Don't-Miss Display Stories
The EA244UHD may be expensive, but when connected to a new Mac Pro over Mini DisplayPort, its pixel-doubled resolution can provide you the desktop “retina display” experience not available from an Apple display.
What should you look for in a new display? Our guide has the lowdown on what specs to look for.
We see scads of me-too screen-cleaning products, but Toddy Gear's cloths are easy to recommend.
It's a solid value at $694, but (no surprise) it pales in comparison to Sharp's $3500 PN-K321.
This 27-inch monitor can sense when you're at your desk or not and put itself to sleep or wake up.
For those looking for a high quality, IPS screen, the 27-inch HP Z Display Z27i offers extra wide viewing angles, accurate color, tons of input options, ergonomic flexibility and anti-glare screen.
Monoprice's new display uses high-quality IPS panels.
Multimon saves you from Apple’s multiple monitor insanity.
Wacom's smallest and most-affordable Cintiq has many charms going for it—but it's held back by its lack of Multi-Touch capability.
Ultrawide displays are here, and Macworld Lab takes a look at offerings from AOC, Dell, and LG.
Eye-Friendly's keyboard shortcuts and multiple-display support make it a nice resolution switcher for Retina MacBooks.
Cordless Dog's Stay ensures your windows stay where you want them. It's a useful utility for Mac users who switch between multiple monitor configurations, such as MacBook owners who connect to an external display.
The Lab takes a look at two displays that offer a 1920 by 1080 resolution.
Monoprice, a company known for its affordable computer cables and adapters, hopes to shake up the display market by offering its 27" IPS LED CrystalPro Monitor WQHD for much less than other 27-inch displays.