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Hewlett-Packard says its 24-inch DreamColor LP2480zx will deliver true colors because of its ability to display 30-bit color, which can provide up to one billion colors.
Starbucks’ Web site was overwhelmed with customers trying to sign up for a new program that will offer them some free Wi-Fi.
Kensington is offering a dual monitor adapter that uses USB.
Sanyo is offering two new portable LCD projectors that feature an active filtration system.
Epson's new EX90 projector is aimed at small businesses and features 1024 x 768 native resolution.
Nvidia has won a court decision filed against creditors of 3dfx Interactive, which Nvidia bought the assets of in 2001.
The MacBook Air is spurring the use of LED backlights in notebook PCs, thanks to its ultra-thin design.
Sanyo's newest "SuperBright" projectors, aimed at the educational and business market, can be operated by remote control via a Web browser using an optional module.
Nvidia's GeForce 8800 GT card is now available as an upgrade kit for first-generation Mac Pros.
Iogear is offering a new gadget that enables you to move a DVI display up to 100 feet away from your Mac, using Ethernet cabling.
DisplayLink's beta drivers let monitors work on Mac over USB, but they could be better, if Apple cooperated.
DoubleSight, which makes multi-monitor LCD displays, now sells its mounting hardware separately.
Sanyo has introduced what it says is the industry's lightest and smallest XGA (1024 x 768) digital projector.