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Updated: Dec 8, 2018 21:21
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#126
alaScore 92

Viewsonic VP2770-LED

There's a lot to like about the ViewSonic VP2770-LED. It provides accurate, uniform colors that look awesome from every angle, and its ergonomic stand provides comfortable viewing and portrait mode capabilities. Its multiple video inputs provide...

19 expert reviews | 166 user reviews

#127
alaScore 92

BenQ XL2430T

Conclusion The BenQ XL2430T is rock-solid gaming monitor equipped with a wealth of connectivity ports, a fast pixel response, and a slick-looking ergonomic stand that lets you maneuver the panel for maximum comfort and ideal viewing position. As with...

10 expert reviews | 174 user reviews

#128
alaScore 92

BenQ Zowie XL2720

However, for the vast majority of gamers, who aren’t that obsessive, there are more sensible options. For a little more you can pick up an AOC AGON AG271QX for £414, a 1440p monitor with AMD FreeSync technology; while the 24in Samsung C24FG70 almost...

1 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#129
alaScore 92

BenQ GW2760HS

There's plenty to tweak, too, with five levels of gamma correction and three levels of overdrive (response time) joining the usual suspects. There are three colour temperature presets, Reddish, Normal and Blueish, and a user mode.

14 expert reviews | 257 user reviews

#130
alaScore 92

AOC G2460PG

Conclusion With the AOC G2460PG, gamers of all stripes can enjoy a smooth gaming experience without screen tearing or motion blur, thanks to the monitor's G-Sync circuitry, 144Hz refresh rate, and fast pixel response. The G2460PG delivers mostly...

19 expert reviews | 166 user reviews

#131
alaScore 92

Samsung SD850T Series (27", 32")

The main menu is clear and responsive. Most of the customisable options are contained in a single menu, and it’s easy to find the obvious settings. It has most of the options that users are likely to require, but there’s no sign of the Adobe RGB preset...

8 expert reviews | 186 user reviews

#132
alaScore 92

LG 23MP68VQ

The LG 23MP68VQ is a 23-inch monitor that costs just £130 but has some handy features that make it a great deal. These include an IPS panel with Full HD resolution, a 75Hz refresh rate, and FreeSync. This should make it an ideal budget all-rounder that...

1 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#133
alaScore 92

Asus PB278Q / PB278QR

Well-priced and powerful, the Asus PB278Q is the best entry point for those seeking an extreme-definition monitor at a not-so-extreme price.

37 expert reviews | 1076 user reviews

#134
alaScore 92

BenQ RL2755HM

The BenQ RL2755HM gaming monitor offers fast response times for competitive console players, but its picture quality isn't as sharp as we'd like.

8 expert reviews | 263 user reviews

#135
alaScore 92

BenQ BL3201PT 4K

Price-wise, there’s no better choice for a 32-inch Ultra HD monitor right now than the BL3201PT. Even without calibration, it nearly aced our benchmark tests. Low input lag makes it a good choice for gamers and its bright saturated image stays solid...

8 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#136
alaScore 92

Philips 258B6QJEB

This Philips monitor boasts an excellent quality IPS panel, and looks slick with its thin bezels, though it isn't cheap compared to rivals.

2 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#137
alaScore 92

Philips 241P6EPJEB

The Philips P-Line 241P6EPJEB_00 is available from the first link below for £230.10 including delivery.

3 expert reviews

#138
alaScore 92

AOC I2481FXH

Adding to its range of Style-line display units, AOC has introduced its I2481FXH model. Arriving as a one-piece unit, this LCD monitor comes mounted on an asymmetric, matte silver metal stand. The combination of display panel and stand has dimensions...

3 expert reviews | 87 user reviews

#139
alaScore 92

LG 34UM67

Conclusion The LG 34UM67 is a solid choice for gamers who want to play on a big screen without having to deal with screen tearing and other motion artifacts. Its ultra-wide, 34-inch IPS panel delivers dark blacks and wide viewing angles, and you can...

11 expert reviews | 114 user reviews

#140
alaScore 92

Acer Predator XB281HK

Acer Predator XB281HK has a robust build, easy setting and ergonomic design. Its gameplay is precise and accurate with good response but maintaining a distance of around 4-5 feet of the monitor is cheat for a better output. Predator’s color...

1 expert reviews | 61 user reviews

#141
alaScore 92

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...

13 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#142
alaScore 92

Iiyama Prolite

The ProLite XB2779QQS’s poor colour accuracy makes it unsuitable for photo or video editors, but otherwise, it’s a great 5K monitor. The design looks gorgeous, and overall performance is very impressive. If you’re looking to dip a toe into the waters...

13 expert reviews | 339 user reviews

#143
alaScore 92

ViewSonic VX2475Smhl-4K

Conclusion With the ViewSonic VX2475Smhl-4K, you get a capable 24-inch PLS monitor that delivers sharp imagery, inky blacks, and rich colors, for less than $470. It doesn't offer extra features, such as USB ports and a fully adjustable stand, and its...

8 expert reviews | 26 user reviews

#144
alaScore 92

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 | 106 user reviews

#145
alaScore 92

BenQ BL2710PT

Conclusion The BenQ BL2710PT is a solid, but pricey 27-inch monitor with a few CAD-friendly touches and a boatload of features. As with most IPS panels, it delivers vibrant colors and excellent viewing angles, but its color accuracy and dark grayscale...

16 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#146
alaScore 92

LG 34UM95

The new LG 34UM95 is priced like a flagship, but our tests show that performance doesn’t measure up with the MSRP. Aside from resolution, this display comes up short of its predecessor in every other area, as well as less expensive 16:9 displays. The...

29 expert reviews | 333 user reviews

#147
alaScore 92

Acer R271BMID

Perfect screen size for gaming. Very clear ips display.

3 expert reviews | 105 user reviews

#148
alaScore 92

Dell P4317Q

Conclusion The Dell 43 Ultra HD 4K Multi-Client Monitor P4317Q doesn't come cheap, but if your work requires a quad-screen configuration, it's not much more than you'd pay for four individual 21-inch monitors. It provides excellent UHD performance in...

2 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#149
alaScore 92

NEC MultiSync EA305WMi

Conclusion You'll pay big bucks for the NEC MultiSync EA305WMi, but if your business requires a big-screen monitor that offers superior performance and support for a multi-display configuration, it's worth the premium. The 30-inch AH-IPS panel...

3 expert reviews

#150
alaScore 92

Dell S2716DG

High refresh rate ; Solid construction ; Versatile stand

8 expert reviews | 165 user reviews

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