Our pursuit and company goal is to "Always satisfy our customer requirements". We continue to develop and design superior quality products for both our old and new customers and achieve a win-win prospect for our clients as well as us for Hdmi Matrix 4x2,8 X 8 Hdmi Matrix,Hdmi Matrix 8x8,4x4 Hdmi Matrix Switcher,Video Matrix Switcher.We warmly welcome friends from all walks of life to seek mutual cooperation and create a more brilliant and splendid tomorrow. The product will supply to all over the world, such asMalaysia ,Manila ,Slovakia ,Barcelona ,Plymouth ,Really should any of these items be of interest to you, please let us know. We will be pleased to give you a quotation upon receipt of one's detailed specifications. We've our personal specialist R&D enginners to meet any of the requriements, We look forward to receiving your enquires soon and hope to have the chance to work together with you inside the future. Welcome to take a look at our organization.
The Benq PD2705Q is a very attractive display for professionals with certain smart features
Benq PD2705Q has high image quality and has many excellent features, but its value is definitely in professionals, not ordinary users.
Built-in KVM switch
Good software choice
1440p is not cheap
Not too bright
Turn your eyes to the game player, this is for the designer. Benq PD2705Q is designed to provide full color accuracy and many conveniences, including built-in KVM and USB-C connections, so you can use a single cable to connect. It can even provide different modes for specific tasks, including the M Book mode, which matches its output with the built-in display of the MacBook Pro, making it one of them.
The screen itself is a hardware-calibrated display that promises 100% coverage of the sRGB color gamut, as well as Calman and Pantone verification. If this doesn't make much sense to you, then you may not be a designer.
What you get here is a screen dedicated to accurately displaying web colors. The screen has been further calibrated at the factory with a calibration report. Therefore, if you purchase two screens, their display colors should match. This is very important, not the color space itself is very important-large Most monitors can display sRGB. In fact, some have a dedicated sRGB mode. The top is HDR10 compatibility.
For a 27-inch 1440p IPS screen, the asking price of £349/$399 is not cheap, but you have to pay extra color accuracy for the physical functions of the screen, so this is actually a priority. Compared with many equivalent screens, it has considerable value.
One of similar money
Can make you get a higher refresh rate, and even a decent
For this money...but don't expect them to provide the same uniformity and color support, or have the same ergonomic characteristics.
The bezel looks thin before opening, but the DisplayPort connection with native QHD (1440p) resolution leaves black borders on all four sides of the image, and the thinnest at the bottom of the thickest physical bezel. Using DisplayPort connection cannot be overscanned (there are two under the 1.4 standard, but one is the output of the daisy chain screen, plus a USB Type-C and an HDMI 2.0), but switching it to HDMI can be overscanned, and what Do it all, just make the picture bigger. It looks like an edge-to-edge display, no.
Nevertheless, for professional monitors, this is still a physical appearance that looks very perfect. The bracket is very good, can be adjusted in height, tilted 25°, and can be rotated into a longitudinal direction, and has a cut-out ring for cable management.
The curious thing is the small chin, like King Tutankhamun's beard, it protrudes from the center of the bottom, looking around the world like an infrared receiver. We checked a remote control in the box, but did not find the remote control, and then we found that it was an ambient light sensor.
There are also screen display buttons at the bottom of the screen. They are large and can be clicked nicely, but like all display controls, they also have their own characteristics that will leave you in a daze for a while, wondering what is going on.
In other words, this is one of the better buttons we have used. Place the icon that represents the effect that the button will produce on top of the button. This means that you only need to align your finger with the icon and Feel the button below.
In the tabbed browsing option, we exited the whole process several times, but in the end we couldn't solve it. In addition to the ability to switch inputs, you can also find color management options in these menus, but there is a better way to control the screen, we will introduce it later.
On the back of the screen are all video inputs, as well as 3.5mm audio pass-through (unless there is no other choice, it is best not to use a pair of 2W speakers) and a large number of USB ports: four Type-In addition to Type-C, you can also combine As and Type -B is used as input.
