Tag: monitor

The new UP2715K monitor from Dell is the first commercially available 5K monitor, outputting a crazy 5120×2880 resolution on a 27″ display. This monitor will cost $2499 and will be available later this year.

The Spotter, a device invented by Denny Fong, allows you to easily connect to devices in your home via the Wink app and monitor a number of different criteria. From humidity, motion, light, temperature, and sound, all of these sensors are embedded within the small Spotter device to automatically notify you when something is complete […]

The voiceover in this promo video for Baby Monitor 3G makes it sound like a joke. But it’s not a fake app. Baby Monitor 3G is a real app for iOS devices that notifies you of baby movements and noise via your iOS device (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad). And heads up, a Mac app is […]

This is the first time I’m seeing this and it seems like a big issue. Big enough that now there’s a possible impending class-action lawsuit filed against Apple about how they aren’t preventing customers from buying these 15″ Retina MacBook Pros with defective LG displays (the ones that don’t have the burn-in issue have Samsung displays). […]

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This new ultra-wide 29″ monitor from dell (U2913WM) seems like a multitasker’s dream come true without having to buy two monitors. It’s one of the many monitors just announced by Dell in their UltraSharp range (their highest line of professional-series monitors) and one that covers 99% of the AdobeRGB color gamut. With a 21:9 aspect […]

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The Dell U2713HM has gone down as low as $650 before and I’m hoping it does so again. Already in just a few days it’s seen its price go down $75. HOPING!!!

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