Multi-monitor setups are excellent for productivity, and if you have a spare laptop lying around, you won't even need a second monitor. With the power of Miracast, you can use a laptop as one. Here's a quick guide on how.
Xbox has just announced that their 'Designed for Xbox' certification program now includes gaming monitors, which support all the latest and greatest features of Xbox Series X|S like HDMI 2.1, VRR, high refresh rates, and more.
This is a gas-activated monitor arm. It can support two monitors up to 32 inches wide and 19.8 pounds. It has built-in wire management and is super easy to use and adjust. The clamp mounts to desks up to 3.35 inches thick. Comes fully assembled.
If you want it all in 2020, the LG 38WN95C-W sets the bar for the best ultrawide desktop monitor. This top-tier LG display is built with color accuracy for work and speed for gaming. It packs a massive feature set that is hard to find at this size and resolution. So what's not to like? Just a few minor quibbles. Read our full review.
The Vissles-M is a handy portable monitor for a desk setup or if you're on the go. It's thin, light, and supports touch. Its included folio case acts as a kickstand and also provides a bit of protection to the display.
Great specs for gamers on a budget. The screen uses a VA panel with 178-degree viewing angles and an anti-glare design. It has 1440p pixel resolution, a great 165Hz refresh rate, and a fast 4ms response time. Adaptive sync works with AMD and Nvidia.
Has barely visible bezels along three sides. Specs include 1080p pixel resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, and a 1ms response time. It's compatible with FreeSync and G-Sync. Includes AOC's low input lag, low blue mode, and flicker free tech.
The screen has a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, a 75Hz refresh rate, and a 5ms response time, which is fine for an IPS panel with wide viewing angles and color accuracy. Has AMD FreeSync tech, VGA and HDMI ports, and a frameless design.
Use the mini HDMI or USB-C ports to connect your mobile device, gaming console, laptop, or other device and add a bit more real estate wherever you are. Comes with a smart cover and screen protector. Has a slim profile so it's easy to travel with.
Portable monitors are often pricey, but not all of them require you to break the bank. One such budget portable monitor is Lepow's offering. But is it truly worth your time and money? Here's what we think.
The monitor's specifications include a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, an IPS panel with a frameless design, a 75 Hz refresh rate, and a 5 ms response time. It also uses AMD's FreeSync and has a Kensington security slot.
It is back-ordered, but this is the lowest price it's ever been. Also, AOC has a great Dead Pixel Return policy. The monitor has 1080p resolution, a 144Hz refresh rate, a 1ms response time, FreeSync tech, and VESA mounting.