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Updated: Jun 1, 2020 09:52
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#176
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

#177
alaScore 92

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 | 26 user reviews

#178
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

#179
alaScore 92

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 | 12 user reviews

#180
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

#181
alaScore 92

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

#182
alaScore 92

LG Electronics 29EA93

The LG 29EA93 measures fairly well post calibration, so LG did a reasonably good job on the electronics side. However, while a 21:9 aspect ratio offering 2560 x 1080 resolution sounds like an exciting concept, it’s really a solution in search of a...

25 expert reviews | 302 user reviews

#183
alaScore 92

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

#184
alaScore 92

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 | 103 user reviews

#185
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 | 330 user reviews

#186
alaScore 92

Dell S2716DG

High refresh rate ; Solid construction ; Versatile stand

8 expert reviews | 162 user reviews

#187
alaScore 92

AOC G2460PQU

Conclusion Gamers will appreciate the AOC G2460PQU's fast pixel response and 144Hz refresh rate, but its input lag, while adequate, could be faster. That said, this 24-inch monitor displays accurate colors and comes with lots of features, including a...

28 expert reviews | 138 user reviews

#188
alaScore 92

AOC Q2963PM

If you require a dual monitor setup but don't have the room on your desktop, the AOC Q2963PM is a good bet. It offers good color and grayscale performance, loads of video inputs, and multiple monitor support. And, it's reasonably priced. That said, a...

26 expert reviews | 146 user reviews

#189
alaScore 92

AOC U3477PQU

The AOC U3477PQU is simply one of the most desirable monitors you can buy right now. Its combination of a huge 34-inch panel, along with its ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio, high resolution and top-spec IPS LCD tech, means it ticks just about every box in...

19 expert reviews | 112 user reviews

#190
alaScore 92

LG 34UC97 / 34UC97-S

LG’s 34UC97 is a technically solid monitor. High contrast, low color accuracy and a wide color gamut come together for excellent image quality. Technically. Ideally. In theory.

17 expert reviews | 101 user reviews

#191
alaScore 92

ASUS PB277Q 27"

The Asus PB277Q is a decent 27 inch TN-type LCD monitor with a 75 Hz refresh rate and low input lag for gaming. It has better than average motion handling thanks to its very fast response time and can get bright to overcome ambient glare....

1 expert reviews | 19 user reviews

#192
alaScore 92

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

#193
alaScore 92

Acer Predator XB270HU

If you’re looking for a new gaming monitor to upgrade from your 1080p to something higher resolution, this Acer is a solid choice if money is no object. Most gamers have a budget of some sort, though, and the $800 price tag on this display will take a...

16 expert reviews | 295 user reviews

#194
alaScore 92

ViewSonic XG2401

Conclusion If you're looking for a monitor that offers gamer-friendly presets and can handle fast gaming action, the ViewSonic XG2401is a solid choice that won't drain your bank account. Granted, its TN panel doesn't offer the gray-scale and...

4 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#195
alaScore 92

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

#196
alaScore 92

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

#197
alaScore 92

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...

17 expert reviews | 44 user reviews

#198
alaScore 92

Samsung U28H750

The display is fantastic, and the colours look great.

2 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#199
alaScore 92

ViewSonic XG2703-GS

Conclusion If smooth gaming performance is a top priority, the ViewSonic XG2703-GS is definitely worth a look. With Nvidia's G-Sync technology and a 165Hz refresh rate, the display performed wonderfully in our gaming tests, delivering stutter-free...

8 expert reviews

#200
alaScore 92

Samsung CF591

The $350 Samsung CF591 is fighting a steep uphill battle. In an increasingly high-resolution world, we’re finding it harder and harder to recommend 1080p displays. The CF591 doesn’t bring anything new to the table for those screens, and it cuts a lot...

6 expert reviews

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