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#51
alaScore 95

Philips Brilliance 241P4QPYEB

Arriving with an extremely affordable asking price point of $349 a pop, the new 27” Philips Brilliance Full HD Curved LCD monitor will arrive equipped with AMD FreeSync technology for effortlessly smooth gameplay. This particular technology would bring...

6 expert reviews

#52
alaScore 95

BenQ BL2420Z

This no-nonsense business monitor doesn't have the kind of flashy design that'll help it stand out in a stylish office, but it makes up for its lack of style with a solid range of features.

2 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#53
alaScore 94

Eizo ColorEdge CS240

The Eizo ColorEdge CS240 isn’t cheap – you could buy two Dell UltraSharp U2414H IPS monitors and have change left over for the price of one – but this is the first time we’ve seen a truly professional-class monitor at anywhere near this price. For...

5 expert reviews | 25 user reviews

#54
alaScore 94

AOC Style Q2770PQU

The AOC Q2770Pqu is a fantastic monitor. Until now, the only 27in monitor we've tested that's produced a 100 per cent colour accuracy score was the £580 Ultimate award-winning Dell U2713H, but the AOC will be welcome news for those who want an...

20 expert reviews | 120 user reviews

#55
alaScore 94

LG 24GM77 / 24GM77-B

The LG 24GM77 ($349.99) is a well equipped 1080p gaming monitor that delivers speedy performance, accurate colors, and a host of gamer-friendly settings and features. It uses a 24-inch Twisted-Nematic (TN) panel with a 144Hz refresh rate, a...

7 expert reviews | 82 user reviews

#56
alaScore 94

Eizo CG277

The CG277 is Eizo's flagship non-4K monitor, offering the absolute finest in image quality. It boasts 99% sRGB and Adobe RGB coverage, a built-in calibration sensor, a 10-bit display with 16-bit lookup table and even includes a monitor hood that works...

5 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#57
alaScore 94

Asus ProArt PA279Q

Although 24-inch 1080p IPS displays are now available under £200, good-quality 27-inch consumer panels are still a fair bit more expensive. Therefore there's not too much of a price difference between those screens and the Asus PA279Q. For the extra...

21 expert reviews | 102 user reviews

#58
alaScore 94

BenQ XL2720Z

The BenQ XL2720Z is a lightning-quick, premium gaming monitor that will serve any FPS fan well, bar none.

19 expert reviews | 203 user reviews

#59
alaScore 94

NEC MultiSync EA244UHD

The NEC EA244UHD is a high-end professional monitor that packs a whopping 4K resolution into a modest 24in screen size. It's ideal for imaging professionals looking to get maximum screen real estate but in a more compact form, whether you're working in...

7 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#60
alaScore 94

AOC G2460PG

We have seen Nvidia’s G-Sync technology before when we tested it on a 27″ 2560×1440 144Hz monitor, but we had concerns over the horsepower needed to make the most of its 144Hz Refresh Rate. Well, the AOC 2460PG answers that concern…

16 expert reviews | 129 user reviews

#61
alaScore 94

BenQ GW2760HS

You might also like... Windows 8 review Displays at the cheaper end of the market are improving in quality. Naturally, there are some areas where this 27-inch display can't compete with its more expensive rivals, but overall, it puts in a performance...

14 expert reviews | 180 user reviews

#62
alaScore 94

Samsung SD850T Series (27", 32")

The main menu is clear and responsive. Most of the customisable options are contained in a single menu, and it’s easy to find the obvious settings. It has most of the options that users are likely to require, but there’s no sign of the Adobe RGB preset...

8 expert reviews | 135 user reviews

#63
alaScore 94

Eizo FlexScan EV3237

Great color and good response time. No blurriness

6 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#64
alaScore 94

Asus PB278Q / PB278QR

Fewer extras than the competition, but excellent high-resolution images out of the box

36 expert reviews | 1021 user reviews

#65
alaScore 94

BenQ RL2755HM

Gaming monitors are often expensive, but BenQ's RL2755HM costs £200. For that money you get a 27in screen with a 1080p resolution, as well as several features usually found on pricier panels.

7 expert reviews | 140 user reviews

#66
alaScore 94

BenQ BL3201PT 4K

The BenQ is an outstanding monitor which ticks almost every box as a modern high-performance UHD display. By combining the basics of uncluttered and well-constructed design and an OSD interface that doesn’t make you want to punch the screen, the...

9 expert reviews | 32 user reviews

#67
alaScore 94

Samsung UD970

A 4K display that's factory-calibrated for great color accuracy and image quality, which makes it ideal for digital designers, CAD/CAM engineers or videographers who aren't put off by the high-price tag.

4 expert reviews

#68
alaScore 94

HP Envy 34c

Conclusion Whether you're working with multiple documents and lengthy spreadsheets or streaming your favorite movies, you'll feel a little closer to the action with the HP Envy 34c Media Display. Its massive curved panel uses VA technology to deliver...

6 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

#69
alaScore 94

Dell UP3216Q 32in

The bottom line for the Dell UP3216Q is that this monitor is absolutely worth buying if you’re a visual design pro and want truly stellar color performance at a mostly reasonable price.

1 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#70
alaScore 94

LG 34UC87 / 34UC87C

LG continues to dominate UltraWide monitors, unleashing the 34UC87C, an IPS-based curved UltraWide height adjustable monitor that is super-awesome.

4 expert reviews | 97 user reviews

#71
alaScore 94

Acer XR341CK

Conclusion; FreeSync Turned to 11 AMD’s FreeSync technology didn’t have the easiest birth but its standing has gradually turned around with better

9 expert reviews | 37 user reviews

#72
alaScore 94

LG 34UC97 / 34UC97-S

Scores in depth LG has been at the forefront when it comes to ultra-wide PC monitors, and it's easy to see why the company has attracted a fair amount of attention. This screen's 3,440 x 1,440 resolution means it's a tempting option for work or gaming,...

15 expert reviews | 93 user reviews

#73
alaScore 94

Iiyama Prolite B2783QSU-B1

The Iiyama ProLite B2783QSU is a tricky monitor to judge. It's one of cheapest monitors I've seen with a 2,560x1,440 resolution, but you pay for this low price in the form of compromised viewing angles and noticeable ghosting effects, which means this...

3 expert reviews | 26 user reviews

#74
alaScore 94

AOC Q2577PWQ

Great image quality from a 25in panel, but a lack of USB ports limits the AOC Q2577PWQ's practical appeal

4 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#75
alaScore 94

LG 34UM95

The 34UM95 finally does 21:9 justice, featuring a huge working area free of scaling issues, low input lag and high colour accuracy wrapped up in an attractive design. It's not the cheapest of its kind, but it goes some way to justifying the cost.

29 expert reviews | 321 user reviews

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