AMD records impressive revenue growth
Nearly doubles its consumer business.
Sinclair's in-house designer remembered fondly.
XPG Spectrix D80 RGB, specifically.
The first X470 chipset board to go through its paces in our lab - is Gigabyte's X470 Aorus Gaming 7 WiFi worth the cash?
240Hz flat and 144Hz curved, respectively.
Ticks a feature missing from the XL2540.
Doesn't say exactly how thin, though.
That's static contrast, too.
Smart e-ink screen for tablet use.
Four to launch in March 2015.
We get eyes on with Asus' new high-end 27in monitor.
Low-power sunlight-readable slates coming soon, says ex-OLPC tech company.
DisplaySearch claims that LED backlight tech will account for the vast majority of notebook sales in 2010 - with the rest of the display sector catching up by 2013.
NEC's MultiSync EA231WMi is a 23in, 1080p screen that uses a high quality IPS panel for gorgeous colours - and even better, it costs only a touch over £300. Read on for the full details.
Fancing something a little bigger than your usual 24" or even 30" monitor? This BenQ short throw projector will display a 50" image at less than a meter from the wall! With a HDMI input and an attractive price - could it be the answer to big screen gaming and movies?
Full HD monitors are becoming increasingly commonplace these days in both 22in and 24in panel sizes. We've been impressed by the 22in models we've seen so far, but we haven't looked at a 24-incher until today. Read on to find out how BenQ's E2400HD shapes up.
Asus’ company chairman reveals that Asus' Eee Keyboard with a built-in HTPC could be out as soon as May this year.
LCD monitor manufacturers have constantly pushed response times down with overdrive technology, which increases the voltage to force the liquid crystals to change colour states faster. Sadly, there are some side effects associated with this - we explain the cause and detail how to spot the problems yourself.
Belkin's N1 Vision modem router brings something different to the world of home networking with an LCD screen, as well as support for Gigabit networking and Wireless 802.11n. We take it for an extended test drive and see if it’s just ticking the boxes, or is a genuinely quality bit of kit.
Earlier in the week, we published the best games of the year and today it's time to look back at what's happened in the technology industry over the last year. Find out which products are the best of the year, and also which innovations have caught our eye during 2008.
Our first Full HD 16:9 widescreen monitor has hit the labs. The Iiyama ProLite E2208HDS is a 22-inch display with a 1,920 x 1,080 native resolution, which means it has an ultra-tight pixel pitch. Does it do enough to win us over? Read on to find out...
Lenovo is to announced the W700ds ThinkPad at CES next month, with an on-board digitising pad and a second 10.6" screen which deploys from the main 17" display.
Pixel Qi has announced a new range of low-power LCD displays that could boost laptop battery life up to ten times - meaning 40 hours between charges.
Scientists in South Korea have unveiled a breakthrough which greatly enhances the quality of the blue layer in an OLED screen - paving the way for big-screen units.
Engineers at AMIV in Zurich have created a massive 2m persistence of vision display for a party at the high-voltage lab, with blade tips travelling at 140MPH.
We've looked at a lot of TN+Film 'gaming' monitors recently, but NEC has thrown that idea out of the window and put its own spin on the 24-inch widescreen gaming monitor. Today we look at the company's all-new MultiSync 24WMGX3 to see if its MVA panel can work wonders.
There are a lot of 22-inch displays on the market these days and it isn't easy to navigate your way through the swamp of TN+Film panels. We have a look at the Asus VK222H to see if it can rise above the swamp and catch our eye. Read on to find out how it gets on...
Apple has announced its new range of MacBooks and its first LED backlit Cinema Display in a keynote at its Cupertino headquarters.
Big widescreen monitors are becoming increasingly commonplace in today's market and, by that same rationale, so are TN+Film panels. Samsung marries to two concepts with its SyncMaster 2693HM monitor - we check it out to see if it's any good.
At the current rate of growth, NEC says it expects more than 90 percent of all desktop LCDs it ships to be widescreen by the end of 2010.
BenQ introduced four new 16:9 'Full HD' LCD monitors yesterday in London and also made some interesting predictions for the monitor market.
NEC's MultiSync LCD3090WQXi is the company's first foray into the world of 30-inch monitors and what an entry it has made! The display is packed full of features and delivered some of the best image quality we've ever seen - read on to find out why this is the screen we'd all love to own!
COMPUTEX 2008: Asus demonstrated four 22-inch monitors daisy chained together and connected via just one USB 2.0 port. Impressive stuff.
Beleaguered Korean corporation Samsung has taken the wrapping off its next-generation quad-HD LCD panel, featuring 120Hz refresh rate and a massive 82" visible screen size.
Matrix Orbital has been quietly humming away in the background for a couple of years now, working hard on its upcoming series of GX displays and peripherals. We've been involved for a while, but is it time to pull the cover off and show off the new baby? Let's take a look...
Sony has unveiled its first pro-level OLED display, an 11" unit designed to be mated with high-definition broadcast cameras.
Research has shown that users with bigger monitors are up to 52 percent more productive.
We round up this year's CeBIT tradeshow looking at the best of those that didn't make our news feed last week. We've got products from Akasa, Asus, BFGTech, CoolIT, Cooler Master, Corsair, Gigabyte, Lian Li, MSI, OCZ, Seasonic, Tagan, Zalman and more!
CeBIT 2008: Asus has introduced two new Eee PCs at CeBIT - a 7-inch model with Windows XP and a newer model with a 9-inch screen.
CeBIT 2008: Foxconn is pushing its Quantum Force range in a big way here at CeBIT - check out the Ultra ATX cases!