If you want a high-end monitor that can do both gaming and desktop productivity work, a 4K monitor can be an excellent option. Here are our top recommendations in different sizes and panel technologies.
If you're upgrading to a new flagship GPU from AMD or Nvidia, you won't want to play games on some crappy old monitor. Harness their full benefits using a top quality display like these 5 recommendations.
Whether you're after a high refresh rate display, a glorious big panel for content creation, or something wallet-friendly, our updated PC monitor guide will help you on your way.
The Cooler Master Tempest GP27U has been a hotly anticipated monitor for gamers. This is the first sub-$1,000 4K gaming display with full array local dimming, bringing 576 zones of mini-LED goodness.
The LG 32GQ950 is a high-end 4K gaming monitor equipped with top-end features. 4K gaming is more popular than ever and this 32-inch monitor can do both, play and be used for content creation.
In context: YouTube's controversial experiment in which it restricted 4K content to its $12-per-month Premium service has come to an end. What conclusion Google drew from the test is unknown---it appears to be still gathering feedback-so there's no guarantee the resolution will remain accessible on the platform indefinitely.
WTF?! It might sound like a terrible idea, but YouTube could start charging users who want to watch videos on the platform in 4K, making the resolution exclusive to its $12-per-month Premium service. There's no confirmation that owner Google will go down this route as it could only be a test to gauge reaction, though such a move would obviously cause a lot of anger from creators and viewers alike.
The Sony Inzone M9 marks the company's comeback to the gaming monitor market with a 27" 4K IPS 144Hz display with some PlayStation flair, plus affordable HDR capabilities.
The Odyssey G7 S28 is a really good display, and it's more competently put together than the other Odyssey monitors we've reviewed over the last few years, it incorporates true HDMI 2.1, and it's not ridiculously expensive.