In his detailed research notes outlining Apple’s plans for 2019, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated that there were plans to develop an updated Mac Pro, including a new 31.6″ sized “Apple 6K3K” display. Apple had previously discontinued production of their Thunderbolt Display in 2019 and instead had been working on collaborations with other manufacturers like LG. This news looks like Apple might be venturing in to the display market again. Very little information was shared but he did say that it would feature “outstanding picture quality thanks to its adoption of the Mini LED-like backlight design.”Continue reading “Apple Rumoured to be Working on 31.6″ 6K3K Display with Mini LED”
Gigabyte aren’t a manufacturer you would normally associate with the monitor market, but they have recently released an interesting screen – their new Aorus AD27QD. This is a 27″ sized display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution IPS-type panel, aimed at gaming. It offers a 144Hz refresh rate and also boasts a supposed 1ms MPRT response time.Continue reading “Gigabyte Aorus AD27QD 27″ Gaming Monitor with 144Hz IPS Panel”
Asus have recently announced their new 32″ sized PA329C, which will form part of their ProArt lineup for professional uses and colour critical work. The new screen is based on an IPS-type panel and offers a 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD (“4K”) resolution. Colour accuracy is of key focus here and the screen comes factory calibrated with a dE <2, has 10-bit colour depth support and a 14-bit LUT. There is a wide gamut backlight used with 100% sRGB, 100% Adobe RGB and 98% DCI-P3 coverage offered. As with most other professional grade screens the PA329C has support for hardware calibration and also includes a uniformity correction feature.Continue reading “Asus ProArt PA329C with 4K IPS Panel and DisplayHDR 600”
It was all the way back in August 2017 that these screens were originally announced, and expected to be released last year in 2018. In fact they are only now emerging for retail so we thought we would refresh your memories on them. The AOC AGON AG273QCG (NVIDIA G-sync) and AG273QCX (AMD FreeSync 2) are the latest models in AOC’s popular AGON gaming series, and part of their third generation.
AOC’s revamped and redesigned premium gaming monitor series is available starting from January 2019. Designed for hardcore gamers, the AGON 3 models carry on with features from the past AGON displays such as refresh rates of up to 165 Hz, a fast response time of 1 ms, and now includes latest technologies such as AMD FreeSync 2 HDR and a refreshed sleek design, which in case of the AG273QCG has contributed to becoming a “Red Dot Design Award 2018” winner. Thanks to very high refresh rates of 165 Hz (AG273QCG) and 144 Hz (AG273QCX), very fast response time and variable refresh rate technologies both monitors are suited for fast-paced games.Continue reading “AOC AGON AG273QCG and AG273QCX Gaming Monitors Arrive”
This week AOC have announced the launch of their new 31.5″ sized CQ32G1 display, aimed at casual gamers. It’s key features are its large screen size, 2560 x 1440 resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time and support for AMD FreeSync.Continue reading “AOC CQ32G1 Gaming Display with 31.5″ VA Panel and 144Hz Refresh Rate”