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Dell U3011 Ultrasharp Monitor Review

Dell have always had a reputation for creating some of the finest monitors on the market. While they do make a wide array of panels for the mass market audience, they have always focused on the high end technology. Their U2410 has received a lot of critical acclaim, earning a …

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Iiyama vows to break 30″ ‘price control cartel’

The year is 2011. We know a lot about technology. One of the things we know, 100% for certain, is that all products get cheaper. Even Microsoft Windows bows to market forces and drops in price periodically. As technology becomes more affordable, we have a tendency to upgrade. Everywhere that …

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Apple quality control issues with 27 inch display

There have been quite a few reports that owners of the new Apple 27 inch LED Cinema Display have been reporting sound problems with the speakers. Issues with the volume control and sound cut outs have been documented. While there is always going to be issues with new hardware, there …

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BenQ to create own brand LED lighting products

BenQ are to launch their own LED lighting products in 2011 with BenQ themselves focusing on the light bulb market and Qisda to concentrate on the high end LED lighting products. BenQ have been planning this for a while and had planned to release their own products late 2010. Contacts …

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Asus ML248H Designo ML Series Review

Kitguru has reviewed many monitors over the last year including those from industry leaders Dell and iiyama. In June we reviewed the Asus MS236H, a stylish monitor which appealed on a design level, but left us wanting in other areas. It delivered much unfulfilled potential. Today we are looking at …

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Samsung release 1ms monitor with wider gamut range

When LCD screens were first released, they were often rated in excess of 20ms. With the release of the new Samsung P2770FH LCD which is rated at 1ms it shows how fast the world of technology moves. Samsungs director of display marketing Young Bae issued a statement “a prime example …

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Software to let Windows use iPad as wireless monitor

Microsoft Windows users can now use the Apple iPad as a wireless display thanks to a new software beta product called MaxiVista from a German software company called Bartels Media. This fantastic software package lets the end user extend their desktop to other PC’s and notebooks and uses a special …

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Asus MS236H Ultra Slim Panel review

KitGuru has already reviewed monitors from heavyweights such as Dell, but today we are going to be looking at a very dramatically designed panel from Asus. The Asus MS236H is a member of the Designo MS range of screens and the focus is not on class leading specifications, but on …

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Acer T231H LCD Monitor – touch and sniff

When Windows 7 was first announced many thought the touchscreen support might create a viable alternative to the trusty mouse and keyboard. Acer are releasing a new LCD monitor, called the T231H which replaces the T230H. It features an advanced ergonomic design that Acer are promoting to offer ‘maximum comfort …

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Asus release sexy new range of panels

Asus are best known for their class leading motherboards and laptops but they have been known to release some very attractive products in other sectors. Speaking with Asus Rep Iain Bristow today he told me that they are releasing a new range of products aimed at different target audiences. The …

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Monitor Buying Guide

The price of TFT screens has plummeted over the past 2 years. At the same time, the glass panels that are used to make monitors have been getting bigger and bigger. More screen real estate is always better.  These advances allow you have more applications open at once, play games …

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