LG Electronics has announced a pair of new computer displays that gamers and professionals alike will appreciate called the EA73 and LN450W. These two displays are very unique in that they support UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio and have 29-inch screen sizes. The idea is to give users a wider monitor that allows more content to be displayed on the screen at once.
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.
LG Display has announced a new LCD panel that was developed to be the world's first LCD panel for computer monitors and other displays featuring integrated Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) technology. LG built the panel in cooperation with Intel and the panel has a 23.8-inch viewable image. Thanks to the integrated Intel wireless technology, users can stream content from computers wirelessly to the computer display.
The folks at HP have introduced a new set of monitors this week, starting with the HP Pavilion 23tm, a 23-inch diagonal touch monitor made for Windows 8. This device works with 5-point multi-touch and is made, as HP says, for collaboration, productivity, and connectivity alike. Meanwhile the HP ENVY 23 IPS monitor is made to replicate the abilities of the HP ENVY Recline series All-in-One machines, also unveiled this week.
Cinematic viewing, enhanced productivity, and clear communication. Those are the words that best describe Lenovo's new ThinkVision LT2934z, a new massive 29-inch monitor that will not only meet your every multitasking need but also give a viewing experience that might just put your LCD monitor to shame.
If you're a fan of Windows 8 and you want to take advantage of all the touch features that the operating system has, but you use a desktop computer Dell has some new computer monitors you may be interested in. Dell has announced the launch of three new touchscreen monitors aimed at Windows 8 users looking for gesture support and touchscreen interactivity for their desktop computers.
Not to be outdone by the rest of the high definition display-making brands revealing units this season, Samsung has this week revealed their Series 9 monitor SB971 working with a 27-inch 2560 x 1440 pixel panel. This machine joins the recently announced Series 9 SC770 touch monitor and Series 9 SC750 rotating monitor to create a set of screens made to fill any users stand-alone unit needs.
Those who spend a lot of time on the computer usually find two or more monitors to be better than one, but there are some instances where a larger, high-resolution display works better than a set of dual monitors (or in addition to them). Such is a case where Dell's new ultra-high-definition UltraSharp 32 display comes in. The monitor is aimed at professionals who work with media.
A lot of us could use a second display nowadays, but if you travel a lot and rely on your laptop to get a lot of work done, not only are you limited to a small screen, but it's hard to take a second display around with you. However, AOC just outed a new 16-inch monitor that is powered by only a single USB 3.0 cable.
This week the folks at HP have introduced a relatively large new IPS LED backlit display aimed at taking on "extra-wide" viewing angles in several different computing environments. This monitor is designed first and foremost for a "business class" experience, but will meet most gamers everyday average high-resolution needs with a pixel count of 1920 x 1080. This display aims to bring on a tilt of -5 to 30 degree ups and downs and sits on a 360 degree swivel as well.
The Apple Thunderbolt Display is long overdue a makeover. Revealed in July 2011, the 27-inch monitor has watched generations of MacBook come and go - and, until this year at least, the Mac Pro stagnate with no compatibility whatsoever - and, despite the iMac aesthetic it originally echoed being significantly upgraded last October, still languishes with its original design. Sometimes, with Apple, you have to be patient. The company has, for the most part, a yearly refresh cycle, but the Thunderbolt Display is (in tech terms) old. Still, that arguably just gives Apple the chance to do something particularly special with the new Thunderbolt Display - so here's my wish list.