We start with the monitor BenQ GL2480, which is characterized by being 24 inches and having 1080p resolution. Then we have the LG UltraGear 32GN650B-AEU, a huge 32-inch monitor with a 1440p resolution. Finally we have the monitor Samsung LU28R552UQRXEN 28-inch that offers us 4K resolution.
Steam statistics show that more than 50% of users play in 1080p resolution. This resolution allows us a high FPS rate in games, something that is ideal for titles such as CSGO or Fortnite, among others. Games in which a high refresh rate allows for a sharper image and greater precision.
For users who want a cheap solution we have this BenQ, which is quite basic. We are talking about a monitor with a 24 inch TN type panel with a 1080p resolution. This monitor offers us a 75Hz refresh rateas well as a 1ms response time. Note that this monitor has an NTSC color spectrum of 72%.
does not have technology support such as AMD FreeSync or NVIDIA G-Sync, but what more can we ask for such an inexpensive monitor. If it offers us blue light mitigation technology and a curious technology called ePaper that simulates as if we were reading in an electronic book. It also integrates HDMI, DVI and VGA connectivity.
This monitor is not a wonder, far from it, being simply a cheap monitor. Despite being classified as gaming, it seems like a fairly normal monitor. A solution that is fine for its price.
LG UltraGear 32GN650B-AEU
We have to say that, among all the chosen ones, this is the one with the most gaming focus. This monitor does bring characteristics of a monitor intended for video games. In addition, we are talking about a solution from one of the best brands on the market in terms of manufacturing monitors and televisions.
About this LG monitor, say that it uses a VA panel with a size of 32 inches and one 1440p resolution. A very interesting feature is that it offers us a 144Hz response ratewhich by overclocking can reach 165 Hz. Additionally, it offers us a 5ms response time and a colored cover sRGB 95%.
Seeking to offer the best user experience, this LG monitor has support for the AMD FreeSync Premium technology. We are talking about the highest specification of this technology, which seeks to offer a very fluid experience. Thanks to this technology, typical problems in games, such as tearing in the image or blurred scenes, are suppressed.
This LG monitor is one of the best options you can buy if you are passionate about video games. You will enjoy an excellent image quality and a resolution that will allow you to obtain a better image quality in games.
As a last option, we bring you a monitor that, although it is not gaming, does have several gaming features. The most prominent is the integration or support of AMD FreeSync technology. This technology is integrated into many of these peripherals, because it does not require the payment of royalties.
In this case, Samsung offers us a monitor with a 28-inch IPS-panel with a 4K resolution. It also stands out for offering a brightness of 300 cd/m2 and a DCI color coverage of 90%. All this is complemented by a 60Hz refresh rate and a you4 ms GtG response time.
It is not the only peculiarity of this monitor and it is that it includes support for AMD Free Sync. This technology that can be integrated into any monitor is designed to obtain smoother images in games. It also offers support for the tHDR10 technology, which, among other things, offers purer colors.
Regarding connectivity, this monitor is not malnourished at all. It includes one DisplayPort 1.2 port and two HDMI 2.0 portsas well as a jack connector for headphones or speakers.
If you are more of a casual gamer or want to focus mainly on games with history and graphic quality like Cyberpunk 2077, it is an option to consider. It lacks little things, it is undeniable, but a 4K resolution gaming monitor for just over 400 euros is difficult to find.