Articles tagged "peripheral"

HP unveils DesignJet Z6 and Z9+: faster, more efficient large-format photo printers

The new HP DesignJet Z6 and Z9+ supposedly offer "the fastest printing capabilities available on the market today," all while using fewer ink tanks, and featuring useful add-ons like a built-in vertical trimmer.

The new ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 features a 100% Adobe RGB 4K display

The new lightweight laptop packs a whole lot of photo- and video-editing punch. The laptop can be specced out with a Core i9 processor, 16GB of RAM, 1TB of SSD storage, NVIDIA graphics with 4GB of GDDR5, and a 4K display with 100% Adobe RGB coverage.

BenQ releases SW240 PhotoVue monitor for photographers on a budget (UPDATED)

BenQ says its new 24-inch SW240 PhotoVue monitor "gives seasoned photographers and hobbyists all the right tools at the right price." That includes 99% AdobeRGB coverage and a 14-bit 3D Look Up Table.

Philips' new 43-inch 4K HDR monitor earns world's first DisplayHDR 1000 certification

Philips' new Momentum 436M6 43-inch Quantum Dot HDR monitor really deserves that designation. In fact, it's the first monitor in the world to earn VESA's DisplayHDR 1000 badge.

Samsung's super fast 970 PRO and EVO NVMe SSDs offer 'exceptional endurance'

The new drives come in the M.2 form factor and with the latest PCIe Gen 3×4 lane interface, offering NVM Express (NVMe) bandwidth. In other words: they're an interesting option for anyone editing large batches of photos or 4K/8K video.

Eizo unveils ColorEdge CG319X DCI-4K HDR monitor for high-end video and photo editing

Ezio's new 31.5-inch ColorEdge CG319X DCI-4K HDR monitor features a built-in calibration sensor that can recalibrate the display while you work, hybrid log-gamma (HLG) support and a perceptual quantization (PQ) curve for editing HDR video footage.

WD's new blazing fast gaming SSD is perfect for 4K video editing

Western Digital's new Black 3D NVMe SSD was built for hardcore gamers, but it's ideal for video production because of its ability to rapidly and seamlessly handle 4K/UHD graphics.

Report: Apple won't release the next Mac Pro until 2019

In an interview with TechCrunch, Apple reveled that the professional community will have to wait a little bit longer for the totally re-designed Mac Pro. The company didn't mince words, saying "the Mac Pro is a 2019 product."

HP's DreamColor Z27x G2 is the 'world's most advanced color critical display'

The HP DreamColor Z27x G2 display boasts some serious specs. This 27-inch Quad HD display boasts 99% DCI-P3 coverage and an integrated pop-up sensor that calibrates your display on demand or on a regular schedule.

HP unveils powerful new ZBook laptops for creative professionals

The new HP ZBook Studio G5 and Studio x360 G5 feature the latest 6-core Intel Xeon processors, the 'world's brightest' 4K laptop display with Wacom pen compatibility and 100% Adobe RGB, powerful NVIDIA graphics, and up to 32GB or RAM.

Intel unveils Core i9 laptop CPU, promises 'ultimate' content creation experience

Intel's 8th Generation Core i9 laptop CPU promises 'ultimate' performance for video and photo editors working with massive files on the go. And if that's a bit too rich for your blood, the new 8th Gen Core-i7 chips also got a substantial boost.

Wacom releases 24-inch 4K Cintiq Pro pen display, 32-inch coming 'later this year'

Seven months after announcing that it would release 24- and 32-inch versions of the Cintiq Pro pen display, Wacom is following through on one of those promises—you'll be able to pick up the Cintiq Pro 24 in May, and the Cintiq Pro 32 "later this year."

Wacom's new Cintiq Pro Engine turns your Wacom pen display into a full-blown PC

Made to work with the Cintiq Pro 24- and 32-inch models, the Cintiq Pro Engine module seamlessly plugs into the back of the pen display tablet and turns it into a powerful PC workstation with an Intel processor, NVIDIA graphics card, SSD, and up to 32GB RAM.

This 32-inch QHD Philips monitor with 99% Adobe RGB only costs $500

This new Philips 32-inch Quad HD display with 99% Adobe RGB coverage is seriously tempting for photographers, especially once you look at the price tag.