What's happening here is slightly more than the USB hub function that work-oriented monitors usually have: it's a complete KVM switch. The idea is that you connect a laptop via Type-C, and connect a desktop via Type-B and DisplayPort. Then, hook up the four peripherals to the Type-A ports and swap them between computers when switching from one to the other.
The Type-C port can even charge the laptop when it is connected, albeit with only 65W of power-which is enough to meet the needs of the laptop.
If you want to make full use of its hardware.
This is a very clever idea to eliminate the docking station that makes the desktop cluttered and give an example of the ideas that appear on this screen. The accompanying Display Pilot software is another excellent addition, which provides a more user-friendly way to control the display compared to using the menu. Using this feature, you can switch inputs and change settings, as well as delve deeper into the color management aspects of things.
Then there is M mode. Once this mode is called from the menu or Display Pilot, it will be as close as possible to the screen of the connected MacBook Pro. There are other modes that can enhance the screen in a dark environment, bring out darker areas when processing 3D animation, or increase the contrast when viewing the thin lines of CAD drawings. The whole process was designed with the needs of professionals in mind, which shows this point.
The image quality is as good as the image quality on the IPS screen. When you increase the brightness, some backlight blooms, but that's all. The response time is 5 milliseconds and the maximum refresh rate is 60Hz, so this does not attract the high frame rates currently sweeping the gaming world, but it has never done so.
Although it supports HDR, it cannot be said that the brightness can be fully utilized. Not surprising-most HDR screens are only at this brightness level, so it's not a big flaw of the screen-but it's not like a high-end HDR TV at all. However, it does make the screen have the greatest contrast.
This excellent screen can be used with MacBook Pro and PC workstations, and can be paired in a daisy chain via DisplayPort output. That is the environment in which it lives, and if that is the use case you are considering, it will be a wonderful picture. Nothing else really reaches its full potential.
If you only need a 27-inch monitor for routine work, this is largely overkill. However, if you want something that matches the MacBook Pro as solidly as possible, and provide a series of creative support for any brand of laptop, then we will give you strong suggestions.
We have compiled the best Chromebooks of 2021 from budget cheap to luxurious status symbols
David Nield •
The best gaming headsets for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch are all in one place
Troy Fleming (Troy Fleming) •
T3 is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher.
©Future Publishing Co., Amberley Dock Building, Bath BA1 1UA. all rights reserved. The England and Wales company registration number is 2008885.
There are 10 monitors here, covering various sizes, price points and specifications, which will make remote work more efficient and more ergonomic.
Many business users use laptops as their main work tool, and millions of people now regularly work from home, so the demand for external displays continues to grow. Analysts said, for example, in the third quarter of 2020, global display shipments increased by 15.9% compared to the same period in 2019
, And consumer demand has driven most of the rise.
IDC Research Manager Jay Chou said: "Whether it is studying, working or playing games, due to the persistent uncertainty of office and school attendance, many consumers have new considerations for their long-neglected monitors." Chou added Said: "As inventory is still at a healthy level, and to induce sales of games and larger monitors, IDC believes that the strong momentum should continue into the first half of 2021."
When you stare at the screen all day, having a larger display is obviously easier to keep your eyes open, and it can also help reduce neck and back problems because you don’t have to bend over your laptop all the time while working.
There are other key factors, the most obvious of which is size. If you are just running Microsoft Office and sending emails to colleagues, a low-cost 21-inch or 24-inch monitor may be sufficient (especially if it is dangling on your kitchen table). However, 27-inch displays are becoming more and more popular-and the prices are getting cheaper. Larger screens are obviously suitable for graphic work or presentations, but digital computing software (such as Excel) can also benefit from as much screen space as possible.
Cheap monitors are often limited to FHD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), which is acceptable for web browsing or simple word processing and spreadsheet work. However, higher resolutions (such as QHD (2560 x 1440)) provide more space for viewing documents and displaying multiple documents or windows on the screen at the same time. At the same time, 4K or UHD displays (3840 x 2160) are extremely tempting, almost indispensable for graphics and video software, but still a luxury for regular office work.
