The price of convenience and portability is not cheap as we've seen with ultrabooks, SFF PCs and NUCs. But have you seen a portable monitor that you can carry around without the hassle of a transportation and without worrying that it might break in transit? What we have here ASUS' solution for a portable display, enter the ZenScreen MB16A 15.6" 1080p USB-C Monitor. Read on as we wrap up 2018 with this #B2G Review
SpecterPro's success in disrupting the market didn't stop with the release of the G255SL. They released a new product line aimed to fill the curved 24" and 27" variants while being able to maintain its competitive pricing. What we have here is the SpecterPro XT27NS 27" 1080p 144Hz curved gaming monitor. How does it compare against monitors in its class? Learn more in this #B2G Review
Have you ever heard of a monitor brand called "BEZEL"? No, not the literal bezel, but a monitor display unit called BEZEL. This BEZEL 27MD28911 is a 27 Inch monitor that features a 144Hz refresh rate and 3ms response time GtG. So if you're on a budget and looking for a gaming monitor, you might want to check this one out first.
A solid gaming experience does not just rely on the specs of your PC, but also on how good does your monitor display it. But there's always a tradeoff between having a smooth high refreshrate experience that TN panels offer or the crisp colors and amazing viewing angles with IPS monitors. You can't get the best of both worlds unless you shred a ton of money. But what the SpecterPro G255SL offers is a taste of both a TN's high refreshrate and an IPS' viewing experience. Learn more about its bells and whistles in this #B2G Review.
In the survey that we conducted from November 6, 2017 to December 4, 2017, we asked our visitors what is the resolution of the monitor they use for gaming. A total of 514 respondents answered our survey and, as expected, 1920 x 1080 resolution dominated. About 60% of our visitors are still using monitors with 1920 x 1080 resolution. It is not surprising given that about 60% of our visitors are using GPU's meant for playing games at 1920 x 1080 resolution according to our October 2017 survey. As added info, the pie chart below shows the survey results according to the aspect ratio of the monitor. Ultrawide monitors (21:9 aspect ratio) are starting to gain usage among gamers. We have already shown that ulrawide gaming is now accessible for most gamers based on the tests we conducted on GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and on Radeon RX 480. We would...
With 43" of 4K screen real estate, this is one of the most compelling choices in the market today below Php30,000. With a size that rivals today's modern TVs, this is an excellent and easy addition to any professional's workflow who work with hi-resolution media. Read more in this #B2G review of the Philips Brilliance 4K BDM4350UC UltraHD display
It's a competitive market in the 1440p gaming segment with ASUS, ACER and BenQ all have some of the best displays around but little did we expect that ViewSonic would give them a run for their money offering a 165hz panel with AHVA that deliver excellent response time, high refresh rate and excellent picture quality. Read on to find out more about the ViewSonic XG2703-GS gaming monitor in this #B2G review!
One of the first off the gates from ASUS' ROG monitor line, the PG27AQ 4K Gsync monitor has stood the test of time and still stands as the flagship 4K 27" IPS panel for the gaming display arm of ASUS. With a perfect gamut rating from our Spyder5 test and an overall 4.0 result, together with great ergonomics and striking looks, the ROG PG27AQ is easily one of the best 27" panel if you're looking for 4K and Gsync with great picture quality. Read on and find out more about the ASUS ROG Swift PG27AQ 4K Gsync IPS monitor in this #B2G review!