Might grab a huge y40 myself. Or a fractal northI like the look of those Hyte Y40 cases. They've got clean lines and no gaudy gamer bling. The flat motherboard is nice too, but I would think it'd make more sense to have the motherboard rotated 90 degrees for a top-exhaust configuration. That should address the airflow concerns and allow more visibility of the components.
Any chance Tom's could take a closer look at the Asus x13 and x16? Really curious which configurations are planned for USA release and how the stylus performs compared to other 2-in-1 devices.
A key benefit of high refresh rate displays is realistic motion blur. If a fast-moving object streaks across the screen while your eyes are focusing elsewhere, a high-refresh rate display will show the object as a streak. With a low refresh rate, you get a few images of the object that will probably look disconnected.the Swift Pro PG248QP pushes the envelope all the way to 540Hz (OC). That’s stepping into new territory for gaming monitors and pushing the boundaries of what current graphics cards can output (not to mention what the human eye can perceive).
Not to mention the burn in problems that oled has brought with it, the lowest brightness is almost unbearable in a dark setting, and expense.I have a Dell TN monitor, and it's actually pretty good. IPS and VA are better, but some of the newer TN monitors have pretty good viewing angles and image quality
LG has been saying they've reduced the burn-in issues with their TVs. I presume that's why OLED computer monitors are finally happening now, after all these years! A few years ago, Dell had announced one, only to cancel it before it ever went on sale.Not to mention the burn in problems that oled has brought with it,
Since pretty much the dawn of time, it's been a standard thing for there to be "Best of Show" awards at tradeshows for virtually, every industry that has them. Seriously, pick an industry that has a big tradeshow and you'll probably find one or more "Best of Show" awards being given to products demo'd at it.The interesting thing from my perspective, the article for each of the entries says "THE BEST"... but as far as I can tell the OP has never actually tested and reviewed the equipment so saying "TH BEST" is one hell of a claim