Connectivity is also important, especially for owners of older "legacy" devices, so you need to make sure you can actually connect the new monitor to the laptop. Many laptops and PCs use HDMI or DisplayPort to connect to external displays, although there may still be some old PCs around that still use ancient VGA or DVI interfaces. And, of course, many new laptops (PCs and Macs) include USB-C, which is ideal for monitors used at home, because a USB-C cable can provide video and data connections, and can even charge laptops.
2560 x 1440 (108.8ppi)|
16: 9 |
99% Adobe RGB |
HDR 600 |
600 cd /m²|
178 degrees / 178 degrees|
Tilt (-5 degrees ~ 35 degrees), rotation (360 degrees), height (7.09 inches)|
2 HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C |
4 USB 3.0, 3.5 mm headphone jacks|
2 times 4 watts|
62.9 x 44.1-54.1 x 30.2 cm|
Acer's ConceptD monitors are very expensive and are mainly designed for professional graphics, design and video work. This
It is Acer's mid-range 27-inch model, priced at $749.99.
Its 2560 x 1440 resolution (108.8ppi) is relatively moderate, but CP5 supports 99%
Color standards, and
. There are three video input options-HDMI, DisplayPort and USB-C-to provide compatibility with multiple devices, and the USB-C port can charge the laptop at the same time.
The 144Hz refresh rate will brighten your eyes, and the display also includes a light sensor, which automatically adjusts the brightness level as the ambient light changes throughout the day. The CP5 includes a hood to help block external light sources and glare during work. Video editors who need 4K resolution can choose top products
, The price is about 2200 US dollars-although the price is still much cheaper than Apple's
1920 x 1080 (141.2ppi)|
16: 9 |
n / s |
n / s |
250 cd /m²|
IPS, 10-point capacitive touch screen|
Tilt and Pivot|
Micro HDMI, 2 USB-C |
2 USB-C, 3.5mm headphone jacks|
2x 1W |
44.5 x 30 x 8.5 cm|
The large screen is great for graphics processing or studying large spreadsheets, but sometimes a smaller portable display may come in handy-especially when you are working at home quickly trying to trigger a few emails on your smartphone or tablet.
AOC produces many portable displays, all of which have a 15.6-inch screen and 1920 x 1080 resolution (141.2ppi). This
It is a top product, the price is $319.99, but the package contains many useful features. The screen size is only 8.5 mm thick and weighs 1 kg, so it is easy to carry or carry it in a bag on the go. It includes two USB-C ports and micro-HDMI to provide compatibility with various devices, and has its own built-in battery, so it will not drain the laptop battery. A small set of stereo speakers are built-in, and the display also has a touch-sensitive function (when connected via USB-C), allowing you to quickly jot down notes and notes while working.
1920 x 1080 (81.6ppi)|
16: 9 |
74% Adobe RGB, 101% sRGB |
n / s |
Tilt -5 degrees/21.5 degrees|
HDMI 1.4, VGA |
3.5mm headphone jack|
42 x 54 x 18.7 cm (including base)|
AOC's "Basic" series focuses on providing large-screen displays at competitive prices. This
It is the successor to last year's 27B1H, and managed to provide a higher price/performance ratio. A 27-inch monitor is priced at only US$199.
The specification is also very basic, only 1920 x 1080 resolution (81.6ppi), although it is still sufficient for mainstream office software such as Word and Excel and Zoom calls for home office. 27B2H also provides a 75Hz refresh rate, as well as flicker-free and "low blue light" mode, which helps reduce eye fatigue during work. There is no USB-C or DisplayPort interface, so it is not the best choice for newer laptops and PCs, but HDMI and VGA ports will provide convenience for people who are still using older devices. The low price means there are no built-in speakers, but there is a 3.5 mm audio jack for external speakers or headphones.
1920 x 1080 (92.6dpi)|
72% NTSC |
250 cd /m²|
HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, VGA |
3.5mm headphone/input jack|
42 x 54 x 17.5 cm (with stand)|
3.84kg (with bracket)|
If you are going to burn the midnight oil of working from home, then you might like BenQ's
. In addition to the blue light and flicker-free filters that many displays now offer, the GW2480 also has many "brightness intelligence" features designed to enhance visibility and reduce eye strain.
