Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in computer monitors.

Samsung S34E790C curved monitor review

If you’re looking for a new monitor, and want something truly special, you’ll want to check out ultra-wide curved models like Samsung’s SE790C – if you have the budget. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Dell 2405FPW Review

  • Large
  • bright screen; many inputs; small footprint; fast…
  • No HDCP support via the DVI input; could be…
Our Score 9.5

HP L2335 Review

  • Perfect for graphic designers and gamers. Easy to…
  • fantastic image quality
  • Missing cable management system
Our Score 9

Samsung U32D970Q Review

  • Sturdy and attractive
  • Lots of input options
  • Precise calibration controls
  • Huge screen
  • Excellent image quality
  • 4K on a 32-inch monitor isn't that sharp
  • Mediocre contrast
  • Expensive
Our Score 9

Dell P2715Q Review

  • Plenty of connectivity
  • Intuitive on-screen controls
  • Ergonomic stand
  • Beautiful picture
  • Boring design
  • Limited image quality adjustments
Our Score 9

Philips 180B2W74 Review

  • Good price
  • very reliable and low maintenace
  • No DVI input on base model
Our Score 9

Samsung S34E790C Review

  • Beautiful design
  • Deep blacks
  • Warm colors
  • Great connectivity
  • Stand is awkward
  • Calibration unlocks full potential
Our Score 9

Samsung 192T Review

  • Minimal ghosting
  • bright vibrant colors
  • attractive design
  • DVI input
  • Slightly yellowish whites
  • max resolution 1280x1024
Our Score 9

Acer XB280HK Review

  • Solid build quality
  • Adjustable stand
  • Excellent post-calibration image quality
  • G-Sync enables smooth game-play
  • 4K takes graphics to a new level
  • Poor monitor controls
  • G-Sync can cause flickering at low frame-rates
Our Score 8.5