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Now that Apple's unleashing a 27-inch Cinema Display in September, what's to become of its 24-inch and 30-inch bookend brethren? Straight from the mouths of Apple execs and disseminated by way of Macworld's Jason Snell -- a man who would most definitely be in the know -- the dynamic duo is being di

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Here's something that'll fix a bit of your 27-inch iMac ails. Apple just released a graphics firmware update 1.0. Order of the day? To \"address issues that may cause image corruption or display flickering.\" Download away, and let us know if you troubled souls have seen some relief. [Thanks to ever

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Welcome to the Engadget Holiday Gift Guide! The team here is well aware of the heartbreaking difficulties of the seasonal shopping experience, and we want to help you sort through the trash and come up with the treasures this year. Below is today's bevy of hand curated picks, and you can head back t

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After months of speculation, Apple has unveiled some completely new iMacs, featuring 21.5-inch and 27-inch 16:9 displays and all-aluminum enclosures. The new widescreen IPS panels are LED-backlit and have 178-degree viewing angles -- the 21.5-inch iMac has a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, while the 27-i

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HP's just announced its new 27-inch, 16:9 display, the 2709m. This giant puts out a native 1080p picture, and boasts two HDMI inputs, one DVI and one VGA port. With a 30,000:1 contrast ratio, we can expect the display to be nice and vivid, and it's got two built-in 2-watt speakers, and a reported r

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Dell just busted out a new member in its storied line of LCDs, the UltraSharp 2709W. The 27-inch LCD is Dell's followup to the 2707WFP, and features the same 1920 x 1200 resolution, 9-in-2 media card reader and 6ms response time, but bumps the contrast ratio to 3000:1 and goes for some new all-blac

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Still left wanting more after checking out Sony's 82-inch 4K display? How's about a 27-inch OLED that's about as thick as two credit cards stacked together? 'Course, Sony's already offering up an 11-inch version for those with cash to burn, but this one's not nearly as ready to sneak into your home.

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Still left wanting more after checking out Sony's 82-inch 4K display? How's about a 27-inch OLED that's about as thick as two credit cards stacked together? 'Course, Sony's already offering up an 11-inch version for those with cash to burn, but this one's not nearly as ready to sneak into your home.

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If you have a seemingly insatiable appetite for screen real estate, Eizo's out to satisfy. The firm has unleashed a new duo of FlexScan monitors, which both sport a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution VA panel and the ability to be set up vertically or horizontally. As for the 24.1-inch SX2461W (pictured afte

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We knew it was coming, and then we knew it was coming, but now we know it's here. Dell's 2707WFP 27-incher just got official. Along with all those specs we've already blown by you, like 1920 x 1200 resolution, 1,000:1 contrast ratio and a 6ms response time, the display features Dell TrueColor Wide

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Some people need bigger and better LCDs, but we're just fine with the 27-inch prototype Sony mentioned during its press conference yesterday. With a contrast ratio of greater than 1,000,000:1 (not a misprint) to go with its 1080p resolution, and >100% NTSC color reproduction, we'll take this Orga

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What could possibly be sweeter than a svelte new 3007WFP in your (admittedly enormous) stocking this year? How about a 27-inch version with a few Benjamins to spare? While we juggled the possibility of Dell launching such a monitor a few months back, it seems the trigger has finally been pulled, and

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ViewSonic, a name already well known on our computer desk, is now making a play for our living room with a set of LCD TVs that promise to delight us now, and keep us \"future-proofed\" into the, um, future. Both new models -- the 32-inch N3251W (pictured) and 27-inch N2751W -- feature 1,366 x 768 wide

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