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How To Choose The Best TV For Gaming

If you’re an avid gamer that wants to buy a new TV, you’re in a bit of a difficult position. TV makers in Australia go to great pains to sell their screens’ movie- and TV-watching potential, but don’t really discuss how they perform with an Xbox One or PS4 or gaming PC plugged in.


These Low-Power LCD Displays Work Like E-Ink To Prolong Battery Life

The simple black and white e-ink display inside your Kindle lets you read book after book on a single charge, but when it comes to devices displaying multimedia content like your smartphone, a monochrome display just doesn’t cut it. You want colour, and lots of it, so Japan Display has created a new type of full-colour LCD display that promises fantastic battery by emulating many of the tricks that e-ink displays employ.


Opinion: Am I The Only One Who Doesn't Get Curvy TVs?

Samsung’s got a curved OLED TV. LG’s got a curved OLED TV. Sony just announced the first curved LCD TV. Did everyone just leave their TV factories out in the sun for a bit too long?


Samsung Just Gave Sharp $110 Million To Guarantee LCD Supply

Sharp has just announced that it’s getting a $US110 million shot in the arm from Samsung. In turn, that will help guarantee Sammy as many LCD panels as it can use.


Samsung Series 7 Touch Monitor: 24 Inches Of Windows 8 Awesome

Samsung is kicking off 2013 with the Series 7 SC770 Touch Monitor optimised for Windows 8. The 24-inch LCD supports up to 10 points of simultaneous touch on its 1080×1920 display and rotates 90 degrees to a vertical portrait setup so you can take full advantage of Microsoft’s flexible new OS.


This Dual LCD And E-Ink Phone Will Be Available In 2013

Earlier this year, a prototype of a dual e-ink and LCD phone was floating around. Turns out it’s much further down the development road than that though — in fact, it should be available next year.


Incredibly Slow Refresh Rates Make This LCD Easy On The Eyes

One of the reasons the Kindle’s e-ink display is more enjoyable to read with is because it’s not constantly refreshing. You might not be able to discern it, but the high-speed flicker of your LCD can lead to eye strain and headaches. So a research lab in Japan has developed a display that can refresh as slowly as once every five seconds.


Report: Samsung Won't Sell LCD Panels To Apple Anymore

The Korea Times reports that Samsung will stop providing Apple with LCD panels next year. According to an unnamed “senior Samsung source”, the company is unwilling to sell displays to Apple at the steep discounts of some of its competitors, such as LG.


Sharp's New 5-Inch HD Display Is Crystal Clear

Sharp’s launching a new 5-inch 1920×1080 pixel display this week in Japan — and it’s one of the most pixel-dense screens to date.


Amazon Could Put LCD And E-Ink In The Same Read-Anywhere Tablet

Back in 2010, a company called Pixel Qi appeared to come close to achieving screen perfection with its transforming display. In a flash it could bounce between a glare-free black-and-white readable screen and a vibrant LCD offering. Two years later, we’re still waiting to see a major product actually use it.