Everyone knows that having more screen space is a good thing. The more important question is whether to seek a wider expanse with a single ultrawide monitor, or by using two screens side by side.
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Computer monitors that support HDMI 2.1 are beginning to trickle into online retailers, but they're expensive. Do you need one?
Intel’s Iris Xe integrated graphics offers surprisingly good gaming chops for thin-and-light laptops, without the cost or weight of discrete options.
Disappointed by your monitor’s image quality? You might be able to improve it through monitor calibration. Here's how.
The obscure Battery Report tool in Windows can help you get hard numbers on your laptop's endurance, but you'll never find it if you don't know where to look. We explain all.
Should you prioritize the pixel density of 4K displays or the eye-searing brightness of HDR when you're shopping for a monitor? We explain everything you need to know.
Can an iPad replace a laptop? Yes, of course—but it does take some effort, in both your setup and how you use your iPad.
An ultrawide monitor provides several benefits that enhance both work and play—but there are some drawbacks you should know about.
Awesome HDR gaming is still difficult to achieve on a Windows PC, but it's not impossible—and the eye-searing visuals are definitely worth it. Here's what to pay attention to.
High dynamic range (HDR) visuals look stunning when done properly, but getting HDR going on a PC is a lot more complicated than it is on televisions. We explain everything you need to know.
Windows 10 supports HDR monitors, but you have to manually turn the feature on to get those luscious visuals. Here's how to do it.