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Pity the modern worker. Back when our ancestors served their 60 hours a week lashed to lathes, coupled to conveyor belts, and harnessed to harvesters, it was impossible to take work home. Clock out, and you were done for the day. No longer. The home office—whether as an adjunct to a distant workplace or as the location of your primary workplace—is a common component of home.
Envision has introduced three new LCD displays that are Mac and PC-compatible -- a 19-inch widescreen model with 1440 x 900 resolution and a 17 and 19-inch display with 1280 x 1024 pixel resolutions. All are priced between $199 and $229.
Apple dropped the price of its Cinema Displays on Wednesday.
Matrox Graphics used this week’s Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco to introduce the TripleHead2Go Digital Edition, which enables you to hook up to three DVI-based displays to a Mac or PC.
Lab director James Galbraith answers reader questions on how we evaluate dispalys in our lab tests.
While the Mac universe converged upon San Francisco for Macworld Expo, the rest of the technology world turned its attention to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We dispatched MacUser blogger Dan Moren to Sin City to see what all the fuss was about.
ViewSonic's DLP-based PJ258D projector features an integrated iPod dock, so you can watch video without having to go through a computer first.
Sony revealed on Sunday a system that will allow viewers of its Bravia flat-panel TV sets to access broadband video content, some of it in high-definition.
Digital Foci is shipping a new version of its Image Moments digital photo frame that now supports custom frames.
Regulators in the US, Korea and Japan have served Samsung with subpoenas as part of an investigation into possible anti-competitive practices in the LCD market.
ATI graphics products lost ground in every category during the third quarter, and its acquisition by AMD is likely the reason why, says Jon Peddie Research.
Matrox has introduced two boxes that enable Intel Mac users to connect two or three external displays using a single connector from their Mac.
Demand for flat-panel televisions fell in Europe, but LCD models still outsold CRT models for the first time there during the third quarter.