Gamers shopping for a hi-res ultra-wide monitor may want to look at AOC’s Agon AG352UCG, a 35” AMVA panel with an 1800R curve, 3440x1440 resolution, and G-Sync.
HDR comes to the desktop with Dell’s 27" UP2718Q, with UHD resolution, HDR10, DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB color, and a 384-zone LED backlight.
Competitive gamers know that AU Optronics' 25-inch 240Hz panel is fast. We put the first FreeSync version, from AOC, to the test.
Today we look at BenQ’s PD2710QC from the Designer Monitor series. It’s a 27” IPS screen with QHD and a complete laptop docking station built into its base.
AOC’s U3277PWQU is a 32” MVA screen with 3840x2160 pixels, 10-bit color, and a native DCI-P3 gamut with an sRGB option. We’re checking it out today.
Hardcore gamers might want to check out Acer’s latest addition to its Predator line. The XB252Q is a 25” TN monitor with 240Hz, G-Sync & a super-fast FHD panel.
Acer’s BM320 ProDesigner is a 32” IPS screen with UHD, RGB & native 10-bit panel. It should be just the thing for pros needing precise color & image quality.
AOC's C4008VU8 curved display, sports a 40" VA panel with 3840x2160 resolution & an all-white chassis. High style & big size in one package for less than $800.
The Acer Predator Z301CT isn’t just another G-Sync gaming monitor. It’s a 30-inch curved AMVA screen boasting a 200Hz refresh rate and Tobii Eye-Tracking.
Today, we’re looking at our first HDR monitor – Dell’s S2718D. It’s a 27-inch IPS panel with QHD resolution, HDR10 support, thin bezel and an all-metal stand.
Gamers on a budget might want to check out Monoprice’s latest addition to the Zero-G line. The MP27 offers a 27” QHD screen with 144Hz and FreeSync.
Curved ultra-wide monitors are more frequently seen in gaming systems, but they are appearing on enterprise desktops, too. Today, we’re looking at NEC’s EX341R.
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.
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