Don't-Miss Display Stories
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.
Designed primarily as an Apple accessory, the Cinemin Swivel pico projector displays colorful iPod and iPhone images right out of the box.
The basic, low-cost PJM-1000 pico projector provides limited features and delivers mediocre image quality.
The $229 Ray, a liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS) pico projector from Ray Designs features 10 lumens of brightness, and a 20,000-hour LED.
The 42-inch AOC Envision L42H961 LCD struggles with fast-motion content, but is otherwise a decent no-frills TV at a rock-bottom price.
Display your pics on your shelf or desk with a digital picture frame. Here are our top picks from the frames we've reviewed over the past year.
Like many frames, the TouchConnect WPF-588 can access the Internet, making it more like a Internet kiosk for your living room than a frame.
This compact photo printer looks like a bulky, awkward piece of printing equipment, with an unnecessarily large display screen. Given a few more minutes with it, however, and the ease, speed, and quality at which it prints will make up for its physical design.
Although the HP DreamScreen 100 offers more than your average digital photo frame, it isn’t enough to justify the high price tag.
The 47-inch Vizio SV470M LCD TV has a reasonable price and a good array of customization options, but you can find better picture quality elsewhere.