This 27 inch 1440p monitor has an AUO-made AHVA Ultra Speed IPS panel with good color stats, as well as a top refresh rate of 165Hz, 1ms response time, and 576 dimming zones.
Alienware's AW3423DW is one of the industry's first QD-OLED displays that offers accurate colors, 175Hz, G-Sync.
The new technology is touted to double contrast (2000:1), boost clarity, and deliver more accurate colors.
A monitor with a wide viewing angle may exhibit less brightness drop-off and color-shifting as your head position moves off-center.
BenQ’s Mobiuz EX3210R is a 32-inch VA panel with a 1000R curve, QHD resolution, 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and a wide color gamut.
The Asus TUF Gaming VG28U packs all of Asus’ premium gaming tech into a 28-inch IPS panel with Ultra HD resolution, HDR, extended color, ELMB blur reduction and Adaptive-Sync.
We take a deep dive into what makes IPS and VA monitors tick, and where each has its advantages and disadvantages.
The ViewSonic XG2431 delivers 240 Hz and Adaptive-Sync in a 24-inch IPS panel with 1080p resolution. It also sports Adaptive-Sync and solid build quality at an attractive price.
The ViewSonic Elite XG320U is a 32-inch Ultra HD gaming monitor with 144 Hz, 150 Hz overclock, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and a huge color gamut.
LG's sleek dual-monitor in a box setup is hugely adaptable and aims to help you speed comfortably through a working day.
Alienware's new 34-inch curved monitor with a QD-OLED 3440x1440 panel offers remarkable speed, excellent color, brightness, and HDR performance.