Saturday, March 17, 2018

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CES 2018

MSI Showcases Optix MPG27CQ Gaming Monitor With RGBs at CES 2018

Since we are in between launched of both graphics cards and processors MSI did not have a whole lot of new things to show off at CES this year, but one thing they had was their brand new Optix MPG27CQ Gaming Monitor. One of the coolest things about this display is that it has a row of RGB LEDs on the front, which are not just there to look good, but can also give you a visual aid in games, giving you a live view of health, ammo, and more.

Hardware News

Samsung Unveils First Thunderbolt 3 QLED Curved Monitor

Samsung Electronics will expand the connectivity and performance capabilities of its signature curved display line-up with the debut of its new CJ791 monitor, the first curved monitor to feature Intel's Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Designed for entertainment and business audiences, the 34-inch CJ791 model aligns single-source power and processing speed with an exceptional picture quality for a comfortable and productive user experience.

The $12 RGB Strip For Your Monitor

The $12 RGB Strip For Your Monitor

One of the easiest upgrades you can do for your PC Setup is adding an RGB LED Strip to the back of your display. This not only adds some really cool light to your setup, but it has also been proven to reduce eye strain and fatigue. If you are at your computer for any long period of time this is definitely an upgrade you are going to want to make and we are going to show you how to do it for only $12!

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Samsung Working On 32:9, 29:9 Ultra-Wide Panels

As we know Samsung is all about ultra-wide displays and they are now working on what are being called Double Full HD monitors. These will allow users using VR headsets to have their field of vision almost filled with screen real estate. One of the new panels Samsung is working on is 49-inch wide, 32:9, 3840x1080 display.

Samsung CF791 34-Inch Curved Widescreen Monitor

Samsung CF791 34-Inch Curved Widescreen Monitor Review

When it comes to building a PC one thing that we overlook most of the time is our display, I've even done this in the past. If you think about it your display is something you look at daily for hours on end so it is probably a good idea to pick out a monitor that suits your needs and you are going to like. I have been using two 24-inch 1080p displays for a couple of years now and honestly I did not have much of an issue with them at all. I had been looking into ultra-wide displays for a while and talking with Samsung they said they had just the display for me to check out, it was their CF791 34-Inch Curved Widescreen unit. It represents the perfect balance between a display made for productivity and one made for gaming. On the productivity side you have a 34-inch WQHD (3440x1440) display that makes use of Samsung's Quantum Dot technology and has a 3000:1 contrast ratio. On the gaming side of things you have a 100 Hz refresh rate, 1500R curve, 4ms response time, and AMD Freesync. Can this monitor make me ditch my dual-monitor setup? Read on as we find out!

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