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Updated: 20-09-2020 23:42
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#1
alaScore 100

Samsung Odyssey G7

Couple all that with a price that’s very reasonable, especially for the 27in model and the Samsung Odyssey G7 is an instant hit. If your goal is high frame rate gaming but you don’t want to sacrifice colour quality, this is the monitor to buy.

2 expert reviews

#2
alaScore 99

BenQ Mobiuz EX2710

The BenQ EX2710 delivers a lot of top gaming tech for a very affordable price point

2 expert reviews

#3
alaScore 99

Philips B-LINE

More importantly, perhaps, this monitor is one the best value ultra-wide screens on the market. Yes, you can buy cheaper but these tend not to be curved. And, yes, you can get wide screen monitors that are better for gaming and video or photo editing...

2 expert reviews

#4
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.

12 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#5
alaScore 98

MSI Optix MAG272CQR

Tons of new features and a high-quality panel make the new MAG272CQR curved gaming monitor a significant improvement over its predecessor and competitively priced from the outset

4 expert reviews

#6
alaScore 98

Viewsonic Elite XG270 27"

The ViewSonic XG270QG is one of the best 1440p gaming monitors you're likely to find right now

7 expert reviews

#7
alaScore 98

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...

7 expert reviews

#8
alaScore 98

Philips P9H (2018) Series

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

17 expert reviews

#9
alaScore 97

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

#10
alaScore 97

ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ 27"

A 4K resolution, 144Hz refresh rate and true HDR combines to create the ultimate all-round 27-inch monitor. But a high price and small screen size for its price means the Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ won’t be the high-end monitor upgrade for everyone.

20 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#11
alaScore 97

Aoc U2790PQU 27-inch

The AOC U2790PQU has good looks and solid features alongside decent colour accuracy, but its underwhelming contrast and uniformity mean it's not cut out for tougher work situations

3 expert reviews

#12
alaScore 97

Acer ConceptD CP3271KP

Such weirdness can be overlooked when performance, adjustability and connectivity all meet high standards, and the CP3271KP is generally a strong showing from a manufacturer with relatively little experience making top-end pro monitors. The MultiSync...

2 expert reviews

#13
alaScore 97

AOC AG273QCG

The AOC AGON AG273QCG offers the lightning quick response time and refresh rate of a proper gaming m £650 for a TN screen in 2019? Whats the deal ?

5 expert reviews

#14
alaScore 97

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.

6 expert reviews

#15
alaScore 96

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

#16
alaScore 96

LG WL95C (2019) Series

One of the best monitors for getting work done

6 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#17
alaScore 96

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?!

9 expert reviews

#19
alaScore 96

Asus ROG STRIX XG32VQ

A solid curved gaming monitor defined by its strengths and weaknesses, both of which are noticeable and at the forefront of use. Good image quality and speed plays unreliable HDR and color with a loss of sight and any extended viewing angles.

3 expert reviews

#20
alaScore 96

Lenovo Thinkvision P32U

Lenovo’s new premium 32-inch 4K PC monitor packs plenty of old-school precision by combining a brilliant IPS panel, top-notch color accuracy and a high resolution screen. It's quite pricey, though. It’s not cheap, the Lenovo Thinkvision P32U-10, not...

6 expert reviews

#21
alaScore 96

Dell S3220DGF 32-inch

The Dell S3220DGF is an ideal jumbo monitor for users needing a practical work and high-performance gaming screen. With 165Hz, FreeSync 2 HDR, excellent contrast and accurate color, it’s well-suited for just about anything.

2 expert reviews

#22
alaScore 96

BenQ EL2870U

The BenQ EL2870U shines when watching movies or performing general computing. It's good for FreeSync gaming, but hardcore players will want something faster. Value-conscious buyers will have trouble finding something better. But if you're willing to...

8 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#23
alaScore 96

Asus PA34VC 34-Inches

The Asus ProArt PA34VC boasts great quality, solid design and loads of features, but it’s undermined by the fact that it can’t handle certain professional workloads

5 expert reviews

#24
alaScore 96

AOC Agon AG322QC4

HDR is a damp squib right now, but the AOC AGON AG322QC4 impresses in virtually every other department

5 expert reviews

#25
alaScore 96

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.

3 expert reviews

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