Dell 3008WFP 30″ LCD available again

The flagship 3008WFP 30″ LCD from Dell is available again to purchase on their site after a long hiatus caused by technical problems. The return to the site would indicate Dell thinks the problems are fixed but we are still hearing complains from Dell customers with unresolved problems despite being sent replacement monitors. For $2049…

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EVGA announces two USB graphics adapters

EVGA has come out with a couple of cool new stackable USB based graphics adapters that allow you to easily add an additional monitor to your PC without needing to open the box. They don’t have a GPU processor of their own so don’t expect to run games on them but they sounds great for…

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Fujitsu zero watt monitor

Fujitsu has developed a monitor that uses zero power when in standby mode. “The primary component is a circuit element in the power supply unit of the monitor that is switched by the PC. As soon as the video signal of the computer subsides, a relay–an electrically powered switch–with two switching positions automatically interrupts the…

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Six 24″ LCD monitors reviewed

X-Bit Labs have posted a review and face-off between six newer 24″ LCD monitors from Acer, Dell, NEC, and Samsung. We were rooting for the Dell 2407WFP to win as we have two of them on the PC we use to write ShinyPlastic but here’s what they concluded: “Although four out of the six monitors…

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Samsung Pebble Syncmaster 2232BW reviewed

Trusted Reviews has reviewed the $220 Samsung Pebble Syncmaster 2232BW 22″ lcd monitor. Here’s what they thought: “Samsung’s SyncMaster 2232BW Pebble draws you in with its great looks and smooth curves, but from the moment you assemble it to the instant you install it on your desk, you realise it’s a case of style over…

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4 new Samsung LCD monitors

Samsung has announced 4 new “touch of color” LCD monitors. “Touch of color” refers to a amber tint to the bezel which matches their series 6 and 7 LCD TVs. The T190 ($259), T220($359), T240($499), and T260($599) are 19, 22, 24, and 26 inches, and supposedly have a 20000:1 contrast ratio, but as always take…

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Apple 30 Inch LCD working with a PC

Ubergizmo reports that some guy has managed to get a 30 inch apple LCD ($3500) working with a PC via an PNY QuadroFX 3400 graphics card ($1500). To back up the claim there are some nice screenshots of Doom3 running on the display at 2560 by 1600 pixel resolution (with low framerates). It all looks…

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