So you want a curved Samsung gaming monitor, but you don’t want to splash out for an over-the-top model like the HDR-ready CHG90. Are you out of luck? Not for much longer — Samsung has unveiled the CJG5 series, which delivers some of the core features you might crave without the nice-to-have extras. It still includes a curved panel (to provide a more natural focus for your eyes, Samsung claims) and a speedy 144Hz refresh rate, but in a standard 16:9 aspect ratio, 2,560 x 1,440 VA display (no quantum dots here) at 32- and 27-inch sizes.
The feature doesn’t require any specific hardware. Like before, Microsoft is also promising optional, game-by-game compatibility rather than universal support. It’s trying to walk a fine line where it offers advanced control for some games without providing an unfair advantage in competitive multiplayer scenarios. You probably won’t play some of the hottest online shooters with […]
Electric drones booked through smartphones pick people up from office rooftops, shortening travel time by hours, reducing the need for parking and clearing smog from the air. This vision of the future is driving the Japanese government’s “flying car” project. Major carrier All Nippon Airways, electronics company NEC Corp. and more than a dozen other […]
To recap, Nikon is reportedly working on two models aimed at pro photographers who’d otherwise be tempted by a Sony A9 or A7 III. The flagship would pack 45 or 48 megapixels, while a step down would include ‘just’ 24 to 25 megapixels. You’d have a high-resolution 3.6-megapixel electronic viewfinder for composing shots. You could […]