It's Windows Hello certified and also includes speakers and a microphone.
Ultra-fast refresh freaks may want to look elsewhere, but for those on the hunt for the best-balanced all-around gaming monitor, the Aorus FI32Q nears perfection on every feature front.
If your only gaming concern is how well your monitor performs in fast-paced esports scenarios, Acer's Nitro XV252Q F is your panel. It sheds everything you don't need and nails the big target: sheer speed.
MSI's Optix MAG274R2 delivers impressive color results for the money, but some ghosting problems keep this panel from its ideal destiny: crisp and responsive gaming.
Whether you're a creative pro, an amateur enthusiast, or a student learning the trade, here's how to shop for a display to use for photo work—plus the top picks from our lab-tested reviews.
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.
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.
The Lepow Lite H1 Portable Monitor, a compact, easy-to-pack 14-inch display, provides excellent color coverage at an aggressive price. We'd just like to see a bit more panel brightness.
Four of the monitors have flat-screen IPS panels while the remaining three feature curved screens. The most expensive model, a 34-inch ultra-widescreen 1440p monitor, lands in September for $459.
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.
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.
If you want your multiplayer and single-player games to look their best at 1440p, the Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor should be a top pick on your list.
Its panel is twitch-quick, but the underwhelming HDR and high price of BenQ's Mobiuz EX3415R keep it from hitting the heights set by competing ultrawide gaming monitors.
If you're using two or more monitors, there are a few things you can do to optimize your computer setup.
Set to start shipping in the fall, the 4K model will cost $3,000 while the 8K version is going for $17,500.
In a hypercompetitive world where milliseconds make all the difference, esports players need tools like Nvidia Latency Analyzer and Reflex + Boost to frag at their most precise. How does it work in practice?
If you shop wisely, $200 or less can land you a midsize monitor with wide color coverage, comfy ergonomics, and maybe some surprising extras. Here's how to snag the best cheap monitor (or two of 'em!), plus top picks backed by our deep-dive reviews.
The Dell 32 4K USB-C Hub Monitor is a beautiful, spacious 4K display with full sRGB color coverage. Its range of ports and flexible stand add up to a good productivity monitor for creative workers, but you will pay a hefty premium for it all.
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.
A boon to gamers, graphic designers, and multitaskers alike, curved monitors provide a much more immersive viewing experience than flat panels. Is one the right choice for you? Check out our buying advice and top picks, based on our deep-dive reviews.