AOC has teamed up with the legendary Studio F.A. Porsche to unveiled a couple of delightful computer monitors. The AOC Studio fa porscheAOC x Studio F.A. Porsche Monitor Series, as it is called, comprises of two models: a 24-inch AOC PDS241 and a 27-inch AOC PDS271. Each model boasts an near-frameless IPS panel, an ultra-slim premium design and an asymmetrical metal stand – an unmistakable hallmark of Porsche. What makes the AOC x Studio F.A. Porsche Monitor Series stands out is the minimalist approach that extends to the cable management. Continue reading AOC Computer Monitors Go Luxury With Studio F.A. Porsche Collab
Before Razer’s concept monstrosity, a three-monitor laptop, becomes a reality, a Belgium company Slide N’ Joy wants every laptop, including MacBook, to sport a three-monitor setup with an innovative laptop cover called Le Slide, AKA Your Slide. With this laptop cover attached to your laptop, you can slide out two screens, one on either side, thus expanding the laptop’s screen real estate by 2 times – all it needs is a USB port to power the two additional displays. Blessed with three displays, you can get onto the Internet, check your emails, and edit documents all at the same time. For gamers, you will get to play compatible games in super wide screen mode and thus bumping up the immersion level, and you’d be doing that anywhere, anytime. Continue reading This Innovative Laptop Cover Adds Two Displays To Your Laptop
Taiwan is the home to Asia’s biggest computer show, Computex, and it is also ASUS home ground and so, naturally, the Taiwanese tech company has more than a couple of laptops to show off. An among the horde of laptop computers and gadgets unveiled, there are some that are out to beckon you to part with your hard-earned money. The router with a gaping hole is, of course, one of them and so is the ASUS ZenBook Flip S and the ASUS ZenBook Pro. We are a little less impressed with the Vivo series though. Maybe it looks way to mundane and too MacBook-ish. Anywho, here’s a rundown of the laptop computers and gadgets from ASUS at this year’s Computex. Continue reading Here Are Some Awesome Gadgets From ASUS Announced At Computex 2017
Who does not want a sleek-looking monitor? I would imagine most people would want if price isn’t an object. Having said that, if price is the stumbling block to you owning a beautiful display, AOC has just the computer monitor for you. The monitor in question is AOC 27-inch QHD Ultra Slim Frameless IPS Monitor (Q2781PQ). Sporting a sleek design, Q2781PQ touts an ultra slim design with a cool-looking asymmetric stand and boasts a QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440 pixels), 50,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a 4-sided “frameless” AH-IPS panel (not exactly frameless, but almost there) that offers an expansive 178-degree view angle. Continue reading AOC Ultra Slim ‘Frameless’ 27” Display Introduced, Has Luxe Version Too
Not everyday you hear news of big competing corporations making products specifically for use with Apple’s products and so, when LG announced a couple of new displays designed specially for the new MacBook and MacBook Pro, it kind of raise some eyebrows. The displays, called UltraFine, come in two sizes: a 27-inch 5K model and a smaller 21.5-inch 4K variety. LG said the former is designed and optimized for the new MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 running macOS 10.12 or later, and with that, it is also the “world’s first” 5K display to tout Thunderbolt 3. Continue reading LG Out UltraFine Displays Designed Specifically For Apple’s New MacBooks
If you view and edit multiple documents simultaneously, or need to put together enormous graphics or video, or simply constantly multitask, then I am sure LG’s new 38-inch UltraWide monitor, 38UC99, will come in pretty handy. As per the product name, this ginormous display offers 38-inch (diagonal, of course) provides an unprecedented real estate to display everything you need to see at a glance, as opposed to having to side scroll ever so often. Continue reading LG’s New UltraWide Monitor Is So Wide That You Probably Thought It Was A TV
