Want the immersion of virtual reality but don’t want a gadget strapped to your head? A few years ago, this contradicting demand may sound absolutely ridiculous but hey, we are in the future now and so it is totally possible.
OK. Maybe having a TV-size gaming monitor is a little much but I sure don’t mind a gaming monitor that has the features of a TV. In fact, the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 Gaming Monitor, which is Samsung’s first OLED gaming monitor, one up the TV.
The Porsche Design AOC Agon Pro PD32M’s size is puny compared to the Samsung 55-inch Odyssey Ark but a 31.5” screen maybe still a bit much for some and so, here’s a smaller but still equally sleek version: the Porsche Design AOC Agon Pro PD27S Gaming Monitor.
Now that Mobile Pixels has made us realize that perhaps vertically stacked monitors are what a multi-monitor setup should be, perhaps we should be thinking of getting rid of the bezel in between. If that is what is on your mind, then perhaps you may want to check out the new Samsung 55-inch Odyssey Ark …
Duex Lite and Duex Plus are perfect for on-the-go laptop users who need more screen real estate but if you are desktop-bound users, Mobile Pixels think that a wide viewing area may not be the best idea. And so the idea of stack screens, Geminos, was born.
If you stare at a monitor all day long and require no colors, then we have good news. Your opportunity to relieve your digital eye strain is here. Instead of hooking up to a fancy monitor with an eye-watering display, you can get this: BOOX Mira Pro E-ink Monitor.
If you believe a gaming monitor – or just any computer monitor for that matter – should not be just a slab of display on a stand that feels so perfunctory, well, then you should take a look at the new Porsche Design AOC Agon Pro PD32M Gaming Monitor.
Following the M1 Pro and M1 Max chip introduced last year, Apple has revealed a new flagship chip for personal computing, called M1 Ultra. With the M1 Ultra, Apple is staking a claim as the world’s most powerful chip for a personal computer.
With brands like GIGABYTE, AOC, and LG dominating the gaming monitor market, it is no surprise if you haven’t heard about ViewSonic gaming monitors.
In some ways, streaming platforms have killed traditional TVs. Advancements in gaming aids in the death by blurring the line between TV and gaming monitors. They are almost indistinguishable at this point, TBH. The new GIGABYTE AORUS 4K Gaming Monitors are one of the ‘culprits’ that blurs that line.