Don't-Miss Display Stories
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.
This device lets you attach to DVI displays to a Mac with Thunderbolt or DisplayPort video.
The SyncMaster T27B750ND 27-inch display offers a ton of interesting features not usually found in a computer display.
If you're looking for a reasonably priced, high-resolution 27-inch display, and you prefer antiglare screens, the Dell U2713HM is a great choice.
Dell's S2740L display uses high-quality components, but its resolution is considerably lower than that of other 27-inch displays.
The Macworld Lab took a look at three new 27-inch displays, and though they share a few common features, they also have some very substantial differences.
The Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD is a portable projector with two built-in ten-watt speakers, bright 2800 lumen output, and a dock for connecting and playing movies and music from your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
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