Dell announced their very first display based on IPS or in-plane-switching technology today. It's called the UltraSharp U2410 and it's a 24-inch LCD screen with improved color and accuracy. Read The Full Story
EVGA have announced a new LCD display, the InterView 1770, which offers not one but two 17-inch panels fixed to a single central stand. The 1440 x 900 panels each rotate 180-degrees horizontally, so they can be flipped completely around to show a person sitting opposite you, or clamshell in to fit into a narrow cubicle. Read The Full Story
ASUS have announced a new range of LCD TV/monitor hybrids, the TV Monitor T1 Series. Available in 22-, 24- and 27-inch versions, the T1 Series displays all offer 1920 x 1080 resolution for Full HD 1080p playback, and include dual HDMI inputs and both digital (DVB-T) and analog (PAL/SECAM) TV reception. Read The Full Story
HANNSG have announced a new 24.6-inch widescreen LCD display, the HH251HP, which promises distortion-free aspect ratio support and full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. Boasting 15,000:1 dynamic contrast (actual contrast is 800:1) and 5ms response time, the display isn't going to trounce a high-end panel, but there's plenty on offer for budget buyers. Read The Full Story
AOC are well known for their reasonably priced monitors, and with the 2230Fh they threw eye-catching design into the ring too. A 22-inch widescreen LCD display, running at 1680 x 1050, the 2230Fh pairs a low $299 MRSP with a surprising array of connectivity. Is it a true bargain though, or just a load of marketing boasts? Read on for the full SlashGear review.
Samsung may have managed to get several models from Sharp's TV and monitor ranges banned from import into the US, after convincing the U.S. International Trade Commission that the products infringe one of its patents. The IP refers to LCD display technology, with sets from Sharp's Aquos range of HDTVs named as potentially in violation. Read The Full Story
LG and NComputing have announced a new range of "Network Monitors", LCD displays with integrated thin-clients that can be used as virtual desktops or with cloud computing systems. Unlike most thin-client systems, however, LG's looks straightforward enough for home or SOHO implementation, requiring just an X550 PCI card to be installed into the server PC, the included vSpace virtualization software installed and then up to five N-series monitors hooked up via ethernet cable. Read The Full Story