Digital Signage/Monitors

  • Case Study: Makeovers That Matter
    Even in the land of extreme, some makeovers are more extreme than others. New Jersey integrator Silicon East naturally was thrilled when its longtime business partner, The Pinnacle Companies, a local construction firm for which it has handled numerous home integration projects, asked it to participate over the summer in a special episode of ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition."
  • Review: 19-Inch Flat-Panel Displays, The Sweet Spot For Businesses
    When it comes to choosing which flat-panel displays to sell, VARs don't face an easy decision, given the plethora of brands and models. But for business use, 19-inch flat-panel displays stand out as the sweet spot. Here's a close-up look at eight 19-inch flat panels.
  • ShadowRAM: October 2, 2006
    Novell slated meetings for the Columbus Room at the Roosevelt Hotel last week. It sounded like a nice idea because it's a great, old, Manhattan building in a nice part of the city.
  • Tech Watch
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging
  • Pioneer Sues Samsung SDI For Patent Infringement
    Pioneer has filed a lawsuit against Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. (SDI) and several other Samsung companies in federal court, claiming that Samsung infringed several Pioneer patents related to plasma display panel technology.
  • New Opportunities Emerge In The Emergency Mobility Market
    As technology answers the demand to become increasingly more mobile, solution providers are given the opportunity to leverage partnerships to create solutions that can help workers on-the-move and generate new sources of revenue by expanding into emerging markets.
  • Product Review: Wide-Screens Appeal To Multimedia, Business
    Wide-screen computer displays are becoming more and more popular simply because they are better suited for certain business applications and for multimedia and entertainment purposes. They also cost less to manufacture than standard aspect displays, resulting in more screen space per dollar for the end user.
  • Intel Switch, Lower Prices Give Apple A New Edge
    In a step to grab market share from the PC space, Apple moved its entire iMac all-in-one desktop family to Intel Core 2 Duo processors and dropped its starting price for the product line below $1,000.
  • 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.