BenQ SW240 1920 x 1200 model for colour management

BenQ SW240 1920 x 1200 model for colour management

For users wanting a bit of extra vertical screen space, but for whom a higher resolution or larger display isn’t practical or economical, 1920 x 1200 can be an attractive entry point. The BenQ SW240 provides this resolution, with a 24.1” screen that focuses heavily on colour accuracy. The panel used has a slim panel ... Read More
 
AOC X24P1 with 1920 x 1200 IPS panel

AOC X24P1 with 1920 x 1200 IPS panel

When it comes to ~24” monitors, the vast majority now come with a 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio. A small but increasing number also go for a 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution. The AOC X24P1 makes use of the 1920 x 1200 resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio, a combination which ... Read More
 
ASUS PA32UC UHD HDR model with 384 dimming zones

ASUS PA32UC UHD HDR model with 384 dimming zones

Update: We’re currently reviewing this model. News piece below initially published 1st Janaury 2018. We’ve covered a broad range of ‘4K’ UHD monitors. All things considered, we feel ~32” is something of an optimal size for the resolution, combining strong pixel density with good scaling-free readability. The ASUS PA32UC of the ProArt series employs a ... Read More
 
ViewSonic VX2758-C-MH 144Hz Full HD VA model

ViewSonic VX2758-C-MH 144Hz Full HD VA model

We’ve seen a fairly broad range of screens recently that use high refresh rate VA panels. Whilst they invariably lag behind other panel types (particularly TN) for pixel responsiveness, some users find the high contrast and overall image quality quite appealing. The ViewSonic VX2758-C-MH, to give it the full dash-happy name, makes use of a ... Read More
 
AOC G2590PX and G2790PX 144Hz Full HD TN models

AOC G2590PX and G2790PX 144Hz Full HD TN models

Update: Our review of the 24.5″ model is now live. News piece below initially published 18th December 2017. AOC have really bolstered their gaming line-up recently, with the introduction of their ‘AGON’ sub-brand. But they produce some interesting ‘mainstream gaming’ models as well, which are ‘simpler’ and more affordable. These come with the ‘G’ rather ... Read More
 
LG 32UD60 31.5” VA FreeSync 4K UHD model

LG 32UD60 31.5” VA FreeSync 4K UHD model

When it comes to a good amount of useable ‘real-estate’ for work and a nice pixel density for both work and play, ~32” screens with a ‘4K’ UHD resolution are rather attractive. The LG 32UD60 (32UD60-B owing to the black rear) makes use of a similar UHD VA (Vertical Alignment) panel to that seen in ... Read More