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Updated: Nov 25, 2014 21:59
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HP DreamColor Z27x

HP's new Z27x DreamColor supports all the important color gamuts and carries some distinctly unique features. This screen simply blows us away.

2 expert reviews

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ASUS PB298Q

Today DaveChaos reviews the ultrawide screen panaramic PB298Q screen from ASUS.

3 expert reviews

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ASUS PQ321Q 31.5-in 4K 60 Hz Tiled Monitor

and found that GPU horsepower was definitely a limiting factor.

2 expert reviews

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LG EA93

21:9 monitor looks to the movies for inspiration

2 expert reviews

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HP 2311 gt 23" Monitor Review: Passive, Polarized 3D On A Budget

HP sent us its newest stereoscopic 3D-capable monitor, the 2311 gt. Aimed at budget-conscious customers, we take our first look at a passive, polarized monitor based on FPR technology and put it up against a more expensive, active, shutter-based system.

2 expert reviews

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LG Electronics IPS235TBN

The LG IPS235T-BN certainly has a complex title, but the monitor itself is unabashedly simple. It boasts the bare minimum of required ports and stand flexibility. Rather than touting a multi-use control scheme, LG simply added buttons until it had...

2 expert reviews

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Benq GL2750

The BenQ GL 2750 LED monitor is a sleek ultra narrow bordered and fashionable display unit. Also the monitor has good brightness, contrast ratios coupled with a very good response time. Watching multimedia content on the monitor is also a pleasant...

2 expert reviews

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Samsung TA950 27" 3D Monitor & TV

As our living rooms become more and more high tech, a lot of traditional components like our TVs and Blu-ray players are no longer standalone units in the corner. These devices are starting to interact with the internet for premium features, and other...

3 expert reviews

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LG W2340 23″ Monitor

The most important feature about an LCD is the picture quality, and on this the LG W2340 excels. At 23″ the 1080p resolution results in a high pixel density, to the point you cannot identify individual pixels without examining the monitor closely. The...

2 expert reviews

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FlexScan S2242

Features Configuring the S2242W is trickier than most monitors due to the clunky on-screen display (OSD) and raft of buttons littering the front bezel. The purpose of the 10 buttons is initially mysterious, presenting a jumble of icons whose purpose...

2 expert reviews

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GeForce 3D Vision: Gaming Goes Stereo

Having played with Nvidia’s new shades for the past several days, it’s safe to say that they’ll fundamentally change the way you experience 3D. However, we’re not quite ready to call the technology bullet-proof. Onward for more about what you'll need...

3 expert reviews

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Aktiv-Box Adam A5

2-way active bass reflex speaker Woofer: 147mm (5.5“), Rohacell / Carbonfibre ART tweeter Freq.response (± 3 dB) 55Hz - 35kHzvPanel (rear-mounted) Input/HF gain, Hi/Lo EQ Built-in amps: 2xx 25W (RMS) Inputs: balanced XLR + unbalanced RCA W x H x D: 172...

4 expert reviews

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LCD, David vs Goliath : Iolair vs Dell

For the lazier readers that skipped over the previous pages : The Dell 2408WFP : not good! Except for office use, its look, ergonomics, finishing touches and materials. In short, it's (still) as superb but totally failed our gaming tests. The Iolair...

2 expert reviews

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Apple Censorship: This Time It's Displays

The discussion thread had seen a recent surge in activity since it was mentioned in the article below, and since the beginning of the holiday shopping season. From August 7 to November 18, a 95 day period, the thread chalked up an impressive 15,000+...

2 expert reviews

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LVM47W1

At $2500, the LVM-47w1 is one of the least expensive 47-inch LCD flat panels on the market. Its color rendition is better than many, albeit with undersaturated green, and it exhibits almost no edge enhancement or noise in dark areas, though noise in...

2 expert reviews

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X-Rite i1PhotoLT

The X-Rite i1PhotoLT offers RGB colour management for professionals and hig h - end enthusiasts. The multi-purpose Spectrophotometer device can be used for colour calibration and ICC profiling of CRT, LCD and notebook displays plus all printers capable...

4 expert reviews

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BenQ FP72V

The BenQ FP72V wasn't about speed and with its 25ms response time, it certainly wasn't a contender in the millisecond (ms) race. What the FP72V was intended for however, is BenQ's answer to home entertainment. When the PC comes into the picture, home...

3 expert reviews

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NEC LT25G

The NEC projector has some useful features, will get you started with your presentations or DVDs faster than most projectors on the market and has excellent picture quality. However, its design leaves a lot to be desired. It's intended to be portable,...

2 expert reviews

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19" LCD Monitors: The Spring 2006 Collection

While this ends our look at the Spring LCD collection from monitor manufacturers, other models have arrived, and we'll regularly update this article

2 expert reviews

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Philips 170X6FW

LCD display - TFT - 17" - 1280 x 1024 / 75 Hz - 250 cd/m2 - 600:1 - 8 ms - 0.264 mm DVI-D, VGA - speakers - white

3 expert reviews

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Do You Want a 16:9 LCD Monitor Now?

Out of all of the 16:9 monitors, we recommend the Sony SDM-P234 in the top-of-the-line category

2 expert reviews

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LCD TV Set Fall Preview

The design of the AL2671W is very clean, but ordinary. The materials are traditional-looking, robust but without elegance. The silver-gray plastic won't fool anybody for very long, but at a price of less than $1,000 at most retail channels, the set's...

2 expert reviews

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Logisys Remote Multifunction Panel

The first thing I tried after getting all of the wires connected and putting the case back together was the remote. I crossed my fingers and pressed the red button. The machine turned on! At least that told me that I had connected some of the cables...

3 expert reviews

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3D Stereo Technology: Is it Ready for Prime Time?

The world is a flat disc - at least for the virtual worlds of computer games, which will remain confined to 2D on the screens of their players. 3D stereo displays are (still) too expensive and (still) carry too many limitations to be of interest to the...

2 expert reviews

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