Don't-Miss Display Stories
A study commissioned by Apple concludes that a 30-inch display can help boost worker productivity, but not everyone agrees.
ViewSonic's new ViewDock line of LCD displays feature integrated iPod docks, along with speakers and an 8-in-1 flash media card reader.
One easy way to lessen your risk of injury is to get the right chair and set up your hardware correctly. But while most ergonomists concur that certain arrangements are particularly hazardous, they don't always agree on what's best. That makes it difficult to suggest a perfect setup, so consider these recommendations as guidelines.
Epson has unveiled four new LCD projectors, some of which support wireless networking and USB flash drives.
If you opt for the Mac mini but don’t have a spare monitor at home, you’ll need to buy a display. Fortunately, you can get a perfectly decent display—one that you can also use to watch TV and movies—at a reasonable price.
Apple has reduced the price of its Cinema Displays by as much as $500.
Check out a week's worth of technology at the annual SIGGRAPH graphics trade show in Boston with this wrap-up report from Gadgetbox blogger Dan Moren.
Even with the buyout of ATI, analysts don't believe AMD will cutoff rival Nvidia.
CyberTouch has released a touchscreen 17-inch LCD display that's Mac and PC compatible.
LaCie has upgraded its 300 series LCD displays with 12-bit gamma correction, and introduced a new 20-inch display.
Promethean's new Activboard+2 whiteboard system works without ceiling mounts.
Royal's new PF-series digital picture albums display photos stored on flash media.
Macworld editors can be a jaded bunch. We’ve been looking at Mac hardware and software for so long, we sometimes feel as though we’ve seen it all before. But then, every once in a while, something new comes along—a desktop gadget, a way to keep a laptop safe, or an oddball USB device, for instance—that makes us stop and say “Wow.”
ViewSonic is offering its 20-inch VM2025wm display for gamers.
A string of new LCD factories being built, combined with slow demand for notebook and desktop PC screens, caused LCD prices to fall during the first three months of the year