monitors

Samsung’s new high-resolution 2021 monitor line aims to be easy on the eyes

Samsung’s new high-resolution 2021 monitor line aims to be easy on the eyes

Samsung Electronics has announced its full lineup of 2021 high-resolution monitors. The electronics maker promises that the new line delivers life-like image quality, improved convenience, and ergonomic designs. The monitors are aimed at use both at home and in the office.

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Samsung TVs and 2021 curved Odyssey monitor get big gaming upgrades

Samsung TVs and 2021 curved Odyssey monitor get big gaming upgrades

Samsung made a number of announcements during its Unbox & Discover event today, and a few of those announcements were related to gaming. Specifically, Samsung says that it will update some of its TVs to offer gaming features that are traditionally only available in PC monitors. Speaking of PC monitors, Samsung has also updated its curved Odyssey G9 gaming monitor for 2021.

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Lenovo ThinkPad 2021: Big X, T, P and L Series updates plus 40″ curved display

Lenovo ThinkPad 2021: Big X, T, P and L Series updates plus 40″ curved display

Lenovo is readying a bevy of new ThinkPads, including the ThinkPad X13 Gen 2 i with baked-in 5G, and the X13 Yoga Gen 2 with a much-requested switch to a 16:10 display. The new line-up also includes new ThinkPad T15, T14, P15, P15s, L15, and L14 models, plus a big new curved display.

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MSI Artymis 343CAR 34-inch curved monitor packs a big screen and a startling price

MSI Artymis 343CAR 34-inch curved monitor packs a big screen and a startling price

MSI today launched the MPG Artymis 343CQR monitor, which features a 1000R curved display. This monitor was first revealed back during CES 2021, but today is launch day for the new display. In a sea of other curved gaming monitors, MSI is hoping this one stands out from the bunch not only because of its price point, but also because of its AI feature set.

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Revolutionary iMac redesign plus Mac Pro mini & new Apple display details leak

Revolutionary iMac redesign plus Mac Pro mini & new Apple display details leak

Apple's Mac reinvention looks set to crank into high-gear in 2021, with new reports suggesting a huge change to the iMac is imminent along with Mac Pro and display news. The Cupertino company promised in mid-2020 that, over the course of two years, it would completely transition its Mac computer line-up to use its own Apple Silicon chipsets, shifting away from Intel processors.

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Acer Nitro XV282K KV 4K UHD Monitor made to support Xbox Series X and PS5

Acer Nitro XV282K KV 4K UHD Monitor made to support Xbox Series X and PS5

Support for the next generation in Sony and Microsoft-made gaming consoles appeared at the hands of Acer this week with a new Nitro monitor. This Acer Nitro XV282K KV 4K UHD Monitor is 28-inches large with 3K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixel) resolution and IPS LCD technology. If you're looking for the most high-end experience in a 28-inch monitor for the Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, this might well be it.

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Acer Predator NX and NV monitors get monstrous, G-Sync, and eye-safe

Acer Predator NX and NV monitors get monstrous, G-Sync, and eye-safe

The Acer Predator gaming monitor lineup expanded this week with some eye-safe features and super-smooth visuals. The Predator XB273U NX works with a 27-inch WQHD panel with 275Hz refresh rate (overclocked), and NVIDIA G-Sync, while the Predator XB323QK NV sports a 31.5-inch NVIDIA G-Sync compatible panel with 144Hz image refresh rate. The third monitor revealed this week, Nitro XV282K KV, was aimed specifically at the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5, complete with 120Hz variable refresh rate right out the gate.

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Lenovo IdeaPad range adds 5G laptop and more for CES 2021

Lenovo IdeaPad range adds 5G laptop and more for CES 2021

Lenovo is revamping its IdeaPad range for 2021, debuting a handful of new laptops and convertibles for CES 2021, along with a new Tab P11 tablet. Among the features likely to prompt most excitement are optional embedded 5G in select models, along with 2K display options and a pair of new monitors. However, those in North America may not be entirely pleased with Lenovo's news today.

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This Dell 40-inch curved ultrawide 5K display is serious desk-candy

This Dell 40-inch curved ultrawide 5K display is serious desk-candy

Dell isn't short on displays, but the new 40-inch UltraSharp 40 Curved WUHD Monitor stands out in the PC-maker's new CES 2021 range. Apparently the world's first 40-inch ultrawide curved 5K2K monitor, it's not quite as expansive as some of the desk-dominating screens we've seen in recent months, but still promises a considerable productivity (or entertainment) boost.

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LG Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED display bends and vibrates

LG Bendable Cinematic Sound OLED display bends and vibrates

LG might not be at the forefront of mobile display tech the way Samsung has been with its flexible phone screen but it is definitely bragging about its innovations on bigger displays. What better time to flaunt those than CES 2021, even if people won't exactly be able to see first-hand the glory of LG's unconventional panels. It has already teased its large transparent OLED and now it is flaunting a large gaming-oriented display that can bend to a curve and emit sound even when it has no speakers.

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Apple’s Pro Display XDR pleases pros with new in-field recalibration

Apple’s Pro Display XDR pleases pros with new in-field recalibration

Apple has quietly released its Pro Display XDR Calibrator App, a software tool for its Retina 6K display for those who want to do in-field recalibration of its color settings. The free app lands alongside the release of Display Firmware 4.2.30, and builds on previous versions that increased the amount of calibration tweaking that owners can do.

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M1 Macs can run up to six displays with a workaround

M1 Macs can run up to six displays with a workaround

Apple's new generation of M1-powered Macs has definitely been the hot thing in computing these past weeks. They have been proving Apple's claims of performance, giving Intel a lot to worry about. The one drawback to these new Mac minis and MacBooks is that they support one less external monitor than their Intel predecessors, at least on paper. It turns out that they can actually support twice as many but you will have to get some accessories and install some software to make it happen.

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