Honor X40 teaser confirms curved 10-bit OLED, dual cameras on the back

  Honor X40 series is getting announced on September 15, and today the company revealed a major detail about one of the phones from the lineup. Next Thursday we are going to see an Honor X40 with a 10-bit OLED panel with curved sides, which will be a first in the 9-year history of the X series. Honor X40 poster The top features an IR blaster next to the noise-canceling mic as Honor positions the smartphone as the core device of its multi-platform ecosystem. The design of the back is also not a surprise – the company sticks with the Honor X9 and X30-style circular island. Honor X40 What we

Samsung Odyssey Ark 1000R curved monitor is good option for pro gamers

High-end gamers need everything top-notch. For instance, the monitor. Monitors will high-quality panels, high refresh rates, and gaming-centric features are all the rage among them. Joining the list of such monitors is the new Samsung Odyssey Ark 1000R. It is a 4K monitor with a curved display navigating a game feels more natural. The monitor has interesting features, such as a height-adjustable stand (HAS). It also has four speakers, so you can avoid installing a soundbar for high-quality audio. First previewed at the Consumer Electronics Show 2022, the new Samsung Odyssey Ark 1000R will initially be available in the US. Samsung has not said whether it will bring the new

Philips launches the 498P9Z SuperWide curved monitor

Philips has launched an attractive SuperWide 49-inch monitor. The new Philips 498P9Z is described as being “like two full-size high performance monitors in-one” and offers some interesting specs at its proposed £899 price point. It is essentially a fast refresh (165Hz) gaming version of the Philips 498P9 (70Hz max) which was released a year ago and retails for about £749. The new Philips 498P9Z uses a VA panel with DisplayHDR 400 certification. The 5120 x 1440 pixels resolution in a 32:9 screen ratio 49-inch diagonal is equivalent to having twin 27-inch QHD monitors side by side – but in a seamless fashion. Its 1800R screen curvature promoted the perception of

Optix AG321CQR: a curved MSI WQHD monitor!

We leave a little aside the AIO (to come back later, don’t worry) with a new screen. Indeed, MSI announces the Optix AG321CQR, a new curved monitor with a curved panel and a VA panel! Optix AG321CQR : a new curved screen from MSI ! For the time being, we’re going to go pretty fast with this model. Thus, the brand offers us a new 32″ reference with a curved VA panel. On this subject, the radius of curvature is announced at 1500R. In terms of resolution, we find a classic display format in 16:9 with a WQHD resolution of 2560 x 1440. Of course, the brand with the dragon

AOC Agon AG493UCX with 49-inch 32:9 curved screen launched

Monitor maker AOC has launched a sizable new entrant to its Agon gaming series. The new AOC Agon AG493UCX is going to “crush to competition” if only due to its sheer size, jokes AOC. However, its specs are pretty huge and appealing too, as you will see from the bullet point table I have put together below. Before the table, it is worth highlighting the key appealing points of the AG493UCX. Firstly it has a 49-inch diagonal and 5120×1440 pixels – which makes it equivalent to two 27-inch QHD monitors seamlessly fused together, says AOC. Add to that some other appealing key specs – 120Hz refresh, 1ms MPRT, 550nits, FreeSync

ASUS Launches ROG Swift PG27VQ: Curved 27-inch LCD with 165 Hz G-Sync & RGB Lighting

ASUS is about to start selling its new ROG Swift PG27VQ, the company’s latest 165Hz monitor. Aimed at gamers who are looking for a very high responsiveness in games along with ultimate style, the monitor features a curved panel and 1 ms response time. To make design of the ROG Swift PG27VQ unique, ASUS added its RGB Aura Sync lighting to the back of the display. RGB LED lighting has (inexplicably) become a signature feature of gaming hardware in 2017. As we’ve already seen, there are motherboards, graphics cards, memory modules, chassis, PSUs, keyboards, mice, even SSDs with RGB LEDs, on the market these days. Earlier this year ASUS decided

Philips Readies Curved Ultra-Wide 492P8 Display: 49”, 32:9, USB-C, Sub-$1100

Wrapping up our IFA coverage, at least week’s trade show TPV demonstrated a preproduction version of its upcoming ultra-wide (32:9 aspect ratio) 49” Philips display. The 492P8 monitor will have something in common with Samsung’s C49HG90 introduced earlier this year, but it will lack quantum dots and a number of other features. A good news is that it will cost less, at a little over $1000. Over the past few quarters companies like Philips, LG, Samsung, JapanNext and some other have introduced computer displays with diagonals significantly exceeding 30” – 34”, setting a new trend for ultra large monitors. Separately, ASUS, Dell, Samsung, LG and other have launched LCDs with

Meet Alienware’s Stunning First Ever Curved 34-Inch Ultra-Wide AW3418HW & AW3418DW Monitors

  Alienware debuted its way into the realm of gaming monitors earlier this year, and now they’ve followed up on this expansion with the intro of two new 34-inch curved gaming displays, the AW3418DW and AW3418HW. It was at IFA 2017 where the division of Dell for gaming equipment and peripherals showcased their two new UWQHD 34-inch monitors, both with IPS panels and a 21:9 aspect ratio. Both monitors use the same support base, and share similar connections and menu system, and of course they can also follow the alien-themed design characteristic of Alienware products with customizable AlienFX lighting. With this new line of monitors you get a refresh rate

Dell unveils two new Alienware 34-inch curved monitors with lightning-fast overclocked refresh rate

Dell is taking its line of gaming hardware a step further by introducing two new monitors dedicated for gaming. The company today introduced two 34-inch monitors under its Alienware brand, which already has an impressive line of gaming hardware. The company’s new gaming monitors aren’t anything fancy, and they pack the usual high-end features you’d expect from a premium gaming monitor. They also have pretty weird model numbers: the AW3418DW and the AW3418HW. Both of them feature a 21:9 aspect ration, and G-Sync support, too. There isn’t a huge difference between the two models, but the $1,499 AW3418DW comes with a resolution of 3440×1440 pixels and a refresh rate of