So many deals, so little Monday! There's a monitor deal in particular you have to see to believe.
On the cusp of their release into the public's eager embrace, here's the blow-by-blow of how the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One compare with one another. Now, fight!
The long-awaited HDMI 2.0 is here, with more 4K support, higher frame rate potential, NO NEW CABLES, and more.
The new HDMI specification has landed, bringing enhanced support for the 4K Ultra HD resolution.
A year later than expected, the HDMI 2.0 specification is done, paving the way for high-end TVs that can show video at 60 frames per second.
With initial details revealed for the Xbox One, we finally have a chance to directly compare it with that other yet-to-be-released gaming console, the PlayStation 4.
Panasonic is no longer making plasma displays, and judging from its lackluster lineup of new LED LCD models, the company seems destined for a rough 2014 in the TV marketplace.
What's really happening with 4K gaming on the next generation of game consoles?
You do not need a new HDMI cable for Ultra HD 4K (probably).
Have Windows all-in-ones finally broken out of their commodity death spiral? Not entirely, but these four PCs at least put in some effort.