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Dell P2715Q review

Dell's P2715Q was its first real effort at crafting a modern 4K display and it worked wonders. We thought it looked fantastic when it was first released and it still looks good today. The drab bezels and frame didn't look great at launch and they haven't aged well, but in the competitive 4K space, this monitor still holds up.
Ben-Q EX3501R monitor

BenQ EX3501R ultrawide monitor review

BenQ is known for shipping excellent displays, and that’s no different with this curved, ultrawide monster of a monitor. The hidden surprise? Its implementation of HDR, 100Hz refresh rate, and even FreeSync support. That’s right -- the EX3501R is a monitor that works as well for games as it does for work.
LG 32UD99-W review

LG 32UD99-W review

Our LG 32UD99-W review takes a dive into a display that pairs 4K resolution with HDR10 support. The result is a stunning monitor.
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HP Z38c ultrawide curved monitor review

HP brings its version of the world’s widest, curved display with the Z38c. With fantastic image quality and a sleek build, the results are stunning.
BenQ PD3200U review

BenQ PD3200U review

Can a humble professional monitor compete with the best 4K displays on the market? Let’s dig into the BenQ PD3200U review to find out.
LG 34UC89G review monitor

LG 34UC89G review

Our LG 34UC89G review shows just how hard it is to balance features in a gaming monitor, as LG falls prey to a common trap.
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Acer Predator XB272 gaming monitor review

Our Acer Predator XB272 review puts the monitor’s absurd 240Hz refresh rate through its paces. Do you really need a display this fast?
BenQ EX3200R review screen

BenQ EX3200R gaming monitor review

BenQ EX3200R Review: Can a $400 gaming monitor really stand up to some of the best curved ultrawides on the market? Turns out that’s the least it can do.
Dell S2418H

Dell S2418H review

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LG 27MD5KA‑B Ultrafine 5K review

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Dell U3417W ultrawide monitor review

Samsung CFG70

Samsung CFG70 24-Inch gaming monitor review

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Dell S2417DG gaming monitor review

BenQ PV3200PT

BenQ PV3200PT review

Samsung CF591

Samsung CF591 27-inch monitor review

Acer Predator Z35

Acer Predator Z35 review

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LG 27UD88-W 4K monitor review

Eizo Foris FS2735

Eizo Foris FS2735 review

LG 34UC98

LG 34UC98 review

HP Dreamcolor Z32x

HP Dreamcolor Z32x review

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Philips 276E6ADSS review

HP Z25n

HP Z25n 25-inch IPS monitor review

Dell SE2716H monitor

Dell SE2716H review

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BenQ SW2700PT review

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Monoprice Select Series 4K monitor review

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Acer XB270HU review

Acer S277HK 4K Monitor

Acer S277HK 4K monitor review

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AOC U2868PQU review

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Samsung SD590C 27-inch Curved LED Monitor review

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BenQ BL3201PH review

Dell U3415W UltraWide curved monitor

Dell UltraSharp U3415W review

Dell UP2715K

Dell UP2715K review

LG 34UC97 front angle

LG 34UC97 review

Acer B326HK 4K monitor front

Acer B326HK review

Senior Editor, Computing

Luke Larsen is a Senior Editor at Digital Trends and manages all content covering laptops, monitors, PC hardware, and everything else that plugs into a computer. Luke joined Digital Trends in 2017 as a native Portlander, happy to join a media company that called his city home. His obsession with technology is in observing the ebb and flow of how technological advancement and product design intersects with our day-to-day experience of it. From digging into the minute details to stepping back and seeing the wider trends, Luke revels in telling stories with tech.

Before working at DT, he worked as Tech Editor at Paste Magazine for over four years and has bylines at publications such as IGN and The Oregonian. When he’s not obsessing over what the best laptop is or how Apple can fix the Mac, Luke spends his time playing designer board games, quoting obscure Star Wars lines, and hanging with his family.