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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.
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An upgrade to USB-C connectivity for Viewsonic’s 4K 32-inch productivity panel delivers a compelling value proposition.
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An unusual collaboration between Asus and Alan Walker serves up a portable PC that fuses gaming with music and a sense of fun
Medion’s remarkably affordable 15.4-inch laptop packs eight-core AMD CPU power, but at the price of mediocre battery life and a dim screen.
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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?