Today we’re doing something a little different — we’re reviewing two laptops at once, as we examine Gigabyte’s P35X and P37X v6. Both models are equipped with 4K screens, Core i7 processors and one of Nvidia’s latest GPUs: the mighty GTX 1070. Backed with the latest tech, these premium laptops should absolutely scream. Let’s put them to the test!Today we're doing something a little different -- we're reviewing two laptops at once, as we examine Gigabyte's P35X and P37X v6. Both models are equipped with 4K screens, Core i7 processors and one of Nvidia's latest GPUs: the mighty GTX 1070. Backed with the latest tech, these premium [...]
The 24-inch BL2420U is the little brother of one of our favourite BenQ monitors at XSReviews, the BL3201PT. Like its peers, it comes with a full-sRGB IPS panel, an incredibly sharp 4K resolution and a plethora of special modes and added features. This was a winning combination at 32 inches, so how does it work at 24 inches and £380? Let’s find out.Buy from Amazon.com Buy from Amazon.co.ukSpecifications & Features Panel23.6-inch IPS panel with LED backlight 16.7 million colours, 8-bit colour depth 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution at 60 Hz 100% sRGB coverage Blue light reduction, CAD/CAM modes 1000:1 native contrast 300 nits brightness 178 L/R, 178 U/D viewing [...]
The BL3201PT is a beast of a monitor: 4K resolution, 32 inch diagonal and more ports and features than you can shake a stick at. Last year we loved its 1440p predecessor, the BL3200PT, so surely a 4K version is going to be even better? Let’s find out!
Support XSR: Buy for $1,049.80 from Amazon.com
There’s been a lot of talk about the next-generation of display technology over the past year or so. For a while 3D seemed like it might make enough of an impact to become the next big thing, but now it’s sort of petered off and really, no one cares. It’s nice when it’s there (unless it gives you a headache) but it’s just not necessary to enjoy a good movie. HD on the other hand, becomes something you get used to and miss when it’s not there, but 3D just doesn’t cut it.
So if you’re looking to the future and thinking what you might get as your next gaming display, you could of course just go bigger. An extra couple of inches is [...]
Sony has announced pricing information for its ultra definition television, saying that it will set you back $25,000 (£16,000) and you can hand that over to the Japanese electronics maker now, because the 4K TV is up for pre-order already, expected to arrive in November.
The 84-inch XBR-84X900 has a 3840 x 2160 resolution, four times the pixel real estate of current generation HDTVs. While there are no streams that can currently support such a high resolution – perhaps certain games through Valve’s Big Screen feature – but you could watch multiple channels like Marty McFly, all in HD?