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.
What to look for when purchasing an LCD for your Mac.
Viewsonic pops a Tegra 3 processor into a display that also has a Windows 8 touchscreen.
Hewlett-Packard highlights a super-thin monitor at CES 2013, accompanied with a family of desktop monitors, a portable media streaming device, and budget Windows 8 laptops.
If you want to get the most from your desktop or laptop, you’'ll need to look beyond speeds and feeds, and pick the right peripherals.