Top 3 Monitors

A good quality monitor is a very important buying decision for your computer setup, as you are likely to look at this for many hours per day. Things like screen size, resolution, refresh rate and colour accuracy all come into play here. Check out our selection of the top 3 monitors for January 2019, there certainly is something for everyone and for different use case scenarios too.

In top spot is a really gorgeous ultrawide monitor from Samsung. Their LC49HG90DMNXZA CHG90 Series Gaming Monitor offers up a 49 inch display, with a 32:9 aspect ratio and a nice curve to help immerse you in the gameplay. It’s not all about gaming though, this monitor is ideal to increase productivity, with plenty of screen real estate for video editing and other applications. It also supports HDR (High Dynamic Range) Technology and a fast 144hz refresh rate.

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Next up is the ASUS ROG Swift PG278QR. This is a 27" WQHD (2560x1440p) panel with a super fast 1ms response time and overclocked refresh rate up to 165Hz. This makes it the ideal choice for high end gaming where minimal lag is essential. Connectivity is great too, with DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4 and USB 3.0 ports.

NVIDIA G-SYNC ensures smooth gameplay by eliminating screen tearing and stuttering. This coupled with the ASUS Eye Care Technology makes gaming marathons even easier with blue light filter and flicker-free backlighting to reduce eyestrain. You can also get the screen in the perfect position too, with tilt, pivot, swivel and height adjustments all available.

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Now for those of you that compute on the move, the ASUS Zenscreen Go MB16AP is a 15.6" Full HD USB Type C Portable Monitor. This is a superb little screen with a hybrid signal solution for compatibility with USB Type-C and Type-A sources (Note: Display Link driver needed for Type-A connection). It weighs in at just 1.87 pounds and 0.3 inches slim to pair perfectly with ASUS and other brand laptops. It also has a 7800mAh battery for ultimate compatibility with both laptops and smartphones.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Photos

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge arrived at Geekanoids HQ this morning. Initial impressions are very good indeed, a svelte, well made smartphone with a gorgeous screen. There certainly are some nice features and amongst those is a rather impressive camera. 

Check out my World's Fastest S6 Edge Unboxing below and a selection of photos captured so far. Any comments are always welcome.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 - Mini Review

Sad news Geek people of the Geekanoids Community … there will be no full review of the Galaxy Note 3. In this mini-review I would like to explain why. 

With great excitement, I unboxed this gorgeous looking smartphone, errrr, tablet, oh go on then "phablet" and was immediately impressed. Admittedly the materials had not changed much from the previous generation, but things had improved with a leather type back cover, making everything more tactile. In addition, the Note 3 was faster and the screen pin-sharp with its 1920x1080 resolution.

A day into testing and the camera really did impress too. Of course 1080P video was expected, but full 4K resolution was a bonus with the colours & detail being very pleasing to the eye. It was a shame that image stabilisation was only available in 1080P, resulting in pretty shakey 4K videos. On the photo front, there is also plenty of detail, again colours looking nice and a pretty responsive experience.

Battery life was also good, even though I had the Note 3 a short time, you should expect to get through a whole day between charges. So why did I have the Note 3 for just a few days? Well, there were issues. The first was what must be a 3G/4G/WiFi authentication issue. I am only guessing here, but when using the YouTube app and other apps it would not sign in. The sign in would continue to fail unless I turned off WiFi. This is not an issue with the Geekanoids HQ setup, as I tried on two completely different locations with the same result. 
The second issue was the Note 3 freezing, completely locked, where only pulling the battery would sort the problem. Alas, the device has been returned and I will not get another. I should add that it has tested fine upon return, so I am confused as to why I experienced such issues.

Although my overall rating of the Note 3 is tarnished a bit, I am experienced enough to know that faulty products to make their way out of the production line. I am pretty sure that this was an isolated fault and that on the whole, your experience of this large screened beauty will be very good. The speed, screen, camera and not forgetting the S-Pen all add up to a compelling proposition. If you need the size & speed the Note 3 is well worth a look.

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