Displays

Along with Acer’s new Nitro 50 Series gaming desktop PCs, the company has announced new Nitro Series monitors to compliment those devices. The new VG0 and RG0 monitors use an IPS panel and support AMD's FreeSync technology for smooth gameplay, with Acer adding 'without breaking the bank'. The Nitro VG0 series is available with 27-inch, 23.8-inch, and 21.5-inch panels with resolutions of 4K UHD (3840x2160), WQHD (2560x1440), or Full-HD (1920x1080). The RG0 is offered in two sizes, 27- and 23.8-inch models in Full-HD, and feature a thin profile of 0.27-inch making for a very sleek and sophisticated appearance along with its thin surrounding bezels. Both monitors use AMD FreeSync technology to sync frames between the graphics card and monitor to eliminate screen tearing and minimize...

Samsung SyncMaster 213T: The Glass Ceiling for Enthusiast LCD

Not to be one upped by the much talked about Dell 2001FP, Samsung sent us a sample of their ultra high end SyncMaster 213T.

33 by Kristopher Kubicki on 2/20/2004

Dell UltraSharp 2001FP Preview: Gaming LCDs for the Masses

What does the LCD industry lack right now? 1600x1200 low response time LCDs, of course! Dell didn’t hesitate to capitalize on the needs of gamers, so...

53 by Kristopher Kubicki on 11/10/2003

LCD – For the Novice and the Expert

Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Liquid Crystal Display. With the explosive volume and growth of LCD sales, most of us are becoming experts on...

63 by Kristopher Kubicki on 9/4/2003

Samsung SyncMaster 192T: A New Look for 19'' LCDs

The incredibly successful bezel and base design for the SyncMaster 172T prompted the release of the brand new 192T which is based on the same design. AnandTech brings...

5 by Kristopher Kubicki on 6/17/2003

Hitachi CML174 17'' LCD Plus Samsung 172T Revisted

Finally, the LCD review you all have been waiting for. We take a real thorough look at the 16ms reponse time CML174 and compare it head to head...

0 by Kristopher Kubicki on 2/12/2003

Samsung 172T Reviewed + The Future of Samsung

This week we will be taking a look at the Samsung 172T LCD, but as an added bonus we polled your questions from the General Hardware to ask the...

2 by Kristopher Kubicki on 1/30/2003

ViewSonic VG800 - Low Cost High Performance?

ViewSonic's VG800 would like to be the ideal low cost, high performance LCD. However, ViewSonic seems to have missed the mark with this monitor. Find out why...

0 by Kristopher Kubicki on 1/24/2003

Daewoo L700C & L520B: Value Oriented 17'' and 15'' LCD's

The Daewoo Group has come a long way since its 1999 bankruptcy. The electronics giant takes a stab at Samsung with their newest 15" and 17" LCDs, the...

0 by Kristopher Kubicki on 11/28/2002

Samsung SyncMaster 763MB 17'' CDT: Affordable Flatscreen

Samsung was able to give us a look at the new MagicBright CDT's with their 17" SyncMaster 763MB. The DynaFlat CDT's provided an excellent balance of performance and...

0 by Kristopher Kubicki on 10/30/2002

Albatron L17AT 17'': Putting the TV in LCD

Albatron the same people who bring you motherboards and videocards have a new trick up their sleeve, in the form of a 17" LCD. Get ready as we...

1 by Kristopher Kubicki on 10/21/2002

AG Neovo S-18 18'' LCD

To follow up our Samsung 191T review from last month we have another high end LCD from the award winning AG Neovo. Do they have what it takes...

0 by Kristopher Kubicki on 10/2/2002

Samsung 191T 19'' LCD

You wanted it, you got it! Its been a long run, but we are finally bringing you LCD monitor reviews! Here to debut our LCD reviews is...

2 by Kristopher Kubicki on 7/25/2002

Cornerstone c1035 Monitor Review

As 21" monitors become more and more common both in the work place, agressively priced monitors are jumping headlong into the market. Does Cornerstone have a model of its...

0 by Kristopher Kubicki on 7/2/2002

Samsung 955DF 19" Monitor

Monitors are perhaps the most used and least reviewed computer component. To make the decision making process easier when deciding what monitor to buy, today we take a look...

0 by Matthew Witheiler on 4/24/2002

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