Tipify Gaming Equipment Series: Best Gaming Monitors 2018
Posted 1st April 2018 By: Derpina    2 Views
Esports News – Esports or competitive gaming is the best experience there is. And to bring that experience to a whole new level of virtual reality, you need the best gaming monitor. Every esports player value the feeling of witnessing realistic images and responsive actions on screen. Hence, it’s not enough to settle for mediocre gaming equipment, for the basics when your favorite game features lifelike characters and locations. Upgrade your gaming sessions and dive into a brave new world with these ultra-HD gaming monitors:
Asus ROG Swift PG248Q
This 24-inch monitor supports 1,920 x 1,080 resolution and Adobe RGB 74% color support. Believe us when we say that this might be your best resources for tracking and seeing the location of your enemies. Another impressive feature is its 180Hz refresh rate that can handle fast-paced and competitive multiplayer online battle arena games (MOBA).
Alienware 25 is not from outer space, but its features are surely out of this world. The decent screen size of 24.5 inches can handle 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and SRGB 119% color support. It shows off an exotic black design with adjustable mount-support, the inside supports the AlienFX RGB lighting 240Hz refresh rate.
Samsung CHG70 QLED
Samsung is a staple brand in the tech industry. A big percentage of smartphones and laptops come from this brand. And now that they already cater to gamers, expect the CHG70 QLED monitor to have the crispest performance you’re looking for. The 32-inch curved monitor has 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, 16:9 Aspect ratio, and 1.07B color support. You can play any type of game at any angle you want, which will impress both casual and pro gamers.
Samsung CHG90 QLED
Another one from the respectable brand Samsung is the CHG90 QLED. This one is significantly bigger than the CHG70. Its 49-inch screen size can pass as an entertainment television in your living room. The screen carries 3,840 x 1080 resolution and 32:9 aspect ratio. With the ultra-widescreen and premium display, you can see your character anywhere on the map without confusion.
BenQ Zowie XL2540
You’ll be pleased to know that this monitor has wing-like covers on the left and right ends of the screen. That only means that you can have the luxury of privacy while playing if you don’t want to be disturbed. The 24-inch monitor boasts 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and NTSC 72% color support.
Another top-rated screen from the brand Asus is the MG248Q. Its 23.6 inches monitor might be a bit smaller than the other ones on the list but it can effortlessly handle 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and SRGB 100%, Adobe RGB 72% color support. The combination of SRGB and RGB color spaces can translate lifelike graphics from the game straight to your eyes.
The second keyboard under the cult’s favorite BenQ is the PD3200U. The monitor can be used for competitive gaming and even business projects that demand detailed display. Its versatility is already impressive, but its 32-inch screen size also carries 3,840 x 2,160 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and sRGB 100% color support. Play any game on 4K UHD resolution without annoying lags and distorted images.
AOC Agon AG352UCG
The second biggest monitor on the list is the 35-inch AOC Agon AG352UCG that has 3,440 x 1,440 resolution, 21:9 aspect ratio, and sRGB 100% color support. Aside from the size, you’ll be more impressed if you combine its G-Sync with a Nvidia graphics card; play it on any MOBA game and experience high response rates and fewer input lags.
Another massive monitor on this list is the 34-inch Alienware AW3418DW. Despite being ultra wide, it has higher refresh than other monitors—120 Hz. In addition, it also has 3,440 x 1,440 resolution, 21:9 aspect ratio, and sRGB 100% color support. The screen is wider on the horizontal plane so it’s better to be positioned on your left or right side.
High Dynamic Range feature or HDR is mostly present on television screens, cameras, and mobile phones. It is not common in PC monitors, but BenQ incorporated the feature on their EX3501R. Easily launch heavy-graphic games on its 35-inch screen with 3,440 x 1,440 resolution, 21:9 aspect ratio, and sRGB 100% color support.