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XFX debuts new triple display stand for gamers

XFX debuts new triple display stand for gamers

When I hear the name XFX, I always think of video cards first. The company is still in the video card market, though it has moved from NVIDIA cards to AMD over the years. XFX has a line of other gear for gamers too that has nothing to do with cards for inside your machine. The latest accessory from XFX is a big monitor stand that will hold three screens and is perfect for the gamer wanting to get AMD Eyefinity gaming action loaded up.

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Our Gigantic Aire LED Black Monitor Contest WINNER!

Our Gigantic Aire LED Black Monitor Contest WINNER!

I have a story to tell you about this monitor. It involves the end of the world, what that ended up being, and how we forged the wilderness for you to have this monitor, oh you winner. It all happened about a week ago when the tides were coming in, our hair was feeling crunchy, and it was time to wake up from a 30 minute binge sleep (the longest any of us are allowed to keep our eyes closed, of course.) We woke up, and there it was, a big hole in the wall where the monitor should be - avast! Said we, pirates on the loose! Therefor we had to take action. This is not a choose your own adventure but it DOES have one happy ending - continue on, crime stoppers!

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Samsung TA950 and TA750 asymmetrical 3D TV eyes-on

Samsung TA950 and TA750 asymmetrical 3D TV eyes-on

Samsung's gorgeous asymmetrical SyncMaster TA950 - and its slightly less striking TA750 sibling - is no stranger to these pages, but with retail availability now locked in we caught up with the 3D monitor/TV hybrids in person. They're no less attractive despite the months between now and their January debut, the TA950 floating neatly on a curving stand while the TA750 juts forward on its more traditional circular foot.

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NEW CONTEST! Win an Aire LED Black Monitor from SlashGear!

NEW CONTEST! Win an Aire LED Black Monitor from SlashGear!

Because we love you, our readers, so much, we have got yet another contest for you! You'll have a chance to win a fabulous Aire LED Black Monitor, thanks to AOC! This monitor features one of the world's thinnest displays, only 12.7mm throughout, with a sleek, piano black finish. We are giving away the 22" version of this HD screen. The monitor can be placed on a desktop, or you can tilt the stand with the press of a button and mount this puppy on the wall. All you have to do is head on over to our Facebook page and be our friend. Read on for all the details.

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Samsung shows off new 2D 750 and 950 3D monitor for 2011

Samsung shows off new 2D 750 and 950 3D monitor for 2011

Samsung has a new monitor that supports 3D content and a 2D screen that has debuted. The cool new screens include the 950 and the 750 series and both will come in normal screens and in versions for HDTV/monitor hybrids. The new screens include the S23A750D 23-inch, S27A750D 27-inch, the S23A950D 23-inch, and the S27A950D 27-inch.

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Samsung Central Station Announced at CES 2011

Samsung Central Station Announced at CES 2011

Samsung is pushing out announcement after announcement, this time focusing on the IT workspace, and presenting prospective purchasers with the notion of a unified desktop hub, which is meant to simplify the entire IT workspace area. The Central Station is meant to bring together multiple aspects of the workspace, ranging from the notebook PC, to the display, to even the network and AV peripherals.

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MMT Monitor2Go 15.4-inch USB secondary display ideal for road-warriors

MMT Monitor2Go 15.4-inch USB secondary display ideal for road-warriors

MMT has outed a new USB external monitor intended for road-warriors desperate for extra screen real-estate. The MMT Monitor2Go is a 15.4-inch, 1280 x 800 folding, twisting secondary display using DisplayLink's virtual GPU technology to hook up via your laptop's USB port rather than a graphics output. It has a built-in stand or can be propped in portrait or landscape orientation.

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