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Monitors

ASUS ROG Strix XG17

ASUS ROG Strix XG17

The ASUS ROG Strix XG17 is the ultimate monitor for gamers on the go. Its 17.3″ 1080p IPS display has a refresh rate of up to 240Hz for smooth and tear-free graphics. It lasts up to 3h per charge and has a pair of 1W speakers, two USB-C ports and a micro-HDMI port. Drops Q4 2019.

Asus ProArt PQ22UC Display

Asus ProArt PQ22UC Display
~$5000  Buy Link Comment

Asus‘ 21.6″ portable, external display features a razor sharp 4K UHD resolution, and an impressive OLED panel that supports HDR formats like Dolby Vision, HLG, and HDR-10. The whole thing folds up for easy transport, and has a detachable desktop stand.

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Yesterday Vision Retro Console

Yesterday Vision Retro Console
$2799+  Buy Comment

Love Hulten’s Yesterday Vision is an HDMI monitor with an enclosure that looks like it was made in the 1960s or 1970s. It has a built-in Raspberry Pi that’s loaded with a retro video game emulator. By default, it comes with a 19″ 1280×1024 display, but you can commission larger builds.

Luci Immers Video Headset

Luci Immers Video Headset
$499+  Pledge Link Comment

The Luci Immers is a 1080p video headset that is small and weighs just 6.35oz. It works with both 2D and 3D content and simulates viewing a massive 85 ft diagonal screen viewed from about 65 ft away. It has USB-C and HDMI inputs. It’s available in three strap variants.

GAEMS Guardian

GAEMS Guardian
$700+  Pledge Link Comment

GAEMS’ flagship portable gaming case is good enough to be used as a primary setup. It has a built-in 24″ 1440p 60Hz monitor, HDMI 1.4 and USB 3.0 inputs and outputs, and two 3.5mm jacks. It can house an Xbox One, PS4 or a micro ATX PC.

Topo Gamepad Mountable Monitor

Topo Gamepad Mountable Monitor
~$69+  Buy Link Comment

The Topo is a 7″ 720p IPS LCD monitor that comes with your choice of a PS4 or Xbox One gamepad mount. It’s a great lightweight choice for console gaming on the go. It has a full size HDMI port, a 3.5mm jack and a microUSB power port.

G-Story Portable 4K Monitor

G-Story Portable 4K Monitor
$329  Buy Comment

G-Story’s portable 15.6″ 16:9 4K monitor is designed especially for gamers. It has a 60Hz refresh rate but it also supports AMD FreeSync to combat screen tearing. It has a 12ms response time and supports HDR. It has an HDMI port, a USB port and a USB-C port.

Gemini Portable Monitor

Gemini Portable Monitor
$159+  Pledge Comment

The Gemini is a portable 15.6″ monitor that has a built-in 5000mAh battery, enough to power it for up to 5h per charge, and can also charge mobile devices. It comes in a 1080p variant with a touchscreen, as well as a 4K variant with a Mini DisplayPort and an HDMI port.

HP Omen X Emperium 65 Display

HP Omen X Emperium 65 Display
$5000  Buy Link Comment

The crazy expensive HP Omen X Emperium 65 is the first commercially available NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Display. The 65″ monitor has HDR, a 144Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, and NVIDIA G-Sync. It also has an NVIDIA Shield built-in and comes with a soundbar.

Razer Raptor Monitor

Razer Raptor Monitor
$700  Buy Link Comment

Razer’s svelte new 27″ gaming monitor has a wide stand, but it’s not just for show – though it does have an RGB LED strip. The stand has CNC-milled slots at the back for cable management, and the display itself tilts up to 90º for easy access to the ports underneath.

LG 49″ UltraWide Monitor

LG 49″ UltraWide Monitor

LG’s upcoming 49WL95 49″ ultra-wide monitor has a 32:9 aspect ratio and 5120×1440 resolution. It has 99% sRGB accuracy and support for HDR10. It has a Picture-by-Picture mode and lets you control multiple devices with the same keyboard and mouse.

Samsung Space Monitor

Samsung Space Monitor
$400-$500  Buy Link Comment

Samsung’s slimline monitor aims to save space and your neck thanks to its unique design. It clamps on to the edge of a desk and can then be pushed flat against a wall, or extended as far as the surface of the desk. It’s available in 27″ 1440p or 31″ 4K models.

Vinpok Split Portable Monitor

Vinpok Split Portable Monitor
$199+  Pledge Link Comment

The Vinpok Split is a lightweight and portable 15.6″ touchscreen 1080p monitor with USB-C and mini HDMI outputs. That means you can use it with laptops, desktop computers, gaming consoles and even Android phones. You can connect up to two units at once.

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Dell UltraSharp 49 Monitor

Dell UltraSharp 49 Monitor

Dell’s UltraSharp 49 is the world’s first 49″ dual QHD curved monitor (5120×1440). It comes with a built-in video input management so you can easily arrange windows, and allows you to use one keyboard and mouse for two PCs. Drops 10/26/18 for $1700.

Samsung SJ55W Monitor

Samsung SJ55W Monitor
$430  Buy Link Comment

If you often work with lots of windows on your computer, check out Samsung’s ultra widescreen monitor. It boasts a 21:9 3440×1440 display and supports AMD FreeSync. It has a DisplayPort and two HDMI ports, and can show two inputs side-by-side or picture-in-picture.

