Samsung Electronics America has just unveiled its next-generation interactive, touchscreen display. It aims to transform collaboration / communication for in-person, hybrid / remote education and business environments. Officially called the “85-inch Interactive Display,” it features a smooth pen-to-paper writing mode, flexible image editing tool and a straightforward content navigation system, thus enabling teachers to remain focused on their lesson while encouraging creativity. Read more for additional pictures and information.
LG’s Signature OLED rollable TV made its debut at CES 2019, and this week, the company announced that it’s now available for purchase, but at the hefty price of $87,000 USD. Featuring a flexible 65-inch OLED panel that utilizes self-lighting pixel technology and individual dimming control for its picture quality. It comes in a brushed aluminum case while the modern wool speaker cover by Denmark’s Kvadrat gives it some extra flair. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.
Sony Electronics Inc. unveiled the Spatial Reality Display (SR Display) today, which utilizes the award-winning Eye-Sensing Light Field Display (ELFD) technology. It can showcase 3D creations without requiring virtual reality glasses or a headset. This enables creators from various industries, like automotive, industrial design, to Computer Graphics (CG) and Visual Effects (VFX) designers, to bring ideas to life in stunning three-dimensions. Read more for a video and additional information.
GIGABYTE’s G32QC 32″ Curved Gaming Monitor offers exceptional performance for the price, and it can be picked up for $329.99 shipped, today only, originally $369.99. This is the company’s first attempt to enter a bigger screen market, and it boasts QHD resolution, VESA Display HDR certification for vivid display quality, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and a low framerate compensation guarantee. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Acer’s Nitro XV272U 27″ WQHD IPS Monitor is great for gaming, productivity, or just any task for extended periods of time, and you can get one for $299.99 shipped, today only, originally $449.99. For professionals who deal with color-critical projects, this monitor produces accurate colors with a low Delta E<2, supports 130% of the sRGB and covers an incredible 95% of the DCI-P3 color space, the current standard utilized by the film industry. So when you’re not gaming, it’s great for designers, photographers and film editors. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Amazon’s Echo Show 10 HD smart display builds upon its predecessor and adds several new features, with the main one being a brilliant 10-inch, adaptive HD display that automatically stays in view when you interact with Alexa regardless if where you are in the room. To ensure this action stays quiet, its brushless motor is completely silent, meaning you won’t hear a thing as Echo Show 10 rotates. More information here. Read more for a video and additional information.
The LG MAGNIT has been officially unveiled, and this massive 163-inch MicroLED panel features self-emissive micrometer-scale pixels applied directly to the substrate board, thus delivering sharper images with improved contrast and a wider viewing angle. Plus, LG’s new Black Coating technology is applied to the front of the display and vastly improves contrast as well as color accuracy, all the while helping to protect the tiny LED pixels from moisture, dust and external impact. Read more for a video on LG’s mini and micro LED technologies.
LG’s Nano 8 Series 55″ 4K NanoCell TV is being offered for over half off at $436.99 shipped, today only, originally $899. Featuring a quad-core processor that greatly improves images, action and color, all the while reducing distracing video noise as well as motion blur. All of this power also means enhanced sharpness and the ability to portray lifelike accurate colors. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Traditional LCD displays require a backlight to keep images bright and crisp, but TCL’s NXTPAPER combines Full-HD definition with a paper-like visual experience in full color with no flicker or harmful blue light. In other words, this technology uses a reflective screen to repurpose natural light, making it the world’s first “zero eye strain” display. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.
The ASUS ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QNR are claimed to be world’s fastest esports gaming monitor, delivering up to 50% more frames per second than 240 Hz gaming monitors. The 24.5-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) panel boasts Fast IPS panel technology, which means that the liquid crystal elements in the display are capable of turning on and off up to four times faster than conventional IPS panels for a superfast 1 ms gray-to-gray (GTG) response time. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on video review, and additional information.