The LG 27UD58-B is currently the cheapest 4K gaming monitor available. Besides delivering the stellar 4K UHD resolution and vibrant colors of its IPS panel, the LG 27UD58 offers AMD FreeSync technology and plenty of exclusive features. The LG27UD58-B monitor features the AH-IPS panel with 10-bit color depth support through dithering (8-bit + FRC) and it's factory-calibrated
The QNIX 3216R, also referred to as the QNIX UHD3216R Real 4K, is a Korean display which delivers a stunning image quality and a solid performance for a very appealing price. In fact, it costs nearly half the price you'd pay for a popular-brand 4K monitor. Its IPS panel and 4K Ultra HD resolution make for
Even though 4K monitors are dropping in prices lately, most of them are only up to 28-inches in size while everything bigger is still over $600-700. The AOC U3277PWQU, however, is an affordable 32-inch 4K monitor with a VA panel that delivers a high-contrast image quality and smooth perfo
The Philips Brilliance 275P4VYKEB boasts the stunning 5K resolution that delivers 78% more pixels than the nowadays popular and affordable 4K resolution monitors. Moreover, it offers the impeccable color accuracy adequate for the high-end professional designers. With extensive ergonomics, a built-in camera, and the plethora of exclusive features, the Philips 275P4 5K is an ideal choice for
The ASUS PA328Q is an IPS panel monitor aimed at the professional designers that rely on color accuracy, extensive connectivity, and high screen resolution. This photo-editing monitor also packs a plethora of exclusive features ideal for multi-tasking activities and custom calibration. It isn't cheap, but then again, it's intended for the high-end professionals.
LG has released a new gaming monitor dubbed as the LG 34UC89G-B. It's a giant 34-inch display with an ultra-wide resolution and curved screen for an immersive viewing experience. Moreover, the monitor sports a native 144Hz refresh rate that's overclockable to 166Hz, a quick 5ms response time speed, and Nvidia G-Sync technology for fluid gameplay.
The ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278QR is a new and updated version of the PG278Q gaming monitor. Apart from the panel type difference, the ASUS PG278QR PC monitor maintains all the key features and qualities of its predecessor with the addition of the quicker response time of its TN panel which makes it the ultimate gaming
Alienware, a subsidiary of Dell, has released their first gaming monitors with native 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time for the smoothest competitive gameplay. The gaming monitors will be available in two versions with G-Sync, the Dell Alienware AW2518H and with FreeSync, the Dell Alienware AW2518HF, so you can pick yours according to your graphics card.
Acer will soon release their own 240Hz gaming monitor dubbed as the Acer XF250Q. The monitor will also be available as the Acer XF250QA model with an additional HDMI 2.0 port, four USB 3.0 hub, the Motion Blur Reduction feature, and thinner bezels. In terms of image quality and performance, the monitors will be identical and
Samsung has just recently announced three new curved displays that will feature 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, HDR support, and quantum-dot technology for both smooth gameplay performance and astonishing image quality. The most exciting display among the three is the Samsung C49HG90 which will feature a double Full HD resolution at 32:9 ultra-wide aspect