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NEC X462UN Ultra-Narrow 46-inch LCD Display

The new NEC X462UN is a 46 inch ultra-narrow LCD display that offers DisplayPort connectivity and new EdgeComp technology for easy video wall installations. It is a perfect display for public venues, lobbies, retail stores and broadcasting. read more…

By 2011, all Viewsonic displays will all be LED

Viewsonic has recently announced that they intend to phase out all of their LED-backlit displays by 2011.

I guess we shouldn’t be surprised, as LEDs are getting cheaper and cheaper, and who knows what will be next. read more…

Samsung Presents Up To Six Displays For Their SyncMaster MD Series

Samsung has started selling monitors for their Eyefinity-equipped SyncMaster MD Series in South Korea. First in this series is the 23 inch MD230 monitor, which is being sold as a single monitor. read more…

Apple Releases 27-Inch 16:9 Cinema Display

Apple has come forth today to announce an addition to their Cinema Display line up with a 27-inch 16:9 display. This display features a massive 2560 x 1440 resolution with IPS technology making for an extremely wide viewing angle. read more…

Sony to Display 360-Degree Auto-Stereoscopic Display At SIGGRAPH 2010

3D display technology has been receiving all the buzz lately due to the futuristic experience it offers. However, companies are looking to take the technology a step further with auto-steroscopic 3D displays. read more…

DIY Pixel Qi Display Kits Promises Better Displays

If you feel that your netbook’s LCD display could do better, then perhaps these DIY Pixel Qi display kits can be a sound alternative. Although they are made for only two models for now (Samsung N130 and Lenovo S10-2) these innovative add-ons can be yours for only $275 over at the MarketShed. read more…

NEC V421 42-inch LCD Display

The 42 inch V421 is the latest addition made by NEC to its value-driven V Series displays. It is a reasonably priced LCD display designed with conference rooms, resultants and retail stores in mind, offering an assortment of features to its users. read more…

Sharp Unveils Thinnest Multi-Screen Display

Sharp of Japan officially unveiled today the world’s thinnest multi-screen display with the presentation of the Sharp PN-V601. This new display consists of up to 30 60” LCDs to produce one of the gigantic individual screens we have seen to date. read more…

Toshiba Prototype Display Demoed at SID 2010

Toshiba unravels yet another prototype display that can show off 2D and 3D simultaneously. This new 12″ screen technology was shown off at the SID 2010 with no special glasses required. The whole concept seems to be a bit complicated although it looks like it took a couple of panels and special lenses to make it work. read more…

The HP ZR30w Display

HP is putting out several new displays including the ZR24w and ZR22w, and they have just added the ZR30w.

This is a 30-inch monitor with four-way ergonomic support including height adjustment, swivel, tilt, and pivot. read more…

LG 15-inch W-OLED Display

LG recently took center stage at the SID-2010 conference to show attendees a 15-inch W-OLED panel they have been working on. According to LG, thanks to the W-OLED technology featured in this panel they will be eable to achieve significantly improved lifetime and color depth. read more…

Sony Shows Off OLED Displays With 10-Year+ Lifetime

OLED displays are already applauded for their enourmously environmentally friendly operation, but that todens’t mean they are perfect as they still have much room to grow. One premiere manufacturer and developer of OLED technology is Sony, a name you’re sure to all be familiar with. read more…

Samsungs 46-inch transparent touch LCD display

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While 3DTVs are generating a lot of buzz there is another display technology that’s quickly gaining a nice following and that is transparent displays. Not too long ago we showed you a transparent 19-inch AMOLED from Samsung but perhaps that was a bit too small for you. read more…

DuPont promises to create AMOLED displays faster and more reliably

We just heard that Samsung would be producing a new AMOLED factory by 2012 which means it’s definitely generating some buzz within the industry, which we’ve already known. However, despite the emergence of the technology, companies have yet to really break into it and produce OLED displays to their full potential. read more…

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