Don't-Miss Display Stories
Sanyo has introduced what it says is the industry's lightest and smallest XGA (1024 x 768) digital projector.
Sony's new line of S-Frame digital photo frames sport widescreen resolution and Bluetooth support.
We close out our reporters’ notebook from a busy Macworld Expo week, with James Galbraith’s account of the latest happenings in the display market.
Samsung's new 24 and 25.5-inch monitors are aimed at consumers who want full HD-resolution displays.
Kensington will use DisplayLink's network display technology for its sd200v Notebook Docking Station with Video as well as its Dual Monitor Adapter.
Iogear's new switching device enables users to switch a dual-link DVI display and 7.1 surround between two computers
In our second day at the Consumer Electronics show, Dan Moren investigates a couple of the stories that are making serious buzz in the CES arena. And, just to show we haven’t forgotten our roots, we’ll throw in one of our trademark handy gadgets. Just for you.
Gadgetbox writer Dan Moren has been dispatched to the Consumer Electronics Show to bring the latest on the world of gadget news. Today: a GPS unit that talks back, a TV with double vision, and a monitor that you may have trouble wrapping your head around.
LaCie has unveiled four new hard drives and a new LCD panel aimed at graphics and video pros.
ViewSonic, the display maker, is getting into the digital picture frame business with three low-cost models.
A new line of rotating adapters enable you to install DVI and HDMI cables at up to 90 degree angles or rotating 360 degrees.
With a projector and portable screen, Peter Cohen moves his gaming experiences off of the his Mac and onto a much larger surface.
Mustek's new PF-i700 digital photo frame features an iPod dock, and has a 7-inch LCD display with widescreen aspect ratio.
Sharp and Toshiba are discussing an alliane that promises to shape up the LCD industry, according to a Japanese newspaper report.
Does your Mac’s display exhibit unwanted horizontal lines? Look at your graphics card.