Editors' Choice

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

Dell Ultrasharp U3818DW review

LG was first to make a 38-inch ultrawide monitor, its display stood alone for almost a year. That’s no longer true. Our Dell Ultrasharp U3818DW monitor review finds that LG may need to hand over the crown. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Samsung Space Monitor (SR75) Review

  • Brilliant hinge design
  • High resolution options
  • Relatively affordable
  • Smart cable management
  • A little wobbly
  • No USB-C
  • Only 250 nits

Alienware 55 Review

  • OLED looks incredible
  • Variable refresh rate up to 120Hz
  • Thin bezels and frame
  • Optimized game modes
  • No smart features
  • Dolby Vision and G-Sync still in the works

HP Omen X Emperium 65 Review

  • It’s massive
  • Nvidia Shield built-in
  • 4K, HDR, high refresh rate
  • Certified for G-Sync Ultimate
  • Quantum dot display looks terrific
  • Insanely expensive
  • PCs aren't ready for the living room

Razer Raptor 27 Review

  • Beautiful, aluminum design
  • Innovative, built-in cable management
  • HDR400 certification
  • High 144Hz refresh rate
  • Customizable RGB Chroma lighting
  • Base and stand look bulky
  • Screen is fixed to the stand

Dell 27 USB-C Ultrathin Monitor (S2719DC) Review

  • Beautiful, bezel-less design
  • Thin and light cabinet
  • USB-C enables hub functionality
  • Bright, HDR-ready visuals
  • Wide color gamut
  • Limited adjustability
  • Gamma is slightly off
Our Score 8

Alienware AW3418DW ultrawide gaming monitor Review

  • Overclockable screen, G-Sync capable
  • Immersive experience with curved design
  • Understated design
  • Generous replacement warranty
  • Excellent contrast and good color accuracy
  • Awkward port placement
  • No USB-C port or speakers
  • Expensive
Our Score 8

LG 34WK95U-W ultrawide monitor Review

  • Attractive, minimalist design
  • Convenient port location
  • Easy-to-use menus
  • Class-leading image quality
  • My god, it’s full of pixels
  • Far more expensive than competitors
  • No enhanced refresh rate or adaptive sync
  • Warranty should be longer
Our Score 8

BenQ EL2870U Review

  • Lightweight, yet sturdy
  • HDR support, high resolution
  • Good color gamut and accuracy
  • Affordable pricing
  • Poor black levels and contrast
  • Limited adjustability
  • No USB ports
Our Score 6