Samsung Electronics launched its new curved monitor line-up including CF591 (27-inch model) and CF390 (23.5- and 27-inch models). Samsung’s newest curved displays meet the diverse multimedia and multitasking needs of both professional and individual users, and foster a visually-comfortable environment conducive to long-term use.
According to a report Samsung is putting their finishing touches on a new line of high-speed ultra-wide monitors. These will be some of the first displays to take advantage of DisplayPort 1.3 and give users blazing fast 144 Hz refresh rates on 3440 x 1440 resolutions.
The next generation monitor lineup by ASUS is going to feature NVIDIA G-SYNC technology. The management at ASUS took this up as an intelligent opportunity and was proud to announce their incorporation of NVIDIA’s latest technology which is quite an innovation and will help the company provide better products to the users.
Looking for the highest quality displays which fall under the high end category? You just might be missing the two new ultra wide LED displays recently launched by LG Electronics. These newest creations from LG masterminds feature the “UltraWide” 21:9 aspect ratio and can readily be used for the professional work which often requires multi tasking.
ViewSonic has expanded its VG39 series with the addition of the all new VG2039m-LED, which will be complementary to the VG series models of 22 inches and 24 inches. It follows in the same footsteps of the VG39series with high quality and performance and is perfect for use by professionals who demand higher performance scores from visual displays.
Three latest designed LED monitors are now being offered by Acer America. These LED monitors have the capability of offering ultra high resolution and come in large 27 and 29-inch screens for consumer plus commercial use. These LED monitors possess high pixel density, displaying brilliant images which is just the right medium you need for presentations, gaming, video and social media. On the other hand, these large screens also are very useful while you are working on large spread sheets and viewing two images at once or comparing two word documents. In some cases these monitors can also replace a multi monitor set up.
Older readers may remember a television maker called Admiral. It was started 43 years ago as Admiral Overseas Corporation in Taiwan, but has evolved through time. It switched wholly to monitor production in the 1980s, but reintroduced televisions to its lineup in 2005. While AOC is not quite a household name these days, it’s very likely that most readers have used a device manufactured by AOC’s manufacturer. AOC is the brand of the factory, TPV Technology Limited, the largest display manufacturer in the world. AOC’s products are available in several stores, including RadioShack, K-Mart, Sears, Costco, Staples, and more. AOC showed many products at CES this year, including new computer displays, new televisions, and a line of all-in-one PCs.
Sometimes the best things in life are unmarked or unbranded: Federal Reserve notes, police records, white bags of food at the grocery store, and cheap, generic medicines. Like those, this 22″ widescreen LCD monitor lacks markings or branding, but my keen eye, and Geeks.com’s product page, tell me this is an HP TS-22W7H monitor with HDMI and VGA input. It has speakers, too! Does this monitor shine? Does it display excellently? ThinkComputers finds out.
Apr 29, 2016 0