When does a monitor go from professional to reference? When it’s as accurate as BenQ’s SW271. The 27-inch UHD IPS panel comes HDR and a wide color gamut.
MSI targets budget-minded gamers with its Optix MAG24C 144Hz monitor, a curved 24-inch panel with FreeSync and a price below $250. But does it cut corners?
Has sprie kept you from buying an ultra-wide gaming monitor? Check out LG’s new 34WK650. It’s an affordable 21:9, 34-inch IPS flat panel with FreeSync and HDR.
MSI’s 27-inch Optix MPG27CQ monitor offers extended color, FreeSync and a 144Hz refresh rate with cool lighting effects and the promise of premium gaming.
LG is aiming at both gamers and graphics pros with the 27-inch Ultra HD 27UK850. It boasts an IPS panel, FreeSync, HDR and factory-certified calibration.
The ViewSonic VP3881 brings professional-grade sRGB with factory-certified color accuracy. Hardcore gamers may want to hold off.
With stylish looks and impressive HDR capabilities, there aren't many screens better than Dell's S2719DM at this price point.
Boasting a 32” curved VA panel with Quad HD resolution, 144Hz, FreeSync and extended color, this monitor can handle most gamers' agendas.
Acer's refreshed Predator X34P sports a curved IPS panel, with its predecessor’s 3440x1440 resolution and G-Sync, but ups the top speed to an overclocked 120Hz.
BenQ adds a 32” Ultra HD HDR-capable monitor to its EW line with the EW3270U. With DCI-P3 color, HDR10 & FreeSync, it's a good display for gaming and movies.
It's easy to give the HP Z38c a strong recommendation for productivity users. It performs well, is solidly built, and should provide years of reliable service.
Asus hits a gaming size and pixel-count sweet spot with the 27-inch ROG Swift PG27V. But you'll need to fiddle with settings to get the best from it.
NEC's 24” PA243W is aimed at professionals, with a 16:10 aspect ratio, along with sRGB, Adobe RGB, and DCI-P3 color, all certified by a factory calibration.
For some gamers, only a curved ultra-wide monitor will do. The XG35V packs 3440x1440 pixels in a 35” VA screen, and brings FreeSync, 100Hz refresh, and high contrast to your arsenal.
Pros seeking an accurate monitor with Ultra HD resolution, HDR10, and DCI-P3 color should consider the PE320QK. Its 32” panel delivers superb image quality that would enhance any video-editing suite.
Asus' curved 32” ROG Strix XG32V impresses, thanks to its VA panel with 2560x1440 pixels, a 1800mm curve radius, DCI-P3 color, and a 144Hz refresh rate with FreeSync down to 48Hz.
BenQ provides the latest entrant in the HDR saga with its new EW277HDR. It’s a 27” FHD VA panel with 3000:1 contrast, HDR10 support, and an HDR emulation mode for standard content.
Graphics pros working in the sRGB color gamut will appreciate the value of ViewSonic’s VP2768. It offers a sharp 27” QHD/IPS screen with an internal 14-bit LUT and flexible calibration options.
Today, we’re looking at another 25” 240Hz gaming monitor: ViewSonic’s XG2530. It’s a FHD TN panel with FreeSync and a huge OSD offering everything you could possibly want.
Style-conscious users will want to check out this new 27” monitor designed by Studio F.A. Porsche. It’s from AOC and offers a color-rich IPS panel running at FHD resolution. We’re testing it today.
25-inch 240Hz gaming monitors are a hot property right now and no manufacturer wants to be left out. Today we’re checking out Alienware’s AW2518H.
Curved ultra-wide monitors aren’t just for gamers; professionals can enjoy them too. Today we’re checking out Dell’s U3818DW.
Gamers shopping for a hi-res ultra-wide monitor may want to look at AOC’s Agon AG352UCG, a 35” AMVA panel with an 1800R curve, 3440x1440 resolution, and G-Sync.
HDR comes to the desktop with Dell’s 27" UP2718Q, with UHD resolution, HDR10, DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB color, and a 384-zone LED backlight.