The built-in sensor can monitor the ambient light level in the room and adjust the screen brightness to achieve a comfortable viewing effect. It can also analyze the image displayed on the screen itself and enhance darker areas or lighten rough, bright parts of the image. And, for people with color vision problems, there are filters that allow you to adjust the level of red and green displayed on the screen.
The 24-inch model shown here starts at $119.99 and has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 (92.6dpi). 27 inch model
, The price is $179.99.
83% (CIE 1976), 72% (CIE 1931)|
250 cd /m²|
178 degrees / 178 degrees | Panel IPS |
Tilt (-5 degrees / 21 degrees), rotation (-90 degrees), pivot (90 degrees), height (4.9 inches)|
HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, VGA |
USB 3.0 hub (1 upstream, 4 downstream), 3.5 mm headphone jack|
2 x 5.0 Watt|
54.9 x 37.6 x 18cm (+bracket), 54.9 x 36.1 x 5.1cm (-bracket)|
5.6 kg (+ seat), 3.6 kg (- seat)|
During the pandemic, video conferencing has always been a key application for remote workers, and Dell’s
Prepared for this purpose.
The 23.8-inch display is quite traditional, with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 (92.6dpi). The price of the P2418HZ is $287.99, which is expensive for a medium-sized display. However, it has many functions and can be easily used for video conferencing and general office use.
The video aspect of the matter is handled by an integrated 2MP webcam, which is certified for use with Windows Hello and Skype for Business. Built-in stereo speakers (2 x 5W), and 3.5 mm combo audio jack for headphones or microphone. The display can be turned to an upright (portrait) position for video conversations with audio conversations, and it also has an integrated USB hub with four USB 3.0 ports that can be used for all office peripherals. P2418HZ includes VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort for video connection, but no USB-C.
256 x 1440 (108.8ppi)|
99% sRGB |
350 cd /m²|
178 degrees / 178 degrees|
Tilt -5 degrees / 21 degrees, rotation (-30 degrees / 30 degrees), pivot (-90 degrees / 90 degrees)|
2 HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 |
3.5mm headphone jack|
2x 3W |
61.2 x 51 x 17.3cm (+bracket), 61.2 x 36.6 x 5.59cm (-bracket)|
4.4kg (standing position)|
If you want a low-cost ($174.99) 27-inch 1920 x 1080 (81.6ppi) monitor for use at home, you can still buy it from Dell. Newer
Slightly more expensive, the price is 259.99 US dollars, but it improves the more useful 2560 x 1440 resolution (108.8ppi), very suitable for running Microsoft Office and other productivity software. The stand allows you to adjust the height, tilt, and even rotate the screen to an upright (portrait) position as needed, and it also has a set of built-in stereo speakers.
The display provides three input options for connecting multiple devices-two HDMI ports and a DisplayPort-S2721DS supports a 75Hz refresh rate to reduce eye fatigue, and has a ComfortView mode to reduce blue light emission. There is also an attractive 4K (3840 x 2160, 163.2ppi) model,
, The price is 374.99 US dollars.
2560 x 1440 (108.8ppi)|
n / s |
300 cd /m²|
Tilt (-5 / + 20 degrees), rotation (30 degrees), pivot (90 degrees), height (15cm)|
USB-C, HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 |
RJ-45 Ethernet, USB-C, 4 USB 3.0, 3.5 mm headphone jacks|
61.4 x 36.6 x 4.85cm |
HP has adopted USB-C for its new "Advanced Docking Station" monitor series. Admittedly,
For a 2560 x 1440 resolution (108.8dpi) monitor, the price is quite expensive, at $499, but its impressive connectivity will ensure it maintains its performance-especially when you work at home with a laptop .
There are HDMI, DisplayPort and USB-C connectors for video input, as well as a built-in KVM switch (keyboard/video/mouse) that allows you to connect two computers to the monitor and share the same keyboard and mouse. Using the USB-C input, you can charge your laptop through the monitor, and you can also access the monitor’s integrated USB hub, which provides four USB 3.0 ports for connecting office accessories, plus one USB- for devices The C port, such as a hard drive, may need to be powered by USB-C. There is even a built-in 1080p IR camera with a privacy slider, which you can use for video calls, or you can log in to your PC using only Windows Hello.
