Samsung’s 28-inch gaming monitor is a display beast with UHD resolution, 1 ms response time, and 144Hz refresh rateTuesday, 22 Feb 2022
The Samsung Odyssey G70A wants to be the de-facto, gaming monitor for all, with both G-Sync and AMD FreeSync compatibility.
Xiaomi's Mi Curved Gaming Monitor is a 34-inch UWQHD screen with 144Hz refresh rate (New Pricing)Sunday, 30 Aug 2020
Xiaomi makes gaming monitors now and it's also available locally!
Deal Alert: 29 May 2020, Ultra Widescreen Monitors editionFriday, 29 May 2020
The 34-inch curved monitor deals issue.
Samsung's 32-inch Space Gaming Monitor is massive, but it also helps you save spaceWednesday, 21 Aug 2019
Samsung made a gaming version of its Space Monitor.
Razer has its first gaming monitor with the Raptor, a 27-inch 144Hz displaySaturday, 12 Jan 2019
The Raptor is Razer's first ever gaming monitor, featuring a 27-inch 144Hz IPS display and Chroma lighting.
Aftershock’s PRISM+ P270 is a 27-inch 4K monitor that won’t hurt your walletWednesday, 5 Sep 2018
The PRISM+ P270 is a 27-inch screen targeted at content creators.
The SuperSolid X270 is an affordable 4K monitor by local startup DreamcoreWednesday, 5 Sep 2018
The SuperSolid X270 is a super affordable 27-inch 4K monitor.
The new LG 32GK850G and 27GK750F gaming monitors are now availableSaturday, 17 Mar 2018
The GK series gaming monitors feature high refresh rate and a slew of other gaming-oriented features.
LG will unveil 32UD99 – a HDR-compatible 4K monitor – at CES 2017Thursday, 15 Dec 2016
The 32-inch 4K monitor will have an IPS panel while supporting the HDR10 standard, as well as USB-C connectivity. Other showfloor products include the Chromecast-enabled UltraWide Mobile Monitor, and a 34-inch UltraWide gaming monitor with AMD FreeSync.
Samsung puts quantum dot technology into its new curvy gaming monitorsSaturday, 3 Sep 2016
Samsung has announced three new curved gaming monitors that feature the quantum dot display technology traditionally found in TVs. Quantum dot technology offers more vivid colors and deeper blacks, and Samsung is claiming an overall more immersive experience on its new screens.