We know, when you think 30-inch monitor, you think of a hot, massive hunk of widescreen glass, usually 16:9 or 16:10 -- not the case today with Samsung's new 30-inch XL30, which is an especially big bummer because it's LED-backlit. They're pegging it as having "123% color production", Adobe RGB support, and "eco-friendly" builds with no mercury or halogen parts. Unfortunately that's where the specs end, so those who aren't put off by the anachronistic 4:3 orientation are free to carry on obsessing as details come together on this thing.

Toshiba Portege R400 getting HSDPA too?