Another MSI value performer
The Gigabyte Aorus FV43U 43-inch 4K gaming monitor is one of the most colorful monitors we’ve ever tested, and it delivers tremendous contrast too.
Monoprice’s Dark Matter 27-inch display features a Fast IPS panel, 240 Hz, adaptive sync and HDR. With a few adjustments, it delivers accurate color and very good contrast.
The Philips 278E1A is a bright, affordable 4K display for general-purpose computing. Don't expect pro-level accuracy or ultra-smooth gaming and you won't be disappointed.
The Dell S3221QS offers a 4K curved 32-inch display at a reasonable price, but color accuracy and HDR performance leave much room for improvement.
The Acer Nitro XV272U-KV comes up short in brightness and contrast but provides nearly equal gaming performance to a premium monitor. It delivers a lot for the money.
Acer’s Predator X25 is a 360 Hz monitor for gamers seeking the ultimate in framerate performance. With G-Sync and Nvidia’s Reflex Latency Analyzer, it’s the ultimate display extreme gaming systems.
The Alienware AW3821DW isn’t perfect, but it’s the best value in 38-inch ultrawide gaming monitors. With premium styling and build quality, it’s sure to satisfy those looking for a jumbo display.
MSI’s Optix MAG274QRF-QD packs 165 Hz and HDR into an IPS panel running at 1440p resolution. The 27-inch gaming monitor also has the largest color gamut we’ve ever measured.
With its 32-inch, 1440p curved VA panel, it’s hard to fault the Pixio PXC327 gaming monitor when it sells for so cheap. It has a few flaws but delivers excellent performance where it counts.
The Phillips 328E1CA is a super colorful 32-inch 4K monitor that looks good on your desk; however, we’d like more ports.
The HP U28 4K HDR monitors keeps its promise of high color accuracy, but fails to make HDR content pop.
The Philips Momentum 558M1RY is a 55-inch 4K VA gaming monitor with 120 Hz and a 1,000-nit backlight. It’s just the thing for PC gamers looking for a TV-like experience.
The BenQ Zowie XL2546K 240Hz gaming monitor leaves out HDR and extended color but has the best blur reduction feature we’ve ever seen and delivers smooth and responsive gameplay.
The Porsche Design AOC Agon PD27 curved gaming monitor is nearly flawless, and its physical aesthetic is unmatched at any price.
The AOC CU32V3 32-inch curved budget 4K monitor earns some design points with its near bezel-free design, but HDR would help it stand out more.
The Gigabyte M27Q 27-inch 1440p gaming monitor runs at 170 Hz and might just be the ideal monitor for skilled competition-level gamers looking for a good value.
If you're fully settling into that home office lifestyle, the LG 27UK500-B gives you 4K and HDR without breaking the bank.