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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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Learn How LCD Monitors Work, Informative Teardown Video

Learn How LCD Monitors Work, Informative Teardown Video

If you've ever wondered how exactly your LCD monitor works down to the pixel, then you don't want to miss an excellent clip from EngineerGuyVideo that literally breaks it all down for you. The five-minute video is very informative and easy to digest---kind of similar to what we're trying to do with our new SlashGear 101 series.

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AOC Aire Black LED Displays just 12.7mm thick

AOC Aire Black LED Displays just 12.7mm thick

AOC has outed its latest LCD display, the AOC Aire Black LED, a mere 12.7mm thick despite offering up to 23-inches of picture. The 20-inch e2043Fk, 22-inch e2243Fwk and 23-inch e2343Fk all have a 5ms response time and nebulous 50,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.

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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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Gaiam Strap-Free Touch Trainer Making Tracking Heart Rate Less of a Pain

Gaiam Strap-Free Touch Trainer Making Tracking Heart Rate Less of a Pain

Heart rate monitors have always been a helpful tool for working out. In a plan to move heart rate monitors forward, Oregon Scientific has developed a new pair of monitors that offer new intuitive touch controls and pack everything into the slimmest design monitor on the market.

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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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Samsung Mobile Display to Showcase 19-Inch qFHD Transparent AMOLED at CES 2011

Samsung Mobile Display to Showcase 19-Inch qFHD Transparent AMOLED at CES 2011

Looks like Samsung is planning on changing up the game when it comes to AMOLED and TVs. The company is apparently getting ready to show off their qFHD Transparent AMOLED display technology at CES 2011. Samsung plans on making the transparent AMOLED displays ready to go some time in the near future for not only TVs, but also monitors.

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LG E90 LED Monitor Landing in the UK Before Christmas

LG E90 LED Monitor Landing in the UK Before Christmas

For LG, providing the latest innovation in technology usually means combining elements, and making one ultimate device. As Si-hwan Park, the Vice President of LG's Monitor Division put it, their new E90 LED monitor "is the result of advanced technology and beautiful design coming together in perfect alignment." The result? The company's slimmest monitor, ever. It has a depth of only 7.2mm, the new monitor is built for action-packed entertainment, as well as streaming video from the Internet.

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Flash Player 10.2 Beta Announced by Adobe

Flash Player 10.2 Beta Announced by Adobe

New update! Plugins for those who love plugin updates so much they sit at the edge of their seat craving the update more than the movies and such they watch with the player! Today they (and you) get a 10.2 Beta release update for Flash Player just so long as they're on a Mac, Windows, or Linux machine. The biggest upgrade in this build is preliminary support of none other than Stage Video.

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Concept Desktop Computer Prints and Scans from Inside Monitor

Concept Desktop Computer Prints and Scans from Inside Monitor

So you've got the need for some hard-copies of your papers to turn into your teachers for school, but you'd like to save space on the desk as well? Designer Byeong Min Choe has the answer you seek. This design is called "Document Extractor" and, looking like an iMac clone but with one giant difference, allows you to store a stack of paper in a tray behind it, and print, with the paper coming directly out the bottom. Not only that, the same place the paper comes out can also suck up, scanning single sheets of paper for you on the fly.

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