Here is the ranking of the best products for the Gaming Monitor Curved category :
Samsung T55 Curved Monitor: it is the most purchased, earned an average review of 4,5 with 503 reviews
Gigabyte G27FC 27 Inch Curved VA FHD (1920 x 1080) 165 Hz FreeSync/G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor: silver medal for this product, the average review is from 4,7 with 1530 reviews
ViewSonic VX2718-PC-MHD - Gaming - LED monitor - curved - 27" - 1920 x 1080 Full HD (1080p) @ 165 Hz - VA - 250 cd/m² - 4000:1 - 1 ms - HDMI: third position for this product, with a average review from users 4,5 with 322 reviews
Samsung T55 Curved Monitor, 24 Inch, 1000R, 75hz, ...
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Samsung T55 Curved Monitor, 24 Inch, 1000R, 75hz, 4ms, 1080p, Dark Blue Grey
- 24 inch curved monitor with an industry-leading 1000R curvature lets you fully immerse in games and entertainment experiences
- AMD FreeSync & multiple game modes – optimized game experience without screen tearing. Optimal color settings and image contrast for more vivid scenes
- Slim minimalistic design with a metallic stand and fabric pattern back-side
- Easier on eyes with Flicker Free and Eye Saver Mode reducing blue light emissions – which is harmful for retina
- 75hz gaming monitor with curved screen
good quality screen
this is a good quality computer screen.looking at it as I type the screen is clear and a good wide angle. the eye saving mode is also useful when you may be looking at the screen for long periods of time I often use mine along with my flight simulator, and so gives a wider field of vision.think now I maybe could have got my screen a little bigger now,but I am happy with this
Great monitors for a workstation. So good, I got two to use with a laptop.
These are great monitors for a workstation. (Check out photo). And very good value. Working at home using a laptop. I already had a 21" flat screen monitor but decided to go for two extension monitors. Our IT department confirmed the laptop would work with two and suggested I look at the Samsung curved screen monitors. And I'm still looking at two of them now - smiling! I got one delivered and was so impressed by the curved screen that I got a second one and dumped the (new) flat screen monitor. Honestly, the curve makes a huge difference to the ease and comfort of viewing.
Great screen at a great price
I have been working from home since the start of March and having only a 13" laptop screen and having multiple tabs and apps open was beginning to take it's toll. I also needed something that was small enough for the space in my office area which is currently quite cramped. So going for a curved monitor made sense I will not be using this screen as a gaming monitor but as an all-round monitor for a laptop or desktop I wouldn't hesitate to recommend. Great product and so happy.
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Gigabyte G27FC 27 Inch Curved VA FHD (1920 x 1080)...
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Gigabyte G27FC 27 Inch Curved VA FHD (1920 x 1080) 165 Hz FreeSync/G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor, Black
- Visible Image: 69 cm (27")
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
- Response time: 1ms (MPRT)
- Format: 16:9
- Energy efficiency class: A (scale A+++ - D), consumption per year: 26 W / 38 kWh
A 1440p monitor that looks better than a 4K one!
