Telltale Games hits the rocks
Lays most staff off, cancels most projects.
Ties Chrome sign-in to Google sites.
We put the Evolv X through its paces to see if it's really worth £200.
ViewSonic has launched the second Nvidia 3D Vision screen, capable of a 120Hz refresh rate to let you game in 3D. That is, stereoscopic 3D like what you get in the cinema - we've been 3D gaming since Wolfenstein 3D (or 3D Monser Maze, if you're pedantic). Read on to see whether the 3D revolution starts now!
Monitor manufacturers are starting to listen to customers - we want some much-needed choice in the 22-inch market. The HP LP2275W is another 22-incher equipped with Samsung's latest S-PVA panel technology - is this the monitor we've dearly been waiting for?
We've been looking for the perfect 22-inch monitor for quite some time now, but we haven't had much luck so far. Today we look at NEC's MultiSync P221W, which features a brand new 22-inch S-PVA panel with a 10-bit look-up table - could these ingredients make this the perfect 22-incher?
Dell has joined the ever-increasing number of monitor manufacturers selling 22-inch full HD monitors. We have a look at the S2209W, which is priced ideally for gamers and discerning home users on a budget.
Viewsonic is the second monitor manufacturer to jump on the 16:9 bandwagon after Iiyama. We check out the VX2260WM, a 22-inch 1,920 x 1,080 display with a decent array of connectivity options, to see how it stands up to what else is out there.
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...
We've been growing tired of the mediocrity present in the 22-inch widescreen monitor market, but HannsG has come along with something that piqued our interest. At just £110, the HG221AP is one of the cheapest 22-inchers on the market, but is it 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.
COMPUTEX 2008: Asus demonstrated four 22-inch monitors daisy chained together and connected via just one USB 2.0 port. Impressive stuff.