3840 x 2160 (163.2dpi)|
178 degrees / 178 degrees|
Tilt (–5 / + 16 degrees), height (10cm)|
HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2, Wi-Fi Direct |
Upstream USB-A, downstream 3 USB 3.2, 3.5mm headphone jack|
50.1 x 61.3 x 19.3 cm|
Any 4K monitor that costs less than £500 is good value for money, but HP’s price is $479.99
Try to introduce wireless connections and other useful features. The ultra-thin 27-inch monitor provides fascinating image quality with 3840 x 2160 resolution (163.2dpi) and 99% of the sRGB color standard, making it suitable for graphics and photo editing, as well as word processing and web browsing. It also includes an anti-glare coating and a "low blue" mode to reduce eye strain.
There are HDMI and DisplayPort interfaces for wired video input, as well as a set of internal speakers and a three-port USB hub. It’s disappointing that there is no USB-C, but the key feature of the U27 is of course the wireless option. If you have a PC running Windows 10, you can simply press "Windows-Key + K" to pair with the monitor via Wi-Fi, and you can easily get a larger image quickly at home or from a laptop. Prepare a presentation quickly in the office.
2560 x 1440 (117.5ppi)|
16: 9 |
90% NTSC, 109% sRGB |
n / s |
350 cd /m²|
178 degrees / 178 degrees|
Tilt (-5 degrees / 20 degrees), rotation (-65 degrees / 65 degrees), pivot (90 degrees), height (13cm)|
VGA, DVI dual link, DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, USB-C |
3 USB 3.0 |
2 2W, 3.5mm headphone jacks|
57.1 x 34.4 x 5.5cm |
7 kg | Price $ 617
These are the first monitors that use USB-C to combine high-quality displays with impressive connectivity, and are used by office users. The impressive 32-inch display is very expensive, but Philips has more affordable models such as
, Is an ideal choice for working from home. Admittedly, it is still a bit expensive for a 25-inch monitor, but its 2560 x 1440 resolution (117.5ppi) is easy to make people’s eyes shine, and it provides many preset display modes for office work and graphics work. And watch the video. The stand allows you to tilt, rotate and adjust the height, and you can also rotate the screen to an upright (portrait) position.
It also has good connectivity, with HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI and VGA ports for older laptops and PCs, and USB-C for video and data connections, and it can even charge laptops via a single cable. And, like its 32-inch big brother, the 258B6QUEB includes a convenient hub that provides three USB 3.0 ports for your office peripherals, and stereo speakers with audio input and output. There is even an RJ-45 Ethernet port for connecting to a wired network.
27 inches |
3840 x 2160 (163.2dpi)|
103% NTSC, 122% sRGB |
350 cd /m²|
178 degrees / 178 degrees|
Tilt (-5 degrees / 35 degrees), rotation (-/ + 180 degrees), pivot (-/ + 90 degrees), height (15cm)|
2 HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 |
USB-C (upstream), 4 USB 3.2 (downstream), RJ-45 Ethernet|
2x 3W |
61.3 x 53.7 x 20.5cm |
The price is only US$379.99,
Provide a 27-inch display with a full 4K resolution (3840 x 2160, 163.2dpi). It supports 122% of the sRGB color standard, making it suitable for graphics, presentation and photo editing work, as well as general office efficiency software. The stand also allows you to adjust the height, tilt and rotation, and even rotate the screen to an upright (portrait) position.
279P1 includes two HDMI ports, DisplayPort and USB-C for video input. The USB-C port is very suitable for working with a laptop at home because it can charge the device. It also allows you to use the built-in USB hub, which includes four additional USB ports and RJ-45 Ethernet for wired network connections.
Please check our terms of service to complete your news subscription.
By registering, you agree
You will also get a free subscription to ZDNet’s "Technical Updates Today" and ZDNet announcement press releases. You can unsubscribe from these newsletters at any time.
You agree to receive updates, alerts and promotions from the CBS series of companies, including ZDNet’s "Technical Updates Today" and ZDNet Announcement Newsletter. You can unsubscribe at any time.
