When is a display, not just something used to play games, surf the web, work, etc.? When they're transformed into things that look to be straight from the Victorian-era. This computer geek transformed not one, but two, of his displays, and they look classy to say the least. Now if only there were a matching keyboard and mouse...Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery Continue reading for a viral video of Petr Spatina being played in a glass harp.
When one display just won't do, there's always the option of adding a few more, and these awesome computer setups should provide all the inspiration you need. They could be used for everything from stock trading to gaming, or just watching internet videos. However, if you're a person who always changes things around, make sure you get a tilting monitor, like the Dell UltraSharp U2715H, for maximum flexibility. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one of an explorer who traveled inside a volcano.
Loewe is a well known brand in Europe for its high-end home theater equipment, and its latest project, the Invsio, is definitely no slouch. The clear TOLED (Transparent Organic Light-Emitting Diode) technology allows the display to be used like normal, but then disappear the instant you hit the power button. The bottom portion of the set houses all of the electronics, and the entire unit can be mounted on a wall if you're not a fan of the silver tabletop stand. Without a border or frame of any kind, the display is meant to blend in seamlessly with your living space. Continue reading for more fascinating images.
At $1.7-million, the massive 370-inch Titan Zeus boasts 65-billion colors, 4k native resolution, weighs just under a ton and measures in at 26 feet by 16 feet. The display was designed to show up crystal clear in direct sunlight, without glare, and is water resistant to boot. No word yet on where you'll be able to go to see one of these monsters in-action. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the heaviest strawberry yet.
From afar and at first glance, you probably won't even notice this transparent display, but at the push of a button, it comes alive. Simply put, there's an LED projector built into the base, and when activated, you're able to use it like any other computer display. Best of all, it's only 4mm thick, ensuring that the display leaves a small footprint wherever you place it. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of acoustic levitation in slow motion.
Seiki's 39-inch 4k Ultra HD TV can be picked up this weekend for just $339.99 shipped. The company starts with only the most advanced panels for the highest picture quality and use high performance amplifiers to power its speakers. With over 8 million individual pixels (3,840 x 2,160) compared to about 2 million (1,920 x 1,080) on your current HDTV, the picture provides stunning clarity and colors that far surpass anything you've seen before. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
LG's 40UB8000 40" 4K Ultra HD 60Hz Smart LED TV may only be priced at $499 shipped (today only), but it's certainly no slouch. The Tru-4K Engine Pro enhances your favorite entertainment to near Ultra HD quality, making it almost impossible to tell the difference between actual UHD footage and the upscaled version. LG's built-in HEVC decoder optimally translates compressed Ultra HD 4K content so the picture is vividly clear. Product page. Continue reading to see a triple display setup using three of these monitors for a whopping 12K resolution.
Hate people peering over your shoulder or glancing across the room to see what you're doing on the computer? This nifty life hack will solve that. You'll need a standard LCD monitor, a polarizing filter sheet, 3D glasses and some tools. Crack open the monitor, strip out the polarizing filter on the screen, pop out the 3D filters from your glasses, trace the size of your spectacles onto the polarizing filter, cut it and then fix the polarizing filters into your glasses. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you shouldn't play mousetrap Jenga.
Samsung's 110-inch UN110S9 offers incredibly lifelike picture quality as well as lightning-fast smart performance. The Samsung Ultra Clear Panel absorbs ambient light, reduces reflections and lets the picture come to life. With Wide Color Enhancer Plus, you'll witness a wider spectrum of colors on your screen, just like the director intended. You'll enjoy enriched colors while watching all of your favorite movies and shows, even older, non-HD content will look better. There's just one problem, it costs $135,000 for a refurbished model. Product page. Continue reading to read ten more hilarious reviews.
Samsung's S34E790C may be the priciest display in our list, but it could quite possibly be the most highly touted, thanks to its best-in-class curvature of 3000R and an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio. A step up from WQHD and 2.5 times the pixel density of Full HD, Ultra WQHD's advanced 3440 x 1440 resolution provides an unmatched visual experience that lets you see more details at a glance, but with the added benefit of a wider resolution so you can view content on a wider scale. Product page. Continue reading to see three more super wide displays that aren't concepts, and perfect for gaming and movies.