Samsung M8 Smart Monitor Review

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A SINGLE DEVICE for all your computing and media consumption needs? That could be the Samsung M8 Smart Monitor. It not only integrates Samsung’s full SmartTV platform, it even supports basic web browsing without the need to hook up a PC. More realistically, most users will be plugging a laptop in via the M8’s slick, … Read more

Apple Studio Display Review

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YOU WILL LEARN About the features and tech used in the Apple Studio Display IT’S USING THE SAME TYPE OF DISPLAY PANEL AS THE NOW–DISCONTINUED 27–INCH iMAC THE NEW MAC Studio, with its M1 Max and Ultra chips, has attracted mostly rave reviews ever since it was unveiled at Apple’s special launch event in March. … Read more

How to choose your next display

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Shopping for a new monitor? We break down all the specs that matter, from refresh rate to panel type and beyond. MELISSA PERENSON reports First, the good news: most modern PC monitors are rather decent. Read our How to choose your next display. Their minimum brightness, contrast, and colour accuracy have improved significantly over the past … Read more

Huawei MateStation X Review

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If you stopped to look at the price of this PC before reaching the first few lines of this review, you may already be in shock. An £ PC is much more expensive than our usual review models, but we know from your emails that many readers might consider spending this much on a PC … Read more

HP Omen 27c Review

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There’s a lot to like about the spec list attached to HP’s Omen 27c. This monitor’s 27in panel has a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, a 240Hz refresh rate that’s compatible with both FreeSync and G-Sync, and a VA panel with a 1ms response time. It has a 1000R curve too, which does a great job … Read more

Dell S2722DZ Review


We’ve seen a handful of new monitors recently with built-in webcams, such as the excellent Philips 243B9H (see our review, Issue 613) and the slightly less impressive Asus BE24EQK (see Issue 611) – both are 24in models. If you want a larger monitor with an integrated webcam that isn’t overloaded with features aimed at gamers, … Read more

AOC U28G2XU Review

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The AOC U28G2XU is the cheapest 144Hz 4K display we’ve yet seen. As you’d expect for this price, the U28G2XU isn’t a particularly flashy monitor. Its build is simple and minimalistic, but not to the point we’d be concerned about any build quality failings. The stand offers height, pivot, rotation and tilt adjustment, as well as … Read more


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This is the first time we’ve seen one of Huawei’s gaming displays, and this 27in unit arrives with a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, a 165Hz refresh rate and slick design. It’s not cheap though – its £ price makes it more expensive than any comparatively specified rival we’ve recently reviewed. Read our HUAWEI MATEVIEW GT27 … Read more


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Available for under £,the LG UltraGear 32GP850 provides a large 32in screen size and a rapid 165Hz (overclockable to 180Hz) refresh rate. What’s more, it uses LG’s Nano IPS panel technology for class-leading response time and what should be solid image quality. Read our LG ULTRAGEAR 32GP850 Review. [wpsm_toplist] It’s an attractive-looking bit of kit, … Read more

4K Monitors Group Test

Years ago, we would have conducted a group test on CGA monitors, and through the years that group would have moved on to VGA, SVGA, WXGA, HD and now 4K. 4K is the darling of the viewing world at present, the key resolution that we’re being persuaded to use hence forth – until 8K or … Read more