How Far Can the Refresh Rate Race Go?

After getting back from CES and having a chance to think about all the fancy new gadgets, there’s one question that keeps popping back into my head: how far is the push for displays with faster refresh rates really going to go? Read More >>

Crowd Funding Crew Claims It’s Made the World’s First IPS 240Hz 1440p Monitor

Instead of simply releasing devices and hoping that people like them, Eve relies on its community to help design its products – sourcing feedback and ideas from the company’s forums. A few years ago, Eve used this method to create the V, a Surface Pro clone with interesting specs, and now Eve is back in 2020 to announce the Spectrum, the world’s first crowd-developed monitor. Read More >>

Coca-Cola’s Glowing Lightsaber Bottles Are the First Flexible OLED Tech I’m Willing to Pay For

I’m one hundred per cent in support of a future where screens are flexible and foldable instead of fragile and easily shatterable. I’m just not willing to spend £2,000 on a folding phone or £10,000+ on a rollable TV. I will, however, happily drop £1 or £2 on a plastic bottle with a glowing lightsaber on the label. Read More >>

Dell’s Latest Pro-Grade Monitor Has a Built-in Colourimeter and Thunderbolt 3

For high-end content creators, making sure your work’s colours are on point is a never-ending battle. So to make things a bit easier, Dell has created what it says is the world’s first 27-inch 4K monitor with a built-in colourimeter and Thunderbolt 3. Read More >>

The Pixel 4’s 90Hz Refresh Rate Doesn’t Work on Low Brightness

It seems the days of the 60Hz phone screens will be over sometime in the immediate future, now that 90Hz phones are starting to gain more traction. The Pixel 4 is the latest phone to offer the faster refresh rate, and smooth browsing that comes with it, but there's a problem. The Pixel 4 doesn't display at 90Hz if you're using it at low brightness. Read More >>

The OnePlus 7T May Have 90hz Screen Despite Not Being a Pro

OnePlus is working on a new phone, and it will have a lower price than the current OnePlus 7 Pro. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed as much in an interview with CNET, saying that it will be more "affordable" than the OnePlus 7 Pro, which starts at £699. Read More >>

OnePlus TV will be a Dolby Atmos-Equipped Display with Eight Speakers

Under a month away from its official reveal, more details about the OnePlus TV have been teased courtesy of Amazon India. Read More >>

7 Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out of a Multi-Monitor Setup

If you’ve never tried running two screens from one computer then it might seem like an unnecessary luxury—but setting up a second display can make a huge difference to your productivity and entire user experience. Once you’ve taken the plunge with another screen, here are nine ways to make the most of it. Read More >>

Why Refresh Rate is One of the Most Crucial Specs of Any Gadget Display

When it comes to picking a gadget with a display you might look at the size of the screen, the number of pixels it manages to cram in, and even how many colours it produces. But are you paying enough attention to the refresh rate? It’s one of the most crucial specs of any screen, and its importance is growing. Read More >>

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How Ridiculously Priced Is Apple’s Monitor Stand, Really?

At $5,000 (UK price expected to be around £4700, but TBC), Apple’s new Pro Display XDR definitely ain’t cheap, but with a 32-inch screen, 6K resolution, full HDR support (with a ridiculous peak brightness of 1600 nits), and color reproduction that some are claiming is better than OLED, you can sort of see where all that money is going. Read More >>

Scientists Created a Display With Pixels a Million Times Smaller Than Those on a Smartphone

Smartphone makers might soon not have much to brag about when it comes to the number of pixels they can fit on a pocket-sized screen. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have come up with a way to create pixels that are a million times smaller than those used on even Apple’s Retina displays. But extreme pixel density is somehow the least interesting part of this breakthrough. Read More >>

OnePlus 7 Pro Will Have HDR10+ Display, UFS 3.0 Storage, But Still No IP Rating

We're about a week out from the OnePlus 7 launch, and OnePlus is throwing out more information about what we should expect. In particular, more features about the OnePlus 7 Pro and what's looking to be one hell of a display. Read More >>

Is It Actually Okay To Touch Your Computer Screen?

It’s a topic that’s polarising for techies and Luddites alike: Is it ever truly okay to touch your laptop or desktop screen? Read More >>

MWC 2019: Lenovo’s External USB-C Display Could Be on Every Laptop User’s Wishlist

Portable monitors for laptops aren’t an entirely new class of gadget, but prior to the widespread adoption of USB-C, they were always kind of a pain in the ass. That’s because you needed one cord for data, and another cord for power, with older models often ending up too big and bulky for most people to want to carry around. Read More >>

CES 2019: Razer’s First Foray into Gaming Monitors is a Show Stopper

Razer’s just made gaming monitors more colourful. The very first from the company, the 27-inch Razer Raptor, includes a bright strip of LED lights along the base. Read More >>