2 May 2018
A review of the new 31.5" gaming
screen from LG. This model is based on a VA technology panel with 2560 x
1440 resolution, 5ms G2G response time, 144Hz native refresh rate, 165Hz
overclocking feature and NVIDIA G-sync support.
A review of the new 31.5" IPS screen
from Philips, aimed primarily at HDR uses. This model features a 2560 x
1440 resolution, 1200:1 contrast ratio and comes with a range of
connections including USB type-C.
Acer ProDesigner PE320QK
A detailed look at the new 31.5" IPS
screen from Acer in their ProDesigner series. Featuring an Ultra HD 3840 x
2160 resolution, wide colour gamut support and a wide range of options for
semi professional design and colour work.
Asus ROG Strix XG35VQ
An exclusive first review of the new
ROG Strix XG35VQ gaming screen from Asus. This model is 35" in size with
an ultrawide format and full 1440p resolution. It has a VA panel and
offers support for AMD FreeSync, as well as having an added ELMB blur
reduction backlight system.
Dell Alienware AW3418DW
A detailed review of the new 34"
ultrawide IPS gaming screen from Dell. Part of their Alienware branded
range, this model features a native 100Hz refresh rate and 120Hz
overclocking feature. Includes comparisons with other popular ultrawide
gaming screens throughout.
A detailed review of the new 31.5"
sized CHG70 gaming screen from Samsung. Featuring a curved VA panel with
1440p resolution, 144Hz native refresh rate, FreeSync 2, HDR support and a
High Refresh Rate Panels and Displays,
A road-map and round-up
Updated 9 October 2017
A look ahead at the panel and monitor roadmaps, with a focus on
high refresh rates. This includes across all technologies
including TN Film, VA and IPS.
A look at the new ultrawide 34" screen
from Philips, featuring a 3440 x 1440 resolution Samsung SVA panel and
support for 100Hz refresh rate. Also including FreeSync and a range of
extra features for general uses.