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Asustek preps 4K UHD IPS display with Nvidia G-Sync technology

Asustek Computer has announced a new ultra-high-definition (UHD) display for gamers that features a high-quality in-plane switching (IPS) panel along with Nvidia Corp.’s G-Sync technology. The PG27AQ monitor promises to be among the best premium displays for gamers this year. The Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ features a 27” IPS panel with …

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Five display manufacturers commit to FreeSync

The first AMD FreeSync compatible monitors are expected to launch this year and five display manufacturers have already committed to supporting the variable refresh rate technology. LG, BenQ, ViewSonic, Samsung and Nixeus all have FreeSync displays in the works. Confirmed models range in size from a standard 24 Inch size …

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ASUS announces new PA328Q 32in 4K display

Ah CES, the time of year when a journalist’s eyes bleed there’s so much ‘news’ out there and you can’t help but wish your pockets were a bit deeper so you could afford all the new goodies being announced. One such company that’s showing off a lot of new gear …

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LG debuts 34-inch ultra-wide display with AMD FreeSync

LG Electronics, the world’ largest maker of ultra-wide monitors, has announced the world’s first 21:9 display with beyond full-HD resolution and AMD FreeSync technology. The unique display was developed primarily for gamers and multimedia enthusiasts, but given its unique capabilities, even some professionals may find it useful. The LG 34UM67 …

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Asus debuts 4K 27-inch IPS display for $799/£510

Affordable ultra-high-definition displays are widespread on the market these days, just like high-quality and gaming monitors with 4K (3840*2160) resolution. Asustek Computer on Wednesday introduced its PB279Q monitor that combines quality, performance and relatively low price in one package. The Asus PB279Q is based on a 10-bit in-plane switching (IPS) …

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More display makers to offer 5K UHD monitors in 2015

As 4K ultra-high-definition monitors migrate to mainstream price points, 5K UHD displays are set to become a new de-facto standard for ultra-premium segment. Apple and Dell will not be alone with 5K (5120*2880) ultra-high-definition displays next year as more makers are going to join them, according to a media report. …

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Eizo introduces square display with 1920*1920 resolution

Eizo, a leading producer of professional and consumer displays, has unveiled a rather extravagant square display with 1920*1920 resolution. The Eizo FlexScan EV2730Q monitor is intended for CAD/CAM/DCC/finance and other professionals, sports a number of professional features and is among the first square displays with 26.5” diagonal on the market. …

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Dell 5K monitor to launch soon for under $2000

Back in September Dell first showed off its 27 Inch 5K monitor, although at the time the company didn’t release many details about the product. However, Dell is currently gearing up to release the 5120×2880 ultra HD monitor soon with the price expected to come in under $2000. Considering that …

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OCUK spurs production of LG ultra-wide 1440p monitor

If you are in the market for an ultra-wide 21:9 monitor then Overclockers UK has you covered as the retailer will be exclusively selling the LG 34UC97-P 34 Inch 3440×1440 curved LED monitor for the next few months. Originally, LG didn’t plan to bring this monitor to the UK but OCUK …

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LG to launch IPS monitor with ‘true 4K’ resolution

LG is set to launch a new IPS monitor sporting ‘true 4K’ resolution (4096×2160), the new panel is aimed at professionals and is marketed as a ‘Digital Cinema 4K monitor’. Most 4K monitors on the market have a 3840×2160 resolution but the Ultra HD resolution is an easy to work …

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Freesync monitors to start releasing in November

There is a rumor going around that AMD is planning to bring the FreeSync variable refresh rate standard to the market as soon as possible, more specifically, between November and Q1 2015. FreeSync is set to be an open standard, free of licensing costs, directly competing with Nvidia’s own G-Sync …

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Sharp unveils world’s first ‘full-spec’ 8K LCD TV

Sharp Corp. this week demonstrated what it calls the world’s first television that supports all requirements of 8K super hi-vision broadcast. The LCD TV supports 7680*4320 resolution and is not expected to hit the market until 2018, when Japan Broadcasting Corp. (Nippon Hoso Kyokai, NHK) starts to broadcast in such …

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