Monitors Archive

CUIUIC Portable Monitor Review: 15.6″ USB-C Travel Monitor

Nowadays, dual monitors have become more popular than ever. They used to be the realm of programmers, who would code on one screen and test code in the other. But with display costs getting cheaper by the year, more and more people are using a second monitor. For example, suppose you’re a gamer, and your team uses Discord. Yes, you could always use the Discord …

Review & Analysis of the XP-Pen Artist 13 (2nd Gen) Drawing Tablet

Technology has given artists a lot of powerful tools that previous generations could only dream of. Think of a tool like Adobe Photoshop. You can create and manipulate images, layer them, or diffuse one image into another. These are things that professional animators used to have to do painstakingly by hand. Tools like Photoshop also make it easy to share your work. Let’s say you’re …

Review of the FOPO S17 15-Inch Triple Portable Monitor

Sometimes, a single monitor isn’t enough. For certain tasks, it helps to have two or even three displays. One of the most common applications for a multi-display setup is programming. You can have your code open on one display, and run an instance of your program on the other. You can move seamlessly back and forth without having to minimize and maximize your windows. The …

Huion Kamvas 24 Plus Review (Unboxing, Testing & Analysis)

Computer technology has changed a lot about how people do graphic design. If you were a graphic designer at the turn of the century, you were working with physical media. At most, you might scan something into a digital format to post an image on the web. But nowadays, graphic design is almost entirely digital. Instead of starting with the physical, we do everything in …