Don't-Miss Display Stories
4K is so 2014. 8K is on its way and might land in laptops sooner than you think.
Nissan's latest concept car will pass the digital cool test but it won't do much to stop distracted driving: the entire dashboard is one huge display on which drivers and passengers can post anything.
Certified cables will have gone through expanded cable speed tests at an HDMI-authorized testing center to certify that they are capable of delivering bandwidth of 18Gbps, and that they radiate very little EMI.
Samsung has developed a big-screen OLED screen that's transparent, and plans to put it on show at this week's IFA consumer electronics expo in Berlin.
Dell said its first-ever gaming monitor packs a previously unannounced second-generation implementation of G-Sync. Nvidia says nope.
The major South Korean electronics maker continues to be hit by fierce smartphone competition
The SE307 monitor is optimized for gaming and uses the Qi wireless charging standard
LG's AIT panels are coming to a notebook near you.
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