The Dell P3418HW is a feature-packed curved ultra-wide monitor that performs respectably, but its 34-inch screen begs for a higher resolution.
The whole unrolling process takes about 12 seconds, and is silent. It's still a prototype, but LG is confident it'll be a real product one day.
The BenQ PD2710QC is a stylish, versatile 27-inch monitor that delivers accurate colors and solid grayscale performance. It's a top pick for big-screen displays.
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The LG 34UC89G-B gaming monitor uses G-Sync technology and speedy refresh rates to deliver solid performance on a huge curved 34-inch screen.
The Acer BE270U is a well-equipped 27-inch monitor that offers solid grayscale performance, advanced color settings, and support for multi-display setups.
The AOC P2779VC, a 27-inch monitor equipped with a base that wirelessly charges Qi-compatible mobile devices. You get inky blacks and wide viewing angles, but color and grayscale performance could be better.
The 38-inch Acer XR382CQK curved-screen monitor offers accurate colors and stellar gaming performance. It's expensive, but its extensive feature set and humongous screen are worth the price.
The 27-inch AOC Q2781PQ is a sleek-looking In-Plane Switching (IPS) monitor that offers accurate colors, solid grayscale performance, and a generous assortment of video inputs.
Our top pick for midrange monitors, the ViewSonic VP2768 is a feature-loaded 27-inch IPS display that delivers excellent color and grayscale performance, and is hardware-calibration ready.