BenQ Releases Curved XR3501 35″ Monitor

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BenQ America today introduced the XR3501 — a curved 35” LCD display with a 144-Hz refresh rate, a 21:9 aspect ratio and it’s integrated with BenQ’s RevolutionEyes technology. BenQ’s XR3501 monitor has over 20 options for color vibrance, the VA panel, according to BenQ, provides higher color reproduction with better viewing angles. Users can also […]

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MultiTaction Intros Curved, Multi-User Interactive Wall at DSE 2015

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MultiTaction today told us it’s debuting a Curved MultiTaction iWall featuring the company’s interactive display technology at this year’s Digital Signage Expo (DSE) in Las Vegas. MultiTaction’s new display claims to be the world’s first curved multi-user interactive wall that supports an unlimited number of concurrent users, has curvatures of up to 360 degrees and […]

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PixelFLEX Intros FLEXUltra LED Tile at LDI

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LED screen manufacturer PixelFLEX will release the FLEXUltra, a 2 millimeter curveable LED display at the LDI Convention 2014 this month. Capable of creating convex or concave curves up to +/- 10 degrees per tile, the FLEXUltra incorporates machined aluminum frames that are customized to the installation, allowing the client’s complete and unlimited control over […]

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Are Curved Displays Really Necessary?

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By Aldo Cugnini Display Central Earlier this year, we saw the introduction of curved displays from a growing set of manufacturers — Sony, Panasonic, LG, Samsung, Haier, Konka, to name a few — and are motivated to explore how useful (or desirable) such displays can be. The answer is somewhat complicated, involving as it usually […]

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Samsung, LG to Both Introduce Curved 105″ UHD TVs at CES

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At CES next month, both Samsung and LG will introduce 105″, curved displays featuring UHD resolution. The displays will offer a 21:9 CinemaScope resolution that’s 5120X2160 pixels — that’s 11 million pixels. Samsung’s new display offers what the company calls a “new proprietary picture quality algorithm” for delivering optimized color and depth. It also has […]

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