Nha15 said: Hello, I am looking to purchase my first 1080p 144hz monitor. Although I am torn on which display is the best solution for me. Every comparison I look at is also in disagreement. I have my eyes on a few... the Asus MG248QR , Asus VG248QE, and Benq XL2411p. I'd like to hear everyone's opinion and see if there is a stand out here. I'm not a big fan of the appearance of Viewsonic, AOC, or Acer's buget 144hz options. The MG248QR is probably the best pick of those three. The VG248QE is extremely outdated and not a good value. … [Read more...] about Which 144hz monitor should I choose?
This year a quarter of the world’s population will watch video on their smartphones, according to global market research firm eMarketer. Similar studies over the past few years have consistently shown the growing importance of mobile devices in delivering all sorts of entertainment content to viewers worldwide. While the conventional television model isn’t exactly dead, we can’t deny the fact that more and more of us are watching our favorite movies, sitcoms, sporting events, and news broadcasts on screens that comfortably fit into our hands. And yet, while TV buyers have scoured published specs to find those products that deliver the most accurate, faithful-to-the-original images, there’s been relatively little attention paid to this when it comes to our phones, tablets, and other small screens. This is particularly true when it comes to specs and best practices related to delivering accurate color, in part because it’s a subject that’s poorly … [Read more...] about Understanding color accuracy in mobile devices (part 1 of 3)
It's about pixel density, or more commonly referenced in specs as pixel pitch. It's a number used to represent the distance between the center of two adjacent pixels. In monitor specs, it is referenced in millimeters. The smaller the number, the higher the quality of the display. But this only goes so far because resolution also matters. For example, the pixel density of say a 21.5" 1080p monitor will be much greater (smaller in mm) than a 1080p 27" monitor. When you start comparing different resolutions however, it's rather meaningless. You need to compare the same resolutions compared to various pixel densities and display sizes. Also, image quality including text is always best when the monitor or HDTV is run at native resolution. Hope this helps. … [Read more...] about 21.5 inch 1080 monitor looks better than 15.6 inch 720. Why?
majoody.qutubJun 27, 2018, 11:03 AM Hello, I want to buy a 27" 1080p budget monitor (Maybe 2 of them), and I don't game at all I just want it for muiltitasking and youtube and documents and a good 1080p for this 27". Is the LG 27MP59G good monitor with high quality screen for my use? I plan on getting dual LG 27MP59G if I see that it will be better for me. Do you recommend me on this screen overall as a quality 1080p and colors etc? … [Read more...] about Is the LG 27MP59G good for my case ?
I have a 1440p monitor as well. Its IPS and 60hz. I too am looking for an upgrade since my GTX 1080 gets me about 100+ FPS in most games. Would be nice to have a higher refresh rate monitor perhaps with G-sync. I too also prefer visuals over competitive refresh rates. … [Read more...] about 4k or 1440p