A short format review looking at this impressive office and home working focused monitor from Philips. With a 31.5″ 4K IPS panel, USB type-C docking, Windows Hello pop-up webcam and a wide range of features to enhance productivity and user experience
A short format review looking at this 28″ display from Acer in their Nitro series. With a 3840 x 2160 4K resolution IPS panel, FreeSync support and a low price.
The new 27″ gaming display from Dell, featuring a 1440p IPS panel combined with 240Hz refresh rate. Also including G-sync Ultimate certification, HDR 600 and wide colour gamut.
The new 37.5″ ultrawide gaming display from Dell as part of their popular Alienware line-up. With a Nano IPS panel, 3840 x 1600 resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms G2G response time, HDR 600 and NVIDIA G-sync Ultimate certification.
The new 32″ sized ROG Swift screen from Asus with 2560 x 1440 resolution, 1ms G2G response time, 175Hz refresh rate, G-sync/FreeSync support and ELMB-sync motion blur reduction.
The new flagship 27″ monitor from LG offering 4K resolution and 160Hz refresh rate. Supported by DSC technology and offering VRR from both NVIDIA and AMD systems. Also including hardware calibration and HDR600 support.
The exciting new OLED screen from LG, now available in 48″ size and a popular choice for those wanting the benefits of OLED but as a desktop PC display. With 4K, 120Hz refresh, G-sync/FreeSync support and high end HDR capabilities. How does it perform as a desktop monitor specifically?
The brand new 360Hz refresh rate monitor from Asus designed for professional gamers and esports and offering the latest and greatest specs. 24.5″ in size with a 1080p Fast IPS panel, Native G-sync and 1ms G2G response time.
Having already reviewed the 27″ model we now take a look at the larger 31.5″ G7 display. With 1440p resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, a VA panel and steep 1000R curvature. Is it as good as the smaller model?
A detailed look at the latest 240Hz VA gaming screen from Samsung, in their new Odyssey G7 range. This 27″ model features a 2560 x 1440 resolution, adaptive-sync, HDR 600 support and a steep 1000R curvature.