displays

The Galaxy Z Flip's glass screen isn't very durable

When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip, its display's extra-thin glass drew the attention of many people. It theoretically offered a better feel and more durability than the fragile plastic of the

Dark Mode vs. Light Mode: Which Is Better?

Recently a well-respected UI consulting firm (the Nielsen Norman Group) published their analysis of academic studies on the question of whether Dark Mode or Light Mode was better for reading?Cosima

Samsung, LG Could Be Making Portable Monitors For Smartphones

The size of our smartphone displays have come a very long way since back in the day. However, we imagine that there probably still several instances where we wished we had a bigger screen. Now
Why your next TV needs ‘filmmaker mode’

Why your next TV needs ‘filmmaker mode’

TVs this year will ship with a new feature called "filmmaker mode," but unlike the last dozen things the display industry has tried to foist on consumers, this one actually matters. It doesn't
Can you really tell the difference between a Quad HD and Full HD display?

Can you really tell the difference between a Quad HD and Full HD display?

Are QHD displays worth the battery life sacrifice? Let's find out!
How Far Can the Refresh Rate Race Go?

How Far Can the Refresh Rate Race Go?

After getting back from CES and having a chance to think about all the fancy new gadgets, there’s one question that keeps popping back into my head: How far is the push for displays with faster
How Far Can the Refresh Rate Race Go?

How Far Can the Refresh Rate Race Go?

After getting back from CES and having a chance to think about all the fancy new gadgets, there’s one question that keeps popping back into my head: How far is the push for displays with faster
Coronavirus is slowing LCD production, and TV and monitor prices are expected to climb as a result

Coronavirus is slowing LCD production, and TV and monitor prices are expected to climb as a result

At least five LCD display factories at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak are suffering production slowdowns, which is turn is expected to have an effect on the supply and pricing of displays
Crowd Funding Crew Claims It's Made the World's First IPS 240Hz 1440p Monitor

Crowd Funding Crew Claims It's Made the World's First IPS 240Hz 1440p Monitor

Instead of simply releasing devices and hoping that people like them, Eve relies on its community to help design its products—sourcing feedback and ideas from the company’s forums. A few years ago,
Here’s why I think the refresh rate wars are dumb

Here’s why I think the refresh rate wars are dumb

Smoother scrolling is great, but high refresh rate displays on smartphones have significant drawbacks.
The N64 Controller Almost Had its Own Private Second Screen

The N64 Controller Almost Had its Own Private Second Screen

Few controllers in the history of video gaming had to do as much heavy lifting as the N64's. It not only introduced Nintendo fans to analog control sticks, it also included a slot for memory cards,
OnePlus Demos 120Hz Screen for the OnePlus 8

OnePlus Demos 120Hz Screen for the OnePlus 8

The OnePlus 8 will support a 120Hz refresh rate, and Co-founder Pete Lau posted a video demonstrating the advantage of such a display. The post OnePlus Demos 120Hz Screen for the OnePlus 8 appeared
Microsoft confirms HoloLens 2 display issues as headsets remain scarce

Microsoft confirms HoloLens 2 display issues as headsets remain scarce

Some of the earliest HoloLens 2 adopters have complained about color problems with the AR headset's displays, and Microsoft is now looking into the reports.
Mind-blowing Delta board shows 100 passengers personalized flight details at the same time

Mind-blowing Delta board shows 100 passengers personalized flight details at the same time

I witnessed magic at the Delta Airline booth at CES. The Parallel Reality board is a digital display that defies logic showing different viewers different information while everyone is looking AT THE
Are laptops with a 16:9 aspect ratio on their way out?

Are laptops with a 16:9 aspect ratio on their way out?

With more manufacturers like Dell, Acer, and Huawei adopting either 16:10 or 3:2 aspect ratios for their laptop displays, does that mean that 16:9 is on its way out? We can only hope.
NVIDIA’s G-Sync Display Offers Up 360Hz Refresh Rates

NVIDIA’s G-Sync Display Offers Up 360Hz Refresh Rates

With regular consumer-grade displays, the refresh rates aren’t particularly high because to be honest, not everyone sees the need for it. However, if you’re working professionally or if you’re a
Vizio Hops On Board The OLED Bandwagon With Its New 2020 TVs

Vizio Hops On Board The OLED Bandwagon With Its New 2020 TVs

In the TV market, Samsung and LG are two of the more prominent makers of OLED televisions, but it looks like we can add yet another manufacture to the list in the form of Vizio. At CES 2020, the
Lenovo Launches A New Curved Gaming Monitor

Lenovo Launches A New Curved Gaming Monitor

These days we’re seeing an increase in the adoption of curved displays. If you believe that gaming or watching movies feels more immersive on a curved monitor, then you might want to check out

Dell's Upcoming XPS 13 Linux Laptop Includes a Fingerprint Reader

An anonymous reader quotes Forbes: If you've been following the steady march of progress from Dell's Linux-first Project Sputnik team, you're no doubt aware that the "Developer Edition" variant of the
At a Glance: Acer Predator X35 Review

At a Glance: Acer Predator X35 Review

Acer's Predator X35 comes loaded with tons of high-end features, but at $2,499 it's simply too expensive to really be a competitive solution. The post At a Glance: Acer Predator X35 Review appeared