Digital Signage/Monitors


  • How To: Build a Kitchen PC
    This system lets users access recipes, TV, the Internet, and media files—all without a keyboard or mouse.
  • Specialty LCD Monitors Set For Growth Spurt
    Demand for LCD monitors specialized for vertical markets is expected to surge in the near future, an opportunity that could pave the way for higher profit margins for solution providers.
  • Review: Diamond's Graphics Upgrade
    Diamond Multimedia is looking to help system builders double their monitor sales with the BizView BV200 Multi-View graphics adaptor. The BV200 is an ATI-powered graphics card designed to drive dual monitors. The card plugs into a PCI card slot and comes with a Dual DVI-Out cable.
  • Report: LCD TV Sales Jump
    Although news has abounded about a weak display market, the LCD TV sector has held its own, with unit shipments rising 135 percent year-over-year and 28 percent quarter-to-quarter to 9.4 million units during the second quarter, according to DisplaySearch Inc.
  • Digital Sign of the Times
    Big-screen display vendors and solution providers see growing market opportunities for networked digital-signage system deployments, but not in the places you might expect.
  • A Roll At The DICE Awards
    Seagate Technology, ViewSonic and Belkin were the big winners at the first annual Digital Integration Channel Excellence (DICE) awards ceremony at the recent TechConnect XChange conference, hosted by CMP Technology.
  • No Slowdown In HDTV Sales, Says Sony
    Strong sales of high-definition TVs and other consumer electronics are projected to continue the second half of the year, according to an executive for Sony Electronics Inc.
  • Review: Big Displays For Little Money
    Big-screen flat-panel displays used to carry big price tags. Not anymore. Two products recommended by the CRN Test Center are the 21-inch Samsung SyncMaster 215TW and the 20-inch ViewSonic VG2021m.
  • Samsung Hires Ex-ViewSonic Americas Chief
    Samsung has hired former ViewSonic executive Chris Franey as vice president of commercial sales for its Information Technology division, where he will be pitted against his former company in the display segment.
  • HP And Rivals Get Schooled
    Eyeing growth in the K-12 and higher-education segments, Hewlett-Packard has slashed prices on some PCs, printers and support services by as much as 15 percent for students and educators.
  • Two Screens Are Better Than One
    Adding a second screen to both desktop and notebook PCs is affordable, easy, and quick. Here's how to build dual-monitor systems.

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