By signing up, you agree to receive the selected newsletter, and you can unsubscribe from it at any time. You also agree
And confirm the data collection and usage practices we outlined
If cloud-based servers cannot meet all your storage needs, please consider using a NAS solution. We have selected a handful of devices that have passed reliability torture tests and provide excellent performance.
Are you looking for a new Windows 10 laptop that will not go bankrupt? These laptops start at just $350, and they come from Asus, Dell, Lenovo and other manufacturers-all new products, not refurbished products,...
Do you find yourself spending more and more time working in the home office? It's time to equip with a high-quality mouse so that you can complete more work in a shorter time while still keeping your hands and...
If you often lose power or want to live off the grid, there are many benefits to using an effective backup battery system for your home office or workplace. ...
Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound will enable premium audio brands to compete with smartphone brands, as both try to capture Apple’s experience on iPhone and Airpods. ...
Innovative new training may provide important tools for the Department of Defense and emotional health professionals.
Want to monitor your house, but don't want to spend a lot of time? Abode Cam 2 can be booked for $30.
The deep learning trio helped popularize the use of Nvidia's graphics chips in machine learning.
©2021 ZDNET, a red startup company. all rights reserved.
To complete your CNN profile and ensure that you can receive important account information, please verify your email address.
Please click the button below to agree to our
And acknowledge our
It is a guide to your daily products and services that can help you live a smarter, simpler and more fulfilling life. The content was created by CNN Underscored. CNN news staff is not involved. When you make a purchase, we receive revenue.
If one thing I learned from working at home in a year, it would be that without two monitors, my work efficiency would not be as good as before.
Whether it’s taking notes in a meeting or watching Slack conversations and emails while following a story, accessing multiple monitors has made my daily work easier almost every day. When I need to stop work and start playing some games, my second monitor is very useful for finding walkthroughs or interacting with Twitch chats.
If any of these use cases apply to you, you will get a lot of benefits from a dual-monitor setup. Fortunately, there is no really wrong way to add some extra screen space to the workspace. However, due to the large number of monitors and accessory options there, we have assembled some indicators and products (including monitors that have been extensively tested) that can help you create the dual monitor setup of your dreams.
So whether you want to be more productive or just want to check email during boring Zoom calls (we won't tell anyone), this is all you need to build a good dual-monitor setup.
The dual monitor setup is exactly like its sound-by plugging the two monitors into a desktop or laptop computer (usually connected via HDMI or DisplayPort), the screen space for work or entertainment can be significantly expanded. There is no really wrong way to combine dual-monitor setups, whether you want to mix and match screens, or install two identical monitors together for a seamless ultra-wide experience.
I personally use basic asymmetrical settings, which include Dell S2417DG as my primary monitor and Acer KG221Q as my secondary monitor. The Dell monitor has a clear 24-inch, 2560 x 1440 display that allows me to immerse myself in my favorite PC games or hammer Google Docs with the smallest line of sight, while the smaller 1080p Acer monitor allows me to follow emails at any time Or monitor my chat when I live on Twitch. It is difficult for me to find a special Acer monitor these days, but this model is priced at $93 (
) Is your ideal choice for looking for a reliable and cheap second display.
If you want a more organized two-monitor setup, there are many monitors optimized to be placed next to each other. This
, Our choice
Overall, this is the perfect choice for a dual-screen display setup, thanks to the thin bezels, when you place two bezels side by side, you can create an almost seamless viewing experience. L24q-30 also supports VESA mounting, which means you can mount several of them on a wall or various types of brackets (more on this later).
It's also worth considering the monitors that can be placed vertically when putting together a dual monitor setup. Vertical monitors are particularly suitable for programmers, because they have the ability to display multiple lines of code, and can also save desktop space-not everyone's home office has a lot of things. USD 124
It is a popular and cheap option. If you need a more detailed two-screen setup, it supports vertical orientation and VESA installation. Yes, you can switch between vertical and horizontal at any time.
You can slightly simplify the setup of dual monitors by daisy chaining, which actually means combining your various display outputs onto a single wire that can be plugged into a computer. To boil it all up, connect one monitor to another, and the monitor only needs a cable to send two signals to your PC. This is a great feature that can make your settings neater, although not all monitors support it.
