1. cageymaru

    Samsung Announces World's First 15.6-Inch UHD OLED Displays for Notebooks

    Samsung Display has announced that it has created the world's first 15.6-inch ultra-high definition (UHD) OLED display for the premium notebook/laptop market. Mass production of the panels begins mid-February. The displays will feature a 3840 x 2160 resolution, HDR and will be optimized for...
  2. cageymaru

    VESA Introduces DisplayHDR True Black Standard for OLED and Emissive Displays

    VESA has announced that it has created a new variant of the DisplayHDR standard that promises up to 100X deeper black levels for OLED and other emissive displays. When compared to VESA's DisplayHDR 1000 performance tier; DisplayHDR True Black allows for up to 100X deeper black levels, a greater...
  3. Pieter3dnow

    AMD clarifies a bit more FreeSync 2 HDR (DisplayHDR 600) certification

    It seems that AMD has some kind of update on what exactly Freesync 2 HDR is exactly. The monitor from Samsung described in the Guru3d article was also used in...
  4. Pieter3dnow

    VESA adopts DisplayID 2.0 Seems that this will fix a lot of problems moving forward and not just monitor based.
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    VESA mount tilt angle question (Why only 15 degrees?)

    Samsung has a great deal for a 40" 4k TV (UN40KU6290) at Costco for only $289.99. Sure, it may not be the greatest gaming monitor ever, but it looks really nice hooked up to my 1080 at 4k 60Hz 4:4:4. The only issue I have is with the VESA mount. The manual says not to mount it at more than a...
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    Upgrading From NEC 20WMGX2s for CS:GO And Video/Photo Work

    So waaaay back in 2005 I went in for the best 20" IPS on the market, the NEC 20WMGX2. Blacks like a pool of India ink, viewing angles as close as I've ever seen to 180 degrees, zero input lag, glossy 1680x1050 display, all for a mere $580 each. I will say though, I totally have gotten my...