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Displays

Asus ProArt PQ22UC Display

Asus ProArt PQ22UC Display
~$5000  Buy Link Comment

Asus‘ 21.6″ portable, external display features a razor sharp 4K UHD resolution, and an impressive OLED panel that supports HDR formats like Dolby Vision, HLG, and HDR-10. The whole thing folds up for easy transport, and has a detachable desktop stand.

Eyes-on: 2018 Vizio M-Series 65″ TV

Eyes-on: 2018 Vizio M-Series 65″ TV

Vizio’s latest M-Series displays offer a crystal clear 4K image, fantastic contrast, brilliant colors with HDR and Dolby Vision, and the latest in smart TV streaming features, including built-in Chromecast support. Read on for our full review.

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Vizio P-Series Quantum Smart TV

Vizio P-Series Quantum Smart TV
$2200  Buy Link Comment

The pinnacle of performance from one of the best TV makers out there – the new Vizio P-Series Quantum offers 4K and Dolby Vision HDR, quantum dot tech, 192 local dimming zones, and brightness output up to 2000 nits, making it the most vibrant display Vizio has ever made.

Screens of the Future

Screens of the Future

There are video screens everywhere, from our phones to our watches to our thermostats. Universal Everything and Kouhei Nakama envision some of the form factors that screens might take in the future. Can you imagine an aquarium filled with OLED illuminated fish?

Voxon VX1 Volumetric Display

Voxon VX1 Volumetric Display

Developed by Voxon Photonics, the VX1 can display incredible holographic 3D images which float in space. It uses a proprietary technology which can project more than half a billion points of light every second onto a rapidly moving projection surface. More here.

Luna Display iPad Display Adapter

Luna Display iPad Display Adapter
$65+  Pledge Comment

A wireless dongle that lets you use an iPad as your Mac’s secondary display. Unlike its competitors, Luna uses your Mac’s GPU to ensure a clean and responsive experience. Touch gestures and peripherals will still work on the iPad while it’s showing Mac OS.

Lixie Digital Display

Lixie Digital Display
$38/digit  Buy Link Comment

A slick new take on vintage Nixie tubes. The open-source Lixie display uses LED edge-lit acrylic sheets to display different digits. Unlike Nixies they can be any color, and don’t require high voltage to operate. Designer Connor Nishijima explains how it works.

Google Jamboard

Google Jamboard
$4999+  Buy Link Comment

One of Google’s lesser known products is this 55″ 4K digital whiteboard, designed to make brainstorming ideas across the globe easier, faster, and more fun. The Verge went hands on with this cool new collaboration tool. The initial software seems imperfect, but it’s still slick.

Action Figure Display Furniture

Action Figure Display Furniture
$525+  Buy Comment

Charlie Peterson of StillLifewithCharlie handmakes these awesome tables and wall displays built out with dozens of individual shadowboxes. They’re designed to fit the classic Kenner Star Wars figures, but should hold any 3.75″-ish figure that fits into cubbies.

LED Kitchen Backsplash

LED Kitchen Backsplash

Are you tired of the plain old tile behind your kitchen sink? Then look no further than All Things LED’s slick setup, which can display video along the walls under cabinets, providing both a source of accent light, and a cool display worthy of a sports arena.

Vizio E-Series XXL Displays

Vizio E-Series XXL Displays
$1999-$3399  Buy Comment

As part of its latest value-priced UHD display lineup, Vizio has revealed jumbo sized 75″ and 80″ models, both sporting HDR, full-array local dimming, and Chromecast technology for streaming a wide variety of digital content.

iBuypower Snowblind PC

iBuypower Snowblind PC
$1499+  Buy Link Comment

iBuypower’s new computer doesn’t come with a mouse or a keyboard, but it does come with a display – a transparent display built into its side panel. The 19″ 1280 x 1024 screen acts like a second monitor, so you can show whatever you want on it. 2017 y’all. The fyooch.

Barco Interactive Surface

Barco Interactive Surface

Display technology company Barco demonstrates its a rear-projection video wall, which uses lasers and custom sensors to allow it to detect an unlimited number of touchpoints, and lets users view and interact with content in an expansive virtual desktop.

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AquaTop Display

AquaTop Display

Using a Kinect and projector, Mato Mato developed a display that you interact with using a liquid surface as the interface. It has desktop applications but it’s the game ideas shown off at the end that really captured our attention.

Giveaway: LG Ultrawide Display

Giveaway: LG Ultrawide Display

LG has teamed up with The Awesomer and our bro site, Technabob to give away one of their awesome 29″ Ultrawide 21:9 Displays. Enter to win Here. (Ends 12:00am CDT 3/25/13. U.S. Residents Only.)

Samsung Youm Flexible Display

Samsung Youm Flexible Display

A 0.3mm thick flexible OLED display which can be bent or shaped to create cool new gadgets. Here, Samsung exec Brian Berkeley demos the tech on a curved smartphone to increase screen real estate.

3M Privacy Filters

3M Privacy Filters
$17-$75  Buy Link Comment

Another wonder product from 3M, Privacy Filters ensure that what’s on your laptop or monitor is only visible to the person directly in front of it, i.e. you. Available in a variety of sizes.

See Through 3D Desktop

See Through 3D Desktop

Jinha Lee designed the See Through 3D Desktop while interning at Microsoft Applied Sciences Group. It allows users to easily transition from a keyboard to direct interaction with the virtual space.

Sony Crystal LED TV

Sony Crystal LED TV

Probably the coolest thing we saw at CES 2012, it uses over 6.2 million tiny LEDs, providing the smoothest, brightest, most colorful images we’ve ever seen. Too bad it’s just a prototype – for now.

Samsung Smart Window

Samsung Smart Window

Microsoft and Corning came up with the snazzy concept videos, but Samsung put its money where the future is. Its transparent, one-way touch screen window is usable both in daylight and at night.

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Apple Thunderbolt Display

Apple Thunderbolt Display
$1000  Buy Comment

Apple’s new 2560×1440 LED-backlit 27-incher adds Thunderbolt I/O support, zipping data along 12x faster than Firewire 800. Built-in FaceTime HD cam and a MagSafe connector juices up MacBooks.

Sony 3D PlayStation Display

Sony 3D PlayStation Display
$499  Buy Link Comment

This 24″ 3D LCD lets two players see different perspectives in 2D full-screen mode at once. $500 gets you the display, an HDMI cable, one pair of active 3D glasses, and Motorstorm: Apocalypse.

Smart Interactive Displays

Smart Interactive Displays

We’ve seen Corning’s vision of the future, now let’s look at what Microsoft has in mind – head-tracking, glasses-free 3D displays, multiview displays, more movement-based controls and more.

Ostendotech 43″ Curved Display

Ostendotech 43″ Curved Display
$6,500  Buy Comment

Forget multi-monitor setups. Ostendotech’s 43″ CRVD 2880 x 900 curved display is all you need, whether for work or play. Ostendotech will even install and calibrate your display upon delivery.

Sony 360-Degree Display

Sony 360-Degree Display

3D displays are everywhere these days. But Sony is showing off the next generation of 3-dimensional screens, providing 360-degree volumetric images that you can walk around and gesture control.

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