Large, curved screens have been a feature of high-end displays, but HP's 34f proves you can get a premium experience at an affordable price. This monitor is a great option for shoppers looking for a vibrant screen for work or home use.
Razer's first attempt at a gaming monitor is ambitious. With a unique cable management system, high-end aluminum materials, and excellent image quality, the Razer Raptor 27 definitely lives up to the company's reputation. But at $699, it's not cheap, either.
These days, 4K monitors keep getting more affordable, but some make that possible via significant compromises. The 2019 refresh of the HP 27f 4K offers some decent image quality to back up its resolution, but it's missing a few key features that hold it back from greatness.
AMD gamers with monitor envy can now experience some of the high-end monitor features experienced by G-Sync gamers with the AOPEN 32HC1QUR. This FreeSync gaming monitor supports fast refresh rates and response times, a curved panel for immersive gaming, and an affordable price tag.
Supporting a wide P3 color space and a 4K resolution display, LG’s UltraFine 4K is an affordable alternative to Apple’s premium Pro Display XDR. This 24-inch display is the perfect companion to a MacBook laptop for creatives, giving professionals a larger canvas to work on projects that demand color accuracy.
Most photographers and videographers still use MacBooks, but even expensive 4K monitors don’t always match the colors of those laptop screens. The BenQ PD3220U is a monitor specifically made to solve that problem. But can that possibly be worth its $1,200 price tag?
High-concept monitors can sometimes over-complicate things. But at CES 2019, we checked out one that fixes the problem it attempts to solve – your cluttered desk. With a dual-hinge arm, the Samsung Space Monitor can stand straight up as if mounted to a wall.