Dell S2319H, S2419H and S2719H with glossy IPS panels

Dell S2319H, S2419H and S2719H with glossy IPS panels

Update: We’re currently reviewing the S24. News piece below initially published 1st June 2018. Full HD models with IPS panels are ubiquitous and a popular choice for their all-round performance and often their reasonable price. Relatively few options exist with glossy screen surfaces, however. Notable exceptions include the Dell S2415H and Dell S2316H. The S2319H, ... Read More
 
Samsung C27JG52 and C32JG52 curved 144Hz WQHD models

Samsung C27JG52 and C32JG52 curved 144Hz WQHD models

Update: Update to clarify some differences between CJG50 and CJG52 models. News piece below initially published 23rd June 2018. The Samsung C27HG70 and C32HG70 are interesting monitors. The combination of 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution and VA panel is enticing to some, and quite a rarity in the case of the 27” model. Designed with ... Read More
 
ASUS PG27UQ 144Hz ‘4K’ monitor with G-SYNC HDR

ASUS PG27UQ 144Hz ‘4K’ monitor with G-SYNC HDR

Update: We’re currently reviewing this model. News piece below initially published 5th January 2017. The ‘4K’ UHD resolution offers a potentially rich and rewarding gaming experience, but due to bandwidth restrictions on current port controllers has been restricted to 60Hz. The ASUS PG27UQ makes use of DisplayPort 1.4, which has been available on the current ... Read More
 
BenQ EX3203R 31.5 inch 144Hz VA model with FreeSync 2

BenQ EX3203R 31.5 inch 144Hz VA model with FreeSync 2

Update: Updated model list. News piece below initially published 17th April 2018. For users after an immersive experience, a large screen that fills up a lot of their visual field both horizontally and vertically is desired. By combining support for high refresh rates with a large screen and a high-contrast VA panel, options like the ... Read More
 
ViewSonic XG2760 165Hz WQHD G-SYNC TN model

ViewSonic XG2760 165Hz WQHD G-SYNC TN model

There has been quite a focus on high refresh rate monitors recently, including models with panel types such as VA (Vertical Alignment) which aren’t generally ‘built for speed’. For users who want the fastest possible response times, TN (Twisted Nematic) panels still have the edge. The ViewSonic XG2760 makes use of a high refresh rate ... Read More
 
Nvidia G-SYNC – variable refresh rate technology

Nvidia G-SYNC – variable refresh rate technology

Update: Updated model list. News piece below initially published 19th October 2013. Traditionally monitors operate at a fixed refresh rate – commonly 60Hz, 120Hz or 144Hz. When running graphically intensive content, such as games, frame rate can be expected to fluctuate in response to varying levels of ‘demand’ from the game or application. This introduces ... Read More