Displays

Corning has introduced its new glass substrate that was developed specially for mid-to-large-size displays featuring a high pixel density. Corning’s Astra Glass takes into account not only high resolutions, but also process technologies used to make displays featuring high refresh rates, deep colors, and other attributes of next-generation desktop and mobile monitors. Display cover glasses serve numerous purposes. Apart from protecting the screens themselves, their surfaces also affect their reflectivity, brightness, and accuracy of their color reproduction (as to some degree even work as color filters). Since all materials have a different crystal lattice, their physical properties (transparency, reflectivity, etc.) vary greatly. Considering the fact that screen technologies evolve, so should their cover glasses. Corning believes that next generations of mid-to-large-size monitors that feature resolutions like...

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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