The Aopen 27HC5R is a nice choice for anyone who likes to get up close and personal with their screens, as its 1500R curvature is much more aggressive than the average 1800 you see on other models. It’s not an ideal selection for use from a distance, however.
- Dual hdmi ports
- 16 by 9 aspect ratio
- Stand not very adjustable
For its price, the Sceptre Ultra-Slim offers competitive performance and a decent size, at 30-inches across its widescreen diagonal. Unlike a lot of options in this category, it also boasts built-in speakers you can use if your headphones need charging.
- 1080p resolution
- Compatible with vesa wall mounts
- Some issues with ghosting
The Viotek GNV34DBE boasts a wide gamut capable of displaying 116 percent of the sRGB spectrum with no dropped frames. The company also has a zero tolerance policy built into their warranty that guarantees against any and all dead pixels.
- Integrated headphones mount
- Can be split into dual displays
- Durability is questionable
The BenQ EX3203R has a resolution of 2560 x 1440, which isn’t close to 4K, but still exceeds full HD. Some of its other features include AMD FreeSync 2 for smooth pictures and minimal tearing, and a fast USB Type-C connection.
- 1800r curvature
- 60-millimeter height adjustment
- Occasional dead pixels
MSI Optix MPG341CQR
At 34 inches across its diagonal, the MSI Optix MPG341CQR provides gamers with a 21:9 aspect ratio and an option that should fit easily on most desktops. It comes with a detachable camera cradle you can use to attach webcams along the top bezel.
- Usb type-c connection
- Adaptive brightness
- Color performance is not the best
The Alienware AW3420DW has a soft light source built into its stand to provide your space with a pleasing ambiance. You can set it to glow at any RGB shade you like, or allow it to respond dynamically to the action in your games.
- 98-percent dci-p3 color gamut
- Can be wall mounted
- Some bleeding in the corners
The Acer EI491CR is a particularly large offering for its price tier, with a VESA certified display and a 178-degree viewing angle. It also has a pair of three-watt speakers built-in if you don’t want to run audio out or use headphones.
- Four-millisecond response time
- Wide color gamut
- A bit on the thick side
Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ
The stand on the Asus ROG Swift PG35VQ offers a good range of tilt and swivel adjustments, as well as a 100-millimeter-long height adjustment. Its screen delivers a 500,000:1 contrast ratio to preserve a lot of detail in the shadows while still offering inky blacks.
- Effective eye care technology
- 512 local dimming zones
- 200-hertz refresh rate
Samsung QLED CRG9
The quantum dot technology inside the Samsung QLED CRG9 claims to provide users with over a billion individual shades of color. This particular model delivers a resolution of 5120 x 1440p, which should keep it relevant through at least another cycle of console development.
- Hdr 1000 compatibility
- Two displayport inputs
- Flicker-free mode
With its 38-inch size and vertically adjustable stand, you can position the LG 38GL950G-B to ensure an exceptionally immersive experience. It boasts a 1-millisecond response time and an impressive overclocked refresh rate of 175 hertz.
- 1440p resolution
- Provides an indirect ambient light
- Syncs with nvidia graphics cards