The relatively basic HP 24mh offers a 1080p resolution at up to 75 frames per second for a crisp and headache-free experience in the office or at home. In addition to HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, it has a VGA port for use with legacy devices.
- Built-in speakers
- Audio passthrough jack
- Highly affordable
Able to display nearly the entire DCI-P3 color gamut, the ViewSonic VP2785 is the right option for photo and video professionals who don’t want to spend a fortune, and its premium factory calibration and integrated 14-bit lookup table only make it a better choice.
- Built-in kvm switch
- Ambient light sensor
- Limited to a 60-hertz refresh rate
While you may not have heard of its manufacturer, the Sceptre C355W is a highly worthwhile ultrawide model that’s very well priced. Its 3440 by 1440 panel can produce up to 100 frames per second using either DisplayPort or HDMI input.
- Measures 35 inches
- Preset modes for various game genres
- Takes up a lot of desk space
Gigabyte Aorus FI27Q
Among the interesting features of the Gigabyte Aorus FI27Q are its 95-percent AdobeRGB coverage, simulated 10-bit color depth, and advanced noise-canceling system that uses a peripheral microphone to minimize the outside sounds transmitted to teammates in online games.
- Impressive peak brightness
- Works with freesync and g-sync
- Somewhat costly for its size
Those looking for high frame rate gaming on a tight budget will appreciate the AOC C24G1A , which can be overclocked to 165 hertz and has a significant curvature to increase immersion as well as AMD FreeSync compatibility to minimize stuttering.
- Static contrast ratio of 3000 to 1
- Near-complete adobe rgb coverage
- 3-year advance replacement warranty
The Full HD BenQ GW2480T is a reasonably priced 24-inch display that features advanced comfort technologies, including a blue light filter and adaptive brightness, that keep eye strain to a minimum over long periods, making it ideal for use in office settings.
- Accepts 100-millimeter vesa mounts
- Also available in a 27-inch model
- Subpar panel bit depth
A 1-millisecond response time and variable refresh rate topping out at 144 hertz ensure that the AOC CQ27G2 can make any game look good with no screen tearing and very little motion blur. It’s backed by an impressive 3-year warranty with a zero dead pixel guarantee.
- Stand height is adjustable
- Covers 120 percent srgb color gamut
- Reasonable price
If you like having plenty of room for work or play, the Dell S3220DGF should fit the bill, as it measures nearly 32 inches and is curved just right to minimize color shift at its edges. Despite its large size, it actually won’t take up a ton of room on your desk.
- High native contrast ratio
- Displays up to 165 frames per second
- Compatible with amd freesync
ViewSonic Elite XG270QC
At 27 inches with a 1440p resolution, the ViewSonic Elite XG270QC has the pixel density needed to make games as sharp as possible, while a 165-hertz refresh rate, DisplayHDR400 certification, and top-level AMD FreeSync technology ensure everything looks smooth and bright.
- 1500r curvature
- Minimal input lag
- Very little motion blur
From one of the most respected manufacturers in the field, the Dell U2720QM combines powerful technology such as a 4K panel and wide color gamut with the ergonomics of a 3-way adjustable stand that also allows the screen to be rotated 90 degrees.
- Side-mounted usb type-a and c ports
- Decent hdr support
- Highly accurate once calibrated