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BenQ unveils gaming monitor with super fast 1ms GTG response time

BenQ unveils gaming monitor with super fast 1ms GTG response time

On Monday, BenQ announced an addition to its RL Series of gaming monitors: the RL2455HM. This monitor builds on the previous RL2450HT monitor with various enhancements that are said to be the direct result of feedback from the gaming community at large. Of its various offerings, the blazing fast 1ms GTG response time is its most noteworthy feature.

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HP unveils a slew of new IPS and LED monitors at CES 2013

HP unveils a slew of new IPS and LED monitors at CES 2013

Today things are officially off and running with CES 2013, and what better way to start some announcements from HP then with a host of new Windows 8 PC monitors. HP has a slew of 5 new monitor series. They'll be featuring impressive LED, IPS, and ProDisplay monitors on the showroom floor this week, and we've got all the details so read on below to find out more.

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Sharp unveils IGZO 32-inch 4K display

Sharp unveils IGZO 32-inch 4K display

Today, Sharp unveiled the professional-use PN-K321 monitor, which boasts a 4K resolution of 3840×2160 and measures 32 inches diagonally. It's also powered by Sharp's ultra-thin IGZO technology to make for a ridiculously high-resolution but thin and sleek display. However, the new display comes with a hefty price tag of $5,500.

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LG unveils world’s first 21:9 panoramic monitor

LG unveils world’s first 21:9 panoramic monitor

Some days it seems like there is never enough monitor real estate for all the applications you have open. Thusly you add a second monitor into the mix, which, while convenient, isn't as awesome as having one giant monitor spread before your eyes. This is where LG's EA93, a 29-inch monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio, comes in.

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Matrox unveils new TripleHead2Go multi-monitor adapter

Matrox unveils new TripleHead2Go multi-monitor adapter

Ask any PC gamers with a beefy rig, and they'll tell you that you want to be using a multi-monitor display while gaming. Naturally, gamers aren't the only ones using multi-monitor displays, as those setups also come in handy in the workplace. There's just one problem: if your desktop or laptop only has a single video-out, you're out of luck when it comes to using a multi-monitor display.

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AOC i2757fh HD borderless 27-inch IPS monitor launches

AOC i2757fh HD borderless 27-inch IPS monitor launches

In the past one of the things that made computer displays rather unattractive were thick bezels running all the way around the display. Displays are getting away from those thick bezels and offering designs that push the glass all the way out to the edges of the screen. AOC has unveiled the new display that is borderless and impressively thin called the i2757fh.

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ASUS Designo MX279H and MX239H Monitors revealed

ASUS Designo MX279H and MX239H Monitors revealed

The folks at ASUS have brought on a couple new monitors for the IFA 2012 crowd, both of them inspired by sundials and made with matte anti-glare IPS technology for fabulous visuals. The ASUS Designo MX279H and MX239H Monitors revealed today work with LED backlighting as well and both have massive 178 degree viewing angles with super slim profiles at 14.5mm and 17.5mm on the MX239H and the MX279H respectively. The smaller model has a 23-inch screen size while the larger has 27-inches to its name.

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Dell U2713HM AH-IPS monitor breaks cover

Dell U2713HM AH-IPS monitor breaks cover

Dell has been due for a refresh of its flagship 27-inch UltraSharp monitor, and it looks like an updated model has finally made an appearance on the company’s Japanese website. The U2713HM features the same 2560x1440 resolution as the U2711, but Dell has opted to use the newer AH-IPS (Advanced High Performance IPS) technology. The benefits of AH-IPS include improved color accuracy as well as more efficient light transmission, ultimately leading to a more power efficient display.

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Acer adds three new monitors to V5 LCD series

Acer adds three new monitors to V5 LCD series

Ready for some more LCD monitors from Acer? The company has taken the wraps off additional entries into the V5 series, bringing the total number of monitors up to six. The three new sizes on offer include 18.5-inches, 20-inches, and 23-inches. Acer say that the V5 series is perfect for those who don’t have a lot of room to play with, and you’ll find all the usual array of ports.

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Samsung Series 9 LED monitor available now

Samsung Series 9 LED monitor available now

Samsung has begun shipping its 27-inch Series 9 LED monitor to the US. The monitor is aimed at design professionals, featuring exclusive Natural Color Expert technology that provides a richer viewing experience for working with graphics, photos, and video. Each monitor is calibrated for an hour at the factory, while a separate sensor can be purchased for in-home adjustments using its built-in calibration engine for precise color.

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AOC Aire iPlay 23-inch 1080p display features built-in iPhone dock

AOC Aire iPlay 23-inch 1080p display features built-in iPhone dock

AOC has begun shipping its new Aire iPlay monitor, which it first announced back at CES 2012. The 23-inch display features a built-in iPhone or iPod speaker dock so that you can charge your device right in front of you while you work and listen to music from the device at the same time.

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Microsoft improves multi-monitor support in Windows 8

Microsoft improves multi-monitor support in Windows 8

Microsoft has taken to the Building Windows 8 Blog in order to detail multiple monitor support in Windows 8. The company has further improved its support in the operating system thanks to the increasing popularity of multiple monitor setups. Features that Microsoft will be adding include multi-monitor desktop backgrounds, panoramic pictures spanning multiple monitors, a multi-monitor taskbar, and the ability to launch Metro apps on any display.

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