1 Asus VX279Q Review

Asus VX279Q Review

Close, but no LCD star Our first thought on unpacking the Asus VX279Q was “drat”. Not because we didn’t like the look of it. Quite the opposite: we liked it so much that we thought Asus must have sent us the wrong model. For just over £200, we ...
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2 ViewSonic XG2401 Review

ViewSonic XG2401 Review

ViewSonic isn't perhaps the first name that springs to mind when it comes to gaming monitors, but the XG2401 packs all the goodies into its shell. Like the other monitors on test this month, it uses a 24in TN panel with a 1080p resolution, and it's ...
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3 AOC I2775PQU Review: Not a good look

AOC I2775PQU Review: Not a good look

AOC I2775PQU Review - Once upon a time, PC monitors came with inch-thick matt black plastic bezels around the screen, giving even the flattest of displays a clumsy appearance that- hang on, this one’s still like that. What happened, AOC? Did you ...
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RECOMMENDED 4 Philips 276E7QDAB Review: Big screen, small price

Philips 276E7QDAB Review: Big screen, small price

Philips 276E7QDAB Review - Color science is hard. Every time we test a monitor, we analyse its picture quality using a gadget called a spectro photometer, which measures the light coming out of the screen so that we can compare it to the data that ...
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5 Iiyama ProLite XUB2792 Review

Iiyama ProLite XUB2792 Review

A middling monitor While the smallest screens (on smartphones) have got much sharper in recent years, the biggest (on 27in-plus desktop PC monitors) have lagged behind. You can now buy 4K or Ultra HD (UHD) screens, with twice the resolution of Full ...
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RECOMMENDED 6 Samsung CF791 Review: EXPENSIVE, BUT WORTH IT

Samsung CF791 Review: EXPENSIVE, BUT WORTH IT

Another fantastic quantum dot corved monitor from Samsung Samsung CF791 Review - There are two main categories for curved monitors: those built for gamers and those built for professionals. But what if you want the best of both worlds? A monitor ...
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RECOMMENDED 7 AOC Agon AG352QCX Review: High-refresh Hz meets low-res hurts

AOC Agon AG352QCX Review: High-refresh Hz meets low-res hurts

Agon AG352QCX Review - NOT LONG AGO, the basic premise of this new AOC panel would have been preposterous. Measuring 35 inches diagonally, with a superwide 21:9 aspect ratio, and capable of no fewer than 200 refresh cycles per second, along with ...
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8 Lenovo Y27g Review: Great design that isn’t matched by image quality

Lenovo Y27g Review: Great design that isn’t matched by image quality

Lenovo Y27g Review - The curved, 27-inch Lenovo Y27g is a high-end entry into the world of gaming monitors. The Y27 series makes good on gamer’s desires with a 144Hz refresh rate, frame rate smoothing technology and a big, angular ...
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9 AOC AGON AG271QX Review

AOC AGON AG271QX Review

THE NUMBER OF dedicated gaming monitors on the market continues to rise, and AOC’s new AGON line of monitors adds another fair few to the list. The TN-paneled AG271QX is the first we’ve seen from the range, and with its aggressive red and black ...
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10 Asus ROG Swift PG258Q Review

Asus ROG Swift PG258Q Review

Of you thought 144Hz was a high refresh rate then the Asus ROC Swift PG258Q points and laughs at you - its brand-new 25in 1080p TN LCD panel can refresh at a superfast rate of 240Hz. While we’ve seen 16SHz and even 180Hz monitors before, this jump ...
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RECOMMENDED 11 Asus MG248Q Gaming Monitor

Asus MG248Q Gaming Monitor

Finally, an affordable Asus gaming display If you want a seriously good gaming display, arguably there's only one brand to consider - Asus. For the last couple of years their displays have delivered the best gaming performance, with beautiful color ...
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12 ViewSonic VG2437Smc Monitor

ViewSonic VG2437Smc Monitor

ViewSonic launches a monitor with peripheral ambitions. VGA. DVI or DisplayPort output. USB 2.0 port With the advent of innovative devices like the Chromebit computer on a stick, we're likely to see monitors take on a greater part in computing ...
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