Computer monitors, like television sets, have undergone a huge revolution in design and technological innovation over the past 10 years. The ASUS ProArt series of monitors are great examples of how fantastic they have become. They have a stunning 4K resolution and ultra-fast refresh rates so photographs and video are brilliantly clear and realistic. Any photography or video professional would love to work on this monitor. Editing using one of these monitors is easier than ever; the results are more precise too. Enter this contest on Facebook and you can nominate a photographer or videographer you know to win one of these monitors.
It’s rare that I get a product from Best Buy that I feel anxiety about sending back, but the Philips BDM4350UC is in exactly that category. It’s far too big for my custom desk, and I need a much more powerful computer to get the most out of it, but it’s very much living in that space. A 43” 4K IPS monitor that looks beautiful and really performs … I definitely don’t want to send this back. Read on to find out more.
With its wide panoramic 34″ display, wide colour range and curved display, is the ASUS 34″ Republic of Gamers monitor the ultimate gamer experience? The 21:9 aspect ratio will have you thinking about how to position this screen while the plasma copper and armor titanium accents are going to have you thinking this monitor is from the future. Is it? Read on to find out…
Not all monitors are created equal, and in fact, some monitors are now designed for very specific purposes. The BenQ SW2700PT 27″ colour monitor is designed specifically for photographers and video editors. Does it live up to this lofty goal? What other features make it stand out in this space? Read on to find out all that you can expect with this monitor and maybe learn just a little of what you didn’t expect.