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The ASUS XG27VQ makes your overall gaming experience more immersive as its 1800R curved panel gives you the sensation of the screen surrounding you. Additionally, the panel's curvature minimizes viewing angles on the sides of the monitor which noticeably improves the overall visual consistency of the panel. See More
The picture quality of the ASUS XG27VQ is one of the best among all gaming monitors in this price range. This is due to its VA panel that offers high native contrast ratio, excellent peak brightness, great gamma, and fair color accuracy. The XG27VQ does an excellent job of reproducing deep dark scenes, bright and vivid colors, and some eye-catching intermediate tones. The monitor can reproduce beautiful dark scenes thanks to its native contrast ratio of 3000:1 which allows it to display intense blacks. Colors look bright and vibrant thanks to the monitor's high peak brightness of 300 nits. Mid-tones look life-like because of the panel's nearly ideal average gamma of 2.25. Additionally, the monitor's color inaccuracies are almost invisible to the human eye as its average color error dE is only 2.6. See More
This monitor has multiple tools that enable it to display clear and blur-less motion even in the fastest FPS games, allowing this VA panel to compete against faster TN gaming monitors in this price range. First, the artificial motion blur effect is virtually eliminated by the aid of ASUS's Extreme Low Motion Blur feature, which makes this LCD monitor behave more like CRT monitors. Second, the monitor doesn't suffer from heavy ghosting as each pixel of the ASUS XG27VQ can change its color in 4ms. Finally, the motion appears smooth and fluid because of the monitor's native refresh rate of 144 Hz, which enables it to display up to 144 frames each second. See More
Even though no one has tested the monitor's input lag yet, it seems to be within the four-millisecond range according to the general user reviews and the input lag tests of other ASUS ROG monitors from 2016-2017. Such input lag makes the ASUS XG27VQ one of the most responsive monitors in its price range. The input lag of a monitor corresponds to the time delay between a GPU producing a frame and the monitor processing it. The lower the input lag, the more responsive and connected your gaming experience will be. See More
Samsung CHG90 offers better gaming performance then the overwhelming majority of 40”+ competitors, as this 144 Hz monitor offers highly responsive gameplay with reasonably well-handled motion. Additionally, due to the monitor's aspect ratio of 32:9 you’ll have a wide field of view in the games, like the CS: GO, DOTA 2, League of Legends, and the Star Wars Battlefront. See More
The monitor’s native contrast ratio, peak brightness, gamma, color accuracy, and color uniformity are superior to what the overwhelming majority of competitors on the market offer. It can display amazingly beautiful images, with a wide range of vivid and accurate colors, rich and intense blacks, and some eye-catching intermediate tones that look genuinely accurate. Colors pop, and look crisp because of the monitor’s peak brightness of 331 nits, which, combined with the CHG90’s high color uniformity, makes the colors appear consistent across the entire panel. Dark scenes look deep because of the monitor’s native contrast ratio of 3756:1 which manages to make its blacks appear truly dark. Mid-tones look life-like as the monitor’s gamma is less than one percent off from being perfect. Additionally, the Samsung CHG90 can display a higher variety of colors than the majority of its competitors because it uses a true 10-bit panel that allows it to reproduce more than a billion colors. Furthermore, the monitor’s color inaccuracies are such insignificant, that the human eye can't see those since the panel’s average color error dE is only 1.13. See More
Combining its color gamut, HDR peak brightness, and native contrast ratio with the full HDR10 support the Samsung CHG90 outperforms the absolute majority of its competitors when it comes to the HDR media playback. When working with HDR media, Samsung CHG90 can display almost 90% of pure HDR colors of the DCI P3 color space because of the monitor’s wide color gamut. Such DCI P3 coverage is an infrequent feature for a general purpose monitor. DCI P3 is the color space used in HDR media production. Moreover, the monitor has enough luster to highlight vivid objects in the HDR mode where its brightness peaks at around 600 nits. Additionally, the Samsung CHG90 is among a handful of monitors that support HDR10. See More
The Samsung CHG90 is among the most responsive monitors on the market as its input lag was measured at an amazingly low value of 4.6 ms. Monitor’s input lag is significant in gaming as it shows how much time does a monitor needs to process a frame generated by a computer’s graphics card. See More
The Samsung CHG90 is a fantastic tool for productivity as its 49-inch 3840x1080 display offers enough real-estate to place three Google Docs side by side comfortably. The monitor will also come in handy for those working with massive Excel sheets because of its large on-screen area. Furthermore, the monitor’s Picture-by-picture mode allows the Samsung CHG90 to display pictures from different sources simultaneously. Such feature will make your life much easier if you use a laptop alongside your desktop computer. Additionally, you can manage and organize your workspace using the Samsung’s Easy Setting Box. See More
Because of its full sRGB coverage, the Samsung CHG90 is an excellent tool for media artists, such as web designers and photographers that work in the sRGB color space. Additionally, Samsung CHG90 is suitable for those who make videos for web applications, like YouTube and Twitch, as those also use the sRGB as a default color space. See More
The Samsung CHG90 displays good-looking motion with only some minor traces of motion blur following fast-moving objects on the screen as the monitor’s pixels need only around 10.8 ms to change their color. Such rapid pixel transition is achieved because of the monitor’s full pixel response time of 10.8 ms. Additionally, the monitor doesn’t suffer from any noticeable ghosting. Furthermore, the motion looks smooth because of the monitor's 144 Hz native refresh rate, which ensures that the Samsung CHG90 displays a new frame every seven milliseconds. See More
FreeSync eliminates tearing and reduces stutter because allows the Samsung CHG90 to synchronize its refresh rate to the framerate of your AMD graphics card. FreeSync 2 is an advanced AMD’s technology which combines adaptive synchronization with HDR. AMD claimed that only the best HDR monitors would be compatible with FreeSync 2. See More
The VA panel is produced by Samsung and offers a couple of advantages compared to TN-panels. The image quality is excellent with vibrant colors due to the VA's panel natural higher color reproduction and a good contrast ratio of 3000:1. See More
The maximum refresh rate of this display is 60 Hertz, or 60 frames per second. Some other display offer a much fasyer refresh rate of 120 or even 144 Hz, which increases overall fluidity and responsiveness of the display, especially in gaming situations. See More
Samsung has used its own measures to filter out and eliminate the amount of blue light emitted from the screen if needed and requested. Blue light has been proven to decrease sleep quality; this feature is especially helpful when used during the night. See More
The maximum refresh rate of this display is 160 Hz, which is extremely fast - even for high-end standards. Most high-end displays only offer up to 144 Hz, but this AOC display is a bit faster. High refresh rates are excellent for fast-paced gaming action and ensures a much greater fluidity. See More
The resolution of the AOC C3583FQ is Full HD, but because there's additional screen space on both sides, 2560 x 1080 pixels are displayed. This is the same pixel density as a regular 1080p non-ultrawide monitor. Because of the large screen size of 35 inch, this monitor isn't as sharp as some other displays. The amount of pixels per inch (ppi) is measured at 70. See More
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