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Updated: 29-02-2020 00:28
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#1
alaScore 100

Razer Raptor 27

That said, spending £700 on a monitor with these specs requires either an outrageously inflated bank account or an outrageously inflated sense of bravado. The idea is clearly that HDR, the clever stand, the cable-management system and the RGB lighting...

5 expert reviews

#2
alaScore 99

BenQ EX2780Q

Bottom Line: BenQ's EX2780Q is primarily a gaming monitor, but its punchy sound system and deft handling of HDR make it a winning all-around screen for general entertainment, too.

4 expert reviews

#3
alaScore 99

ASUS ZenScreen MB16ACE 39,6 cm (15.6 Zoll) 1920 x 1080 Pixel Full HD LED...

Bottom Line: The Asus ZenScreen (MB16ACE) is a 15.6-inch mobile monitor with a solid feature set for its price—notably, a comprehensive, easy-to-cruise onscreen display.

2 expert reviews

#4
alaScore 98

Acer Nitro XV273K

Granted it isn’t cheap at £900, but if you want a class-leading 4K panel and don’t want to fork out over double on the Predator X27 or the Asus PG27UQ, the Acer Nitro XV273K should be your go-to display.

9 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#5
alaScore 98

HP AT891AA

The HP Elite Dragonfly is a business laptop with a lot of upside for more casual use, but a couple of caveats make it a confusing laptop to recommend.

9 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#6
alaScore 98

LG 49WL95C

The LG 49WL95C-W is a good 49 inch, super ultrawide monitor with an impressive 5120x1440 resolution. This results in a huge amount of screen real estate to work ...

3 expert reviews

#7
alaScore 98

Asus ZenScreen Touch (MB16AMT)

Bottom Line: The wisely designed Asus ZenScreen Touch brings touch-input capability, flexible stand options, and an on-the-go internal battery to a 15.6-inch mobile monitor, topping the field.

2 expert reviews

#8
alaScore 98

Acer Predator X35

Bottom Line: The ultrawide, ultra-bright, ultra-fast Acer Predator X35 is a dream come true among gaming monitors, even if its price will make it just a dream for most gamers.

3 expert reviews

#9
alaScore 97

Eizo ColorEdge CG279X

As ever, it’s a matter of choosing the right tool for your needs. This is, as we’ve come to expect from Eizo, a stunning and colour accurate screen. If it ticks all your boxes, buy it.

2 expert reviews

#10
alaScore 97

Acer Predator XB273K (27-inch, 2018) Series

The arrival of the all-singing, all-dancing Acer X27 came with lots of fanfare thanks to its inclusi It's another 4K 144Hz display, this time priced at £1200 – is it worth buying?!

8 expert reviews

#11
alaScore 97

ViewSonic VP3481

Bottom Line: ViewSonic's VP3481 is an ultra-wide 34-inch professional monitor with solid color accuracy and features that will tempt game designers and graphic artists alike.

2 expert reviews

#12
alaScore 97

Asus ROG Strix XG438Q

Bottom Line: If a TV or an Nvidia BFGD is too big for your gaming, but a regular monitor is too small, the 43-inch Asus ROG Strix XG438Q is a lustworthy alternative for serious players. It's not cheap, but its panel is nimble and eye-popping.

2 expert reviews

#13
alaScore 97

HP Omen X 25f

Bottom Line: HP's Omen X 25f offers up just about everything you should expect from a high-refresh gaming monitor in 2019. It falls short of greatness in areas that will matter to a subset of ergonomically minded gamers.

5 expert reviews

#14
alaScore 97

Benq EX3203R

The BenQ EX3203R's HDR has limited impact, but this screen fights back with consistent excellence elsewhere

7 expert reviews

#15
alaScore 97

Lepow 15.6-Inch USB-C Portable Monitor

Bottom Line: The Lepow 15.6-Inch USB-C Portable Monitor is a moderately priced 1080p display with both USB-C and HDMI connectivity, but its pinched color gamut makes for dull reds and purples.

2 expert reviews

#16
alaScore 96

AOC AG352UCG

It’s staggering just how far we’ve come in this world of super high-end panels, and AOC’s combination of the latest top-end refresh rate, luscious VA panel tech, and intuitive overall design makes the Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition one of the best...

12 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#17
alaScore 96

Aorus AD27QD

The Aorus AD27QD is a great 1440p, 144Hz gaming monitor. It has a great design, with RGB bias lighting, very good ergonomics, and an easy to remove stand. It del...

4 expert reviews

#18
alaScore 96

Dell UltraSharp U3219Q

Bottom Line: Dell's UltraSharp 32 U3219Q is a big, beautiful 4K display aimed squarely at the business set, but it could still find a home on any gamer's desk with, we suspect, no complaints.

3 expert reviews

#19
alaScore 96

Benq EW3270U

The BenQ EW3270U is a 32'' 4k LED monitor with a decent picture quality. It is more suitable for darker rooms as it cannot get very bright for a bright room, but...

5 expert reviews

#20
alaScore 96

Dell UltraSharp U3419W

Dell takes its excellent U3417W and adds USB-C, making the U3419W one of the best ultrawide monitors around (but don't buy it for gaming).

3 expert reviews

#21
alaScore 96

Dell S2719DC

Ultrawide and 4K monitors may have taken the limelight, but standard 27-inch monitors don’t get much more exciting than the Dell Ultrathin 27. It’s thin, light, and sleek — everything you want to match something like a Dell XPS laptop or MacBook....

3 expert reviews

#22
alaScore 96

Acer Predator X27 (UM.HX0EE.009)

The combination of 4K, HDR and 144Hz makes the Acer Predator X27 one of the most desirable monitors you can buy – but it's not cheap.

12 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#23
alaScore 96

Asus ProArt PA34VC

The ASUS ProArt PA34VC brings curved, 21:9 ultra-widescreen, high refresh monitors into the professional arena, although you do pay for the privilege.

3 expert reviews

#24
alaScore 96

Dell UltraSharp U2719DC

While the first two elements on that list are welcome, they wouldn’t be enough to make me part with my money – the panel’s limited contrast ratio and other weaknesses ensure that. The real killer feature is USB Type-C support, which effectively means...

2 expert reviews

#25
alaScore 96

Philips 499P9H 49

Philip’s new insanely wide 32:9-aspect 49-inch monitor is packed with practical features, proving that it's much more than just a pretty face

7 expert reviews

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