Samsung's Monster Monitor
The Good: Ultra widescreen display; sleek design
The Bad: No built-in speakers; will leave you with little to no desk space
The Bottom Line: A strong monitor for those in need of extra real estate, but impractical for everyday home use
The U.S. is quickly becoming a land of extremes. We either like our gadgets extremely small, as in the case of Apple's (AAPL) iPod, or ridiculously oversized, like the Hummer H2. This drive toward extremes is also quite visible in the world of computer monitors, where screens range from a few inches to more than a few feet.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- Smartphones Are Killing Americans, But Nobody’s Counting
- Turns Out It Will Be Congress’s Fault When Stocks Crash
- Why a Pub in the Middle of Nowhere Was Named the World’s Best Restaurant
- Facebook and Google Helped Anti-Refugee Campaign in Swing States
- Ford to Take $267 Million Hit From Recall of F-Series Trucks