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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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ViewSonic VX4380-4K with ‘4K’ IPS panel

Back in May 2016 we looked at the Philips BDM4350UC, a model which really appeals to some users due to its size, the glossy screen surface and its IPS-type panel. The ViewSonic VX4380-4K makes use of this same or a very similar panel, housing it differently and using a different set of assistive electronics (there is, after all, a lot more to a monitor than simply a panel).

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ViewSonic VP2468 Full HD model for colour-critical work

IPS (In Plane Switching) and IPS-type (PLS, AHVA etc.) panels are the preferred choice for colour-critical work due to their relatively strong colour consistency and viewing angle performance. The ViewSonic VP2468 uses the popular 23.8” IPS-type panel size and places it in very sleek-looking housing. The bezels feature a dual-stage design, with extremely thin hard outer plastic component and a very slim panel border.

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ViewSonic VX2475Smhl-4K with UHD PLS panel

We’ve seen monitors reach fairly gargantuan sizes recently, with an increasing number of 32” and even some 40” models. For some users, though, a monitor of around 24” is a very comfortable size. And when it comes to exceptional pixel densities, it is these relatively small ‘4K’ UHD models which really stand out. The Dell P2415Q impressed us with its well-rounded UHD performance and very fair pricing.

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