Displays

  • Review: Alienware 34″ Curved Gaming Monitor with G-sync

    If you’re in the market for a new monitor right now, there’s a lot to consider. Choosing the right size is on of the most obvious, but if you have a monitor die, its likely you don’t want to replace like for like, displays have come a long way...
  • LG finally found a good use for curved displays

    LG  has finally found a great reason to curve displays. LG have created the world’s largest largest OLED display in the world at South Korea’s Incheon International Airport. LG worked closely with the renowned French design firm Wilmotte & Associes to develop the massive structures which adorn the main...
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    Sharp’s new almost 8K display is stunning

    At their CES 2015 press conference this morning Sharp showcased a range of new displays. With everyone talking about 4K, it’s hard to stand out, but Sharp just did. Their ‘Beyond 4K’ display will be the highest resolution commercially available display in 2015. This display isn’t technically 8K in...
  • Sharp announces free form displays, goodbye rectangles

    Our current displays are basically all in the rectangles in shape, but Sharp says it doesn’t have to be that way. At CES2015 this morning they announced they’ve been able to create displays in an almost limitless configuration. The example they showed on stage was a vehicle display cluster....
  • Westinghouse shows off a 34” curved monitor, partners with Netflix for 4KTV

    Westinghouse may be a brand name you relate more to dishwashers and washing machines in Australia, but in America, they also make displays. Their first curved display is a gaming focused monitor that’s a massive 34” in size. Beside it sat a 4K TV, which was very deliberately flat....
  • Multitasking doesn’t have to mean multi-screen

    If you’re under the age of 40, then there’s a good chance your TV experience involves multiple displays. Rarely are we content in sitting back and having a passive experience while in front of the idiot box. In this age of the information worker, we’re far more likely to...
  • Corning introduces Willow Glass to the world…

    We all know and love Gorilla Glass. You know the stuff; it protects the displays of most smartphones, tablets and even HDTV’s that are currently on the market. This week, the brain behind the popular glass, Corning, has unveiled one of its latest projects at Display Week in Boston,...