Gaming enthusiasts, professional gamers included, only want the best gears in order to perform well.
Unfortunately, “best” has become a rather flexible term especially if it meant appeasing individual tastes.
Buying gaming monitors, for example, are good examples of the paradox of choice. The more options there are available, the harder it becomes to actually pick one and get something done.
If you’re still trapped in the crossroads of making a decision what to get, this list might just help you finally decide so you can start enjoying your game.
BenQ ZOWIE XL2411P
BenQ is no pushover. They have plenty of amazing consumer electronics that satisfy the needs of many gamers out there.
Their Zowie XL2311P is a mid-range gaming monitor that not only appeals to fans of the brand but also to anyone who just wants to have a mid-range monitor minus the hefty price tag.
For just a few bucks, this gaming monitor already has a lot to offer. Including the highly coveted and now considered the bare minimum, 144Hz refresh rate.back to menu ↑
LG 25UM58-P 25-Inch 21:9 UltraWide IPS Monitor with Screen Split
For the best ultra wide gaming monitor category, LG’s monitor takes the cake. An aspect ratio of 21:9 will leave gamers gasping for air as they are immersed in whatever game they’re playing.
A monitor this wide is, of course, able to split its screen in different views. It’s commonly used in its four-screen split mode; which is something that a lot of new games utilize pretty well.back to menu ↑
ASUS VG248QE 24″ Full HD 1920×1080 144Hz 1ms HDMI Gaming Monitor
The top gaming monitor on this list is none other than the powerful gaming monitor by ASUS.
The ergonomics of this monitor is worth looking into because it provides a flexible way of viewing the screen. Whether if it’s for playing games from a bean bag or a gaming chair, the ASUS Gaming Monitor can accommodate any angle thanks to its stand with a full height, tilt, swivel and pivot adjustments.
The visuals, too, is on a whole new level. ASUS also took the initiative to minimize blue light by applying a filter to minimize eye fatigue. If you ask me, that’s going the extra mile for gamers who spend the entire day in front of their screens.