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Today is Intels big launch day for the new Raptor Lake 13th Gen Core processors, but partners are already on board with refreshed systems. This includes Alienware, who has updated the Aurora platform to take advantage of the latest Intel CPUs as well as support new GeForce RTX 40-Series options. Alongside the Aurora... Read more...
ASRock has officially extended its reach into gaming monitor territory with the launch of two models, as was tipped earlier this summer. They include the 34-inch Phantom Gaming PG34WQ15R2B with a curved Vertical Alignment (VA) display, and a smaller 27-inch Phantom Gaming PG27FF1A built around a flat In-Plane... Read more...
There are many ways to evaluate a monitor. We can look at size and resolution, sure. Panel type can be another good indicator of its characteristics. Does it cover a particular color space effectively for creative work? Great. One metric that has been difficult to judge is motion blur, which is particularly important... Read more...
There's a lot to consider when buying a gaming monitor these days, more so than ever before. There are the basics, like screen size, resolution, and refresh rate. But then you have adaptive sync implementations and, more recently, if HDMI 2.1 connectivity is part of the package. In an apparent attempt to check all (or... Read more...
If the directive is to go big or go home, LG need not worry about going stir crazyit opted for the former option with the launch of a new 49-inch Ultrawide monitor (model 49WQ95C-W). Calling these displays "ultrawide" actually sells them short, as a 49-inch monitor serves up expansive real estate, provided you have... Read more...
Sony is starting to show some love for gaming on the PC platform (like remastering the PlayStation exclusive Marvel's Spider-Man for PC) and it's looking for something substantially more meaningful than a one-night stand. To prove it's interested in a long-term relationship. Sony has announced its first hardware... Read more...
AOC is releasing another mini LED gaming monitor, the Agon Pro AG344UXM with a 34-inch in-plane switching (IPS) panel capable of achieving an eye-searing 1,000 nits brightness level. It's a relatively fast and responsive display tooit sports a respectable 170Hz refresh rate and a low 1ms response time (gray-to-gray)... Read more...
Dell is retooling one of our favorite productivity laptops, the XPS 13, with more powerful hardware packed into a thinner and lighter profile than any previous iteration. That's saying something because one of the things we like so much about the XPS 13 is that it's a svelte laptop. The latest version is even more so... Read more...
Could you imagine Maverick gaming at 60Hz, or even 120Hz? Neither can AOC, which today unveiled a new gaming monitor primarily aimed at esports players who have a serious need for speed. The Agon Pro AG274QS answers that call with a wicked fast 300Hz refresh rate, and it achieves that speed at a native 2560x1440 (QHD)... Read more...
LG Electronics has introduced its newest UltraGear gaming monitor lineup, and it includes a 48-inch 4K beast. The new monitors are said to incorporate an all-new design language, the latest display tech and a range of gaming and connectivity features. According to a press release by LG, the latest lineup brings the... Read more...
I've said it before and I'll say it againmini LED is the real deal in display technology. It's also finally starting to emerge in consumer displays, from a handful of TV models (like Samsung's Neo QLED lineup) to a spattering of gaming monitors. Falling into the latter category, AOC today announced a new Agon Pro... Read more...
You may not have heard of Display Week, but it's a thing and of particular interest at this year's event are some new high speed displays coming from AU Optronics. The one pictured above is a curved WQHD (3440x1440) monitor with DisplayHDR 1000 certification and a speedy 200Hz refresh rate, and that's great... Read more...
Lenovo is refreshing its "stylish and savage" Legion 7 series gaming laptops, and after seeing them in person and glossing over the specifications for each model, we're in total agreementboth the Legion 7/7i and Legion Slim 7/7i are sleek systems with some serious horsepower. They also come with desirable display... Read more...
Nobody likes to use a slow computer. Having to wait for applications to launch and files to load can be incredibly tedious, especially when you're in a rush to get work done. That said, nobody likes to lug around a heavy "desktop replacement" laptop either, whether it's a mobile workstation or gaming system. Well... Read more...
Gaming monitors have come a long way since the days of CRT, and even early LCD models. In the old days, the main specifications that mattered were the physical size and native resolution. As display technology evolved, however, other factors have come into play. One of those is adaptive sync, and to help make sense of... Read more...
AOC is collaborating with Porsche Design again, this time on an exceptionally bright and sufficiently fast 31.5-inch gaming monitor, the Agon Pro PD32M. Built for high octane gaming, the standout feature here is the use of mini LED technology, which plays a pivotal role in the monitor's ability to hit an eye-searing... Read more...
AOC has created a new Agon Pro gaming monitor tier among its growing display lineup and its first model, the Agon Pro AG254FG, comes flying out of the gate with a breakneck 360Hz refresh rate for fast-action gameplay. In doing so, the AG254FG earns the distinction of the fastest gaming monitor AOC has released to... Read more...
Maybe you splurged on NVIDIA's monstrous GeForce RTX 3090 Ti and want to stretch its legs, or perhaps you own a reasonably powerful GPU with better bang-for-buck proposition. Either way, like a fine wine it's all about the pairing, and it's the monitor you'll be staring at for hours on end, not the graphics card. If... Read more...
The perfect productivity laptop may not exist, but Dell's XPS lineup often comes close, blending premium build quality with an array of features and fast hardware. We're not being generic in our praise here, eithersee our reviews of last year's Dell XPS 17 and XPS 15 for our expanded analysis. These XPS models have... Read more...
Dell is rolling out a couple of new 32-inch gaming monitors, one with a 4K resolution and the other a 1440p display. Both feature an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel and relatively fast refresh rates, though there are some key differences between the two that extend beyond the screen resolution. Chief among them is... Read more...
Lenovo's bringing out the big fireworks this year to celebrate ThinkPad's 30th anniversary. At the 2022 Mobile World Congress, the company announced top-to-bottom refreshes of most of its laptop products, including ThinkPads, ThinkBooks, and IdeaPads. We'll have a gander at the IdeaPad models in a bit, but for now... Read more...
Dell could have been forgiven for attaching a monstrous price tag to the Alienware 34 QD-OLED gaming monitor it introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last month. After all, it ticks a lot of desirable boxes, and rocks an OLED panel, which is still a rarity in the gaming display space. But instead of... Read more...
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