Now that it's midway through the year and the deals are now on, I believe now is a good time as any to re-start the What Should I Buy discussions and to talk about what are the best high resolution, ultra-widescreen monitors are for 2020. We'll be focusing on monitors that are at least 34 to 35 inches in size… and in a price range that 'most' people should consider reasonable.
And there's a monitor for every budget. Here is a list of some bargains currently:
The aptly named Kogan KAMN34QUSA is priced lower than $500, currently selling for $450 at the time of writing. It features a 1440p 75hz (non-curved) display. On paper, this is a good entry level option for those who don't play games. Not height adjustable.
The Asus VP348QG has similar specifications, for $599. Like the Kogan, the display isn't curved either and does not swivel / not height adjustable.
Kogan KAMN34FXQULA is a value oriented, mid-range display with a VA Panel @ 144hz, HDR400 Certification with no height adjustment. The high refresh rate makes it a good candidate for gaming on a budget price bracket. Typically goes on sale for $600-ish.
The Samsung c34h890wje features a
144hz 100hz VA panel for less than $800. It also has a USB Type C port with power delivery. As Samsung sells this intended for business use, the monitor stand features height and swivel adjustment, a feature that is typically omitted from Kogan's offerings
The Lenovo G34w-10 also features a Samsung 144hz VA panel for $900 but seen for less than $700 when on sale. Has height adjustable and swiveling stand. Stock can be a little hard to find.
Titan Army N34QW costs $700-ish and features a Samsung made VA Panel @ 144hz and HDR400 certification. Not height adjustable / swivel.
The Acer Predator X34p is a high end G-SYNC enabled monitor with IPS panels at 100hz. Priced currently over $1000. Great choice for people with Nvidia graphics cards and does not want any compromise at all with display technology. Height adjustable + swivel.
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