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ASUS PG278QR Review: 165Hz G-SYNC Gaming Monitor

The ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278QR is a new and updated version of the PG278Q gaming monitor. Apart from the panel type difference, the ASUS PG278QR PC monitor maintains all the key features and qualities of its predecessor with the addition of the quicker response time of its TN panel which makes it the ultimate gaming

Dell Alienware AW2518H Preview: 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor (Dell Alienware AW2518HF with FreeSync)

Alienware, a subsidiary of Dell, has released their first gaming monitors with native 240Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time for the smoothest competitive gameplay. The gaming monitors will be available in two versions with G-Sync, the Dell Alienware AW2518H and with FreeSync, the Dell Alienware AW2518HF, so you can pick yours according to your graphics card.

Acer XF250Q Preview: FreeSync 240Hz Gaming Monitor (Acer XF250QA)

Acer will soon release their own 240Hz gaming monitor dubbed as the Acer XF250Q. The monitor will also be available as the Acer XF250QA model with an additional HDMI 2.0 port, four USB 3.0 hub, the Motion Blur Reduction feature, and thinner bezels. In terms of image quality and performance, the monitors will be identical and

Samsung C49HG90 Preview: 32:9 QLED HDR 144Hz Gaming Monitor with FreeSync 2

Samsung has just recently announced three new curved displays that will feature 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, HDR support, and quantum-dot technology for both smooth gameplay performance and astonishing image quality. The most exciting display among the three is the Samsung C49HG90 which will feature a double Full HD resolution at 32:9 ultra-wide aspect

ASUS ROG Strix XG32VQ Preview: ASUS FreeSync Gaming Monitors (ASUS XG27VQ, ASUS XG258Q)

First off, we have the ASUS ROG Strix XG27VQ which we have already written about here along with the ASUS ROG Swift PG27VQ 165Hz model. It's a 27-inch 1800R curved monitor with 144Hz refresh rate and Full HD resolution. Next up, the ASUS ROG Strix XG258Q offers a whopping 240Hz refresh rate, 1080p, and a

AOG AGON AG251FG Preview: G-Sync Gaming Monitor Offers [email protected] or [email protected]

AOC's latest addition to the AGON series of gaming monitors, the AOC AGON AG251FG will let you choose between playing at Full HD 1080p resolution with 200Hz refresh rate or at 1440p with a solid 144Hz. In addition to this unique ability, the AOC AG251FG will provide you with the rapid 1ms response time and

Philips BDM4037UW Review: 40-Inch Curved 4K Monitor

Philips has recently announced this enormous and beauteous 40-inch display which will feature a 4K UHD resolution, plenty of connectivity options, and a 10-bit VA panel. The Philips BDM4037UW is the latest of the Brilliance series monitors, it involves a curved screen with a 3000R curvature for a stunningly immersive viewing experience. This enticing display

LG 27UD69P Review: 4K UHD IPS FreeSync Gaming Monitor

LG has decided to upgrade one of their most praised 4K gaming models, the LG 27UD68 which we've already reviewed, with a newer and improved version dubbed as the LG 27UD69P. In addition to adding pivot and height adjustment options, the LG 27UD69P PC monitor offers a higher static contrast ratio for a more brilliant

ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ and Acer Predator X35 Preview: Curved Ultra-Wide 200Hz Monitors With G-Sync HDR

Besides announcing a bunch of new awesome laptops at Computex 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan, ASUS has demonstrated a revolutionary 200Hz ultra-wide gaming monitor with G-Sync HDR and quantum dots, the ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ. This ultimate gaming machine will take video games to a whole new level yet it will require significantly lesser graphics power

Samsung C27H711 Review: Curved FreeSync Monitor With The Quantum-Dot Display (Samsung C32H711)

With the Samsung CH711 series, Samsung Electronics combines the quantum-dot technology with their acclaimed thin-bezel curved design in order to bring fascinating image quality to casual gamers and offices. Although most gamers will be repulsed by the rather mediocre 60Hz refresh rate, some more casual players won't be bothered by it and manage to enjoy

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