ASUS joins in on the 3D monitor fray with the 23-inch VG236H. It features ASUS' proprietary Splendid Video Intelligence Technology, Color Shine, and up to 400 nits of brightness. We take it for a spin in our test labs to see how it stacks up.
Aiming to further expand its range of products later this year, RedFox Technologies invited us to an intimate gathering where they revealed some of their upcoming products that are scheduled to be rolled out sometime in Q4 of 2011.
LG brings the Cinema 3D experience to its monitor with the Flatron D2342P. Harnessing LG's Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) technology, the D2342P promises to deliver flicker-free 3D viewing at a more affordable cost.
Part of Samsung's elite Series 9 3D LED monitor lineup, the SyncMaster SA950 highlights an assymetrical, unibody design. It incorporates 3D HyperReal Engine and Real 120Hz speed which were once limited to Samsung's HDTVs.
The 20-inch, LED-backlit e2051F monitor is a perfect example of AOCâ€™s minimalist design philosophy, with its razor-thin 10.6mm profile and picture frame-style design which minimizes bulk and allow you to focus on the content displayed on the screen.
With dedicated models aimed at both businesses and consumers, Philips is venturing forth in the monitor market with bold steps. We also got a sneak peek of an interesting health-related technology that would soon make its debut.
BenQ's EW2430 24-inch LED monitor stands out from the rest of this year's crop of displays with its solid metal base and frame, along with extra amenities such as a 4-port USB hub and a pair of 2-watt stereo speakers.
Further cementing its position as the global leader in computer monitors, Samsung introduced the new Central Station, Multifunction, and SyncMaster 3D monitors to the Philippine market recently. Here is our take on the said event.
AOC proudly unveiled its new Razor line of monitors, which consists of three of the thinnest, most cutting-edge LED monitor models to be made available in the local market. The launch was also tied up with the premiere showing of the movie X-Men: First Class.
Unraveling a showcase of leading imaging technologies both currently available as well as those yet to come in the future, the Canon Group staged its culminating Canon Expo 2011 in Shanghai, China last week, with the theme, â€œUnlimited Delight.â€