Notebooks, tablets, displays: They're all collapsing into each other, and the rise of the Android-powered "smart monitor" is the display industry's timely response.
With this monitor, modem, and more, you'll have everything you need to take care of business.
Two or more monitors can enhance your computing experience for work—and play. Here's how to set them up for the best possible viewing experience.
We go eyes-on with new models from HP, NEC, and Samsung, whose expansive screens and pivoting hinges give you more options for viewing content or images.
We've been playing with the pre-release version of OS X Mavericks (with Apple's OK, of course), to get a taste of its new features. Here are some initial impressions of one of those features: improved support for multiple monitors.
Go wide—really, really wide. Like 2560 by 1080 pixels and 21:9 aspect ratio. These huge displays will change the way you work.
DisplayPort 1.2's multi-streaming feature lets you rock four monitors—from a laptop, no less!
If you're in the market for a high-quality, large display, the Dell Ultrasharp U3014 is definitely worth considering.
We lay our hands on three 23-inch, 10-point multitouch displays from Acer, LG, and ViewSonic.
Both HDMI and DisplayPort are capable of sending high-definition video and audio from a source device to a display. So what's the difference? Is one display interface standard superior or more flexible compared to the other? We'll try to answer those questions in this head-to-head comparison of their feature sets and typical use scenarios.