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The "Frameless" AOC Q2781PQ Monitor

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AOC describes its latest monitor, the Q2781PQ, as one with a "frameless" ultra-slim design with minimal bezels around all four sides and "2mm of casing."

The 27-inch monitor stands on top of an asymmetric stand and features an AH-IPS 2560 x 1440 resolution panel offering wide viewing angles and full sRGB colour coverage. Flicker-free technology promises to reduce eye fatigue, while a DC (Direct Current) backlight system makes more comfortable and stable viewing.

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Philips Claims Largest Curved Monitor

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Philips Claims Largest Curved Monitor

Philips brand holder MMD announces the BDM4037UW-- a 40-inch Philips Brilliance 4K/UHD LCD display the company says is the "largest 4k curved monitor on the market."

The monitor packs a VA LCD panel with a W-LED backlight, and features 3840 x 2160 resolution. Viewing angles clock at 178-degrees, while maximum brightness reaches 300cd/m². MMD adds the monitor supports an ultra wide colour gamut with 85% NTSC gamut (as opposed to the usual 72%) and the hardware offers over 1 billion colours. Audio is included through two built-in 5W speakers, and a quad-port USB 3.0 hub adds connectivity.

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Feel Fabric on a Touchscreen With Tanvas

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Feel Fabric on a Touchscreen With Tanvas

Tanvas has an intriguing demo at CES 2017, where it shows off surface haptics technology allowing one to feel the texture of different materials through a touchscreen.

Seen in the shape of a repurposed Nexus 9 tablet, TanvasTouch technology simulated a number of surfaces, including wood, cobblestone and grass. Another demo allows one to drag their finger through a virtual pool with a pebble floor, and a partnership with apparel maker Bonobos offers the chance to check the difference between cotton and corduroy fabrics by rubbing the touchscreen.

How does Tanvas touchscreens work? Reportedly the result of 10 years of research at Nortwestern University, the technology involves “real-time control of the electrical forces between your fingertip and the touch surfaces.” Essentially the display has a TanvasTouch layer on top of the touchscreen acting as an electromagnet. The magnet physically pulls the tips of users' finger as they move across the screen, creating a "sense" of touch.

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The AOC AGON "Extremely Curved" 35-inch Monitor

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The AOC AGON

AOC announces a 35-inch gaming monitor-- the AOC AGON AG352QCX featuring an "extraordinarily small radius of 200mm" the company claims is "the optimal curve radius for gamers."

The monitor carries an MVA panel in 21:9 format. It offers 2560 x 1080 resolution and 178-degree viewing angles, as well as 100% sRGB colour gamut and 4ms response times. The native refresh rate is 200Hz, while Adaptive Sync and FreeSync compatibility allow for automatic refresh rate adjustments between 30 and 200Hz.

Other gamer-friendly features include a low-input lag mode and "AOC Shadow Control," a gamma profile able to reveal what is lurking in darker areas of the screen. As for eye protection, Flicker-Free and Low Blue Light technology help reduce fatigue levels, and one can adjust lighting, presents and other settings via QuickSwitch keypad controls.

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The SPUD Pop-Up Display

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The SPUD Pop-Up Display

Customers wanting display both large and portable might soon have a solution with the Spontaneous Pop-Up Display (SPUD)-- a collapsible projector-and-screen combo one can open and close like an umbrella.

When collapsed the SPUD is around the size of a large hardback book, and it opens into a 24-inch 720p display similar in look to a photography light dffuser, with the projector at the back of the unit. Connectivity comes through USB and HDMI, while the internal battery promises up to 3 hours of use on a single charge. Maximum brightness reaches 785 nits.

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