A low pixel response time and above-average 3,000-to-1 contrast ratio mean the Samsung CH890 delivers deep blacks and smooth motion. It’s backed by a three-year warranty and TAA compliant for purchase by government contractors.
- Stand adjusts three ways
- Variable refresh rate up to 100 hz
- Freesync range is only 60-100 fps
LG UltraFine BK95U
It’s not the newest model, but the LG UltraFine BK95U has dropped significantly in price since its release, and remains the top choice for Mac users who want to expand their workspace. Its 5120 by 2160 resolution is essentially unparalleled among displays this size.
- Thunderbolt 3 connectivity
- Peak brightness of 600 nits
- Maximum refresh rate just 60 hertz
Acer Predator X35
There are few models as advanced as the Acer Predator X35 , which boasts the G-Sync Ultimate and DisplayHDR 1000 certifications, guaranteeing a peak brightness of 1,000 nits, wide-ranging variable refresh rate up to 200 hertz, and input lag on a par with the best.
- 512 local dimming zones
- Little to no ghosting
- Extremely expensive
An especially worthwhile choice for owners of AMD graphics cards, the AOC G2X offers FreeSync support, a Quad HD resolution, and a great price-to-performance ratio. It also promises zero dead pixels and is backed by a three-year advance replacement warranty.
- Integrated usb hub
- Can display up to 144 frames per sec
- Still has issues with nvidia g-sync
Able to display 99 percent of the sRGB gamut as well as simulated HDR images, the LG WN750 offers good picture quality that’s complemented by a high resolution and dual input controls that can significantly aid productivity levels.
- Almost borderless on 3 sides
- Adjustable stand
- Not ideal for gaming
As long as you can afford it, the Alienware AW3420DW will almost certainly satisfy your need for a premium gaming display. Its official G-Sync certification matches its refresh rate to an Nvidia GPU’s output while also minimizing its already low input lag.
- 1900r curvature
- Exceeds the srgb color spectrum
- Lacks hdr support
Viotek GN Series
You’ll have a hard time finding anything better for the price than the Viotek GN Series , which comes in 1080p and 1440p versions with refresh rates up to 144 hertz. Even though it’s so affordable, it still offers features like AMD FreeSync and a 3,000-to-1 contrast ratio.
- Stereo audio passthrough
- Zero-tolerance dead pixel policy
- Height can't be adjusted
A good choice for photo and video editing, the Philips 346B1C occupies nearly 120 percent of the sRGB and 90 percent of the Adobe RGB color spaces. Its 1500R curvature keeps you immersed in the image and minimizes washout in the corners of the screen.
- Usb type-c connectivity
- 90 watts of power delivery
- 4-year advance replacement warranty
LG Ultragear GP83A
A special nano-layer on top of an IPS panel provides the LG Ultragear GP83A with just about the widest color gamut possible. In addition to impressive performance, its quality control and reliability ensure you’ll receive a perfectly functional product with no dead pixels.
- Has a slim bezel
- Adjustable tilt and height
- Displayhdr 400 certification
Acer Nitro XV340CK
The HDR10 standard supported by the Acer Nitro XV340CK allows for software-level dynamic contrast that brings out highlights in both dim and bright scenes in compatible games, and its variable refresh rate of up to 144 hertz all but eliminates screen tearing.
- 3440 by 1440 resolution
- Two usb 3 ports
- 2 displayport and 2 hdmi inputs