Elevate your game with a gaming monitor that plays as hard as you do. These are the key things to look for in a gaming display, along with our top-ranked models. We've got deep-dive reviews of the best gaming monitors on the market.
Although its brightness and resolution are merely adequate, the Dell UltraSharp 24 USB-C Hub Monitor earns kudos for its phenomenal port selection.
Acer's ConceptD CM2241W is small and relatively low-res for a content-creation monitor, but it offers accurate colors. It's a good choice for space-strapped photography students and junior creative pros.
Lenovo's ThinkVision M14t costs a lot more than most competing portable monitors, but its touch sensitivity, maneuverable stand, brightness, and color accuracy could make it a sharp buy for eagle-eyed shoppers.
The holidays just arrived a little early for every type of PC gamer—esports pro, frame-rate fiend, and budget buyer—on the hunt for a new gaming monitor with a sky-high refresh rate.
Make the most of your movies, games, or work with the right desktop monitor. Here's all you need to know when shopping, plus the best gaming and productivity panels we've tested, backed by hundreds of deep-dive reviews.
BenQ's 27-inch EX2780Q display will be just $399 for Amazon Prime Day 2020, a $200 discount.
Whether you're a traveling exec, a gamer, or a graphic designer, a portable second monitor can add both screen room and an extra dimension to your work or play. We tested most of the majors on the market.
Fast becoming staples on the desks of gamers and creative pros, 4K monitors are falling in price—but getting more complicated to buy. Here's how to shop for an ultra-high-definition (UHD) display, plus our top picks, backed by deep-dive reviews.
Tasked with buying a squadron of desktop LCD monitors for your employees, or just one for a special task? Here's what you need to know, along with our top-rated, lab-tested picks all across the price spectrum.
ViewSonic's 15.6-inch VG1655 has the same limited color coverage as most other portable monitors we've tested, but it's one of the few to offer a built-in stand, a five-way mini-joystick controller, and a sophisticated onscreen display. It muscles out a win on the strength of those convenience features.
ViewSonic's TD1655 mobile monitor wins on creature comforts (a capacitive touch screen, an attached stand, a mini-joystick controller, and built-in speakers), even with a screen better suited to business use than entertainment.
The Philips 272E1CA Curved Frameless Monitor looks more attractive than most budget desktop displays, but its core traits—modest brightness, low resolution, limited ergonomics—cement it as a capable, if not outstanding, low-cost entry among 27-inch panels.
The Philips Brilliance 272P7VUBNB is a very bright productivity monitor with a built-in docking station that does well with still and moving images.
The Asus ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QN is the fastest gaming monitor you can buy today, and its stratospheric 360Hz refresh rate is only part of a nearly flawless total package.
Super-size, extra-wide monitors for productivity work, pro media editing, and gaming are transforming the desktop experience. Ready to go (really) big? Check out the top-performing sprawling displays we've tested.
Not sure whether to hook your new monitor up to your computer using HDMI or DisplayPort? Different ports have different capabilities and compatibilities; here's what you need to know.
With features geared to casual gaming, paired with the high resolution, large screen, and color coverage of a productivity monitor, MSI's Optix MAG321CURV is a decent, price-aggressive fit for both worlds: working by day, playing by night.
A boon to gamers, graphic designers, and multitaskers alike, curved monitors provide a much more immersive viewing experience than flat-panel displays. Is one the right choice for you? Read on for our buying advice and top picks.
The Optix MAG161V, MSI's first portable gaming monitor, connects with a range of gaming consoles, smartphones, and computers. It's solid for casual gaming, but its brightness peak and overall color coverage are ho-hum at best.