BenQ’s Mobiuz EX2510S is a 25-inch FHD gaming monitor with 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR, 400 nits, solid build quality and reliable gaming performance.
Here are the best gaming monitors for PC available in 2021, from budget displays to 144Hz, 4K and curved.
We tested a room full of screens to find the best budget 4K monitors, including 32-inch, curved and gaming options.
Right now at Amazon, you can get $104 off the LG Ultragear 32GN650-B gaming monitor — taking the price down to just $296.99.
The ViewSonic Elite XG320U features a 4K IPS panel that measures 32 inches diagonally and supports refresh rates of up to 150 Hz.
Right now at Newegg, the Acer Nitro ED270 is down to its lowest ever price of $209 after a steep $90 price cut.
At Amazon, the Acer Nitro XV272U gaming monitor is now just $247.99 after a $52 discount for today only!
Corsair’s first-ever gaming monitor is the Xeneon 32QHD165. It’s a 32-inch QHD, IPS screen with 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and the largest color gamut we’ve ever seen.
The Dell S271DS 1440p monitor has a surprising amount of color and even FreeSync for casual gamers, but sometimes the image looks washed out.
The Pixio PX259 Prime is a 25-inch monitor that can hit 280 Hz and supports HDR. It’s a no-frills gaming monitor that delivers high performance for a low price.
The Boox Mira is not fast or furious, but it will offer added comfort for code, texts, and spreadsheets.
The Acer Nitro XV282K packs 4K resolution into a 144 Hz IPS panel with extended color, HDR and Adaptive-Sync. At 28 inches, it packs an impressive 157ppi density for a super sharp image.
The Dark Matter by Monoprice 27-Inch gaming uses an IGZO panel to deliver a huge color gamut, along with 165 Hz, HDR and 1440p resolution, at a very affordable price.