Dell UP2516D Review

Dell UP2516D

The Dell UP2516D is an excellent budget-friendly choice for professional photographers and digital artists. It has a QHD resolution of 2560×1440 and covers 100% of the sRGB spectrum, providing lots of vivid colors and deep, rich blacks. Other features like the built-in KVM and PIP/PBP features round out a really nice 25-inch monitor for the price.

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AOC U3477PQU Review


The AOC U3477PQU is an ultrawide QHD monitor that offers a lot of great features, although it has received somewhat questionable customer reviews in the past. It has a 3440×1440 pixel resolution and offers niceties such as an ergonomic stand and USB quick charge power station. It also features loads of connectivity such as VGA, DVI, HDMI (with MHL), and DisplayPort connections. This is a really nice monitor overall, however, I urge you to read the customer reviews before making your final decision.

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Samsung S27D590P Review


This Samsung S27D590P review will focus on the features and specifications of this 27 inch Full HD monitor. Some of the features include mega dynamic contrast ratio, magic upscale technology, and the dual HDMI inputs. This is a rather expensive monitor, although it’s made by a top-notch manufacturer and has already received many positive reviews and ratings around the internet.

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Philips BDM4350UC Review

Philips BDM4350UC

The Philips BDM4350UC is one of the biggest 4K UHD monitors on the market and has a lot of really impressive specs and features. The PBP mode lets you have four devices connected at the same time with each of them getting one-quarter of the screen at a full 1920×1080 resolution. The brightness, contrast and response time of this monitor are all equally impressive. Overall, this appears to be a very good 4K UHD monitor for the money.

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AOC C2783FQ Review


The AOC C2783FQ is a 27 inch Full HD (1920×1080) Curved WLED VA monitor that fills the mid-range monitor void quite nicely. It’s rated at 300 cd/m2 brightness with an impressive 50 million to 1 contrast ratio that provides cool, rich blacks along with bright vivid colors. You can connect to this monitor using VGA, DVI or HDMI (with MHL support). While this monitor is lacking speakers, it does have a headphone jack you can use to connect headphones or another set of speakers.

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