Asus’s latest ProArt panel provides an intriguing ultrawide and high-refresh alternative to the usual productivity and content creation monitors.
The Dell XPS 17 (2022) gets an update to Intel’s latest internals while keeping the excellent design of its predecessor intact.
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The new Samsung M8 4K Smart Monitor packs one heck of a feature set including 4K visuals, SmartTV functionality and Apple iMac-aping style.
While it lacks HDR support and USB-C connectivity, the AOC U32P2 is a mega 4K productivity tool for the money.
USB-C and KVM switch deliver outstanding productivity, but hot new IPS Black panel tech is a disappointment.
An upgrade to USB-C connectivity for Viewsonic’s 4K 32-inch productivity panel delivers a compelling value proposition.
Eizo’s new 38-inch ultrawide monitor combines and big, beautiful 38-inch IPS panel with outstanding connectivity, but lacks both HDR and a high-DPI experience
An unusual collaboration between Asus and Alan Walker serves up a portable PC that fuses gaming with music and a sense of fun
Corsair’s new 32-inch, 165Hz, 1440p gaming panel is a cracker, it’s just a pity about the slightly crackers price
Huawei’s 34-inch 165Hz gaming panel is beautifully engineered and fabulous value for money, but a little short on speed.
TV versus monitor? For computing of any kind you wanted a monitor; for watching movies and playing console games, a TV was a no brainer. But is that still the case?
In Depth Response time and input lag are important terms for gamers using TVs or PC monitors. But what do those things actually mean?
Huawei’s stunning new 3:2 aspect 4K-plus IPS panel has some funky but flawed wireless features, but only limited HDR support.
Acer’s 28-inch 4K monitor is nicely calibrated, well put together and affordable, albeit at the cost of true HDR capability or USB-C connectivity.
LG’s new ergo-armed 27-incher is an odd but mostly successful cross between a pro and gaming monitor.
BenQ’s new 27-inch IPS monitor is design to undercut the pros in the 4K content creation monitor market.
In Depth OLED TVs may offer cinematic picture performance on the whole, but the low brightness does have an impact on HDR. Here's why.
Viewsonic’s latest 27-inch monitor is a remarkably affordable 1440p SDR content creation panel with added USB-C goodness
AOC’s latest 27-inch monitor is short on frills including HDR, but delivers 4K IPS precision without the premium price.