AOC U2477PWQ 23.6 inch ‘4K’ UHD monitor

For those who want to venture into the world of ‘4K’ UHD (Ultra High Definition) and want to minimise the cost of doing so, without compromising on image quality, the ~24” models are excellent choices. There are two main panels used for such monitors – a 23.8” LG AH-IPS (In-Plane Switching) and 23.6” Samsung PLS (Plane to Line Switching) panel.

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AOC Q2775PQU, I2475PXQU and I2775PQU ergonomic IPS models

The AOC Q2770PQU was (and still is) a good choice for those looking for a robust WQHD (2560 x 1440) model with strong all-round performance. The Q2775PQU is its long-awaited replacement – with two Full HD (1920 x 1080) cousins in the form of the I2475PXQU and I2775PQU. The same style of chassis is used on all three models, with full ergonomic flexibility from the included stand; tilt (5° forwards and 25° backwards) height adjustment (130mm or 5.12 inches), swivel (165° left and 165° right) and pivot (90° clockwise rotation into portrait).

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Dell S2716DG 144Hz G-SYNC monitor

The ASUS PG278Q ‘ROG SWIFT’ was the world’s first monitor to combine a 2560 x 1440 resolution and Nvidia’s G-SYNC variable refresh rate technology. As a high refresh rate offering, it has remained a strong choice for gaming enthusiasts who are after an exceptionally fluid experience and decent image performance characteristics. Leaving the price aside for now, some users have been put off by the questionable quality control and restrictive port selection.

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ASUS PG348Q 100Hz curved UltraWide IPS

For users looking for an engrossing gaming experience, curved 34” 21:9 ‘UltraWide’ models like the Samsung S34E790C and Dell U3415W are compelling choices. But for some, the static 60Hz refresh rate simply isn’t high enough or dynamic enough. The ASUS PG348Q, which belongs to the manufacturer’s famed ROG (Republic Of Gamers) brand, offers such users a bit more to bite their teeth into.

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Acer XR341CK and X34 75Hz and 100Hz curved IPS models

We’ve explored how the 3440 x 1440 resolution on a 34” ‘UltraWide’ model can provide an incredibly engrossing gaming experience. And indeed how adding a subtle curve can help enhance the experience without making the experience seem completely alien. The Acer XR341CK and X34 take things one step further. They combine the same or a very similar curved slim-bezel 34” AH-IPS panel to that seen on the likes of the Dell U3415W and LG 34UC97 and ramp the refresh rate up to 75Hz and 100Hz, respectively.

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AOC I2481FXH and I2781FH – IPS minimalism

Some users simply want a monitor that minimalistic and stylish but still capable of good all-round performance. With their artistic-looking metal stand and very slender bezels, and IPS technology on the inside, the AOC I2481FXH and I2781FH aim to deliver just that. These are members of the company’s ‘Style-line’. As is often the case with such monitors, the marketing images can be a bit misleading when it comes to bezels.

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