The new standard has 77.4 Gbps bandwidth and supports ultra-high end virtual reality applications.
Computex 2019 proved to be a virtual smorgasbord of exciting new tech. From dual screens to keyboards with adjustable actuation, there was innovation hiding around every corner in Taipei this past week. Here are our top products of Computex 2019.
The Samsung CHG70 is a gorgeous 32-inch curved monitor that offers premium features such as AMD FreeSync and HDR support. It's not quite perfect, but it's hard to beat these features for under a grand.
The MSI Optix MPG27CQ delivers all sorts of gaming-oriented capability, from a wide color gamut and fast response times to AMD FreeSync support and fancy lighting that's more than just eye candy.
The Acer Predator X34 curved gaming monitor provides an impressive level of immersion and strong G-Sync performance — if you're willing to pay up.
The Spectre 50-inch X515BV-FSR is a nicely priced TV with a large screen, but the full-HD set has no smart features and suffers from poor picture quality.The Sceptre 50-inch X515BV-FSR ($199) is something of a holdout in today's world of smart TVs and 4K
A feature-rich app, an easy-to-control camera, and extras like push-to-talk and music playback make the M6T our top baby monitor pick.
In the land of high-end displays, OLED — or organic light-emitting diode — technology is considered the pinnacle of picture quality.
Flexible displays are all the talk at CES 2019, but most of the attention has gone toward smartphones. The Cleer Mirage brings the futuristic tech to a wireless speaker.
At CES 2019, Gigabytes' Aorus brand showed off the AD27QD, a 27-inch, 1440p gaming monitor with a 1-millisecond response time.
When it comes to displays, bigger is always better -- especially if it comes with an integrated soundbar.
LG Display is pushing the TV envelope at CES 2019 with an 88-inch 8K OLED TV that uses the panel as an acoustic surface and a flower sculpture made entirely of OLED sets.
We tested some of the most affordable gaming monitors available to find out which ones give you the best bang for the buck.
The Vizio P-Series Quantum PQ65-F1 is a good first effort for a quantum-dot LCD TV, but it doesn't quite match the premium competition.
Dell's new Ultrasharp 49 Curved Monitor maximizes productivity with picture-in-picture and universal keyboard and mouse support.
The Samsung 65-inch Q8FN QLED TV is a premium 4K TV that not only offers great picture quality and superb 4.1 sound, it can even compete with OLED displays, thanks to the best black levels we've seen on an LCD display.
Made to work with a PlayStation, XBox or Nintendo box, this 31.5-inch display has a place to charge your controllers to go with its sharp, colorful images.
With its unique resolution and picture-by-picture mode, this sleek monitor can act as two side-by-side displays in Windows.
The Acer Aspire S 24 manages to look like a far more premium system than it is and pack some great features into its slim chassis, like Qi wireless charging, HDMI input and an Intel 8th Generation processor.
MicroLED is poised to overtake OLED as the ultimate display technology. Here's how it works and when you can get your hands on it.
Sony wowed audiences at CES with an jaw-dropping 8K HDR TV that looks to be the brightest display we've ever seen.
Samsung's QLED technology will get much better in 2018, if the gorgeous, richly colored displays we saw at CES 2018 are any indication.
MSI's Optix MPG monitors feature customizable SteelSeries lights that can react to the in-game action.
Nvidia's Big Format Gaming Displays cram features such as 4K, HDR and G-Sync into a giant 65-inch screen with a built-in Shield.