LG's 40-inch editing monitor is the first to feature Thunderbolt 4, and that's big.
For CES, LG is updating its flagship 4K gaming panel to include HDMI 2.1, and it's built a 4K 31.5-inch OLED monitor for Pros
For a limited time at Newegg, get this Asus TUF gaming VG27WQ monitor for just $329.99. That’s $80 off the list price!
We talk to Nvidia and gaming monitor vendors to determine how important G-Sync Compatible certification actually is.
The Acer Nitro XV282K KV will be the brand’s first monitor with HDMI 2.1 offering 4K at up to 120 Hz.
The Pixio PX279 Prime 27-inch gaming monitor has a few flaws but delivers smooth and responsive gaming with an excellent image once calibrated.
The Lenovo ThinkVision S28u-10 offers sharp, colorful 4K images and stylish looks at a great price, but consider a third-party stand and don't expect frills such as HDR or USB.
A good value, the Asus VP28UQG enables casual 4K gaming for rigs with budget graphics cards. But it lacks contrast, resulting in a washed out image.
The Dell S2721QS 4K monitor brings IPS-level colors and some handy optional features, but don’t get it for HDR.
What's the meaning of the HEVC / H.265 and AVC / H.264? Video codecs and what they mean for 4K streaming explained.
The Pixio PX248 Prime gaming monitor delivers a very good gaming experience once properly set up and is surprisingly cheap.
The AOC CQ27G2 gaming monitors packs a 27-inch curved 1440p144 Hz, Adaptive-Sync and terrific contrast.
We look at bandwidth, resolution, refresh rate and more to see the differences between DisplayPort and HDMI connections.
The LG 32UN500-W could use a little work with gamma and HDR, but this is still a great budget 4K monitor for the average person.