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BenQ XL2730Z with WQHD resolution and Adaptive-Sync

Having a high refresh rate is great for fast-paced gaming. But in many circumstances it is difficult to consistently sustain a frame rate which matches the refresh rate of the monitor. If the user disables VSync in such a situation, they can expect tearing and juddering. If they enable VSync they can expect stuttering and … Read More


Samsung U24E590D and U28E590D – UHD Adaptive-Sync

In this article and various reviews, we’ve explored how variable refresh rate technologies can help provide a smoother gaming experience than fixed refresh rates when the frame rate varies. We’ve also explored the 3840 x 2160 ‘4K’ Ultra High Definition resolution and indeed how demanding it can be on modern games titles with detail settings … Read More


Dell S2719DM

Author: Adam Simmons Date published: April 6th 2018 Introduction The WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution is one that many users are very comfortable with on 27” monitors. The respectable pixel density and decent screen size provide a good useable work area and good levels of detail and clarity for images and gaming. The range of … Read More


Dell S2419HM and S2719DM Ultrathins with HDR

Update: Our review of the 27″ model is now online. News piece below initially published 4th February 2018. Dell have now released a number of models which are ‘HDR (High Dynamic Range) capable’. That doesn’t necessarily mean they fully support the technology and get the best out of HDR content, however. The Dell S2419HM and … Read More


ASUS VG258Q 144Hz Full HD TN model with FreeSync

Pretty much all ~24” 144Hz monitors make use of the same panel. A panel that has been used with little variation since 2011; the AU Optronics M240HW01. A newer variant of this panel is now in circulation, with the AOC G2590PX being one of the first models to make use of the new variant. The … Read More


ASUS PA32UC

Author: Adam Simmons Date published: March 5th 2018 Introduction When it comes to a combination of high pixel density and a good amount of useful screen ‘real-estate’, ~32” UHD models stand out as excellent choices. The ASUS PA32UC adopts a 32” ‘4K’ UHD IPS-type panel and couples it with a number of attractive features, including … Read More