Don't-Miss Display Stories
The VX2753mh is an attractive and versatile monitor that will appeal to both home users and business users on a tight budget.
Samsung’s LED pico projector, the SP-H03, really does impress with its tiny form. It takes up a smaller surface area than a DVD disc and is just over an inch tall.
For owners of the 2011 MacBook Air, the Thunderbolt Display is a fantastic way to get iMac-like features while still being able to walk away with one of the lightest laptops available. If your Mac has Thunderbolt, FireWire 800, and gigabit ethernet, the case for buying the comparatively inflexible Thunderbolt display is a little less compelling.
The DualHead2Go offers easy and fast plug-and-play options for owners of the latest Mac hardware; owners of older MacBooks should carefully check which display ports their machines have.
The Mitsubishi EX240U is a more traditional projector in terms of both price and size; Mitsubishi bills it as an education projector.
The PocketCinema V50 is a projector you would need to spend some time with before being able to use it comfortably. Once set up correctly, it offers decent projection quality and size.
HannsG’s HZ281 is a conventional computer monitor. That’s not a bad thing, though, and the HZ281 is pretty good value as a 27.5-inch screen.
The elegant and slimline E2290V LCD is just 7.2 mm thick and incredibly light, yet still manages to deliver good-quality images
The 3M Pocket Projector MP160 is definitely an office-centric projector, designed more for presentations from a computer than video playback. It has the portability attributes you want in a pico projector—good battery life and lightweight design—but is a let down in terms of connection options and overall performance.
The image quality of the ViewSonic PJD7383i projector isn’t necessarily top notch, but the features are generally good, although we would have preferred to see regular digital inputs on a projector at this price.
Apple’s 27-inch LED Cinema Display makes a great companion to any Mac that uses a Mini DisplayPort connection, but is especially well suited to Mac portable users who can take advantage of the provided Mag Safe power connector and the display’s USB ports to attach keyboards and other peripherals.
With a new monitor on the way from Apple, James Galbraith takes a closer look at the 27-inch LED Cinema Display and where it fits in with comparable displays.
If creating custom postcards anytime sounds like fun, give this app a try, as it combines great software design with stunning imagery.
Buffalo’s Dualie is two things in one. It’s a dock for your iPhone or iPod and a dock for a portable 500GB hard drive.
This powerful pico projector delivers very bright images and crisp text, but lackluster color and limited battery life lower its ranking.