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AMD graphics card users with money to burn can finally get tear-free gaming on a monstrously-large curved display.
Samsung has introduced its first FreeSync-compatible 4K monitors in time for AMD's Radeon R9 Fury X rollout.
By all means, admire the potential in these futuristic displays. Just don’t expect them in consumer products any time soon.
Need better color fidelity but still want your variable refresh too? LG just announced a 4K IPS panel with FreeSync.
Variable refresh rate technology has so far been limited to high-end monitors with DisplayPort connections, but at Computex, AMD revealed a FreeSync monitor running over HDMI.
AMD and Nvidia have dueling display technologies to smooth out refresh rates in games. Hardware adoption is part of the battle, and Nvidia's winning--for now.
The Apple supplier tries to shake up its mainline display business as LCD prices fall
Debuting a new, vertically oriented design and edge-to-edge glass on the All-in-One, HP's clearly still committed to desktops.
The company is banking on new tech and services to attract customers to new smartphones
The dream of driving 4K at 60Hz is finally reality thanks to these two displays--assuming you also have an HDMI 2.0 graphics card.
The 31-inch LG 31MU97Z will end your search for a Thunderbolt-compatible 4K monitor.
The 5.5-inch screen packs in a whopping 806 pixels per inch, which could wreak some serious havoc on battery life.
A Japanese state-backed investment fund is said to be in talks over Sharp's panel business
The new 1080p monitor range starts at $300 for a 24-inch display.
Let the adaptive refresh standards war begin: Acer's new $500 FreeSync monitor costs hundreds of dollars less than G-Sync counterparts.