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Dell has used CES to introduce a number of new monitors, alongside USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3 docks. The UltraSharp 30 is Dell's first OLED monitor, one that uses an Ultra HD resolution, the 23 Wireless Monitor and 24 Wireless Monitor both allow smartphones and notebooks to connect wirelessly, and the Dell Dock and Dell Thunderbolt Dock are able to provide connected systems with extra connectivity options, for both PCs and Macs.
Newegg.com this week has the LG 21.9-inch UltraWide screen backlight LCD monitor on sale for $250. That's already $100 off the list price of $350, and when coupon code 'AUTMNTIME88' is used at checkout, the price drops even further to $210. All together, that is around $40 less than the next lowest price. This monitor features a resolution of 2560x1080, 5ms response time, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, and provides a variety of input options including DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort. A one-year warranty on parts and labor is included from LG.
Apple may be prepared to launch a 5120x2880 monitor later this year, says an LCD market research firm, WitsView. That would however be beyond the limits of the DisplayPort 1.2 standard used in Thunderbolt 2; when limited to a single cable, even a Mac Pro can only support a 4K display at specific refresh rates. A more likely resolution would therefore be 4096x2160, DisplayPort's current maximum. At the same time, Dell has announced a 5K display, and whatever technology that uses could presumably be adopted by Apple.
Mackie has announced the introduction of its new Creative Reference multimedia monitors, offering studio-quality audio performance. Designed for home or professional studios, the compact monitors features 50-watt stereo sound, three-inch or four-inch polypropylene-coated woofers, and a 0.75-inch ferrofluid-cooled silk-dome tweeter. Its front-facing features include a volume knob with a lit power ring, and users can plug one's smartphone into the front. Prices start at $130 per pair, and are available through local dealers.
Acer is expanding its range of Aspire notebooks with a new collection of gaming systems, named the Aspire V Nitro. At the same time, the company revealed a collection of monitors for gaming and business, with the three new ranges including screen sizes between 27 inches and 32 inches, and with WQHD and 4K resolutions to choose from.
At today's Taipei Computex, Philips Monitors showed the upcoming Two-in-One Monitor (Model 19DP6QJNS). The new monitor, scheduled to ship this fall, combines a pair of 19-inch IPS displays, providing a 32-inch display with little "seam" between the two.
Samsung has revealed a trio of monitor models it will be bringing out in the coming weeks in the United States and other markets. The 1920x1080-resolution SD390 and SD590, each available in two different sizes, are accompanied by the premium UD590, a 28-inch monitor that includes support for 1 billion colors and can display an image at a resolution of 3,840x2,160.
Dell has announced a firm date and pricetag for a 28-inch 4K monitor it teased in December. The P2815Q will support resolutions up to 3840x2160, and ship for $699 on January 23. Other specifications aren't available, but Dell is promising the same performance as its recent 24- and 32-inch UltraSharp monitors.
At Dell.com this week, save big on a dual monitor bundle. It includes two 22-inch Dell monitors and a dual monitor stand. They were priced at $540 all together, but have been cut to $426. Coupon code '$KFG6NMP2MHVSJ' drops the price further to $278.24, beating the next lowest price by $230. These monitors feature 1680 x 1050 resolution, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, and 5ms response time.
Philips has introduced two new monitors at CES, beginning with the 27" Gaming Monitor with G-SYNC. G-SYNC is an NVIDIA technology that matches a monitor's refresh rate to the connected computer's video card, improving vertical sync while minimizing any stuttering or input lag. The Gaming Monitor is capable of refresh rates up to 144Hz with a 5ms response time, and also offers a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, adjustable height, and wall-mounting support.