Foxconn may build an LCD display factory in the United States, reports Nikkei Asian Review. The factory would be operated by Sharp, which is now a subsidiary of Foxconn. Nikkei says an executive from the company confirmed a plan for the facility is "on the table."
Philips has introduced a curved 4K monitor that it claims is the largest on the market. The BDM4037UW is 40-inches and offers a 3840x2160 resolution. Its viewing angle is standard for curved monitors at 178 degrees. Multiview support is included with the unit.
IGZO displays could soon replace the MacBook Pro's current amorphous silicon (a-SI) tech. IHS believes the switch will occur later this year, with Samsung and Sharp beginning to supply new IGZO panels by the middle of 2017. IGZO displays will use less power.
If you are a gamer, then you are aware of how important display refresh rate is. Acer might have a perfect solution for gamers that not only wants ultimate performance, but also large screen with overall nice design. Not only that, but Acer also found way to implement a few extra
The CH711 is a new quantum dot monitor from Samsung that's designed "with gamers in mind" and features a 1,800R curvature. It's available in 27 and 31.5-inches, with both models offering a resolution of 2,560 x 1440. A major focus is on appearance with the monitor.
Only a day after LG officially confirmed delay of its UltraFine 5K display, which is specially designed for Apple MacBook Pro, Apple has now started accepting orders for the display. Due to being late, Apple has also postponed its promotion until March 31, making it about $300
LG's latest 5K UltraFine displays that Apple recommends for use with the new MacBook Pro was expected to start shipping in early December, but LG has confirmed that the displays have been delayed. The company didn't say anything about the delay, so we don't know the exact
Many companies have focused on developing OLED panels, but Panasonic went in another direction and has now unveiled a new IPS panel that is competitive with OLED. The new screen technology offers contrast levels well above what is currently on the market, alongside some other
Sales of the LG UltraFine 5K Display have begun on Apple's website. You can order the display for $974 in the United States and receive it in six to eight weeks. It's not available in any retail stores. The product was unveiled during Apple's Mac-centric event last month.
To take full advantage of Apple's latest MacBook Pros, LG recently unveiled the gorgeous UltraFine 4K and 5K displays. Starting today, LG started shipping the 4K version of the monitor, while the 5K displays aren't available yet, but hopefully they will be made available soon.
Another bad news for the Apple fans has arrived following the recent MacBook Pro announcement. Apple has stopped selling the 11-inch MacBook Air, but that is not the only device that won't be available. The company has decided to exit the standalone display business.
During yesterday's event, we thought that Apple will announce new Thunderbolt Display, since the last model is officially discontinued. That didn't happen, but LG did announce a new pair of monitors to go along with the latest Apple MacBook Pro notebooks.
If you need a laptop with a bigger display, but portability is very important to you, then the new ZenScreen could be a solution for you. ASUS has announced a secondary screen for your Ultrabook that connects via USB Type-C port and has almost edge-to-edge display.
In addition to the iPhone 7, Apple plans to unveil a number of products this year. It is reportedly going to introduce new iMacs, an updated MacBook Pro, a new MacBook Air, and a 5K display. The new Air will feature USB-C. The iMac has a new AMD graphics processor.
LG would like to fully meet the market's demand for flexible OLED panels and it's investing $1.75 billion to make sure it's ready. Flexible OLEDs will replace LCDs on many devices in the near future, including smartphones. LG is the largest LCD maker in the world.
LG is close to beginning production of flexible plastic OLED displays (POLED) that will be used in cars, wearables, phones, and other products, says ZDNet. Production is scheduled to begin next year and to prepare for it, LG has added new equipment to its factory in South Korea.
Dell has announced the launch of three new, interactive products for active learning, classrooms and conference rooms that should make educational environments more interesting. The new products include a 70-inch display, two new projectors and Dell Classroom software.
Only hours after we reported that Apple has discontinued its Thunderbolt Display lineup, the company is now rumoured that is working on a next-generation display. The interested thing about new Thunderbolt display is it will have an integrated GPU inside the case.
If you're in the market for an Apple Thunderbolt Display, you better purchase one soon. Apple will soon no longer sell the display once current in-store supplies run out. The monitor has been on the market for five years and Apple hasn't explained its decision to stop selling it.
Although Samsung's OLED display shipment double in Q1 2016, AU Optronics (AUO) is still considering investing more money in OLED. The company says that OLED panels are being used only in high-end smartphones, but it will not replace TFT-LCD panels in the next 2-3 years.