Although E Ink technology has remained a largely niche display tech over the past decade, it's none the less excelled in that role. The electrophoretic technology closely approximates paper, providing significant power advantages versus traditional emissive displays, not to mention making it significantly easier on readers' eyes in some cases. And while the limitations of the technology make it unsuitable for use as a primary desktop display, Phillips thinks there's still a market for it as a secondary display. To that end, Philips this week has introduced their novel, business-oriented Dual Screen Display, which combines both an LCD panel and and E Ink panel into a single display, with the aim of capturing the benefits of both technologies.
The Philips Dual Screen Display (24B1D5600/96) is...
Today NEC refreshed its 30-inch display offering with its latest and greatest, the MultiSync PA301w. We've been playing with and testing a production sample and have the full review...
Brian Klug on 3/1/2011
There's something special about 30" displays. They're the biggest, the baddest, and the spiritual flagship for each respective display maker. It's where manufacturers pull out all the stops on...
Brian Klug on 1/13/2011
So I have a confession to make. The past few months I've been incredibly preoccupied with smartphones, so much so that the ASUS MS238H has been sitting on my...
Brian Klug on 12/24/2010
Gateway has launched three new ultra-slim LED-backlit displays. The new displays are part of two new lines - the FHX series which will be available in 21.5” and 24&rdquo...
Balraj Sandhu on 10/5/2010
I've wanted a higher density, more compact alternative to the 30-inch 2560 x 1600 panels that I've seen for the past 6 years. Apple was the first to intrigue...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/28/2010
There’s a new segment in the ever changing LCD display market, one that readers have been asking us to take an in-depth look at for a while now -...
Brian Klug on 8/7/2010
Following the launch of their budget range of LCDs, HP has now launched some more premium models for those in need of better specifications. There are four new models...
Balraj Sandhu on 6/3/2010
Recently, HP’s performance ZR series of LCD displays have attracted quite a bit of attention. We’ve heard your comments and pleas for reviews of the 22” and 24” ZR...
Brian Klug on 6/1/2010
If you’ve been in the market for a large or even midsize LCD display lately, chances are good you’ve seen relatively low-cost offerings from a relative newcomer to our...
Brian Klug on 5/17/2010
This past weekend, HP unveiled three new LCD monitors aiming to be an affordable companion to your computing needs. Available starting May 16, these monitors range in size from...
Balraj Sandhu on 5/17/2010
If you haven’t been paying attention lately, energy conservation and being green is the latest and greatest trend sweeping the consumer electronics market. From energy-sipping power supplies to notebooks...
Brian Klug on 5/7/2010
Apple is in a position that’s enviable by any consumer facing company. It drums up genuine excitement for nearly every product it launches. Apple has somehow found a way...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/24/2010
Looking for a "professional" quality LCD with a super small dot pitch? Dell's new U2711 may be just the thing for you, even if it doesn't come cheap.
Jarred Walton on 1/22/2010
A while back, BenQ sent us their FP241VW LCD, an expensive high-end offering with some interesting features. Can this A-MVA panel best the competition, and does it even matter?
Jarred Walton on 6/17/2009
BenQ recently launched their new 1080P "FullHD" LCDs, available in 22" or 24" trim. Is there truth behind the FullHD marketing, and should one of these new LCDs be...
Jarred Walton on 11/4/2008
We have five new 24" LCDs plus results from previous LCDs. We also have some new tests to unveil. Can we crown a clear victor for the WUXGA throne?
Jarred Walton on 5/1/2008
The Samsung 245T features impressive specifications and a Samsung-made panel. How does this display perform, and is it a pattern of things to come?
Jarred Walton on 2/7/2008
The HP w2408 is the latest 24" offering to cross our test bench. Does it follow a well-trod path, or does it blaze new trails in LCD-land?
Jarred Walton on 12/21/2007
HP sent us their 22" w2207 LCD. The glossy exterior is certainly eye-catching, but how does it perform?
Jarred Walton on 8/1/2007
Ever wonder how a laptop LCD compares to a modern desktop unit? So did we, and to find out we ran several recent laptops through our display testing regimen...
Jarred Walton on 5/22/2007