These Low-Power LCD Displays Work Like e-Ink To Prolong Battery Life

The simple black and white e-ink display inside your Kindle lets you read book after book on a single charge, but when it comes to devices displaying multimedia content like your smartphone, a monochrome display just doesn't cut it. You want color, and lots of it, so Japan Display has created a new type of full-color… » 1/14/14 1:20pm 1/14/14 1:20pm

Samsung Series 7 Touch Monitor: 24-Inches of Windows 8 Awesome

Samsung is kicking off 2013 with a the Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor that's optimized for Windows 8. The 24-inch LCD supports up to 10 points of simultaneous touch on its 1080 x 1920 display and rotates 90 degrees to a vertical portrait setup so you can take full advantage of Microsoft's flexible new OS. Still no word… » 1/02/13 11:37am 1/02/13 11:37am

Report: Samsung Won't Sell LCD Panels to Apple Anymore

The Korea Times reports that Samsung will stop providing Apple with LCD panels next year. According to an unnamed "senior Samsung source," the company is unwilling to sell displays to Apple at the steep discounts of some of its competitors like LG. » 10/22/12 10:52am 10/22/12 10:52am

Would You Buy a Plasma TV or a LCD TV?

I know, I know. We all want to enjoy a gorgeous OLED TV or eat 4K visual deliciousness in our living room but those sets are ridiculously expensive and going to be pretty unrealistic for a long while. The best TV at the moment is the Panasonic VT50, a plasma screen, but we all know people's eyeballs have their own… » 8/21/12 8:00pm 8/21/12 8:00pm

You Can Actually Afford Dell's Probably Awesome 27-Inch UltraSharp…

Dell is dropping a nice new 27-inch monitor that isn't too spendy—the UltraSharp U2713HM. It's Dell's first to use AH-IPS, or advanced high-performance IPS, a technology that's supposed to improve on both color and clarity. Though it was only announced on the company's Japanese site, the screen looks like it will only… » 8/08/12 10:00am 8/08/12 10:00am

Pixel Qi Boldly Claims Its Next-Generation Displays Will Be Better…

In a rather surprising post on her blog, Pixel Qi founder Mary Lou Jepsen claims the company's next-generation transflective LCD technology will not only match the new iPad's display in terms of resolution, but will also match and exceed its contrast, color saturation and even viewing angle. Them's fightin' words. » 4/23/12 8:53am 4/23/12 8:53am