You need a monitor with DisplayPort 1.2 connection and Multi-Stream Transport (MST) technology to make the daisy chain work. USD 229
Is a highly regarded daisy chain display, if you want a reasonably priced 1080p display, and the price is $423
If you need a higher-end 1440p screen, it is a popular option.
It's easy to put two monitors on your desk, but what if you want to tidy it up a bit? That's where to stand and wall mount. By installing the monitor, you can save your valuable desk space and gain greater freedom to adjust the monitor and find the ideal viewing angle.
For those who wish to connect multiple monitors to their laptops (or just the hassle of simplifying cables), USB-C hubs are worth investigating a dual monitor setup. If you are a true super user, then a KVM switch that can connect peripherals to two computers at once will allow you to easily use dual monitors on multiple computers. Here are some accessories worth checking out to get the most out of your dual monitor setup.
The Vivo Dual LCD monitor desktop mounting bracket is one of the most popular brackets on the Internet, allowing you to install two 13-inch to 27-inch monitors with a maximum of 22 pounds per pound. Each arm of the stand is very flexible, allowing you to rotate the display 180 degrees, or rotate it 360 degrees when you need to operate in portrait mode. The bracket's fixing clip can be firmly fixed on any table with a thickness of no more than 4 inches, and includes a detachable cable clip to keep all your wires in order.
If you want to mount the monitor on the wall, Wali's dual monitor mount is a popular and relatively inexpensive way to mount it. The wall bracket can be used to mount any 27-inch monitor via a 75 x 75 mm or 100 x 100 mm VESA bracket, and has a large number of hinge points, including 90 degree rotation and 360 degree rotation to position your monitor vertically. Wali's Dual LCD monitor stand also has an adjustable gas spring, which can increase or decrease the tension according to the weight of the monitor.
Many modern laptops have limited ports, which can make connecting an external monitor to them tricky. A USB-C hub (such as Aukey's 12-in-1 model) can easily solve this problem. The adapter has two HDMI ports and one VGA port, giving you the flexibility to mirror your laptop screen on up to three displays, or use them all as different screens in extended mode. Most importantly, you get a lot of extra ports for peripherals, including two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, an Ethernet port, and an SD card reader.
For advanced users or Twitch streaming media who are using multiple computers and their dual-monitor setups, KVM switches are well worth studying. These switches provide a connection point for your monitor and mouse and keyboard, allowing you to control from one computer to another with the touch of a button. This well-reviewed Steetek switch supports both Full HD and 4K displays, and provides two additional USB ports to share accessories such as printers or external drives on multiple PCs.
Before purchasing a dual-monitor setup, you also need to consider whether an ultra-wide monitor is more suitable for your needs. As the name suggests, ultra-wide monitors usually have an aspect ratio of 21:9 (traditional monitors are 16:9), providing you with a large amount of horizontal screen space to perform heavy multitasking. Just look at $699
, We currently
Choose a large monitor, which provides a 34-inch wide 3440 x 1440 widescreen that can handle multiple applications or immerse yourself in your favorite games or movies.
Compared with dual-monitor setups, ultra-wide displays have some advantages. On the one hand, these monitors involve less setup and can save you money because you only need to buy and set up one monitor for the work area. You can also enjoy the advantages of a truly seamless screen that can take advantage of games, movies, and TV shows that are optimized to fit the 21:9 aspect ratio. Moreover, many ultra-wide monitors are curved, which can achieve greater immersion while preventing the eyes from overwork when moving left and right.
However, the dual-monitor setup provides you with a versatility that is difficult to surpass. The monitors can be freely mixed and matched, which means you can buy a high-end 4K monitor as the main screen, while choosing a cheaper 1080p model for web browsing and work calls. Moreover, whether you want to place a screen vertically or independently adjust the height and angle of two displays on the wall bracket, you will have greater flexibility in positioning.
Of course, if money and space are not a problem, then you can enjoy the best of both worlds and buy multiple ultra-wide monitors. But for most people, ultra-wide monitors can bring you simplicity and immersion, while dual-screen settings can provide greater flexibility.
