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Updated: Oct 22, 2019 22:12
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#101
alaScore 93

Acer AL2017A 20"

As one of the biggest Chromebooks, the Acer laptop is perfectly priced for anyone interested in a big laptop for basic online use.

4 expert reviews | 145 user reviews

#102
alaScore 93

Dell P2417H

The Dell P2417H is an average 1080p monitor with and IPS-type LCD, giving it wide viewing angles. Its stand offers a wide range of ergonomic adjustments and its low input lag keeps it responsive. Unfortunately, its picture quality leaves a bit to be...

1 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

#103
alaScore 93

Dell P2217H

The Dell P2217 is a decent entry-level IPS-type monitor with a wide viewing angle particularly well-suited for office use thanks to its fully articulating stand. It doesn't offer the best picture quality but its low input lag and motion blur make it a...

1 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#104
alaScore 93

Asus PA328Q

Conclusion The Asus PA328Q represents a sizable investment, but if you're a graphics professional who depends on accurate colors and superior UHD image detail to ply your trade, it's a solid investment. The monitor's 32-inch IPS panel provides plenty...

14 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#105
alaScore 93

Philips BDM4065UC

With the exception of a few minor flaws, the Brilliance BDM4065UC is an excellent monitor for mutliple types of uses and it sells at a reasonable price.

27 expert reviews | 186 user reviews

#106
alaScore 93

Philips 328E8QJAB5

The Philips 328E8QJAB5 is a monitor that serves up a tempting design for a surprising price. The £23 The Philips 328E8QJAB5 is a monitor that serves up a tempting design for a surprising price.

7 expert reviews | 15 user reviews

#107
alaScore 93

LG 34UC98

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...

9 expert reviews | 80 user reviews

#108
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

#109
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 | 60 user reviews

#110
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 | 8 user reviews

#111
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 | 104 user reviews

#112
alaScore 93

BenQ ZOWIE XL2540

The BenQ Zowie XL2540 is 240Hz gaming monitor with a TN panel that is full of gaming features. It is incredibly responsive due to the high refresh rate and exceptionally low input lag, and also has the ability to flicker the backlight to clear up...

4 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#113
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

#114
alaScore 93

Dell U2415

The Dell Ultrasharp U2415 is an above-average IPS LCD monitor with a PC focused 1920x1200 resolution. Its wide viewing angles, taller aspect ratio (16:10) and highly ergonomic stand make it a great fit for office spaces, and its low input lag makes it...

3 expert reviews | 381 user reviews

#115
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...

12 expert reviews | 162 user reviews

#116
alaScore 93

HP Envy 27 Monitor

If you want a good-looking large-screen UHD monitor without having to drop a bundle, the HP Envy 27 is a solid choice. It delivered excellent image detail in our tests, and offers wide viewing angles, but its color accuracy could be better. While not...

14 expert reviews | 29 user reviews

#117
alaScore 93

LG 32UD59-B

The LG 32UD59-B is a fairly large 4k monitor with decent picture quality and the ability to produce deep and fairly uniform dark scenes. Motion handling is good but the responsiveness of the monitor is limited by the standard 60Hz refresh rate. In a...

1 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#118
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...

52 expert reviews | 616 user reviews

#119
alaScore 93

Philips 258B6QUEB

At just £300, the Philips Brilliance 258B6QUEB is an absolute steal for both office and home users alike. Its colour accuracy is top-notch across every colour mode and it has more inputs than you probably know what to do with. It's a Best Buy.

5 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#120
alaScore 93

Asus PB279Q

Our final word on the Asus PB279Q is that for its price, it’s priced to absolutely sell. This is a superb IPS monitor with excellent display specs and great connectivity options. Useful for gamers, casual users or professionals of most types.

15 expert reviews | 52 user reviews

#121
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...

11 expert reviews | 74 user reviews

#122
alaScore 93

Philips BDM4037UW

The Philips Brilliance BDM4037UW is the new top-end product in Philips's range of office displays. With a 40-inch (101.6cm) diagonal, curved (3-metre radius), 16:9 aspect ratio, A-MVA 3 LCD panel, the BDM4037UW has a native resolution of 3,840 by 2,160...

10 expert reviews | 40 user reviews

#123
alaScore 93

AOC G2790PX

This display uses a TN LCD panel, so the first thing you’ll note with regards to image quality is its poor viewing angles. Turning the screen from left to right, it stays reasonably consistent. Tilt it up and down, however, and there’s a noticeable...

1 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#124
alaScore 93

Asus MG279Q

Conclusion The Asus MG279Q is a solid choice for gamers who prefer the wide viewing angles and rich colors that you get with an IPS panel. The 2,560-by-1,440 resolution panel delivers sharp image detail and a very smooth gaming experience, and the...

17 expert reviews | 219 user reviews

#125
alaScore 93

Acer Predator Z271

Conclusion With the Acer Predator Z271, you get solid gaming performance, courtesy of speedy refresh rates and Nvidia's G-Sync technology. Its curved VA panel puts you close to the action and delivers wide viewing angles, but its out-of-the-box color...

5 expert reviews | 56 user reviews

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