Don't-Miss Display Stories
Other World Computing unveiled a faster, higher-capacity line Mercury On-The-Go Pro bus-powered portable hard drives Wednesday. Also, SendStation Systems released a trio of adapters for connecting external displays to Mini DisplayPort-enabled Macs, and a new version of the Cover Stream iTunes controller debuted.
Mac OS X 10.5.7 has drivers
In October, stricter specifications for Energy Star certification will take place.
Nvidia and EVGA plan to release a GeForce GTX 285 graphics for the Mac Pro in June, according to a report.
OWC has introduced a USB 2.0 display interface to connect an external monitor.
Sanyo Electric has unveiled a short-throw laser projector that can display a 100-inch high-def image that's brighter than anything else on the market.
Collins America is rolling out the first line of third-party LCD displays equipped with Mini DisplayPort interfaces.
A third-party vendor is now offering an HDCP-compliant Mini-DisplayPort-to-HDMI adapter for Apple's newest Macs.
LaCie has introduced a Proof Edition of its blue eye pro monitor calibration system.
Canon has unveiled three new digital projectors, one of which has 1280 x 800 widescreen resolution.
Apple has updated the firmware that controls its Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter to address intermittent flickering and compatibility issues.
Mini DisplayPort is coming to older Mac Pros, thanks to a new graphics card offering from Apple.
Apple has removed the 20-inch Cinema Display from its online store—typically a sign that the company has discontinued a product.
MIMO has announced the release of two seven-inch displays that work using USB.
Rob Griffiths spends some time with a unibody 15-inch MacBook Pro that has a custom matte screen from TechRestore.