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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AOC U2879VF ‘4K’ UHD monitor with FreeSync

There are a growing number of monitors out there using the ‘4K’ UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160. This resolution provides definite benefits for both work and play, but may require scaling to be used on the desktop and requires a lot of graphical horsepower for games to run at respectable frame rates. The AOC U2879VF combines a 28” UHD panel with support for AMD FreeSync variable refresh rate technology.

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ASUS MX27UQ ‘4K’ UHD FreeSync with style

ASUS have greatly expanded their ‘Designo MX’ range of monitors in recent times, with recent additions including 25” and 27” WQHD (2560 x 1440) models. The MX27UQ brings this design flair to the realm of ‘4K’ UHD. The stand and bottom bezel feature brushed metal with an ‘Icicle Gold’ colouration for the bottom bezel. Similar colouration is used on the stand and side monitor surround (i.e.

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Acer Z35 with curved 200Hz G-SYNC VA panel

One particular monitor that has drummed up a lot of interest and sparked a bit of debate is the BenQ XR3501. Some people are put off by the pixel density offered by the 2560 x 1080 resolution spread over a 35” area, whilst others see real potential in its generously curved 144Hz VA panel. The Acer Z35 represents an interesting alternative.

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BenQ BL2711U ‘4K’ UHD AHVA model

It has been known for some time that panel manufacturer AUO were producing 27” and 32” panels with a ‘4K’ UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160. The first monitor known to be using the 27” variant was the ASUS PB279Q. BenQ, who are the parent company of AUO, then released some details on the BL3201PT which uses the 32” panel.

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