Pixio got a cool very large monitor that is made for professional gamers. Especially with the high 144Hz in mind. It’s called the Pixio PX325c! The display is using SVA technology which is better than the low-end TN technology.
It comes with a 178 degree wide viewing angle, Anti-glare screen, AMD FreeSync, Flicker free, Low blue light, no tearing or input lag because of dynamic fresh rate control, 4ms response time, 3000:1 contrast ratio, 50000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and VESA 100×100.
The ports on Pixio PX325c you get on it are: 1x HDMI, 1x DVI and 1x DP connection. As we have seen with other gaming monitors this one also features in-game crosshair for better aim and in-game timer. The curved display will suck you in more into what you do. Even amazing for watching movies late at night. You can tilt it for best view. But not just that it also can be pivot, swivel and elevated.
Most other monitors on the market will only give you 60Hz refresh rate. Which means you may experience lag and motion blur more on those. That’s not something you want on a gaming monitor. That’s why the 144Hz will be amazing!
Also keep in mind that the AMD FreeSync technology will only work if you use AMD Radeon series graphic card. Not NVIDIA cards. It should also be pretty flicker free. The in-game crosshairs you are being offered comes in at least 4 variants to suit your needs. There is also options to enable visual presets.
I am not a huge gamer myself but I can imagine in the latest FPS games that milliseconds truly matter. I will stick to my more basic display because I mostly just do writing and video editing work. A bit slower work! But if I one day decide to go and become a gamer pro then I would need something like this monitor. Here the Pixio PX325c monitor is available.
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LG has a pretty cool display if you want a large display but not too large. You maybe dislike the idea of having 2 screens on your desk, or maybe you don’t have space for it. This LG 34″ is nice then because it’s not as two displays but a bit larger than just 1 big display. The LG 34UC89G is the display I’m talking about!
This display comes with a Full HD 2560×1080 34″ IPS curved display, NVIDIA G-Sync, 5ms response time, 144Hz refresh rate, on-screen control, dynamic action sync and screen split. The ports it has available are HDMI and DisplayPort.
For G-SYNC to work you need a compatible graphics card in your PC. This technology removes stuttering and tearing and input lag for a better gaming experience.
One of the more exciting things with LG 34UC89G is obviously the high 144Hz refresh rate. Many other monitors only has 60Hz or 75Hz. So you can see stuff way more clear while gaming up-close. Perfect for hard-core intense gaming.
You also got an option for Crosshair to show up at the center of the display for more accuracy while firing in first-person shooter games. As well as a Black Stabilizer that will reveal more detail in darker scenes to see things other can’t see. Dynamic Action will also give you more smooth and fluid gaming experience.
You also get OnScreen Control experience. Instead of navigating the display using hard buttons it will be software with monitor settings like: Volume tweak, Brightness change, Picture mode presets, Screen Split 2.0 and more tweaks.
This display is a bit pricy too. Not as pricy as the 8K OLED display I showed you couple of days ago. But more expensive than a standard 27″ Samsung monitor. But this display is more for the serious gamer or multitasker that needs to see everything.
And with the curved display you get some style on your desktop. What do you think about the LG 34UC89G? I am still happy with my 27″ Samsung monitor so don’t feel a need to upgrade now. But maybe in the future, but I never been a hard-core gamer.
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Philips has a new Display called 328P8K that has 8K resolution! That is 7680×4320! The panel is 31.5″ IPS and has 400 nits of brightness and probably 60 Hz refresh rate. This display will rival Dell’s UltraSharp 32 8K UP3218K monitor they unveiled in January.
These display’s are targeted to professionals that needs monitors with excellent colours. To do professional photo and video work. The display support 100% of AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB. It will have two DP 1.3 cables. Also the final model that will be available in 2018 will come with a webcam, two 3W speakers, USB-A and USB-C port. With the USB-C port you can use docking. The current demo unit doesn’t feature a webcam.
Dell UltraSharp 8K
This monitor also might use same panel as Dell is using in their 8K display. Which is a panel from LG Display. It also might support DCI-P3. For standard consumers this display of course won’t make a lot of sense.
My Samsung display I am using S27D590 27″ looks great and it only costed me €200. This Display will probably cost above €3,500. But of course in the future we will see the price on monitor tech go down. The Dell UltraSharp 8K display has already gone down 22% in price since the beginning of 2017.
But don’t expect any cool games in 8K resolution any soon. Will probably take another 3-4 years for that! And usually professionals want to work with three display’s. 31.5″ with two display’s becomes 63″ surface. With three 27″ monitors you get a 81″ surface which is easier to work with. Let’s say you want three 8K Philips monitors and they cost €3,500 then total cost would be €10,500! Maybe still a bit too pricy for most people. Do you want this Display? I think I stick to my €200 display.
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