Monitor

  • ASUS announced a bunch of new monitors at CES 2021, includes HDMI 2.1 for gamers

    ASUS has announced its new 2020 lineup of monitors at CES this week. With a range of offerings aimed at meeting the needs of gamers, content creators, and business professionals, there should be a display to suit almost everyone. The key features of this year’s lineup are: For PC...
  • Review: Alienware 34″ 21:9 curved gaming monitor

    Regular readers of techAU will know I'm a huge fan of 21:9 displays and the latest from Alienware is the AW3420DW. It's a 34" monster that offers a mighty 3440x1440 resolution and runs at 120Hz. The display is targeted at gamers, but Dell have done a brilliant job of...
  • Samsung launches space-saving monitors in Australia

    Samsung Australia has announced the local launch of their tricky space-saving adjustable monitor. This clamps to the edge of the desk, and sits flush against the wall. This is great for users who can’t wall-mount their display but want the desk space back. Its unique stand includes a minimalist,...
  • Review: BenQ EX3501R, 35″ 21:9 Gaming Monitor

    BenQ's 35" curved gaming monitor, the EX3501R, is a fantastic way to upgrade your battlestation. This monitor offers a 3440 x 1440 resolution in a 21:9 aspect ratio, offered in a single uninterrupted display. Having a display of this size and resolution is the perfect replacement for a dual-monitor...
  • Review: Aftershock 34″ X340 Ultrawide Monitor

    When you're buying a monitor, you have an incredible plethora of options to choose from. While many of us are familiar with multiple displays on the desk, one modern display solution is to have a single, ultrawide monitor that provides similar pixels, without the 2 bezels landing right in...
  • ASUS announces the ProArt PA32UC a 32″ 4K IPS display that’s crazy accurate

    ASUS today announced a new 32-inch 4K UHD IPS professional monitor, the the ProArt PA32UC. This features Thunderbolt 3, a ridiculous 100,000,000:1 contrast Ratio (ASCR) and a 178° viewing angle. The key difference between a consumer grade and a professional grade monitor is accuracy.  With ultra HD Premium certification, this display is...
  • UNBOXING: The 49″monster ultrawide, Samsung CHG90, 32:9 144Hz gaming monitor

    If you’re a gamer, than you’re intimately familiar with multiple monitor setups and therefore understand one of the biggest issues, the bezels. While they’ve been shrinking over the years, having 2 bezels, regardless of how trim, will never compete with a single, ultra-wide display that has a seemless screen...
  • Review: ViewSonic 28” 4K Display VX2880ml

    Most commonly we associate the terms 4K and UHD with TVs but these terms define resolutions that are finding their way into our desktop monitors. For the past few weeks, I’ve had ViewSonic’s 28” 4K monitor as my primary display. The VX2880ml runs features 3840 x 2160 pixels, this...
  • 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....
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