ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ: 200Hz 35-inch G-Sync Gaming Monitor

The ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ is the newest arrival from ASUS meant to make a dent in the gaming monitor arena. The new ultra wide curved 35-inch gaming monitor has impressive specs and will likely have a high price to match. Equipped with NVIDIA G-Sync, high dynamic range capability, quantum-dot technology, and last but not … Continue reading →

MSI Optix G27C: 144Hz 27-inch 1080p Gaming Monitor

Yet another company has thrown its hat into the high refresh rate monitor. MSI, a brand mostly specializing in desktop hardware, has announced the MSI Optix G27C. Specs wise this curved monitor could be considered entry level because it is rather lackluster and bare bones. The MSI Optix G27C has a 1080p resolution in conjunction … Continue reading →

BenQ Zowie XL2411: 144Hz 24-inch 1080p Gaming Monitor

BenQ Zowie XL2411

The BenQ Zowie XL2411 is one the first monitors released by BenQ after its acquisition of the e-sport gaming brand Zowie. The company has announced that all future e-sport monitors would carry the Zowie name. We can likely expect rebranded versions of all of BenQ’s existing professional gaming monitors. The monitor is identical both in … Continue reading →

Acer Predator XB251HQT: 240Hz 24.5-inch G-Sync TN Gaming Monitor

The Acer Predator XB251HQT is among three new monitors that have been revealed this week, the other two being the Predator Z271T and the Predator XB271HUT. The latter two are updated models of the original Acer Predator Z271 and Acer Predator XB271HU. What’s the most remarkable among all the three is that they are equipped … Continue reading →

LG 34UC79G: 144Hz 34-inch FreeSync IPS Curved Gaming Monitor

LG 34UC79G

The LG 34UC79G marks the company’s second entry into the high refresh rate arena. This is after the LG 24GM77 which is featured in our buyer’s guide. This gaming monitor is the only curved high refresh monitor that they offer so far. With a 3440 x 1440 resolution and 34 inch size this monitor boasts … Continue reading →

Dell S2417DG: 165Hz 24-inch G-Sync TN Gaming Monitor

Dell S2417DG

The Dell S2417DG is the company’s second high refresh rate monitor. The monitor is very similar to the Dell S2716DG, a 27-inch 144Hz TN panel monitor that Dell released to compete with high end monitors. This time Dell stepped it up and boosted their refresh rate to 165Hz! The Dell S2417DG’s 24-inch size coupled with … Continue reading →

Viewsonic XG3202-C: 144Hz 31.5-inch FreeSync VA Curved Gaming Monitor

Viewsonic XG3202-C

Viewsonic has revealed a new curved gaming monitor at Computex 2016 – the Viewsonic XG3202-C. This comes after the company had announced three monitors at CES 2016 for its XG series, the XG2401, XG2701, and XG2703-GS. The newest addition, the XG3202-C, is the first curved 144Hz gaming monitor by the company. The Viewsonic XG3202-C has … Continue reading →

Lenovo Y27f: 144Hz 27-inch FreeSync VA Curved Gaming Monitor

Lenovo Y27f

The Lenovo Y27f is the company’s second 144Hz gaming monitor in the market. It comes after the Lenovo Y27g that was revealed at CES 2016 and which sports NVIDIA’s G-Sync instead of AMD’s FreeSync. In terms of other specifications the two are nearly identical aside from adaptive sync technology. Both utilize a VA panel, a … Continue reading →

AOC AG271QG: 165Hz 27-inch G-Sync IPS Gaming Monitor


The AOC AG271QG is the latest addition to AOC’S AGON line of hardcore gaming monitors with the first being the AOC AG271QX. Formally known as the AOC AGON AG271QG, the 27 inch monitor has a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution meaning it has an excellent pixel density of 109 pixels per inch. It’s equipped with … Continue reading →

Pixio PX277: 144Hz 27-inch 1440p FreeSync IPS Gaming Monitor

Pixio PX277

The Pixio PX277 is a newly released 144Hz monitor made by the up-and-coming brand named Pixio. Developed by the Korean-American company Patchworks, the brand hopes to bring more quality monitors at an affordable price by limiting middlemen and overhead costs. The monitor includes a 144Hz refresh rate, an IPS panel, FreeSync technology, and a 1440p … Continue reading →