ASUS works some of DisplayLink's magic into its USB-powered MB168B+ monitor, and impressive piece of kit, all powered from a single USB cable.
Seiki Digital's SE39UY04 is a 39-inch 4K display that sells for under $650... yes, 4K for considerably less than $1000. Here is our initial unboxing.
We can't call this a review since it's not a consumer product, but we'll share some thoughts with you about Oculus Rift, and the future of gaming.
We purchase an Oculus Rift Development Kit and feel like a kid on Christmas Day opening it and unboxing it on video.
Overclocking... a monitor? Yes, it can be done, and we do it to our ASUS PB278Q display
We purchase an ASUS PB278Q monitor, which is a 27-inch 2560x1440 WQHD display and do a quick unboxing and first impressions.
What's the difference between using TVs and monitors for high-res, multi-monitor gaming?
How to setup and configure AMD Eyefinity on three monitors
Which monitor should I buy? Samsung's S27A950D or ASUS' VG278HE?
AMD's EyeFinity technology has been out for a while, but trying to hook up 120Hz monitors on non-DisplayPort-capable screens proves to be a headache.
If I were to buy a 120Hz monitor, would I need to upgrade my AMD Radeon HD 7870 XT?
I'm interested in a 120Hz monitor, but I'd like to know if it would suit my needs