440) display, 178 degree viewing angles, 5 ms response time and 350 cd/m² maximum brightness level. The panel is based on AH-IPS technology to…

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Philips BDM4065UC 40″ 4K Monitor Review

Introduction The humble desktop monitor has come a long way since the early days of huge CRT and even the chunky first generation LCD screens. Nowadays we can pick up a new monitor that is thinner…

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Homeland Security Stopped This Library From Making Tor Available to Public

Browsing online became a service that people watched more carefully after Edward Snowden revealed the extent at which our online activity was being monitored, from every web address to the very content of our private and…

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Acer Announces 35″ UltraWide Display and Claims it Can Reach 200Hz

Acer has officially unveiled the 35-inch 21:9 Z35 Predator gaming monitor which features a curved 2560×1080 VA panel and 144Hz native refresh rate. Apparently, the display is capable of being overlocked up to 200Hz and it’s interesting…

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RFID Road Stickers To Help Malaysian Authorities Track Cars

4 years ago it was suggested that people could use RFID windshield tags to help pay for everything from parking to checking if you have permission to actually go into a car park. Seems like Malaysia…

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Intel Plans to Support AMD FreeSync

AMD may win the adaptive refresh format wars based on what Intel is planning to do. Despite being arch rivals in the desktop x86 CPU segment, Intel appears to be backing the VESA Adaptive Sync protocol, more…

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21:9 Monitors – a Viable Alternative to 4k?

Introduction 4K monitors have been touted as the next mainstream standard to replace 1920×1080 displays, but the Steam Hardware survey suggests this may take over a decade. Currently, 34.33% of gamers are using 1920×1080 and 26.89% play at a…

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AOC Reveals U3277PQU and Q3277PQU 32-Inch Monitors

AOC has unveiled its new U3277PQU and Q3277PQU 32-inch Monitors. Though both units share the same aesthetic design, the pair offer different resolution options. The U3277PQU boasts 4K Ultra (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution, whereas the…

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Philips to Display Company’s First 34″ Curved Monitor at IFA

Philips has announced the latest additions to their monitor line-up and intends to showcase the new models at the IFA trade show in Berlin. Included is Philips’ first 34-inch curved monitor which opts for a 3440×1440…

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12K (Triple 4K Monitor) Graphics Test Bench Upgrade Review

Introduction 1080p, 1440p, 1660p, 2160p; just a random bunch of numbers with a ‘p’ after them can mean nothing to some people; however, to gamers it means a whole world of display quality goodness. For the…

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Acer Unveils XR341CK 34-Inch Curved QHD FreeSync Monitor

Acer has expanded its monitor line-up to include a FreeSync version of the XR341CKA. This new model doesn’t require a dedicated G-Sync module and expected to launch in late July with an MSRP of $1,099. In…

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AOC Offer up a Pair of New AMD FreeSync Gaming Monitors

We all take our monitors for granted, we sit in front of them for hours on end looking at cat videos on YouTube. In today’s market, most enthusiasts have moved up to 1440p or great resolution…

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ASUS Release Technicolor Color Certified Monitor

A new monitor being shown off at Computex that is under design and development is the new ASUS PB328QT. This new monitor special is it is the one of the first Technicolor certified monitors on the…

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ASUS Unveils ProArt 4K UHD Monitor at Computex

Computex 2015: ASUS didn’t just have a the Zenfone Selfie in the bag and also unveiled the new ASUS ProArt monitor with spectacular color and 4K UHD resolution. The new 4K UHD monitor provides 100% Adobe…

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Philips Announced BDM3270QP 32″ With QHD AMVA Panel

Philips have just announced the release of a new 32″ monitor, the BDM3270QP. The new features a 2560×1440 resolution AMVA panel that should produce an extra high contrast for living pictures and quality as well as…

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BenQ Releases XR3501 Curved LCD Monitor for Racing Enthusiasts

Racing simulation fans are some of the most dedicated you’ll find, well that actually goes for most real-simulation genres, but this news is more for the racing fans. BenQ has launched their newest monitor and it’s…

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Microsoft’s Band Gadget Finally Lands on the UK Market

Having a desk job is extremely stressing and messes with your body, this is why doctors recommend a minimum of 30 minutes workout per day. This helps relieve stress and keep you in shape both physically…

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NEC Announced 4K 60Hz Capable 65-Inch IPS Monitor

Ultra-High-Definition resolution at 60 Hz, SpectraView Engine and Multi-Picture Mode for enhanced conferencing are just a few of the features from NEC’s newest display, the X651UHD. The 65-inch screen provides crystal clear colours in 4K resolution…

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Dell Unveils P2416D 24-inch WQHD Monitor

Dell has revealed its new P2416D monitor, a WQHD (2560×1440), IPS, TN-film panel. The screen offers 99% coverage of the sRGB palette, a wide viewing angle of 178o horizontal/vertical, and 8ms response time (6ms in ‘fast…

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Diamond USB 3.0 to Multi Display Adapter Review

Introduction There’s no doubt in my mind that if you’re using a computer, you’re using a display of some sorts; a PC isn’t much use without one. Having a single display is fine for most people,…

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Samsung Releasing Five New Curved Monitors

Samsung has launched five new VA panel curved monitors, in sizes ranging from 23.5 inches to 29 inches, and either 3000R or 4000R curvatures. All five panels feature an eye-save mode with reduced blue light levels…

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Philips Announced New 34-Inch 21:9 UltraWide Monitor

MMD Phillips Displays has announced their new addition to the line-up of Philips UltraWide displays, they 34-inch BDM3470UP. The quad HD extra wide resolution is perfect for video editors among others, but especially those want the…

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Want to Play The Order 1886 Without Black Borders? Buy a 21:9 Monitor!

I’ll start this by saying that spending just over $900 on a monitor, such as the LG 34UM95 that this particular reddit user owns, is a damn expensive way to play a game that can’t actually…

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AOC Unveils Latest 27-inch WQHD Monitor

The latest monitor from AOC comes equipped with a WQHD 2560 x 1440 resolution TN panel, a snappy 1ms response time and 27-inches of real estate. AOC promise wide viewing angles of 170° horizontal and 160°…

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Acer Announces Freesync Ready XG270HU Monitor

The upcoming Acer XG270HU gaming monitor will feature AMDs FreeSync technology, a great tool to help eliminate screen tearing and stuttering caused by FPS fluctuations. It comes equipped with a lovely 2560 x 1440 WQHD panel…

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Curved Screens Coming To Desktop Computer

One of the most dividing technological upgrades regarding television screens in 2014 is coming to computer monitors in 2015. The curved television screen, despite some buzz being generated, received a lukewarm and largely disinterested reception by…

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HP Debuts Zvr Virtual Reality Display

HP is taking a step closer to VR and transforms the way we can interact with our computers with the new Zvr Virtual Reality Display. You can rotate, manipulate and navigate 3D images from the 23.6-inch…