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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

Philips 349P7FUBEB curved 100Hz VA UltraWide

Having used a number of 100Hz curved VA UltraWides, we feel they tick a lot of important boxes for both productivity and an immersive entertainment experience. The strong contrast and lack of ‘IPS glow’ also compel some users to choose them over IPS alternatives. The Philips 349P7FUBEB adopts a 100Hz VA panel, with 1800R curve … Read More

ASUS CG32 UHD VA model with DisplayHDR 600

With support for the ‘4K’ UHD resolution and technologies like HDR and AMD FreeSync, modern games consoles like the Xbox One X deliver some pretty nice capabilities. In many respects the line between monitors which are good for PC gaming and good for console gaming are becoming increasingly blurred. The Philips 436M6VBPAB is a good … Read More

Philips 436M6VBPAB

Author: Adam Simmons Date published: May 22nd 2018 Introduction For an immersive ‘4K’ UHD experience and comfortable reading without scaling, there’s a lot to be said for ‘the big screen’ experience offered by 40 – 43” screens. We’ve reviewed a number of 40 – 43” Philips models, each with fairly distinct features and equally pronounced … Read More

Acer KG251QF 144Hz FreeSync model

Update: Update on price and availability. News piece below initially published 3rd February 2018. Pretty much all recent ~24” 144Hz monitors released recently have been using the same panel, with little changing about that panel since its introduction back in 2011. We’ve now started to see the emergence of monitors using a newer panel, with … Read More