Philips 328M6FJMB 2560 x 1440 curved 144Hz VA model

Since it was unveiled earlier in the year, the AOC AG322QCX has generated quite a lot of interest for its combination of 144Hz VA panel and 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution. Philips, which is closely allied to AOC (both members of TPV Technology), has its own similar model in production. The Philips 328M6FJMB, memorably named as the company’s products usually are, makes use of a similar 144Hz 2560 x 1440 VA panel but offers alternative features and aesthetics.

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Acer RC271U slender WQHD model

With a lot of news coverage recently being about models aimed at gamers, with high refresh rate or fancy backlight and suchlike, it’s easy to forget some users want something a bit simpler. The Acer RC271U of the RC1 series provides a slender and minimalistic addition to the manufacturer’s line-up. It features the popular combination of WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution, 27” screen size and IPS-type (In-Plane Switching or similar) panel.

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Samsung U32H850 with ‘4K’ VA panel and Quantum Dots

A screen size of ~32” is something of a sweet spot for the ‘4K’ UHD resolution, in our experience. The balance between comfortable scaling-free viewing and clarity is excellent. The AOC U3277PWQU distinguished itself from many alternatives of this size and resolution by offering a VA (Vertical Alignment) panel. The Samsung U32H850 makes use of a similar panel, combining this with a Quantum Dot LED backlight solution.

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Samsung S25HG50 144Hz TN model

Samsung has recently re-entered the gaming monitor scene after a notable absence for several years. Their smallest offering, the C24FG70, offers a unique experience with its high refresh rate VA (Vertical Alignment) panel. But not everybody likes to have a curve on their screen, subtle though it may seem when you’re using the screen. And moreover, there are some imperfections in responsiveness due to the panel type used.

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Dell UP3017Q ‘4K’ UHD OLED monitor

We’ve seen some exciting developments recently – the growing range of ‘UltraWide’ curved displays which we’re particularly fond of and the increasing number of ‘4K’ UHD monitors. But none of these have had us quite as giddy with excitement as the Dell UP3017Q (UP3017QA if you go for the option with monitor arm) – a new member of the UltraSharp series featuring an OLED (Organic LED) panel.

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Samsung U28H750 ‘4K’ UHD monitor with Quantum Dots

For users interested in a reasonably large screen that supports the ‘4K’ UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) but doesn’t break the bank, the 28” models with TN panels are often popular choices. In fact the first ever UHD model we reviewed, the Samsung U28D590D, used such a panel. A newer model was released that was rather similar aside from the addition of AMD FreeSync support; the U28E590D.

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