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Updated: Aug 16, 2018 22:37
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#51
alaScore 93

ASUS VG245H

The Asus VG245H offers impressive picture quality, responsiveness and special features for under $200.

2 expert reviews | 50 user reviews

#52
alaScore 93

Philips 246E7QDAB

A really good full HD quality screen for a reasonable price. Did not require much adjustments to the picture quality, was great straight out the box.

3 expert reviews | 31 user reviews

#53
alaScore 93

Acer Predator XB271HK

Conclusion You'll pay big bucks for the Acer Predator XB271HK, but its price is still in line with other IPS-based, 27-inch UHD monitors, such as the ViewSonic VP2780-4K and the NEC MultiSync EA275UHD, neither of which support Nvidia's G-Sync...

6 expert reviews | 44 user reviews

#54
alaScore 93

AOC AG322QCX

In fact, I’d choose this monitor over any 21:9, 1080p ultra-wide monitor at the same price point. Its 1440p panel, smooth 144Hz refresh rate and 16:9 aspect ratio offer much more than its competitors.

2 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#55
alaScore 93

Asus ROG Swift PG278Q

Conclusion The Asus ROG Swift PG278Q is an excellent choice for gamers of all stripes. Armed with G-Sync smoothing technology, speedy refresh and pixel response rates, and a sharp WQHD panel, this monitor is the perfect companion to your high-end...

31 expert reviews | 694 user reviews

#56
alaScore 93

Philips 243S7EHMB

A low-cost display doesn’t need to feel cheaply made, or compromise on style or features – and the S-Line 243S7EHMB proves it.

1 expert reviews | 80 user reviews

#57
alaScore 93

LG 27UD58

Best 4k monitor for the price. I mean, you can't get IPS 27ich 4k 10bit monitor around the price of £330. Has AMD FreeSync aswell.

2 expert reviews | 98 user reviews

#58
alaScore 93

Dell UP2715K

Dell is pushing the edge of technology with this display. While Apple’s iMac with Retina came first, it also isn’t usable with external input, which means Dell can still claim the title of “world’s first 5K monitor.” There’s nothing else like it in the...

16 expert reviews | 36 user reviews

#59
alaScore 93

Acer H277HU

Conclusion The Acer H277HU brings lots of style and connectivity to your desktop while providing a sharp WQHD picture that looks great from every angle. Moreover, if you have a laptop or desktop PC that is equipped with a USB-C port, you can enjoy...

6 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#60
alaScore 93

Eizo Foris FS2735

Eizo’s Foris FS2735 has the best image quality of any gaming monitor we’ve reviewed. It has all the features a gamer desires, and combines them with excellent out-of-box image quality. This is not a monitor that you need to calibrate to enjoy. It looks...

11 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#61
alaScore 93

Philips BDM4065UC

If you’ve toyed with the idea of using an HDTV as your computer monitor, the BDM4065UC fulfills checks all the right boxes – large screen, Ultra HD resolution, high-contrast VA panel and low price. Playing games on it is a total blast and you won’t...

25 expert reviews | 186 user reviews

#62
alaScore 93

AOC U3277PWQU

I'm a big fan of

6 expert reviews | 33 user reviews

#63
alaScore 93

Samsung S34E790C

Samsung’s SE790C is a luxurious yacht of a monitor. From the ultra-wide 1440p resolution, to the modest curve in its display, to its near flawless benchmarks, there’s little, if anything, to find wrong with it. The four millisecond response time isn’t...

19 expert reviews | 179 user reviews

#64
alaScore 93

BenQ EW2770QZ

BenQ’s screen has good screen quality across most of our benchmarks, and it has a solid resolution, size and on-screen display. That makes it a fine companion for the home or the office, and it’s bolstered by some clever features elsewhere. That said,...

2 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

#65
alaScore 93

BenQ XR3501

Conclusion With the BenQ XR3501, you can enjoy immersive gaming action on a curved, ultra-wide, 35-inch screen with a speedy 144Hz refresh rate. Its VA panel delivers good gray-scale and gaming performance, and viewing angles are nice and wide....

14 expert reviews | 109 user reviews

#66
alaScore 93

ASUS ROG Swift PG248Q

The Asus PG248Q is a sharp, bright and responsive esports monitor that offers useful features for a somewhat high price.

7 expert reviews | 59 user reviews

#68
alaScore 93

LG 34UM95

If you’re looking to spend $1,000 or more on a monitor, reaching for an ultrawide shouldn’t be a tough decision, but which one you choose might be. Samsung, LG, and Dell all have solid offerings, and the only factors that set them apart are price and...

38 expert reviews | 422 user reviews

#69
alaScore 93

Philips 275P4VYKEB

Superb colour coverage, great viewing angles and an office-friendly design – this is a great monitor for colour professionals.

7 expert reviews

#70
alaScore 93

ViewSonic XG2700-4K

Conclusion With the ViewSonic XG2700-4K, you not only get the benefit of AMD's FreeSync technology, which eliminates screen tearing and provides silky-smooth gaming action, but you also get excellent all-around performance. The IPS panel delivers a...

7 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#71
alaScore 93

BenQ XL2730Z

Conclusion With the BenQ XL2730Z, you get excellent gaming performance, accurate colors, and AMD's FreeSync technology, which eliminates screen tearing and helps deliver smooth gameplay. The 27-inch panel delivers deep blacks, and its 2,560-by-1,440...

13 expert reviews | 164 user reviews

#72
alaScore 93

Dell UltraSharp U2717D

It's not the most feature-packed monitor you can get for the money, but the Dell UltraSharp 27 (U2717D) is a fine general-purpose display.

5 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

#73
alaScore 93

Asus PB287Q

I will continue to game in 1440p on my Acer Predator monitor simply for the fact that even with a 980Ti achieving a solid 60 fps in 4k gaming just isn't possible 100% of the time. Close, and a good experience, but after gaming at 144hz 60 and a little...

51 expert reviews | 647 user reviews

#74
alaScore 93

BenQ Zowie XL2735

The BenQ Zowie XL2735 is an updated version of BenQ's flagship gaming monitor of last year, the XL2730Z. Sporting a near-identical feature set, it packs in a 144Hz, 2,560 x 1,440-pixel TN LCD panel, a wired remote for its on-screen display (OSD), and...

4 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

#75
alaScore 93

Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ

Like the Asus PG279Q, the PG27AQ is a monitor that is difficult to compare with others because its feature set is so specific. Its only obvious, direct competitor is the Acer XB280HK, another 4K panel with G-Sync. The Acer holds up against the PG27AQ...

10 expert reviews | 76 user reviews

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