LG to Release a Stylish PC Monitor 23ET63V

LG Electronics, a South Korean tycoon in consumer electronics market, is going to release a new stylish monitor, codenamed 23ET63V. This model features 23-inch display and Full HD resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. However, its basic flavor is an ultra-thin case (555x338x53 mm) and a touchscreen AH-IPS panel with the support of 10 multi-touch dabs. The latter also boasts a high gloss surface with 3H rigidity.



The other parameter that might be of interest to all potential users is absence of a traditional stand. Instead of it, there is a dedicated holdup that allows for tilt adjusting only (from 15 to 58 degrees). Such holdup positioning might be rather convenient to work with applications supporting a touchscreen data access. The display can be employed as a wall screen, thanks to the availability of 75x75 VESA bracket.


The rear panel of the display houses D-Sub, HDMI and USB 2.0 (for touchscreen input) ports for the connection of varied devices. Generally, 23ET63V consumes …

Microsoft to Come Out with Surface Studio All-in-One PC

Microsoft has unveiled its first all-in-one PC – Microsoft Surface Studio. Featuring 28-inch PixelSense touch-screen with 4500x3000 pixels resolution, the new-comer is primarily targeting designers, animators and other graphics specialists. The display features 3:2 aspect ratio & 192 PPI. Besides, it offers multi-touch facilities (up to 10 simultaneous touches), supporting calibration in Adobe sRGB & DCI-P3 color environments (there is a possibility to switch between them).



It should be noted that the hardware is housed within the block’s base. The stand provides for multiple adjustments in order to achieve the ultimate viewing experience. The model is developed on Intel Core i5/i7 Skylake CPU which is accompanied by 8/16/32 GB RAM and either Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M (2 GB) or Nvidia GeForce GTX 980M (4 GB) GDDR5 graphics.


To continue, Microsoft Surface Studio comes equipped either with 1 TB or 2 TB hybrid drive, and SDXC card-reader. It is run by Windows 10 Pro OS …

Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 550 Graphics Cards Are 158 mm Long

Radeon RX 550 graphics cards were to hit store shelves yesterday. The suggested price of the product is 80 USD, however, there is no reference sample. With this background, AMD partners may set prices of their own free choice.



The Sapphire Company introduced two RX 550 models under the Pulse Radeon RX 550 2GD5 and Pulse Radeon RX 550 4GD5 code names. It’s not hard to figure out, that the only difference between them lies in the memory volume.


The GPU boost clock of these video cards equals to 1,206 MHz, and the memory operates at the 7,000 MHz frequency. Owing to the low TDP level (50 W, as reported by AMD), the adapter doesn’t require a superpowerful cooling system. That’s why Sapphire models are rather compact – 158 mm long only!


Chilling is provided by a cooler with a small heatsink and one fan. The HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort interfaces are located on the rear panel.
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