Mobile Pixels Duo Laptop Monitor

Mobile Pixels Duo Laptop Monitor
$220+  Pledge Comment

Mobile Pixels’ Duo is a 12.5″ 1080p USB-C monitor that clips on the back of laptops via magnetic adhesives for use as a secondary screen. The USB-C cable handles both data and power. You can adjust the Duo’s hinge as well as fold it behind your laptop’s screen.

Philips Momentum 4K Monitor

Philips Momentum 4K Monitor
$999  Buy Link Comment

The Philips Momentum 436M6VBPAB was designed for gaming. It has a 43″ screen with 4K resolution and HDR1000, ensuring bright whites and deep blacks. It’s also extremely responsive with a 4ms response time and has built-in ambient lighting.

C-Force USB-C Monitor

C-Force USB-C Monitor
$199+  Pledge Comment

A versatile, portable monitor for USB-C capable devices. It’s a 15.6″ 1080p monitor that can act as a second screen for laptops, and as a display for smartphones and the Nintendo Switch. It has USB-A inputs for peripherals and has stereo speakers.

Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays

Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays

Nvidia’s Big Format Gaming Display is meant to be a 4K TV for gamers. It has a 65″ 4K HDR screen with 120Hz refresh rate and compatibility with G-Sync technology. It also has Nvidia’s Shield streaming built-in. Look for BFGDs from Asus, Acer and HP in 2018.

ASUS ROG Bezel-free Monitor Kit

ASUS ROG Bezel-free Monitor Kit

Until we get bezel-less displays, multi-monitor setups will have borders. But ASUS thinks it has devised a stopgap solution. Its Bezel-free Kit is a set of transparent peripherals that clip onto monitors where their seams meet. Its lenses bend light to hide the displays’ borders.

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Samsung CJ791 Curved QLED Monitor

Samsung CJ791 Curved QLED Monitor

Samsung’s CJ791 is the first curved monitor that connects via USB-C Thunderbolt 3, so you can plug in compatible computers and peripherals via a single cable. The 34″ 3440×1440 screen has up to 4ms response time and displays 125% of the sRGB spectrum.

Massdrop Vast Gaming Monitor

Massdrop Vast Gaming Monitor
$550  Buy Comment

Massdrop worked with AU Optronics to create its own curved gaming monitor, the Vast. The 35″ monitor uses a VA panel that has a 3440 x 1440p resolution, 2ms response time and 100Hz refresh rate. It also supports AMD FreeSync and is VESA compatible.

AOC x Porsche LED Monitor

AOC x Porsche LED Monitor
$200-$250  Buy Comment

Designed by Studio FA Porsche, the PDS 1080p IPS LED monitor is extremely lean and clean. It has a nearly bezel-less display and a stand that hides a mini-HDMI cable, which connects to a power and HDMI brick. It also has 100% sRGB color gamut. Available in 24″ or 27″.

Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor

Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor
$500-$700  Buy Link Comment

Alienware’s new 25″ 1080p LCD monitor provides up to 240Hz refresh rates and a 1ms response time for a smooth gaming experience. It’s also highly adjustable and has RGB accent lighting at the back. It has NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync compatible versions.

Samsung CHG90 Ultrawide Monitor

Samsung CHG90 Ultrawide Monitor
$1500  Buy Link Comment

Samsung keeps curved screens alive with its bonkers 49″ 32:9 3840×1080 QLED monitor. Aimed primarily at gamers, the CHG90 has a 144Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync compatibility. But with the ability to show up to six separate screens, it’s a workhorse as well.

ASUS MB16AC USB-C Monitor

ASUS MB16AC USB-C Monitor
$249  Buy Link Comment

The 15.6″ ASUS ZenScreen MB16AC is the world’s thinnest and lightest portable 1080p monitor, at only 8mm thick and weighing just 1.8lb. It gets power and data via USB-C and can be used in both portrait and landscape modes as either a mirror or a second display.

LG 43UD79-B 4K Monitor

LG 43UD79-B 4K Monitor
$697  Buy Comment

It’s hard to remember this monitor’s name, but it certainly leaves an impression. LG’s new 43″ 4K monitor has a ton of inputs: two HDMI 1.4, two HDMI 2.0, a DisplayPort 1.2, a USB-C port and two USB 3 ports, so you can have up to four 21.5″ 1080p displays at once.

ASUS 4K 144Hz Monitor

ASUS 4K 144Hz Monitor

The ASUS PG27UQ is the world’s first 4K monitor that refreshes at 144Hz. The 27″ display also supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology for variable refresh rates when using NVIDIA GPUs, as well as HDR 10 technology. Now we just need a graphics card that can run it.

HP Omen X 35 Curved Monitor

HP Omen X 35 Curved Monitor
$1299  Buy Comment

One of the most glorious gaming monitors we’ve seen yet, this enormous 35″, 21:9 ratio curved screen packs a 3400×1440 resolution, a fast 100Hz refresh rate, and supports NVIDIA G-Sync to eliminate screen-tearing while you frag your enemies.

Samsung CH711 Quantum Dot Monitor

Samsung CH711 Quantum Dot Monitor

Samsung’s new flagship curved PC monitor. Available in 27″ or 31.5″, the nearly bezel-less CH711 has a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, 21:9 aspect ratio, up to 125% sRGB coverage and a 178º viewing angle. It also has various gaming settings and a picture-in-picture mode.

GAEMS Rail System Monitor Stand

GAEMS Rail System Monitor Stand
$230-$250  Buy Comment

Customize and clean up your desktop computer setup with GAEMS’ VESA-compatible monitor stands. The Rail System supports up to 24″ monitors and has room for mobile devices, headphones, webcams and more. Available in satellite and weighted variants. Video here.

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