Don't-Miss Display Stories
Three electronics manufacturers—LG Display, Sharp and Chunghwa Picture Tubes—have agreed to plead guilty and pay a combined $585 million in criminal fines for conspiring to fix the prices of liquid crystal display (LCD) panels.
When it introduced its new laptops this week, Apple also introduced a new term to the vocabulary of Mac users—DisplayPort. Peter Cohen takes a closer look at this emerging industry standard and how it could benefit Mac users.
DisplayLink drivers -- which enable USB-equipped monitors to connect to the Mac -- have finally reached 1.0.
We summarize the major announcements coming out of Tuesday’s laptop-themed Apple event at the company’s headquarters.
Shipping in November of $899, the LED-backlit monitor offers 1,920-by-1,200-pixel resolution.
The 700 series—available in 20-, 24-, and 30-inch models—features an RGB-LED backlight which, according to LaCie, allows the monitors to produce purer red, green, and blue primaries for a larger range of vibrant colors than are available in other LCD offerings.
Epson has introduced three new projectors aimed at small business and mobile users, all priced under $800.
Nvidia has been with a lawsuit alleging it made false and misleading statements to investors.
Epson has unveiled the PowerLite Home Cinema 6100, which it claims is the first 1080p digital projector to be offered for less than $2,000.
Epson today announced a new multimedia projector, the MovieMate 55. The device includes a projector, CD/DVD player, and speakers in a portable case.
You don't need me to rattle off the benefits of working with multiple displays. But what if your machine is one that doesn't offer built-in support for multiple displays—like, say, a Mac mini? Roman Loyola takes a look at the TripleHead2Go.
Tritton's SEE2 Extreme connects additional DVI or VGA displays using USB 2.0.
The XPJ projector is extremely inexpensive, and aimed at gamers.