1 Samsung SR75 4K UHD Review

Samsung SR75 4K UHD Review

Samsung SR75 4K UHD Space MonitorA giant leap?Disappointingly, the Samsung Space Monitor isn't South Korea’s answer to the US’s Space Force. It’s just a PC screen that comes on a desk clamp instead of a stand. This is the 32in ...
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2 AOC AGON AG352UCG6 Review

AOC AGON AG352UCG6 Review

AOC AGON AG352UCG6 The AG352UCG6 is a huge monitor from AOC's gaming brand, AGON. Its 35in diagonal positions it alongside the biggest screens on test, and its price gets you an ample set of features. The AOC includes G-Sync at a peak rate of ...
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BEST BUY 3 Iiyama ProLite X3272UHS-B1 Review: More pixels for less

Iiyama ProLite X3272UHS-B1 Review: More pixels for less

Many people use a 27in monitor with a resolution of 1920x1080 (Full HD) or 2560x1440 (QHD) pixels. It’s getting more affordable to move up to 3840x2160 (UHD, also known as 4K), but unless you work with your nose pressed against the glass, that many ...
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BEST BUY 4 AOC Q3279VWFD8 Review: Something extra

AOC Q3279VWFD8 Review: Something extra

The Q3279VWFD8 replaces another AOC monitor, the Q3279VWF. To save you reading that four times, it’s just the same model number without the ‘D8’. Read our AOC Q3279VWFD8 Review.Although it looks almost identical, it has a completely different ...
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GREAT PICK 5 BenQ EX3203R Review

BenQ EX3203R Review

It's hard to argue with a 32in monitor comes with HDR support, a 144Hz refresh rate, support for active sync in games and even an 1800R curve to wrap its image around your peripheral vision. Read our BenQ EX3203R Review.There are a ...
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RECOMMENDED 6 Philips 436M6 Review: Beautiful, but only from a distance

Philips 436M6 Review: Beautiful, but only from a distance

HDR MONITOROut of the box, the 436M6 packs an intriguing feature set. It's one of the first PC monitors to be granted full VESA Display HDR 1000 certification.Converting an HDTV into a large-scale PC monitor—which is basically what ...
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RECOMMENDED 7 MSI Optix MPG27CQ Review: A VA panel living in an IPS world…

MSI Optix MPG27CQ Review: A VA panel living in an IPS world…

Picture a PC monitor, with high refresh rates, low response times, snazzy styling, and RGB mood lighting. Looks a lot like a new ROG gaming monitor from ASUS, right? Indeed it does, but it also describes MSI's new Optix MPG27CQ. Read our MSI ...
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8 AOC I1601FWUX Review: Work smarter wherever your laptop goes

AOC I1601FWUX Review: Work smarter wherever your laptop goes

AOC I1601FWUX Review - There's one big problem with carrying a MacBook or ultra thin PC laptop around: the lack of screen space for your windows. Without a generous helping of screen estate, it's just not possible to function quite as efficiently as ...
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9 ViewSonic XG3220 Review: Big panel, puny pixels

ViewSonic XG3220 Review: Big panel, puny pixels

ViewSonic XG3220 Review - Puny pixels are a big deal. The smaller the pixels, the sharper, crisper, and more detailed the display. For smartphones and tablets, pixel density is all the rage - pixel counts offered by such devices are on the up, while ...
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RECOMMENDED 10 Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ Review

Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ Review

Yes, you read that price correctly. What could possibly justify such a high price? Quite a lot, as it happens. Although its size may be relatively modest, every other aspect of this display is at the bleeding edge of tech available right now. Read ...
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11 Samsung C49J89 Review

Samsung C49J89 Review

Samsung C49J89 Review So you said you wanted widescreen...Stop that. It's silly. This, we wager, is roughly what goes through your mind as you regard Samsung's latest ubertron, the C49J89. It isn't just physically huge in objective ...
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12 BenQ PD3200Q Review

BenQ PD3200Q Review

The designer monitor that lets you work how you want to What good is a high-spec PC for producing content if you don't have a monitor that can display your creations in their max resolution? Not just any monitor will do if you're using it for ...
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