Paul is a long-time contributor to MWBIS. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from Rutgers University and is a self-described tech geek. He has years of experience utilizing and reviewing all sorts of technology that improves people's lives. He is happy to share his expertise with readers of this website.
When you look for a new monitor you’ll quickly find there are three common panel types used by manufacturers. VA, TN and IPS panels all… Read More »What’s the Best Panel Type? VA vs TN vs IPS Panel
There are a lot of factors to consider when looking for the best monitor for sim racing and when it comes down to it a… Read More »Best Monitor For Sim Racing – And What You Need To Know
If you are anything like me you love researching a decision, agonising over the little details, which screen size is best 24 vs 27 inch,… Read More »Is Now The Best Time To Buy A New Monitor?
Monitor Overdrive – The Short Answer Response time overdrive allows you to manually toggle the monitor’s response time to decrease the ghosting (trailing) artefacts behind… Read More »What Is Overdrive On A Monitor? And When Should You Turn It Off And On?
All monitors can have some blur, so some clever monitor manufactures implemented strobe features, strobe tuning or backlight strobing on the screen to increase the… Read More »What Is Motion Blur Reduction? The Blur Busters Tick Of Approval
Backlight bleed is when light escapes from the edges and corners of your monitor for an lcd panel. It can be prevented and even fixed… Read More »Backlight bleed – What Is It And how To Fix!
Pulse width modulation solutions and flicker free technology can reduce eye fatigue from a computer screen. Flicker Free Technology – The short answer Flicker free… Read More »What is Flicker Free Technology and PWM?