1 ViewSonic XG2703 Review

ViewSonic XG2703 Review

VIEWSONIC XG2703 - PURE GAMING PROWESS And now we come to our final display review, which tends towards the very high end of the spectrum. Designed first and foremost for gamers, it's packed with every feature that will give pro-gamers a ...
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RECOMMENDED 2 SAMSUNG CFG70 Review: QUANTUM DOT STRUTS ITS STUFF

SAMSUNG CFG70 Review: QUANTUM DOT STRUTS ITS STUFF

SAMSUNG CFG70 Review - When we first saw this display at CES 2017 in Vegas, we were absolutely blown away. Leveraging technology from Samsung's TV range, it cranked out an image quality we're simply not accustomed to when it comes to the PC. That ...
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RECOMMENDED 3 PHILIPS 276E7 Review: CHEAP BUT NOT NASTY

PHILIPS 276E7 Review: CHEAP BUT NOT NASTY

Yes, that price is indeed correct. It's now possible to buy a 27in display for less than even if it is only a dollar cheaper. If you're looking for the cheapest possible 27in display on the market, look no further. Now, obviously there are going to ...
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4 Asus Designo MX34VQ Review

Asus Designo MX34VQ Review

Asus Designo MX34VQ The latest Asus screen ups the slickness ante remember when Asus more or less just made motherboards, or at least that's how it seemed? No, us neither. Today, the Taiwanese megacorp has its fingers in so many pies, it's hard ...
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RECOMMENDED 5 SAMSUNG C27HG70 Review: Curved QHD monitor

SAMSUNG C27HG70 Review: Curved QHD monitor

You can reduce the perceived response time by enabling backlight strobing Samsung hasn't really been known for its gaming monitors in the past, but it's aiming to change that perception with its latest line-up. With a slew of new ...
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RECOMMENDED 6 VIEWSONIC XG2700-4K Review: More pixels for work and play

VIEWSONIC XG2700-4K Review: More pixels for work and play

Monitors have been typically 27 inches for years, but their resolution keeps rising. While many are Full HD (1920x1080 pixels), pricier models increase this to 2560x1440, which packs in a bit more Windows desktop space at the expense of making icons and text slightly smaller. The next step, however, is a much bigger one - to 3840x2160, also known as 4K.
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7 LG 34UC79G Review: Choose pixels or performance?

LG 34UC79G Review: Choose pixels or performance?

Can fewer pixels actually add up to more gaming fun? That's the new LG 34UC79G's core proposition. At 34 inches and with a 21:9 aspect ratio, you might expect LG's gaming panel to pack 3,440 x 1,440 pixels. Instead, it rocks a mere 2,560 x 1,080, ...
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RECOMMENDED 8 LG 34UC79G-B Review

LG 34UC79G-B Review

L34UC79G-B is a curved 34in widescreen unit that supports FreeSync at 144Hz, so we were surprised that it costs, seriously undercutting many other curved panels on the market. The biggest reason for the affordable price is the 2,560 x 1,080 ...
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9 AOC AGON AG271UG Review

AOC AGON AG271UG Review

AOC’s latest premium panel comes at a price We live in an age when tablet computers with high-DPI IPS screens are handed out in boxes of Corn Flakes (other corn based cereals are available). Well, almost. Similarly, you’re nobody in the ...
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10 BenQ EW3270ZL Review: Big, bright 32-inch display that’s easy on the eyes

BenQ EW3270ZL Review: Big, bright 32-inch display that’s easy on the eyes

BenQ EW3270ZL Review - With its screen size of 32-inches, the BenQ EW3270ZL Eye-Care Monitor is one of the largest monitor you could plonk on your desk, but for an asking price it’s far from being the most expensive. BenQ has an excellent pedigree ...
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11 IIYAMA ProLite XUB2792QSU-B1 Review: Packs in a huge amount for just shy

IIYAMA ProLite XUB2792QSU-B1 Review: Packs in a huge amount for just shy

Very few 27in, 2,560x1,440 IPS monitors can claim to have a price this low, so it’s good value right off the bat, but Iiyama hasn’t skimped in making this a winning combination of pin-sharpness, ergonomics and connectivity. Read our IIYAMA ...
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12 PHILIPS 349X7FJEW Review: A gorgeous-looking display with solid image quality

PHILIPS 349X7FJEW Review: A gorgeous-looking display with solid image quality

PHILIPS 349X7FJEW Review - THE PHILLIPS 349X7FJEW has won a Red Dot Design award, and it’s not hard to see why: this ultra-wide 34in, 3,440x1,440 display looks fantastic. We’re not always fans of curved displays, but the 349X7FJEW’s gentle sweep ...
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