Digital Signage/Monitors

  • 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.
  • A Head-To-Head Look At HP, Gateway Notebooks
    Dual-core processors are turning otherwise mild-mannered systems into fire-breathing dragonsand the latest notebooks are incredibly fast. Here's a look at two dual-core notebooksone powered by an Intel processor and the other by an AMDand a third ultraportable unit powered by a single-core processor.
  • Digital Connect Hot Products: July 2006
    For solution providers looking for robust gaming PCs, power conditioning devices, whiteboards and projector mounts for the home and small-business markets, CRN has some to recommend.
  • Switching From CRTs To LCDs
    Most new and upgraded systems call for flat-screen, narrow-profile LCDs rather than old-school, big and bulky CRT displays. But switching over from CRT to LCD is more difficult than it seems.
  • ViewSonic Revamps Channel Program
    Display vendor ViewSonic is revamping its channel program with a new flooring option, which will give partners up to 60 days to pay for inventory.
  • ViewSonic Digs A Channel
    Display maker ViewSonic is taking aim at competitors with a new channel program that offers partners more marketing dollars and support to help them build and maintain face-to-face relationships with customers.
  • Tripp Lite's Latest KVM Design: Is It An All-in-one Gem?
    A new trend in KVM design is to build all-in-one units that enclose the KVM, display, keyboard and mouse in a single rack-mount chassis. A good example of this design is Tripp Lite's new 16-port NetDirector 1U Rackmount Console KVM Switch.
  • ViewSonic To Go Retail In Circuit City
    Display maker ViewSonic has signed a deal with retailer Circuit City to begin offering some of its 17-inch and 19-inch monitors in the chain of more than 600 stores.
  • State of Technology: Display Technology Promises Pizzazz
    In the price-sensitive world of desktop hardware, displays, which often boast as many advanced features as the computers they are connected to, still frequently fail to incite users’ passions, according to solution providers.
  • Flat Panel Face-Off
    The Test Center looks at two new flat-panel displays, one that's ideal for widespread distribution in large offices and another that's better suited for more specialized needs and bigger budgets.