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Those 27-inch IPS displays from Korea are for real
In forum threads across the web, enthusiasts have been swapping stories of amazing deals on 27" monitors with beautiful IPS panels imported from Korea. ...
Triple-screen gaming on today's graphics cards
Thanks to falling LCD prices, multi-monitor gaming is more attainable than ever before. We take a closer look at AMD Eyefinity and Nvidia...
A quick look at Thunderbolt on the PC
Thunderbolt has finally arrived on the PC. Motherboards with Thunderbolt ports are selling online and Ivy Bridge notebooks are primed to feature the technology....
PC gaming in 3D stereo: 3D Vision 2 vs. HD3D
We've pitted 3D Vision 2 and HD3D gaming rigs against each other in order to get a feel for the current state of stereo...
Diamond's VStream wireless HDMI adapter
This $120 adapter promises to output 1080p video wirelessly via nothing more than a USB dongle. Does it fulfill its promise, and is it...
Eyefinity to the sixth degree
The newest Radeon HD 5870 unifies six monitors as one giant display wall. We've played loads of games on such a rig, purely for...
Thermaltake's A2413 7-inch LCD
Thermaltake's A2413 7" LCD display packs a touch-sensitive screen into a motorized drive bay that looks perfect for car PCs and enterprising modders. We
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