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Updated: May 16, 2017 22:22
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#76
alaScore 94

Acer XR341CK

Conclusion If you're looking to bring big-screen goodness to your gaming experience and have a high-end AMD GPU in your PC, the 34-inch Acer XR341CK is a solid choice. Its curved wide-screen panel puts you close to the action, and it offers a good...

9 expert reviews | 37 user reviews

#77
alaScore 94

AOC Q2577PWQ

Great image quality from a 25in panel, but a lack of USB ports limits the AOC Q2577PWQ's practical appeal

4 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

#78
alaScore 94

LG 34UC97 / 34UC97-S

A full 34-inches diagonal with a 21:9 aspect ration, LG's latest monitor is, at rest, one of the coolest looking displays around. The modern stand and wrap-around design make for an eye-catching design, but what happens when you turn it on? LG talks a...

15 expert reviews | 93 user reviews

#79
alaScore 94

LG 34UM95

The LG 34UM95 ($999.99) is not only the largest ultra-wide monitor to hit PC Labs; at just under a grand, it's also the most expensive. As the model number implies, this behemoth features a massive 34-inch (diagonal) In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel with...

29 expert reviews | 321 user reviews

#80
alaScore 94

BenQ BL2710PT

Designed for professionals who work with computer-aided design and engineering software, the BenQ BL2710PT ($699) monitor uses a 27-inch, In-Plane Switching (IPS) screen to deliver a high-resolution (2,560-by-1,440) picture, wide viewing angles, and a...

16 expert reviews | 20 user reviews

#81
alaScore 94

AOC G2460PQU

Not many monitors can run at 144 Hz, but AOC is adding to your list of choices with its G2460PQU 24-inch TN-based screen. We've already tested similar displays from Asus and BenQ. Can AOC match their speed and performance at a roughly $250 price point?

30 expert reviews | 115 user reviews

#82
alaScore 94

Samsung U28D590D

The Samsung U28D590D ($599.99) is the latest reasonably priced big-screen (28-inch) Ultra-High-Definition monitor to hit PC Labs, and like the Philips Brilliance 4K Ultra HD Display (288P6LJEB) and Planar IX2850 , it delivers a sharp, highly detailed...

25 expert reviews | 598 user reviews

#83
alaScore 94

LG RU-27LZ50C 27 in LCD TV

From the outside, the LG 27EA83 appears perfectly sound. For $999, you're getting a flexible, highly specialized display with a large screen and high resolution. Unfortunately, testing revealed that the LG 27EA83 has some flaws with its natural,...

14 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#84
alaScore 94

Philips 227E6EDSD

The Philips 227E6EDSD measures 50.5x30.5x2cm and its 20cm circular stand raises it 9cm from your desk. It weighs 2.65 kilos with stand and that means the lack of side to side movement is not vital together with the viewing angle is stated to 178...

3 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#85
alaScore 94

BenQ BL3201PH

Designed for users who work with CAD/CAM applications and other graphics-intensive software, the BenQ BL3201PH ($999.99) is a big 32-inch monitor that provides excellent color accuracy right out of the box along with a generous feature set. This...

5 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#86
alaScore 94

Acer XG270HU

Our first FreeSync monitor touches down, but can it give the pricey Asus Swift a run for its money?

12 expert reviews | 90 user reviews

#87
alaScore 94

Acer Predator Z35

The Predator has speed on its side. Games look buttery smooth as they approach 200 frames per second, and it’s not hard to see why Acer thought a huge, high-refresh monitor would be a good idea. The panel and processing are top-notch as well, allowing...

7 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#88
alaScore 94

Acer R271BMID

This is a half decent monitor for the price, yet fails in silly ways also. Not wall mountable, as such it stands 6* off the wall, the picture is a pain to adjust but ok once set, not brilliant but ok. Ok for gaming, no tearing, stand poor even when...

3 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#89
alaScore 94

Asus MG279Q

Behold, the messiah of monitors

9 expert reviews | 163 user reviews

#90
alaScore 94

Acer XB280HK

While the above are certainly alternatives to keep an eye on, for 4K gaming on NVIDIA GPUs it looks like the XB280HK will remain the primary option. The

19 expert reviews | 111 user reviews

#91
alaScore 94

Dell S2716DG

The Dell S2716DG wins a few battles, but ultimately loses the war.

6 expert reviews | 55 user reviews

#92
alaScore 94

Samsung U32D970Q

When choosing a monitor, most graphics professionals typically look for a model with lots of screen real estate, accurate colors, good gray-scale performance, and a highly detailed image. With the Samsung U32D970Q ($1,999.99), you get all this, and...

15 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#94
alaScore 93

NEC PA272W

We've reviewed a lot of professional-class monitors, NEC's PA272W may be the most accurate and capable one ever to hit the Tom's Hardware lab. At almost $1300, it's expensive for a 27-inch QHD screen. But there are features here you won't find elsewhere.

6 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#95
alaScore 93

LG 27MB85Z

Brilliant alternative to an Apple Thunderbolt display, great for photographic work, half the price.

1 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#96
alaScore 93

EIZO FlexScan EV2736W

Even I got a dead pixel I still like these monitors a lot and would advise to buy if it suits your needs. Due to described issues I contacted Eizo support several times and had a very good experience with them (they won't replace my single dead pixel...

9 expert reviews | 43 user reviews

#97
alaScore 93

NEC PA322UHD

NEC's PA series of MultiSync monitors have long been the company's flagship line, thanks to their outstanding color and gray-scale performance and killer feature set. The NEC MultiSync PA322UHD ($2,999) continues that trend. This enormous 32-inch,...

4 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#98
alaScore 93

Asus MG278Q

We don't hate TN monitors by any means and the latest panels look pretty good, but we still prefer IPS. In this case, the MG278Q matches its more-expensive stablemate in every area except for contrast and exceeds it in usable FreeSync range. Depending...

3 expert reviews | 66 user reviews

#99
alaScore 93

AOC Q2778VQE

The Q2778VQE is one of the better performing TN panels you can buy, with superb colour reproduction and good brightness levels.

4 expert reviews | 47 user reviews

#100
alaScore 93

Samsung S32E590C

I am not a gamer with a thousand dollar graphics card, so I can't comment on what I don't know. But for a nice large general purpose monitor, I am extremely happy I chose this one!

1 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

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