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Editor choice 1 LG 34GP83A-B Review

LG 34GP83A-B Review

The LG 34GP83A-B is the company’s latest ultra-wide gaming monitor, and with a huge 34-inch screen, QHD (3440 x 1440) resolution, 1ms Nano IPS panel, 144Hz refresh rate, G-Sync support and a plethora of other features, it is certainly one of the ...
Editor choice 2 Samsung Odyssey G9 LC49G95TSSNXZA Review

Samsung Odyssey G9 LC49G95TSSNXZA Review

The popularity of ultra-wide gaming and professional monitors has reached fever pitch, and now after releasing the Samsung CHG90 gaming monitor, the company has once again released the ultimate super-duper, ultra-wide gamin monitor to rule them all. ...
$1,189.99 $1,399.99 SEE IT
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3 Sceptre C355W-3440UN Review

Sceptre C355W-3440UN Review

Adaptive sync and fast refresh are commonplace in the competitive gaming monitor genre. HDR and extended color are becoming popular as well. But where video processing is a factor, image quality is still widely varied, even among monitors that ...
4 LG 38GL950G-B Review

LG 38GL950G-B Review

The LG 38GL950G-B UltraGear curved gaming monitor ticks all the right boxes for gaming and looks fantastic doing it. The highlight here is the 38-inch, 3840 x 1600 resolution Nano IPS display that boasts Nvidia G-Sync, a 1 millisecond response time ...
$867.12 $999.99 SEE IT
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5 AOC CQ32G1 Review

AOC CQ32G1 Review

The AOC CQ32G1 is a gaming monitor that promises to do it all. However, its pricing means it won’t push your PC budget to breaking point, and AOC says it will manifest for casual and competitive gamers, who need a curved design, rapid response and ...
6 LG 34GL750-B Review

LG 34GL750-B Review

The LG 34GL750-B is a gaming monitor that hits a lot of the right notes and looks great while doing it. Its 34-inch diagonal is huge, and it tops its gaming credentials with a gentle curve. And, that’s not the only attractive attribute that makes it ...
7 Sceptre C248B-144RN Review

Sceptre C248B-144RN Review

The Sceptre C248B-144RN is one of the display maker’s affirmed attempts at catering specifically to enthusiasts shopping on a budget. This 24-inch display has everything you need to play competitively – ultrafast response times, game-specific ...
Best value 8 Asus ROG Swift PG349Q Review

Asus ROG Swift PG349Q Review

If you’re spending upward of $800 on a gaming monitor, that deal better be giving you the best of the best. That’s exactly what the Asus ROG Swift PG349Q offers. This 34-inch monitor offers tons of useful features for its premium price, including a ...
9 LG 27UK850-W Monitor Review

LG 27UK850-W Monitor Review

The LG 27UK850-W is a great choice for any gamer seeking a stylish monitor that’s equipped with the latest technologies, solid connectivity at a reasonable price. It offers a sharp UHD picture, impressive gaming performance, and a raft of future-proof features, including AMD FreeSync anti-tearing technology. The monitor’s out-of-the-box color accuracy is slightly skewed, but it gets plenty of picture settings, including advanced color settings come handy for third-party picture calibration to sort out the accuracy issues.
10 LG 32GK650F-B Review

LG 32GK650F-B Review

The LG 32GK650F-B is a 34-inch, curved-screen monitor created for gamers seeking to curb motion artifacts, like screen tearing and motion blur during intense gaming. It builds on LG’s popular gaming monitors, featuring an ultra-wide, In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel with a terrific 144Hz refresh rate and uses AMD’s FreeSync technology to deliver butter-smooth gaming experience.
11 Acer SB220Q bi 21.5 Monitor Review

Acer SB220Q bi 21.5 Monitor Review

The Acer SB220Q bi is a 21-inch budget monitor that uses an In-Plane Switching (IPS) to deliver acceptable color accuracy and good gray-scale performance without drawing lots of power. It is equipped with two video inputs and features a sleek bezel-free design, but it lacks USB connectivity and ergonomic adjustments, and it won’t be delivering the same level of detail you get from its high-resolution sibling and our current Editors’ Choice for budget monitors, the ViewSonic VX3276-2K-MHD.
12 Asus VG278Q Gaming Monitor Review

Asus VG278Q Gaming Monitor Review

The Asus VG278Q is a 27-inch gaming monitor that pairs Nvidia’s G-Sync adaptive sync technology with a 144Hz refresh rate to deliver accurate colors and excellent gaming performance. G-Sync does a good job eliminating screen tearing and helps deliver smooth gameplay. The 27-inch panel delivers deep blacks, and its 1,920-by-1,080 resolution provides clear image detail, but as with most TN panels, its viewing angle performance would be better.
Best value 13 Samsung CRG9 Monitor Review

Samsung CRG9 Monitor Review

The Samsung CRG9 is an ultra-ultrawide 49-inch curved monitor with a 5120 x 1440 resolution and uses quantum dot technology to create a luxuriant workspace. Its design supplants typical two-monitor setups, and they both look immersive either way.
$1,295.00 $1,499.99 SEE IT
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Best value 14 Sceptre Monitor E255B-1658A Review

Sceptre Monitor E255B-1658A Review

Sceptre has a mission to make its monitor line world-class in every category, and the Sceptre E255B-1658A spares nothing in search of that effort. It offers not just excellent image quality, but also a high refresh rate, AMD FreeSync support and design that’s as attractive as it is functional.
15 Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA Monitor Review

Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA Monitor Review

If you’re dying to upgrade to a 4K monitor, you’ll definitely be tempted to pick up a cheaper model like the Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA. It will work well enough for a gamer looking to power things up to 4K; or, just work for a creative professional who need a big, clear monitor.
16 LG 24UD58-B 4K Monitor Review

LG 24UD58-B 4K Monitor Review

The LG 27UD58-B is a stellar 27-inch gaming monitor that undercuts most 4K monitors in the entry-level category. It uses an Ultra-High Definition (UHD) In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel, and AMD’s FreeSync to deliver vivid colors. It has an array of ...
Editor choice 17 LG 34UC80-B Review

LG 34UC80-B Review

The LG 34UC80-B is one of the most fascinating monitors you can find out here. It sports a huge 34-inch diagonal, and it up its gaming credentials with a gentle curve. It stands out as the only ultra-wide monitor that’s excellent for gaming, ...
18 Pixio PX347c 34-inch Gaming Review

Pixio PX347c 34-inch Gaming Review

The Pixio PX347c is a 34-inch ultra-wide gaming monitor featuring a curved Patterned Vertical Alignment (PVA) panel and a couple of gamer-friendly features including AMD’s  FreeSync anti-tearing  technology and a fast 100Hz refresh rate, and six ...
19 LG 24UD58-B Review

LG 24UD58-B Review

The LG 24UD58-B is a marked 24-inch gaming monitor that utilizes an Ultra-High Definition (UHD) In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel, and AMD’s FreeSync to deliver vivid colors. It has an array of features, including On-Screen Control with Screen Split, ...
$299.99 $349.99 SEE IT
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Editor choice 20 ASUS PB278Q Review

ASUS PB278Q Review

The ASUS PB278Q is a 27-inch PLS monitor that does deliver on very good color quality and wide viewing angles. Plane to Line Switching (PLS) is relatively newer technology developed by Samsung to perhaps counter LG's popular IPS panel ...
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