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Neowin: LG G4 Review

Neowin: LG G4 Review

The LG G3 was one of the best Android devices of last year as it brought a raft of upgrades and innovations, including the first Quad HD display on a commercially available smartphone. Improving on the G3 was always going to…

LG G Flex 2 Review: Top-notch hardware, same curved gimmick-ness

While similar in shape to the original, the new LG G Flex 2 features a more reasonable 5.5-inch display while maintaining the flexibility to bend in certain circumstances. LG is packing in all the latest and greatest hardware: Snapdragon 810 SoC, 1080p display and a 13MP camera with laser-assisted autofocus and OIS. It's still a niche flagship, but the question remains, is the curved G Flex 2 worth it?

AMD FreeSync Review: Laying the groundwork for the ideal adaptive sync standard

While they may be entering the market second with their version of the technology, AMD has laid the groundwork with FreeSync for the ideal adaptive sync standard going forward. The company has delivered on their promises to create a cheaper, more flexible, open standard for variable refresh. We go through some of the main differences with Nvidia's G-Sync, our impressions gaming on a FreeSync monitor, and OEMs crucial role for FreeSync to reach its full potential.

FreeSync monitors coming from five display OEMs

FreeSync monitors coming from five display OEMs

2015 will be the year we start to see a ton of monitors available with adaptive refresh technology, whether that's Nvidia's G-Sync or the AMD-backed FreeSync. When it comes to the latter implementation, five display manufacturers have now signed up…