Monitors have become thinner over the years and the panels have gradually improved, but they've never really adapted to maximise your desk space. Until now.
Well here's something we bet you didn't expect we'd write about: a chair. And not just any chair.
Your regular desktop monitor mightn't do pictures and video as well as other devices, and as phones, but thanks to some new developments, that could change. As long as you change your screen.
CES hasn’t started yet, but that hasn’t stopped LG from announcing what it’s working on, pre-announcing a couple of new screens with new technology.
Samsung’s love affair with quantum dots isn’t just in the world of TVs, as the technology arrives in computer monitors, too.
We wondered how long it would be until display makers considered the new USB over HDMI or DisplayPort. Now we know: 2017.The massive tech announcement fest that is CES may be just around the corner, but as per usual LG is talking it up ahead of time, and one big announcement may be the death of HDMI in the monitor space.As it has been known to do, LG is pre-announcing some of its products before the show even launches, and while January isn't very far (unbelievably so), the announcement of what we can expect to see…