The development of LED display does provide our eyes some form of reprieve, but it is not ideal. The bright light emitted by today’s display is still harmful and instead of living with the side effects, a China-based company, Dasung, tables the idea of using e-ink display as the alternative display monitor for our daily use. The outfit’s first product, Paperlike, was introduced more than a year ago, but did not take off as it was deemed too pricey, but man, these guys are determined in the crusade of protecting our eyes and they are back, again pitching the idea of e-ink display as the alternative. Nothing groundbreaking here though. The company is re-pitching the idea of the world’s largest e-ink display, measuring 13.3-inch diagonally. Continue reading The World’s Biggest E-ink Display Is Here To Save Your Eyes
Convenience. That’s the thing gadgets should do for us and while most of the achieved that, it only leaves us wanting more convenience. Like, you know, wirelessly charge our smartphones. In fact, that has been done, but like I say, we want more of that convenience and apparently, Samsung knows that, so it came up with the perfect computer monitor for the 21st century smartphone users: the Samsung SE370 Smartphone Wireless Charging Monitor. The monitor, which comes in 23.6- and 27-inch variants, boasts a stand that doubles as a wireless charging pad for your Qi wireless charging standard smartphone, such as the Galaxy S6, LG G3 and the likes. Continue reading Samsung’s Newest Monitor Can Wirelessly Charge Your Smartphone
LG Brings Its Latest Ultra HD Monitor To The U.S., Priced at $599
LG is bringing its latest Ultra HD monitor, 27MU67, to the U.S. This 27-inch class monitor features AMD’s FreeSync technology, Black Stabilizer for brightening up dark scenes, Dynamic Action Sync that cuts input lag to 9.7 ms, and Flicker Safer function that makes this IPS display easier on the eyes. $599. BUY.
Casio Introduces Lamp-free Super Slim Projectors for Gaming
Casio Slim Series Lamp-free Projectors measure an astounding 1.7 inches thick and packs proprietary Laser & LED Hybrid light source for maximum brightness, 20,000 hours of lifespan with minimal degradation, and three A/V inputs, including HDMI, RGB and RS-232C terminals. From $949.99. BUY.
Bethesda Softworks Announces Fallout 4 Game
Official words are, Fallout 4’s world premier is expected to happen during E3 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on June 14, 7PM PST. You can catch the live stream via Twitch and YouTube. Unfortunately, no word of when exactly it will hit the stores, but it is arriving alright. $TBA. LEARN MORE.
OWC New USB-C Dock Adds 11 Ports To Your New MacBook
Compensate the lack of ports on the new MacBook with the OWC New USB-C Dock that offers 4 USB 3 Type-A ports, 1 USB 3 Type-C port, an SD card reader, HDMI with 4K display support, audio in and out ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port and can even power your MacBook – all with a USB Type-C cable. $129. BUY.
Integral Memory Introduces The First USB Type-C Flash Drive
Your MacBook has it and so do many upcoming gadgets, so it is wise to prep yourself with a portable storage that uses it. We are talking about USB Type-C connector and the London-based Integral Memory is the first to introduces a USB flash drive with such connector. $TBA. LEARN MORE.
Caterpillar Launches A New Rugged Feature Phone, Cat B30
Geared towards foreign workers, the Cat B30 is a feature phone that is built to take any beatings. It is IP67 rated, which means it is waterproof to 1 meter, dust and shockproof and in addition, it can survive a 1.8 meter drop onto concrete and can stand up to extreme temperatures too. £99. BUY.
If you are a seriously hardcore PC gamer, chances are you have experienced a phenomena known as screen tearing when the monitor and graphics card becomes out-of-sync. Well, apparently, screen tearing will be a problem of the past if you have the LG 34UM67 21:9 UltraWide Gaming Monitor. Billed as the world’s first 21:9 UltraWide Gaming Monitor with AMD Freesync (LG really goes into specifics here, don’t they?), the 34UM67 promised to eliminate the aforementioned problems, while guaranteeing “the smoothest and most seamless gaming experience, generating fluid motion without any loss of frame rate” (LG’s words, not ours, btw). Continue reading LG To Debut World’s First 21:9 UltraWide Gaming Monitor with AMD Freesync At CES 2015