Whether you want to upgrade your home office or game room, a dual-monitor setup can make a big difference. You will have more screen space, can easily bounce back and forth between emails, Slack chats, and video conferences, and can better monitor your broadcasts on Twitch or YouTube Star Road.
If you want a cleaner, more flexible setup, and an ultra-wide monitor, rather than the simpler option of getting two monitors, it's worth considering a stand or wall mount. However, no matter what you do, increasing the amount of screen space on your desk will greatly improve your work efficiency and help you have more fun.
Sign up for our newsletter
By subscribing, you agree to our
©2021 CNN. Warner Media Corporation. all rights reserved.
CNN Sans™ and ©2016 Cable News Network.
In addition to a large number of ThinkPad updates, Lenovo also announced a new display that can be perfectly matched with these Thinkpads. Lenovo ThinkVision P40w is an impressive product, offering a 39.7-inch 21:9 panel and a 5120x2160 WUHD resolution. This is not all.
The new P40w is also a laptop docking station, thanks to the single-cable Thunderbolt 4 port, which can charge the laptop with a maximum power of 100 watts. It can provide up to 12 ports from the display, including 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports and 1 USB Type-C port. Not only that, Lenovo also includes an eKVM, which allows you to control two devices through this single monitor and docking combination. The additional Thunderbolt 4 port also allows you to daisy-chain another 5K display.
The 21:9 panel provides 98% of the P3 color space, and has been calibrated for an error level of less than 2.0 at the factory, and includes a hardware-level blue light reduction function to reduce blue light emission while maintaining proper white balance .
There is also a built-in RJ-45 jack to make the display your network hub, it supports Wake-on-LAN, PXE and MAC pass-through. Lenovo is the first retail professional display manufacturer that has built-in Intel Active Management Technology, which can be integrated with vPro on ThinkPads and provide additional management functions.
If you have always wanted a large monitor with high resolution, wide color gamut support, and of course Intel AMT management functions, Lenovo can meet your requirements.
The new ThinkVision P40w will be available in June, starting at $1,699.
Sources told us that a new 4K-enabled Switch model will be released in 2021, which will update the OLED panel and provide 4K output for UHDTV.
. The system will also have the functionality of a docking station.
According to sources, Nintendo will release a new high-end Switch handheld game console model this year to complete the multi-billion-dollar platform series. The new Switch will undergo three major improvements: the screen, resolution output and a new base.
Switch will upgrade from the current 6.2-inch LCD panel to a larger 7-inch OLED screen, similar to the PlayStation Vita PCH 1000 series released by Sony. The new Switch panel will not undergo a resolution upgrade, and will remain at 720p resolution to maintain pixel density and maintain low heat.
Nintendo plans to use Samsung's OLED screen as a low-cost, high-performance solution. More and more smart phone manufacturers are promoting flexible OLED panels for updating devices, thereby reducing the demand and price of rigid displays. With the efficiency of OLED screens, black pixels can be completely turned off, so the conversion to OLED will provide more vivid colors and improve mobile battery life. When playing in the daytime, the glare of the Switch will also be greatly reduced.
The so-called Switch Pro will also output 4K video signals for UHDTV. It’s not clear how it works-whether it's a new chip with NVIDIA DLSS and AI-based extensions, an upgraded base, or both-but we do know that the enhanced model will get a new one Pedestal.
The current Switch docking station only supports 1080p output. The switch uses the DisplayPort alternate mode on USB Type-C for video output, which uses a special converter chip,
To output at 4K, Switch will need to use
, The resolution can reach 4K resolution at 60Hz.
The new Switch can also use updated internal chips. We are not sure if NVIDIA and Nintendo created one
. However, Tegra X1 (based on 2017 Switch) and 16nm Tegra X1+ (newer version in 2019)
, So Nintendo may use the existing Switch chip for the new model.
Nintendo has not announced a new upgraded version of 4K Switch, we should see more information before 2021.
Derek focuses on the intersection of technology and games, and is always looking forward to new advancements. Derek has been working in game journalism for more than 6 years, and his goal is to further attract the game industry while peeking into the technology that supports it. He hopes to one day use the magic of VR to explore the stars in "No Man's Sky".