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In this section you will find a selection of modern displays that have been assessed in a range of scenarios. Some of these screens were impressive, whilst others failed to live up to the hype and marketing gimmicks thrown out by the manufacturers. Our goal is to provide the broadest possible spectrum of reviews. We test screens from a range of different manufacturers, in a range of different sizes and to suit various budgets.

 

These pieces are written to reflect the usage patterns of the typical home user which includes general desktop usage, gaming and movie viewing. We also include quantitative and qualitative testing that can prove insightful to other types of user. The importance of subjectivity can’t be stressed enough; we provide a broad scope of subjective and objective testing but it is important to consider your own individual preferences.

 

Some of these models are marked (Recommended) – refer to this post for an explanation of what this means.

 
Date published: 7th July 2017
 

BenQ PD3200U

 

BenQ PD3200U

 
The BenQ PD3200U features a 32″ ‘4K’ UHD screen with AHVA panel. This model showed how factory calibration should be done and offers a good range of useful features. Some niggling issues could put some users off, though, particularly if they own an older GPU.


Date published: 28th June 2017
 

AOC AG322QCX

 

AOC AG322QCX

 
The AOC AG322QCX features a 144Hz curved VA panel with 2560 x 1440 resolution and support for AMD FreeSync. This monitor put it a solid performance in many areas, despite some imperfections, and provided a well-rounded gaming experience.


Date published: 30th March 2017
 

Samsung C34F791

(Recommended)

 

Samsung C34F791

 
The Samsung C34F791 features a 100Hz VA panel with 1500R curve and support for AMD FreeSync. A well-balanced experience from this vibrant display, making it enjoyable for both work and play.


Date published: 20th February 2017
 

AOC AG352UCG

(Recommended)

 

AOC AG352UCG

 
The AOC AG352UCG features a 100Hz VA panel with 3440 x 1440 resolution and support for Nvidia G-SYNC. Satisfying image quality and surprisingly decent responsiveness from this one.


Date published: 9th February 2017
 

ASUS MX34VQ

(Recommended)

 

ASUS MX34VQ

 
The ASUS MX34VQ features a 100Hz 3440 x 1440 VA panel with support for AMD FreeSync. A surprisingly capable gaming monitor with some neat integrated features.