Whether you call it 4K or Ultra HD, the next generation of monitors is still too pricey for most consumers. However, for professional use ViewSonic’s new VP2780-4K looks to be a viable budget option. It’s a 27-inch display with a 3840×2160 pixel resolution. When you’re working on graphics or video editing, a sharp picture isn’t sufficient: … Continue reading ViewSonic VP2780-4K – a strong display at a reasonable price?
Recently announced by ViewSonic is a the ViewPad 10e. Powered by Android technology and boosting a range of advanced features to ensure you are at your most productive wherever you are, the tablet features a 9.7″ 4:3 ratio screen. Weighing a measly 620grams, and only 9.1mm thin, the tablet is light enough to carry around … Continue reading ViewSonic’s ViewPad 10e: Value-conscious tablet computing
Its all well and good being the proud owner of the latest 3D ready technology, but none of it will be much good without shelling out for the extra hardware you need to view it all. All that is a thing of the past as far as ViewSonic is concerned, as its new V3D245 24 … Continue reading ViewSonic’s V3D245 3D monitor literally leaps out on to the market.
A lightweight, high clarity projector is a vital tool for anyone in the world of sales, marketing or teaching. It can bring a presentation to life, but equally, if it’s substandard, could ruin a perfect pitch. Seasoned US manufacturer ViewSonic has taken a good look at its PJD5 range and invigorated it with a spring … Continue reading Viewsonic launches revamped PJD5 projectors
3D is a subject that splits opinion more so than the shady goings on in Roswell, New Mexico in the 50s. When viewed at a cinema, and most importantly, on an iMax there’s no doubt about the merits of the tech, when we laid eye’s on Tron Legacy at our local iMax we were blown … Continue reading Viewsonic VPD31 3D box
The price of 3D goodies plummets ever lower with the release of Viewsonic’s latest 3D camcorder. Ease of use is the order of the day for the ViewSonic 3DV5, which offers one-touch recording, and a quick switch between 2D and 3D recording. To watch your movies, just plug in the camcorder to your computer via … Continue reading ViewSonic 3DV5: Your own 3D movies – for £150
There are now two quality tablets on the market – the ageing iPad and the new Samsung Galaxy Tablet. The Galaxy is smaller, lighter and faster, but does that make it better? Our hands-on experience left us wanting, but what do other experts around the web say? Software PC Advisor warns us from the oft … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Tab review roundup
IFA 2010 is done and dusted, so thought we would give you a 2-part low down on what has caught our eye, including the world’s first 3D camcorder from Panasonic, the Galaxy tablet from Samsung, Toshiba’s Folio, ViewSonic’s tablet and LG’s 2.9 mm thick OLED. Panasonic were in bullish mood about their focus for the … Continue reading The best of IFA – part 1