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  • Oculus Rift Crystal Cove

    Oculus Rift Crystal Cove

    Oculus VR used CES 2014 to show off a brand new prototype of the Rift headset called Crystal Cove.

  • Avegant Glyph

    Avegant Glyph

    The Glyph is a head-mounted display that uses DLP technology to display images directly onto your retina.

  • Dell UltraSharp U2913WM

    Dell UltraSharp U2913WM

    CNET Rating8.0
    User Rating7.0

    Despite some technical flaws, the U2913WM is a good monitor with an excellent price. At AU$599, it's enough that people will be asking if they want a 27-inch with the extra 360 vertical pixels, or if 21:9 is in their future. 5

  • Asus PB278Q

    Asus PB278Q

    CNET Rating8.0

    Asus' PB278Q is quite nice indeed for the price, offering a no-frills premium panel for those who are looking to save pennies.

  • Asus VS239H

    Asus VS239H

    CNET Rating7.5

    The VS239H is a standard monitor that "does the job", albeit with a cheaper IPS screen, rather than the inferior TN. If you have basic needs, this may see you through — just be aware of the limited defective pixel policy. 2

  • BenQ XL2420T

    BenQ XL2420T

    CNET Rating7.5

    Despite the extra frills, the XL2420T isn't a massive jump, performance wise, above the XL2410T. Still, if seriously smooth gaming performance is your only concern, take a look.

  • Dell UltraSharp U2713HM

    Dell UltraSharp U2713HM

    CNET Rating8.0

    Dell's UltraSharp U2713HM does come in cheaper than Samsung's S27A850T, and offers USB 3.0 as well. It is quite power hungry, though, and a faint "criss-cross" pattern on light screens may irritate some. Ultimately, its biggest competitor is the monitor that came before it: the U2711. 3

  • Samsung Series 8 SyncMaster S27A850T

    Samsung Series 8 SyncMaster S27A850T

    CNET Rating8.5
    User Rating9.0

    Samsung's SyncMaster S27A850T is an incredibly pretty, thin monitor, which proves that PLS is a viable IPS alternative. We did find some banding in gradients, and the HDMI movie performance isn't great, but for beautiful sharp imagery and high-level computer use, it's incredibly appealing. 4

  • Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421

    Lenovo ThinkVision LT1421

    CNET Rating6.0

    The ThinkVision is an acceptable accessory if you need extra screen real estate on the go. Just don't expect flawless imagery.

  • BenQ EW2430V

    BenQ EW2430V

    CNET Rating8.5
    User Rating3.0

    BenQ's EW2430V is a decent performer with good movie-watching capabilities, excellent black levels and a lengthy warranty. If you're after a good all-rounder, it should suit your needs perfectly. 1

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