Your VDU is a crucial component for the enjoyment and practical use of a PC. For application delivery, multimedia presentation, video playback, gaming and online browsing, a good quality monitor is essential. Whether it be CRT, LCD or a new cutting edge model, modern day applications, media streaming and video playback demand slicker graphics processing and seamless image projection. Even your operating system, such as Windows Vista with its 3D Aero graphics navigation, requires a display that can deliver sharp, clear images with supreme contrast and brightness. As such VDU�s come in all shapes, sizes, specifications, and inevitably, price brackets. Here we look at the best and worst computer displays, offering help and troubleshooting tips, product reviews and best in class ratings.
What’s new in the world of computer displays? Believe it or not, touch screen monitors are going to be part of the shift toward new interface types, and Windows 8 will help drive that change. Learn more about some of the best monitors for gaming and what those tech specs mean.
If you’re a gamer you have needs that are a bit different from your typical PC users. While an office computer can be hooked up to any old monitor, you need a display that will show your games in the best light. Let’s take a look at the three best gaming monitors around today.
Technology has progressed rapidly recently and it may be time to change the function of your TV. With many buying LCD HDTVs you might consider using it as a computer monitor as well. This would allow great functionality. This article will go over advantages and disadvantages of doing so.
If you’ve recently purchased a new video card, you may have noticed the funny looking white colored ports on the side, but you have a monitor (or two) that has a funny looking blue colored cord. What to do? Never fear with this article! Connecting a VGA monitor to a DVI video card is no trouble.
If your video card only outputs DVI-D and your monitor only supports VGA, then you need to buy a new monitor. Adapting the signal is an option, but it’s dumb and expensive.
Many of us feel like we live in front of our computers both at work and play. Too much of this technology takes its toll on our bodies and brains. Here we look at some ergonomic computer monitor stands and arms that help to take that stress away.
Gamers put very specific demands on their LCD monitors. On the one hand they need a monitor that has a good display so games look great. However, they also need a monitor with a quick response time to prevent blurring or ghosting. In this article we’ll look at three great gaming monitors.
Many large computer monitors now conform to the HDTV resolution standard known as 1080p. This means a monitor has a resolution of 1920x1080 with a 16:9 aspect ratio. These monitors are excellent for playing games and watching movies. Let’s take a look at the three best 1080p monitors.
The 30 inch monitor is still a large and exotic product despite the low cost of LCD panels. There is no other display device, however, that can provide better image quality or more usable display space when used with a PC. Let’s take a look at the best 30 inch monitors.
The low price of the typical LCD display has made 23” and 24” monitors relatively affordable. These monitors offer a high resolution and large display size, a good combination for most users. In this article we’ll round up the three best monitors of this size.