Introducing the Philips 27E1N56. Honestly, I don’t know the full name of the monitor but in Windows, it is called the 27E1N5600A. Yeah, that’s the name of the monitor. The box?
Category: Monitors & Displays
Introducing yet another monitor by Philips. This is a 32-inch monitor and by the looks alone, you might think that this is the same as the 27-inch version that we reviewed previously – and I don’t blame you because they do look the same, it’s just that the 32-inch version is obviously bigger.
HyperX is expanding into new territory – and they chose monitors. Introducing, the HyperX Armada series of monitors – available in both 25 and 27 inches in size, and they only come with a pole-type monitor arm. There is no conventional monitor arm in the box.
Introducing, the BenQ ZOWIE XL2566K monitor. We bring this up because when it comes to PC gaming, everyone says that “if you want to have the best gaming experience, you’re going to need a high refresh rate monitor”, right? That’s what the marketing says and that’s what NVIDIA says too – frames win games. In terms of motion smoothness, yes. But, what if I tell you that there are more things that you need to pay attention to – like pixel response time and motion blur? Let’s talk about it.
Introducing the Dell UltraSharp U4021QW – again. We reviewed this monitor more than a year ago and I said that this monitor is actually very good. About 2 months ago, I started using this monitor as my daily driver – and I have a lot of long-term user experience stories to share with you.
It’s only been a few years since the idea of a “portable monitor” started to pick up steam. Today, we have the Arzopa G1 with us. There are a few quirks here and there but overall, the Arzopa G1 portable monitor does what it is advertised to do. Since this is a portable monitor, I think it is much more suitable to watch our video instead of reading since video is a much better way to convey information.
When it comes to high-end gaming monitors, it’s always the same type of things shown in reviews – running benchmarks, colorful games, testing out HDR with some games like Cyberpunk 2077 and perhaps running some benchmarks like the UFO Test to show the latency and whatnot. Those methodologies work – but they’re just too generic at this point.
These are all the experiences shared by our very own racing simulator enthusiast – Mr John. He is someone who actually bought those steering wheels, foot pedals, and gearbox controllers and hooked all of them to his own work desk. He liked it so much to the point that he even bought triple monitors to create the “sitting inside a car” feel – but ran into a lot of issues with that setup.
I’m very sure that you guys have heard and seen this monitor before. This is the Samsung Odyssey G9 Neo – a 49-inch 32:9 monitor with bonkers specs and also has NVIDIA G-Sync built-in. This monitor is literally at the top of its class. We did our tests and this is what we found out about this monitor.