Toshiba’s Mobile LCD Monitor For Under $200
22 Mar 2011 - By Omar Mariño

And the race is officially on to be the king of USB powered monitors with Toshiba in the Lead. We’ve already seen several extremely portable secondary monitors debuted this year but Toshiba’s new Mobile LCD model is by far the most impressive—partially because it only costs $200. Read more >>




Acer Makes 3D Computing Affordable
9 Feb 2011 - By Omar Mariño

The New Acer GN245HQ monitors may just look like another computer monitor trying desperately to cash in on the 3D craze that seems to be sweeping the nation, but it’s not.  It’s something very different.

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Greenhouse Launches USB-powered 15.6-inch Monitors
17 Jan 2011 - By Omar Mariño

While nobody is going to go gaga over the specs on this little beast (except for maybe the power consumption—just 5 watts) having a 3 pound monitor to tote around without having to worry about finding a suitable outlet is kind of a handy thing.  The new GH-USD16K monitor is designed to be a secondary for those who need dual monitor support only some of the time—hence the USB powered design.  The concept is simple:  plop it on your desk (milk crates work too), plug it into your USB port and go. Read more >>


Mimo’s New iMo eye9 Is a Hybrid USB Monitor/Webcam
16 Nov 2010 - By Omar Mariño

Mimo’s new iMo eye9 touch screen is a bit of a strange bird.  At its heart, it’s a 9 inch resistive touch screen monitor for your computing device (pretty much anything that supports USB video out).  It will work on both PCs and Macs and provides a unique user experience to say the least.  However, the design does beg the question, how far do you need to be from your computer to get comfortable? Read more >>


Brother Launches Wearable AirScouter Monitor
19 Sep 2010 - By Omar Mariño

Sci-Fi movies have long been filled with high-tech displays people can wear like glasses—displays that not only look cool but give you the sort of Heads Up Display you only see in video games.  While there have been many imposters and a few genuine bits of tech that just don’t work quite right, Brother’s new AirScouter may actually make the wearable PC a believable—and usable—reality. Read more >>


Pixel Qi Dual Display Screens Available Now—Sort Of
2 Jul 2010 - By Omar Mariño

If you’re looking to get your grubby paws on one of Pixel Qi’s revolutionary dual display screens, you’re going to have to wait a little longer.  The first batch of screens went on sale July 1st here in the states but they sold out within 24 hours.  However, you can pre-order from the second batch now and they will ship when available.  But why would you want one anyway? Read more >>


Will Apple launch a new 27-inch LED monitor and an updated Mac Pro?
20 Mar 2010 - By Omar Mariño

Rumors come and go all the time about Apple and its products. This time, some news are appearing regarding a possibility: Apparently, the Cupertino company would be preparing the launch of new 27-inch LED Cinema Displays and, besides that, an update in its Mac Pro line.

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Asus reinvents the laptop by using the dual monitor concept
4 Mar 2009 - By Omar Mariño

Asus presents a new device: laptops with two thin LCD screens. One of them can work as a conventional screen and the other one can be used as a virtual keyboard using touch input. On the other hand, this device can be flipped in an A4 orientation, so you can use it as an e-book reader, or you can use it in a traditional way as a conventional computer, but with touchscreen technology, just like the Tablet PCs that are available today.

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