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Asus VE278Q 27 Inch Monitor Review

A growing number of people are gradually learning about the benefits of using a higher resolution screen. Long gone are the days of 1024×768 resolution as the latest Steam survey in December 2011 has highlighted. 17.59% of gamers are using a 1680×1050 panel now, with 7.77% using 1920×1080. Only 4 …

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Super high resolution televisions dominate CES

CES this year seems to have a strong focus on television sets, and new super high resolution 4k screens are stealing the show. LG Electronics are getting high priority this year as they have announced a new 55 inch OLED screen, that is 3/16 of an inch thick and their …

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Sony Prototype TV with 6 million ‘real’ LEDs

Sony have announced a new television which they are showcasing at CES in Las Vegas. This 55 inch screen uses miniature light emitting diodes in place of pixels. Current LED televisions are based on LCD technology with an LED light behind. The new Sony television uses 6 million LED’s, 2 …

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LG to sell 4mm thick 55 inch OLED TV’s in Q3 2012

LG Electronics have said that they hope to start selling the world’s largest organic driven television in the second half of 2012. OLED, or organic light emitting diode panels give improved image quality when compared to current mainstream screens available on the market. LG are the world’s second largest TV …

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LG 3840×2160 84 inch HDTV to showcase at CES

For those of you not happy with the current batch of 1080p televisions, the upcoming release from LG of the ‘ultra definition’ 3840×2160 84 inch model will be sure to tick all the right boxes. LG are set to showcase the panel at CES in Las Vegas early in 2012 …

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LG to showcase world’s largest OLED screen

LG are set to highlight their latest, and world’s largest OLED panel at CES in January. This ‘organic’ LED tv panel is 55 inches in diameter and just 5 millimeters thick. CES in Las Vegas is often the prime location for showcasing new and upcoming products. Organic LED technology is …

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Lenovo release new range of ThinkVision monitors

Lenovo have announced a new range of 11 ThinkVision monitors, which have achieved Gold status under the UL Environment’s Sustainable Product Certification (SPC) program. This means that Lenovo are technically the PC-maker with the largest portfolio of UL Environment Gold-rated products. The ThinkVision monitors cater to a wide range of …

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ASUS PA238Q LED Monitor Review

Today we are looking at the new ASUS PA238Q LED Monitor, the little brother to the PA246Q which we reviewed back in May this year. The Pro Art 238Q is targeted at web professionals, designers and the discerning enthusiast audience who demand a high quality image. The Asus PA238Q is …

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Iiyama shoots for fastest draw in the west at i43

While more column inches are dedicated to graphic cards and processors than anything else, it’s the keyboard, mouse, headset and screen that define the gamer’s interface with their gaming rig. Iiyama had a new screen on display at i43 – and it’s a bit of a monster. KitGuru spies got …

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LG focus on OLED tech for big screen TV’s

LG have said that they are not going to develop Organic Light Emitting Diode Displays (OLED) for smaller portable devices. Kown Young Soo, the chief executive of LG Display said in a meeting with reporters last week “Samsung is misleading the market because OLED displays are not suitable in terms …

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3D TV without the glasses, only £13,000

3DTV sales still haven’t set the world on fire, and I think I know why. No one wants to be dealing with glasses. I certainly don’t want to be sitting on my sofa in the evenings with an annoying pair of glasses to watch the football. Well fear not, for …

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Samsung to showcase new 2560×1600 10 inch panel

Samsung are getting ready to show the world their stunning new 10.1 inch LCD screen which has a staggering resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, normally reserved for 30 inch panels. Samsung have been hard at work with their partner Nouvoyance to unveil the new WQXGA display next week at the SID …

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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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