Not everyone needs a dedicated gaming monitor, but all users need a display with good color, solid performance & value. AOC's Q2781PQ fits that role perfectly.
ViewSonic’s VP2771 is a 27” IPS panel with sRGB color, a 14-bit lookup table, factory-certified accuracy, and an optional auto-calibration kit.
Acer's 38” XR382CQK offers 3840x1600 resolution with 75Hz, FreeSync, and a USB-C port. With a 2300R curvature, it promises immersive gameplay.
ViewSonic’s XG2703-GS is a QHD panel with AHVA technology, 165Hz, G-Sync, ULMB, and slick styling. Let's see how it measures up to the competition in our tests.
Asus ups the speed ante yet again with the 240Hz ROG Swift PG258Q. A 25” 1080p TN panel with G-Sync and ULMB - it offers more than just high framerates.
iPad or Surface too small? Then check out Dell’s new P2418HT. It’s a 24-inch 10-point touchscreen with FHD resolution and an IPS panel. Today we’ll put it through our benchmark and usability tests.
27" QHD monitors with IPS panels are still premium-priced products. Nixeus offers a cheaper alternative with its PRO Vue 27P. We’re checking it out today.
Today, we’re looking at another member of AOC’s Agon line of premium gaming monitors. The AG271QG features a QHD-resolution IPS panel with 165Hz, G-Sync and ULMB.
AOC is going high-end with its new line of gaming monitors called Agon. Today we’re looking at the AG271QX, a 27-inch TN panel with QHD resolution, 144Hz and FreeSync that works down to 30Hz.
Our budget gaming monitor coverage continues with Dell’s 27-inch SE2717H. It’s an FHD/IPS panel with FreeSync up to 75Hz and a very attractive price tag. We’re checking it out today.
BenQ calls its PD2700Q 27-inch QHD/IPS display a Designer Monitor. Is it for designers or is it simply styled that way? Check out our hands-on review and benchmark tests to find out.
LG redefines the “ultra” in ultra-wide with its 38" 38UC99. It’s a curved IPS panel with 3840x1600 pixels, FreeSync, and 75Hz operation. We’re checking out this sleek white behemoth today.
Asus practically founded the gaming monitor category with the VG248QE in 2013. Today we’re looking at its spiritual successor, the ROG Swift PG248Q. It’s a 24" TN screen with FHD resolution, G-Sync, ULMB, and a 180Hz refresh rate.