If you don’t want to spend a fortune or sacrifice clarity, the LG QN600 is a good choice thanks to its low price, QHD resolution, and support for simulated HDR10. A brightness rating of 350 nits and quality factory calibration help it produce bold and consistent colors.
- Relatively slim bezel
- Minimal ergonomic adjustments
- Can't display over 75 fps
Philips Brilliance 329P9H
Height, swivel, and pivot adjustment make the Philips Brilliance 329P9H an ergonomically sound option that should work well for a variety of uses. Its IPS panel offers above-average accuracy and covers most of the Adobe RGB and NTSC gamuts.
- Supports alt mode over usb-c
- Built-in webcam
- Costs quite a bit
Available in 1080p, 1440p, and Ultra HD versions, the ViewSonic VX3276 comes in a model to suit almost anyone’s needs, and none of them are very expensive. HDMI as well as full-size and Mini DisplayPort inputs make up its port selection.
- Ultra-slim design
- Dynamic contrast of 80 million to 1
- Relatively low refresh rate
The 1500R curvature of the Philips 325E1C minimizes light bleed and image washout at the edges of the screen. It comes in Full and Quad HD models and is compatible with AMD’s FreeSync technology although its refresh rate is limited to just 75 hertz.
- Convenient cable management
- Wide color gamut
- 4-year advance replacement warranty
Designed specifically for accurate reproduction, the latest version of the Asus PA32UC sports advanced calibration, updated firmware, HDR compatibility, and 99.5-percent Adobe RGB coverage. Very few others offer the full array local dimming that this one does.
- 384 backlight zones
- Peak brightness of 1000 nits
- 14-bit look-up table
The Dell Ultrasharp is considered by many to be the best-looking option on the market today. It operates natively at 3840 by 2160 pixels, and comes factory-calibrated to display 99-percent of the sRGB gamut, with a delta-E of less than or equal to 2.
- Above-average 400-nit brightness
- Officially displayhdr 400-approved
- Practically bezel-less design
Despite its reasonable price, the AOC CQ32G1 is a high-performing 1440p model that’s a good choice for gamers on a moderate budget. Out of the box, its pixel response time is decent, and it can be significantly improved using the built-in OverDrive feature.
- 1800r curvature
- Headphones jack
- Compatible with nvidia g-sync
In addition to a maximum refresh rate of 165 hertz, the Dell S3220 supports 2nd-generation AMD FreeSync technology that utilizes a PC’s GPU to enhance HDR tone mapping, which improves dynamic contrast and results in especially bold colors.
- Covers the entire srgb gamut
- Integrated usb hub
- Headphones and microphone jacks
Intelligent HDR management and simulated 10-bit depth give the BenQ EW3280U above-average dynamic contrast with little to no color banding, while its selection of ports allows it to function as a versatile docking station or part of a multi-monitor setup.
- 60 watts of power delivery
- Dci-p3 coverage of 95 percent
- Amd freesync technology
Samsung Odyssey G7
Though expensive, the Samsung Odyssey G7 is a truly unique display, featuring a Wide Quad HD resolution at a previously unheard-of 240 hertz with a pixel response time of 1 millisecond and explicit support for adaptive frame rate technology from both major GPU vendors.
- Immersive 1000r curvature
- Quantum dot filtration
- Displayhdr 600 certification