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LG EA73 UltraWide LED Monitor Review

LG EA73 UltraWide LED Monitor Review

We've got our hands on one of LG's newest in IPS LED display technology here in the LG EA73, one of two such displays with "Ultra Wide" aspect ratio of 21:9 right out of the box. This 29-inch display is made to be of the highest caliber on-desk displays on the market today, offering up 2560 x 1080 pixel resolution and a helpful and (at first) seemingly odd collection of features. Need to connect two different devices to the same monitor and dedicate half the display to each device? This monitor can do that.

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LG foretells imminent future of UHD display panels for low-end TVs

LG foretells imminent future of UHD display panels for low-end TVs

Who would have thought there'd be an end to the seemingly never-ending enlargement of television displays for the home - yet here it is, being warned against by none other than the CEO of LG Display. Han Sang-beom has suggested this week that LG Display, the company he is CEO of at the moment, will guard against "further oversupply" whilst investing in "more premium products." He's made clear that the television hardware industry has been hit by none other than a growing demand for smaller displays - namely those for smartphones and tablets.

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HP Z displays Z27i and Z30i eyes-on

HP Z displays Z27i and Z30i eyes-on

Along with a collection of high-powered mobile workstations, HP has this week revealed a couple of workhorse monitors in the HP Z27i and Z30i. These machines are made for content creators - that's designers, builders, and "knowledge workers" as HP suggests, working in the enterprise and art worlds. Those in need of "exceptional" adjustability, image accuracy to the max, and "mission-critical" reliability: these might just be the beasts for you.

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iPhone with 6-inch display tipped for testing at Apple

iPhone with 6-inch display tipped for testing at Apple

Just as Apple is set to show of their next round of iPhone devices with 4-inch displays - like the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, for example - word has it that they're in testing with handsets as large as 6-inches. A report from the the Wall Street Journal today suggests that sources familiar with the matter have informed them of Apple testing displays for iPhones anywhere from 4.8-inches all the way up to 6-inches diagonally. This would place Apple squarely up against the likes of the HTC One (with it's 4.7-inch display) and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (with it's 5.7-inch display) for a battle that wont begin until next year (at the very soonest).

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