With more usable real estate than much of the competition, the Dell U4320Q measures 43 inches diagonally and offers HDMI CEC compatibility as well as three-way stand adjustment plus a compact base that help to maximize both ergonomics and desk space.
- Flicker-free lcd panel
- Advanced multitasking functionality
- Not intended for gaming
Photo and video editors will appreciate the BenQ SW321C , which has a host of powerful features as well as quality factory calibration. This 32-inch model boasts a 16-bit lookup table and supports USB-C Power Delivery for a streamlined docking experience.
- 99 percent of the adobe rgb space
- Includes a hood to shade it
- Extremely expensive
A recent addition to the renowned UltraSharp line, the Dell U2720Q offers low latency, a flicker-free backlight, simulated 10-bit color depth with little to no banding, and an especially crisp image due to its size of 27 inches, all at a moderate price.
- Alt-mode over usb-c input
- 90 watts of power delivery
- Refresh rate is only 60 hertz
The Acer CB282K is a high-performing unit with a wide color gamut as well as height, tilt, and swivel adjustment. Despite its reasonable price, it’s a good choice for a range of uses including gaming, thanks to its FreeSync adaptive refresh rate technology.
- Pixel response time of 4 ms
- Flicker-free backlight
- No hdr capability
It’s hard to find a better value than the LG UL500 , which offers 95-percent DCI-P3 coverage and decent software HDR10 support at a surprisingly low cost. An 8-bit panel with FRC dithering helps to smooth gradients and all but eliminate banding.
- Measures 32 inches
- Amd freesync technology
- Static contrast ratio of 3000 to 1
Part of the brand’s esteemed Ultrafine family, the LG 27MD5KL is intended for use with high-end MacBooks but also works well with properly equipped Windows PCs. Thanks to a 5120 by 2880 panel, it’s basically impossible to pick out individual pixels with the naked eye.
- Works well as a docking station
- Usb type-c connection
- Data and power delivery passthrough
One of the most technologically advanced releases yet, the Asus PA32UC boasts 384 local dimming zones that provide an HDR experience superior to most other options. Its premium factory calibration delivers a delta-E value of less than 2 right out of the box.
- Thunderbolt 3 support
- Peak brightness of 1000 nits
- Three-way stand adjustments
While most integrated speakers aren’t worth mentioning, the BenQ EW3280U actually offers impressive 2.1-channel sound including a rear-mounted, 5-watt subwoofer driven by a high-end DSP. Proprietary intelligent HDR management makes it ideal for viewing cinematic media.
- Highly convenient control interface
- Very wide color gamut
- Usb-c port with 60-watt pd support
Asus ROG Strix XG438Q
As big as some Ultra HD TVs, the Asus ROG Strix XG438Q would go great alongside a high-end video card thanks to its 120-hertz panel and FreeSync 2 technology that minimizes input lag and prevents screen tearing even as the frame rate fluctuates.
- Displayhdr 600 certification
- 90 percent dci-p3 color gamut
- Also good for console gaming
In addition to an impressive color gamut that encompasses 120 percent of the sRGB space, the Philips 328E1CA sports a 1500R curvature to keep the sides and corners from washing out. It’s a worthwhile choice for a variety of professional endeavors.
- Industry standard adaptive sync
- Convenient cable management
- Reasonable price