Dell UP2718Q ‘4K’ HDR model with 384 dimming zones

‘HDR’ (High Dynamic Range) is all the rage at the moment (if you’re a marketeer), with many monitor manufacturers keen to support HDR content in some way or another. The Dell UP2718Q doesn’t diverge too much from the manufacturer’s other current UltraSharp models, going for a modern home-office look. The bezels are matte black plastic and of reasonable thickness; a single-stage design is used here rather than a dual-stage design with very slender outer bezels combined with a thin panel border.

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AOC AG251FG 240Hz model with G-SYNC

Gamers of all levels can appreciate having a monitor with higher refresh rate. The ‘connected feel’ and decreased perceived blur that comes about when such a monitor is coupled with a high frame rate can quite literally be a game-changer. The AOC AG251FG is another addition to the ever-expanding line of AGON models, designed with competitive gaming in mind.

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Nvidia G-SYNC – variable refresh rate technology

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 something of a dilemma for gamers in particular. They are forced to choose one of two main options that determine how the GPU handles its ‘passing of frames’ to the monitor– ‘VSync off’ or ‘VSync on’.

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ViewSonic XG2530 240Hz gaming monitor

As explored in this article, there are several factors to consider when it comes to monitor responsiveness. Of particular importance for gamers is a high refresh rate, which when coupled with high frame rates and rapid pixel response times can deliver exactly the sort of experience they’re after. For competitive gamers looking for the biggest possible edge from their monitor, the ViewSonic XG2530 represents an interesting proposition.

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AOC AG322QCX WQHD 144Hz VA model

The number of monitors available with significantly higher refresh rates than the standard 60Hz has been steadily increasing in recent times. For those who like large screens but also appreciate decent pixel densities and want to stick with the 16:9 aspect ratio, the choice has been a bit limited thus far. The AOC AG322QCX, which belongs to the rapidly expanding line of AGON models, may be just what such users have been waiting for.

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Acer Z35P with 3440 x 1440, 120Hz and G-SYNC

The AOC AG352UCG has proven itself to be a highly capable gaming monitor. It combines a 100Hz VA panel with pretty decent pixel responsiveness, low input lag, a 3440 x 1440 resolution and Nvidia G-SYNC. The Acer Z35P (not to be confused with the older Z35) is a new member of the company’s Predator line-up of gaming monitors.

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