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Updated: 25-03-2019 01:44
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#26
alaScore 96

LG 34UC89G-B

For gamers who need G-Sync and want a lot of screen real estate, the LG 34UC89G is a solid choice.

8 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#27
alaScore 96

Dell UltraSharp U3818DW

If your applications require an accurate sRGB/Rec.709 monitor, the Dell U3818DW delivers excellent accuracy without calibration. After a few adjustments, it becomes an even more precise tool for graphic artists and photographers. With its 38” curved...

7 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#28
alaScore 96

BenQ EL2870U

Bottom Line: Budget-friendly and FreeSync-capable, the 28-inch EL2870U exhibits fast pixel response and minimal input lag that make fast-motion graphics a breeze, but it has some trouble with colors.

4 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

#29
alaScore 95

Samsung C49HG90

As a gaming monitor, the Samsung C49HG90 delivers a unique experience that can’t be duplicated by any other display. It has ample speed thanks to a 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync 2, plus very low input lag. Color is excellent thanks to a quantum dot...

6 expert reviews | 52 user reviews

#30
alaScore 95

BenQ SW2700PT

If you’re not such a serious editor, then the Samsung C34F791 is a good alternative. It has a higher resolution (3,440x1,440), a larger, ultrawide 34 panel and excellent colour accuracy, albeit a shade off what the SW2700PT delivers. However, the price...

17 expert reviews | 56 user reviews

#31
alaScore 95

ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q

Asus has made its fastest refresh rate monitor yet. The PG258Q goes all the way up to 240Hz, making it a potentially great shout for competitive gamers.

16 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#32
alaScore 95

Benq EX3200R

With high quality craftsmanship, superb display quality, and a silky-smooth refresh rate, the BenQ EX3200R is a superb gaming monitor. At 1080p, it’s just not as sharp as it could be, and if you sit close enough, you’ll be able to really pick out those...

4 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#33
alaScore 95

Acer Predator XB252Q

For gamers seeking the highest possible framerates, there is nothing faster than the Acer Predator XB252Q and its cousin from Asus. Despite a relatively low pixel density and merely average contrast, it offers a play experience that is second to none....

7 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#34
alaScore 95

AOC AGON AG352QCX

This is an excellent gaming monitor that will make you feel like you’re in the midst of the action while playing, and it’s packed full of fantastic features that make it a worthy addition to your gaming rig.

3 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#35
alaScore 95

AOC AG251FZ

The AOC Agon AG251FZ is one of a handful of new 240Hz refresh rate gaming monitors that have just hit the market. These new displays offer a much higher refresh rate than the 144Hz panels that have come before them, and look to be the perfect choice...

6 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#36
alaScore 95

AOC AG271QX

What’s impressive about this monitor is that it’s strong across the board. It’s not only a great gaming screen but also a superb all-rounder, with accurate colours, fantastic build quality and design, plus a wide range of inputs and outputs. That makes...

12 expert reviews | 42 user reviews

#37
alaScore 95

HP Omen X 35

Our HP Omen X 35 review shows that this screen looks good, has great design and has a solid set of features, including Nvidia G-Sync and a huge curved screen with a high resolution.

4 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#38
alaScore 95

Philips 349X7FJEW

Massive curved widescreens with high resolutions might not quite be right for gaming just yet, since A 34 inch curved screen with a high 3,440 x 1,440 resolution and Freesync support.

8 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#39
alaScore 95

Benq EW3270U 31.5"

Aside from a few grayscale flaws in HDR mode, the EW3270U has no real issues to bring it down. It provides a decent gaming experience with FreeSync and LFC, and delivers the best DCI-P3 gamut we’ve measured to date. HDR support means extra dynamic...

3 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#40
alaScore 95

AOC U3277PWQU

The AOC U3277PWQU is as good as it gets for a monitor of this size with a 4K resolution. Availability is still tricky but should improve shortly. Whether or not it is worth paying a big premium for an extra 3.5-inches of diagonal – compared to 28-inch...

6 expert reviews | 33 user reviews

#41
alaScore 95

ASUS ROG Strix XG27VQ

There are marginally cheaper 144Hz capable screens than this one, but they won't have the same visual impact as this one will create on your desk. Admittedly some of the more glitzy features aren't well considered, but you can deactivate them if they...

3 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#42
alaScore 95

Acer Predator X34

This 34-inch, ultra-wide QHD curved monitor offers one of the most immersive gaming experiences outside of wearing a VR headset.

24 expert reviews | 297 user reviews

#43
alaScore 95

Philips BDM4350UC

A whopping 43-inch monitor that truly needs a large room to fully appreciate its physical scale and 4K resolution. While the sRGB gamut range is decent, and the refresh rate high, this panel does suffer from backlighting issues and poor port placement,...

9 expert reviews | 96 user reviews

#44
alaScore 95

Acer KG221Q

The Acer may not have the best colours or uniformity, but this surprisingly cheap panel is fine for gaming. The Acer’s main compromise is the small diagonal when it’s stacked up against other screens in this group test. Still, it offers FreeSync, great...

2 expert reviews | 81 user reviews

#45
alaScore 95

Samsung C49J890

This mega-wide monitor is fantastically versatile and has great image quality, making it well worth a look.

1 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#46
alaScore 95

HP Omen 27

The HP OMEN 27 is an LCD QHD monitor with a TN panel. It has decent picture quality and is more suitable for brighter environments as it can get bright and can handle reflections well. It has excellent motion handling with support for G-Sync variable...

1 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

#47
alaScore 95

Dell UltraSharp U2717D

It's not the most feature-packed monitor you can get for the money, but the Dell UltraSharp 27 (U2717D) is a fine general-purpose display.

7 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

#48
alaScore 95

Acer Predator XB272

If you just need it for high-frame-rate gaming, the Acer Predator XB272 is a great option. But otherwise it's a bit lackluster for the money as a general-purpose monitor.

5 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#49
alaScore 95

AOC AG271QG

The AG271QG looks great. Everything from colour accuracy and contrast to uniformity and viewing angles are spot on, as you’d hope for such a pricey display. It’s punchy, colourful and just generally a pleasure to look at.

11 expert reviews | 36 user reviews

#50
alaScore 95

AOC C4008UV8

For a multitalented monitor in tight spaces, the AOC C4008VU8 4K UHD, 40-inch display might be the right fit. But overall, it's not knockout for the money.

3 expert reviews

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