For years, the standard resolution for gaming PCs and consoles was 1920×1080, which is a Full HD resolution. 1080p monitors were the only practical choice for gaming for many years, but the advent of 1440p hardware for mid-range gaming PCs means that the 1440p monitor market has become more competitive. Similarly, the market for 4K monitors is also becoming quite large.
While 4K is becoming more affordable for the average consumer, 2560×1440 monitors meet the needs of many gamers who need a higher resolution than 1080p and still want to show 120+ FPS. A new 144fps standard is coming soon, of course, but it is more focused on gaming than video viewing.
Gaming monitors are functional, thanks to the development of IPS panel technology, modern monitors provide good performance for dynamic games. VA and IPS panels are now the standard for a good monitor.
Acer Predator X34
This monitor has a curved 34-inch display, which displays a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels. It also supports the G-Sync updates and offers speeds of up to 100 Hz. It even has a built-in 4-port USB 3.0 hub, which users can use for charging and connecting peripherals such as input devices, mobile devices or external storage devices.
For most gamers, WQHD resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels is enough. The monitor panel set IPS, which means bright colors and an incredibly high 165Hz refresh rate – the first of its kind in the world, according to ASUS.
27 inch monitor with a resolution of 3840×2160 is equipped with a USB hub, HDMI, miniDisplayPort, 2 x DisplayPort. IPS matrix perfect monitor for work and and games.
Monitor 2014 with a resolution of Full HD 1920×1080 established itself as an excellent monitor with an acceptable price-quality ratio, HDMI port, DisplayPort, VGA, matrix VA. In general, the monitor can be attributed to the budget model, but because of its price and capabilities are in demand among buyers.