RECOMMENDED 1 BenQ EX3501R Review: An ultrawide monitor with HDR

BenQ EX3501R Review: An ultrawide monitor with HDR

BenQ EX3501R Review - BenQ's EX3501R sports an enviable spec for its price tag. This curved 35in panel supports AMD FreeSync and HDR, and has a 3,440 x 1,440 resolution. That resolution delivers a 106ppi density level, which is as good as ...
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2 AOC G2590PX Review

AOC G2590PX Review

AOC G2590PX Review - If you're an avid competitive PC gamer, a fast 144Hz gaming monitor provides a huge leap in responsiveness over a regular 60Hz screen, assuming your graphics card can keep up with the required frame rate. The smoother frame rate ...
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3 Dell UP3218K Review: High DPI comes to the desktop

Dell UP3218K Review: High DPI comes to the desktop

Dell UP3218K Review - We live in a world where tablet computers with high-DPI displays are given away in boxes of breakfast cereal. Well, almost. Such pixel-dense panels are certainly standard on everything from tablets to low-end smartphones. But ...
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RECOMMENDED 4 AOC G2460VQ6 review: Two feet is better than one

AOC G2460VQ6 review: Two feet is better than one

AOC G2460VQ6 review - This 24 in monitor is marketed to gamers, which explains the ‘exciting’ red stripe along its bottom edge. For a tidy-looking Full HD screen, though, it’s too good to be used solely by people who like zapping aliens. It’s based ...
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5 Philips 328P6AUBREB review: Quality in depth

Philips 328P6AUBREB review: Quality in depth

Philips 328P6AUBREB review - This is one of the new HDR (high dynamic range) monitors, designed to bring more depth to images rather than just more pixels. In fact, it’s decidedly average on the pixel front, providing a conventional 2560x1440. ...
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RECOMMENDED 6 BenQ GL2580HM review: A more minimal monitor

BenQ GL2580HM review: A more minimal monitor

BenQ GL2580HM review - How much should you pay for a monitor? Prices have gone up in the last couple of years. BenQ’s GW2270H, it’s still a bargain. At 21.5in, though, it’s on the small side. This 24.5in model has the same Full HD resolution ...
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BEST BUY 7 Philips 241b7qpjkeb review: Good things in a small package

Philips 241b7qpjkeb review: Good things in a small package

Philips 241b7qpjkeb review - There was a time when we thought all monitors would soon be 27in. Anything bigger than that was too expensive. Anything smaller wasn’t so much cheaper that it was worth sacrificing the extra inches. The only catch was ...
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8 Acer ET430K Review: IPS visuals on a truly epic scale

Acer ET430K Review: IPS visuals on a truly epic scale

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a monitor is the best long-term investment you can make for your PC. Read our Acer ET430K Review. Or it used to be. Go back a decade, and the greatest flat panel was Dell’s 3007, a 30-inch beast with ...
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RECOMMENDED 9 AOC Q3279VWF Review: Best monitor for photo editing

AOC Q3279VWF Review: Best monitor for photo editing

What’s the best monitor for photo editing? Read our AOC Q3279VWF Review. I want to upgrade my partner’s PC monitor for Christmas. She’s into photography and currently has a BenQ G2420HD. What would you suggest? Keith Gladwell Your priority ...
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10 LG 43UD79 Review: UHD 4K 43-INCH MONITOR

LG 43UD79 Review: UHD 4K 43-INCH MONITOR

LG 43UD79 Review - LG UHD 4K 43-INCH MONITOR 43UD79 - USING A MONITOR THE SIZE OF A TV ISN’T AS AWESOME AS IT SOUNDS The LG 43UD79 is a huge ultra HD monitor. At 43-inches diagonally, it is larger than many people's living room televisions. ...
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11 Asus ROG Strix XG27VQ Curved Freesync Gaming Monitor

Asus ROG Strix XG27VQ Curved Freesync Gaming Monitor

Asus ROG Strix XG27VQ Freesync Curved Gaming Monitor Review - 1o8op AMD gamers that need high frame rate support will love this monitor 1080p gaming may be overshadowed by 4K, but it's still the sweet spot for gamers who prefer smooth motion over ...
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RECOMMENDED 12 Asus ROG Swift PG27VQ Review

Asus ROG Swift PG27VQ Review

Asus ROG Swift PG27VQ Review - 165Hz refresh rate plus 1ms latency equals the smoothest gaming monitor around The Asus ROG Swift PG27VQ is, on paper, the perfect match for a fast GPU that spits out hundreds of frames per second at 1440p in your ...
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