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#101
alaScore 93

ASUS PB277Q

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 | 22 user reviews

#102
alaScore 93

Asus PB287Q

To the PB287Q’s credit, however, aside from ‘VividText’ the default settings look pretty good. It’s also very easily to assemble and disassemble, with a single screw to fasten the base to the monitor’s arm.

51 expert reviews | 615 user reviews

#103
alaScore 93

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

#104
alaScore 93

Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ

The ROG Swift PG27AQ is a 4K gaming monitor from Asus that supports Nvidia G-Sync up to 60Hz. It's a The ROG Swift PG27AQ is a 4K gaming monitor from Asus that supports Nvidia G-Sync up to 60Hz. It's a 27-inch IPS display with a 4ms response time and a...

10 expert reviews | 76 user reviews

#105
alaScore 93

Philips BDM4037UW

The Philips BDM4037UW is a massive 40-inch monitor with a whopping 3840 x 2160 (4K) resolution. Its LCD panel is also curved and mounted on a slender metal base, while its impressive 4000:1 contrast ratio should make it fantastic for watching video.

9 expert reviews | 39 user reviews

#106
alaScore 93

Asus MG279Q

This gaming screen from Asus comes with a 1440p resolution and a 27-inch diagonal, but that's not all to like. It's got AMD FreeSync on board to make games run smoother, and it's got screen modes that correspond to different game genres – an idea...

16 expert reviews | 218 user reviews

#107
alaScore 93

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

#108
alaScore 93

Acer Predator Z35

Unfortunately, that’s an issue that’s impossible to get over. At £1,030, you’re grossly overpaying for a panel that only offers slightly better colours and an extra 20Hz over the AOC AG352UCG. If you like the sound of a large 21:9 ultrawide gaming...

17 expert reviews | 46 user reviews

#109
alaScore 93

Acer G257HU

The Acer G257HU is a decent 1440p IPS monitor with decent picture quality and great peak brightness. The IPS display delivers good viewing angles but has very bad black uniformity. It has excellent low input lag, but gamers will be disappointed by the...

1 expert reviews | 67 user reviews

#110
alaScore 93

Acer S277HK

The Acer S227HK is a beautifully designed display with fast refresh rates and a competitive price tag. If you don't mind the rear port placement and lack of vertical height adjustment, there is plenty to like. A gorgeous IPS screen and bezel-free...

16 expert reviews | 54 user reviews

#111
alaScore 93

ViewSonic XG2703-GS

Slight flaws aside, the ViewSonic XG2703-GS is an excellent monitor. Benchmark tests reveal a few problems but they are easy to fix. And the uniformity issue we observed did not detract from real-world content in the slightest. The gameplay experience...

8 expert reviews

#112
alaScore 93

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

#113
alaScore 93

HP Omen 25

This monitor is great for the price , came on time and looks amazing .

1 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#114
alaScore 92

Asus VC239H

If you want luxuries such as an adjustable stand, or an integrated USB 3 hub, then you simply need to spend more money. If, however, you just want a good quality, compact 23in monitor that doesn't cost the earth, then there are few better options than...

1 expert reviews | 514 user reviews

#115
alaScore 92

AOC Q3277PQU

Bought this from another site in a sale. At the time of writing I could only find one professional review (French and very positive) so I took a bit of a gamble buying it but I'm so glad that I did. It's a large, well-built monitor with a fantastic...

3 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

#116
alaScore 92

Eizo CG277

The CG277 is Eizo's flagship non-4K monitor, offering the absolute finest in image quality. It boasts 99% sRGB and Adobe RGB coverage, a built-in calibration sensor, a 10-bit display with 16-bit lookup table and even includes a monitor hood that works...

5 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#117
alaScore 92

AOC U2477PWQ

This compact 4K monitor offers razor sharp picture quality out of the box and is a snug fit for surfing the web, productivity and gaming. As is typical for AOC, it's also good value.

3 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#118
alaScore 92

Dell Ultrasharp UP2516D

I bought the monitor directly from Dell in a special deal to replace my Dell Ultrasharp U2412M which I thought was excellent as well. But the colors on the UP2516D are just amazing. Pictures from my Canon 5D Mark III look amazing in both detail and...

3 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

#119
alaScore 92

ASUS MX27UQ

This is a great monitor. In fact it turned out to be my fourth 4K monitor. Here's my story. I originally had the Acer S277HKwmjdpp 27-Inch 4K2K which was visually stunning. Unfortunately this had a problem with the power (a known fault) so ended up...

3 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#120
alaScore 92

AOC Style Q2770PQU

The AOC Q2770Pqu is a fantastic monitor. Until now, the only 27in monitor we've tested that's produced a 100 per cent colour accuracy score was the £580 Ultimate award-winning Dell U2713H, but the AOC will be welcome news for those who want an...

19 expert reviews | 135 user reviews

#121
alaScore 92

NEC MultiSync EA244UHD

The NEC EA244UHD is a high-end professional monitor that packs a whopping 4K resolution into a modest 24in screen size. It's ideal for imaging professionals looking to get maximum screen real estate but in a more compact form, whether you're working in...

8 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#122
alaScore 92

Asus ProArt PA279Q

Although 24-inch 1080p IPS displays are now available under £200, good-quality 27-inch consumer panels are still a fair bit more expensive. Therefore there's not too much of a price difference between those screens and the Asus PA279Q. For the extra...

21 expert reviews | 106 user reviews

#123
alaScore 92

Asus MX27AQ

Kitguru says: If you want to upgrade to a new high grade IPS panel then the ASUS Designo MX27AQ should be right at the top of your final list.

8 expert reviews | 71 user reviews

#124
alaScore 92

BenQ XL2720Z

The XL2720Z is a large, feature-packed gaming monitor that includes a motion-blur reducing mode, ultra-low input lag and even has a remote control for using the on-screen display. A step down from the higher-resolution, FreeSync-packing XL2730Z, it's a...

18 expert reviews | 226 user reviews

#125
alaScore 92

AOC U3277PQU

The AOC U3277PQU is a high-end 4K display, with a large 32-inch screen and a specification suited to The AOC U3277PQU is a high-end 4K display, with a large 32-inch screen and a specification suited to graphic design work and gaming alike. It has a...

3 expert reviews

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