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#11 - PC Monitors

This is our final update in our weekly series of new features and improvements.

This week, due to popular demands, we are expanding our review coverage to PC monitors. We are launching with 8 monitors reviews and more are to come in the next few weeks.

Our test methodology has a lot of overlap with TVs, but a few tests were added like color bleed and variable refresh rates.

Reviews at launch

  1. Acer Predator XB271HU 
  2. Dell P2217H 
  3. LG 27UD68P-B 
  4. MSI Optix G27C 
  5. AOC AGON AG271QX 
  6. BenQ Zowie XL2540 
  7. LG 29UM69G-B 
  8. HP V320

You can suggest more monitors that you want us to buy and review here.

Conclusion

In the next few months, we will increase the number of monitors tested, to be able to start recommending which one you should buy based on your needs. If you have any comments or suggestions on tests we could add, send us an email at monitor@rtings.com.

This ends our series of weekly new updates and features. If you have ideas on other aspects we could improve, send us an email at admin@rtings.com.

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I love this site. Please don't sell it to Google or Amazon!!!!

Could you add projectors to your list of things to review? It would round out the video side.

Thanks for the support!

It takes us a long time to add a new product category as we have to ensure the same test methodology can be applied to any model to ensure consistency, and that the results directly reflect performance. While we would love to expand into projects, it wouldn't be for a very, very long time.

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Yes! So happy that you guys are doing this. Not enough resources for monitors out there besides sites that are "sponsored" by the companies they're reviewing. Monitors have been crap for years now, horrible contrast, horrible IPS glow, washed out TNs. Now with VA's (reborn with better response/refresh/lag) and hopefully OLEDs coming into the market, we can get some quality PC gear that's not a $3000+ mastering monitor. Thank you guys. Push for OLED monitors through sources you have pls! :)

The monitor market is definitely very different from TVs, without much emphasis on picture quality. The different features on monitors required designing and redesigning many tests, but it is certainly interesting to see their different performance.

Thanks for the support! If you've got any feedback or questions about our tests or scoring then do let us know!

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