AOC U27V4EA: 4K on 27″ for the economical, but with IPS

Monitors with 4K resolution have been here for some time now, but their significant expansion has long been hindered by their high prices. More solid models used to cost over €500, and the cheaper ones often offered relatively low-quality panels with TN. However, times have changed and 4K monitors are not necessarily a privilege anymore, but common mainstream products. This is exactly what AOC is trying to prove with the new U27V4EA. Read more “AOC U27V4EA: 4K on 27″ for the economical, but with IPS” »

MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD: gaming monitor with pro features

We have recently looked at several multimedia-oriented, design or professional monitors, but most of you will probably be most interested in gaming models. We got a hot news from MSI with the complicated designation Optix MAG274QRF-QD. It has a 27″ QHD 165 Hz display with Quantum Dot and G-Sync support, which are really solid features. Are we looking at a new go-to monitor for passionate gamers? Read more “MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD: gaming monitor with pro features” »

Asus ROG Strix XG438Q – almost my next monitor

4K monitors are no longer unusual today. However, when labels like 120 Hz, HDR or FreeSync complement 4K, more than one player will start paying attention. I consider the ROG Strix XG438Q to be one of the most interesting gaming monitors on the market, as it has long been on my personal watchlist, too. Let’s take a look at this oversized breathtaking gaming display. Read more “Asus ROG Strix XG438Q – almost my next monitor” »

Philips 439P9H – wide boy with a camera for multitasking

Ultrawide monitors have not only gaming but also work use. This is especially the case when it comes to the so-called super ultrawide monitors or pieces with an aspect ratio of 32:10. This is exactly where the Philips 439P9H fits. It impressed us with features, such as rich port selection or an IR camera for Windows Hello. It also offers a KVM switch for connecting accessories to two computers at once and easily switching between them. Read more “Philips 439P9H – wide boy with a camera for multitasking” »

New AOC monitor: A display on a rally car cockpit

Several unusual monitors have already been published under the AOC brand, which were characterized mainly by an eccentric stand. However, the recently announced PD27 again raises the bar of unconventionality. The supporting structure is inspired by the cage of a race car. And to make sense as a whole in the context of the target group, the monitor has a refresh rate of up to 240 Hz. While the price is, well … judge for yourselves. Read more “New AOC monitor: A display on a rally car cockpit” »

Monitor test of AOC U32U1: when design is priority

AOC design monitors, in collaboration with Studio F.A.Porsche, have grown by a new piece. Last tested Q27T1 attracted attention with its unconventional stand and the new U32U1 plans to continue this trend. However, it adds larger dimensions as well as resolution and wider positioning options. It also wants to show great color reproduction for graphic work and very solid port selection. But will its design be the only reason for purchase? Read more “Monitor test of AOC U32U1: when design is priority” »

Gigabyte G32QC – budget 32″ for gaming

Gaming monitors are available in various sizes, formats and curvatures. We’ve had a few 27″ models here lately, representing the current mainstream. But what if you want something bigger, but ultrawide isn’t right for you? In that case, you’ll probably reach for a 32″ display. Would you also like a curve, a lot of Hz and various gaming features? Then you may be interested in Gigabyte G32QC. Read more “Gigabyte G32QC – budget 32″ for gaming” »