Our local custom PC and laptop brand, ILLEGEAR, is not new in the gaming peripherals market. Exactly one year ago, we reviewed the ILLEGEAR BOLT
Category: Monitors & Displays
Review – Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved WUHD Monitor (U4021QW): Yes, it’s a 40-inch curved 4K ultrawide monitor
I have been an avid believer of ultrawide monitors since its inception. I was already using the U2913WM back in 2013 or 2014 – and that monitor is still working now, by the way – it’s at my office desk. Fast forward to today – we have another ultrawide monitor by Dell – this is the Dell UltraSharp 40 Curved WUHD Monitor, model name U4021QW.
ViewSonic has a new 27-inch monitor parked under the VX family of entertainment monitors – and it is the ViewSonic VX2718-P-MHD. There is another flat version of this monitor, but we’re not going to talk about it here since we don’t have that monitor to test out. So, we’ll only be focusing on the flat version of this monitor and hey – I’m thoroughly impressed by this monitor.
Ever since we reviewed the ViewSonic TD1655 portable monitor, I have gotten so used to having a portable monitor that I can’t live without one. The convenience of a portable monitor cannot be substituted by anything.
This is an interesting device. It’s a portable monitor – and yet it has a touchscreen. And ViewSonic being a company that makes displays, I don’t expect less from ViewSonic at all. So, I’ve used this across multiple different devices – and here are the things we want to share with you about this portable monitor.
Having an external monitor is fantastic – be it for laptops or just another monitor for your desktop – it’s something that we need. And for the case of the ASUS ROG STRIX XG17AHP, this is a high-performance external monitor that is versatile for both gaming and work at the same time.
ILLEGEAR is no stranger to us when it comes to custom laptops and PCs. We have even recently had a quick look at their POSEIDON
AOPEN is a subsidiary of Acer that aims to provide devices to the budget market. Just like how Acer Nitro series is the budget gaming
Recently, Acer Malaysia announced a total of 7 new monitors to the Malaysian market. Two monitors caught my eye during the announcement – the new Acer ProSumer CB342CK and also the Acer Nitro XV340CKP. These two are very similar in specs – they’re both flat 21:9 monitors with 1440p resolution. The main difference here is the refresh rate. The CB342CK is at 75Hz, whereas the XV340CKP is at 144Hz. So I bit the bullet and went for the XV340CKP instead.