Budget-friendly and FreeSync-capable, the 28-inch EL2870U exhibits fast pixel response and minimal input lag that make fast-motion graphics a breeze, but it has some trouble with colors.
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.
NEC's first curved-screen monitor, the MultiSync EX341R-BK, is a well-equipped 34-inch display that delivers a highly detailed picture, with good grayscale and viewing-angle performance.
The Asus Designo Curved MX34VQ is a 34-inch gaming monitor with a steep curve and some nice features, including a wireless charging base, gamer-friendly settings, and a powerful audio system.
The HP DreamColor Z24x G2 is a somewhat pricey 24-inch monitor that delivers excellent color accuracy and precise grayscale performance.
The Asus ROG Swift PG258Q is a pricey 25-inch-class monitor that offers a wealth of features for gamers, including an ultra-fast refresh rate and Nvidia's G-Sync technology.
The BenQ PD3200U is a well-equipped 32-inch display that delivers very good color, grayscale, and viewing-angle performance, as well as a highly detailed UHD picture.
AOC's 27-inch Agon AG271QX monitor supports AMD's FreeSync technology and has a speedy 144Hz refresh rate. Despite skewed greens and narrow viewing angles, it delivers solid gaming performance.
Although the Monoprice 27-Inch Premium Series IPS WQHD is a nice-looking monitor with an affordable price tag, it comes up short on performance and features.