Display & Monitors
ASUS ROG Strix XG43VQ Review
ROG Strix XG43VQ Super Ultra-Wide HDR Gaming Monitor — 43-inch 32:10 (3840 x 1200), 120Hz, Freesync Premium Pro, DisplayHDR 400, DCI-P3 90%, Shadow Boost
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Samsung LC49HG90DMUXEN Review: 49″ Curved LED Monitor
- Discover the groundbreaking 49-inch super ultra-wide 32:9 monitor with new metal Quantum dot technology and VA panel with 1ms response time
- The fast 144Hz screen refresh rate ensures you flawlessly smooth action scenes even in games with high frame rates. And you can adjust the...
MSI Optix MAG241C Review: Curved 144hz 1Ms Gaming Monitor
- 23.6" Curved VA panel (1920 x 1080 Full HD)
- Refresh rate : 144 Hz; Response time : 1ms
- Wide Viewed Angle with 1500R Curvature
- Blue Light Reduction and Anti-Flicker Technology
- Supported by MSI Exclusive monitor configuration software - MSI OSD App
Acer Predator Z35P Review
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Take in the full view, the curved, panoramic 1800R view, a view that pulls you in, wraps around your vision and refuses to let go; There are so many beautiful pixels on this UltraWide QHD display, The cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio is ideal for RPG...
ASUS TUF VG27AQ Review: HDR10 QHD Gaming Monitor
Tuf Gaming VG27AQ is a 27-inch, WQHD (2560x1440), HDR IPS display with an ultrafast 155Hz* designed for professional gamers and those seeking immersive gameplay. Those are some serious specs, but not even the most exciting thing The VG27AQ has in store. For the first time in any gaming monitor,...
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BenQ EX3203R Review
EX3203R delivers wondrous personal gaming entertainment with flawless image performance. Featuring fine HDR technology, FreeSync 2 and 144HZ, one-cable USB-C connectivity and environment-adaptive Brightness Intelligence Plus technology, EX3203R ensures an immersive and comfort gaming experience...
ASUS ROG Strix XG438Q Review
Rog Strix XG438Q is an HDR gaming monitor that offers the perfect balance of smooth visuals and high contrast HDR performance for incredibly immersive gameplay. It features a 43-inch 4K panel with an astonishing 120Hz refresh rate, high Dynamic Range (HDR) technology with 90% DCI-P3 professional...
AOC C32G1 Review
Newcomer in the range, AOC C32G1, 80, 01 cm (31, 5 Pouces), 144Hz, Free Sync, VA - DP, HDMI will satisfy a lot. Mainly aimed at demanding players, this material will meet your expectations.Wall mountable (VESA compatible)
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Dell S2719DM Review: 27″ IPS Monitor
The ultrathin S2719DM - an unparalleled view. With peak brightness of 600 nits, you get brilliant pictures and the brightest ultrathin monitors. Sheer brilliance: 600 nits brightness is brighter than a typical monitor panel, so you get a great view, even in bright areas or high ambient...
Samsung C49RG90 Review: Super Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor
The Samsung 49-Inch Super Ultra wide Curved WQHD Monitor is the hardware your gaming has been waiting for. With a curved monitor, your entire field of vision can be immersed in gameplay. The ability to see your whole experience will take your gaming to the next level. The super ultra wide display...
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HP Pavilion Monitor Review: 32″ Quad-HD
80. 01 cm (31. 5") diagonal Quad HD resolution display designed for entertainment and productivity Take entertainment and productivity to new heights with a massive 80. 01 cm (31. 5") diagonal display. With its ultrawide viewing angle and Quad HD resolution, everything on-screen appears big,...
HP 27Q Review: 27″ FreeSync Monitor
From casual gaming to streaming the latest entertainment, this vivid 27-inch diagonal QHD brings your content to life. Plus, with bold colours and a realistic picture—your view is always eye-catching. The PLS monitor models are designed with PLS (Plane to Line Switching) display technology which...