I UPGRADED to this monitor from an Acer XB281HK, a 28-inch 4K G-Sync panel, which I'd been using for 3.5 years. I really wanted that high refresh rate, and since I used 175% zoom on the desktop I wasn't really making much use of the 4K. Now I expected a noticeable drop in image quality going from 4K to 1440p, but my goodness, going from a 4 year-old TN panel to a modern VA really made all the difference! I believe the G27QC uses a Samsung panel. Whilst the curve doesn't really add anything to the experience (if anything it's a bit jarring at first to get used to when not gaming), the image quality is so far superior to your old monitor that at this size, you barely notice the resolution difference between 4K and 1440p. The colours are very vibrant, you get excellent contrast and a lot of options for adjusting the picture, all easily accessible via the joystick on the back of the monitor. I've been using the monitor for 10 days now and whilst I think the quality is phenomenal, there are a couple of flaws which means I can't quite give it the 5*. First of all is the "Quality" mode. Even at 60Hz games you'll notice ghosting very easily. This makes the mode useless outside of desktop and watching videos. Thankfully, the Balanced setting is absolutely spot on: no ghosting and no noticeable overshoot. However the Speed setting is by far the worst: everything just turns green, it's far more noticeable than the ghosting in Quality mode. Disclaimer: I'm only using the monitor at 120 Hz and sometimes 100 Hz, not the full 165 Hz. Another flaw is the Gigabyte OSD sidekick. At first this was a big selling feature for me since I frequently adjust my display settings according to what I'm doing and lighting conditions. So being able to do this from Windows seems very convenient. However, the software is extremely buggy. It crashes whenever you switch away and back to it, it's very slow to load, it gets out of sync with the monitor's settings, sometimes doesn't even save or apply the settings, and randomly crashes frequently. Thankfully the monitor's built-in joystick control is very efficient and intuitive, so you can quick assign brightness, contrast and picture mode swaps to a single direction. Another thing is the HDR. Whils tI didn't buy this monitor with HDR in mind, if you start a HDR-supported game like Star Wars Battlefront II, you'll notice that it defaults to HDR, and the picture looks WORSE than standard. Furthermore, you can't adjust the overdrive so you're stuck with Quality, therefore it's unusable for gaming. Finally, I'm having some trouble getting the ideal gamma in various games. Things either look too "washed out" or too pale. Whilst the monitor offers excellent options to adjust this via dynamic contrast, Black Equalizer and 6 different Gamma options, you'll often find yourself spending some time tweaking it to get it right. Oh, and did I mention that the default colour calibration is a little warm? I usually like warm colours as it's better for your eyes (I use heavy blue light filter for example) but you might want to turn the Red down a little. Thankfully you can do this. Overall, the G27QC hits the perfect combination as an all-round monitor: it's G-Sync compatible, high refresh rate, 1440p, 27 inch and reasonably priced. It has good OSD controls, vibrant colours and good enough response times with the Balanced overdrive setting.
Great for gaming, Great for watching videos, Great for everything else!
A monitor is one of those peripherals that I don't change that often. You buy one and generally stick with it until it dies, other technology forces you too or you need to bring yourself into the more modern world - in my book anyhow! My previous "old faithful" from 2014 was a 24" Hanns-G and i've never had any complaints with it for playing all types of PC games (FPS, MMO, RTS etc) and watching YouTube etc. However, a lot has changed since then and with a lot of home working now since the Covid19 pandemic, I decided to look into getting a new monitor as staring at a 24" monitor for more hours than normal wasn't doing me any favours. So after having a read about all kinds of monitors, some cheap, some expensive I settled on this 27" Gigabyte monitor as it one of few that has everything you need. I was initially thinking of getting a 32" version but after trying my 32" TV at a computer desk, it is too much being only 2-3 foot away from that size. The extra size of this monitor, even though it seems like a small jump from 24" to 27" is the absolute sweet spot for pretty much everything ranging from my PC gaming, working at home (no more bloody slider bars on large documents!) and YouTube videos are great in full screen. I use an Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti and for those who are considering it for PC gaming, I can say that it is an decent upgrade and definitely worth the money. Have a look at the specification and you'll see it has pretty much everything you casual gamer requires. It has a refresh rate of 165mhz at 1ms. A resolution of 2560x1440, HDR ready, FreeSync compatible (which although not listed on Nvidia compatibility list as yet - my RTX 2080ti recognises this with no issues at all). The monitor is bright enough and extremely smooth with no ghosting that I have seen on anything I have played. For it's price and what it has in terms of specifications, it's a definite 5* from me.
Great all round monitor
Was researching quite a lot into gaming monitors when I came across this with relatively little publicity. Price point is cheaper than what you would get elsewhere for the same features and the quality is great. The curve is immersive not intrusive, picture quality is spot on and the functionality that comes with the monitor in terms of adjusting settings etc is great. The build quality is very high, the stand is sturdy and being able to move the screen up and down as well as tilt is a bonus not many at this price point seem to have. I’m yet to come up with any significant criticisms. For the price I think you would be struggling to get better all round performance.
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ViewSonic VX2718-PC-MHD - Gaming - LED monitor - c...
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ViewSonic VX2718-PC-MHD - Gaming - LED monitor - curved - 27" - 1920 x 1080 Full HD (1080p) @ 165 Hz - VA - 250 cd/m² - 4000:1 - 1 ms - HDMI, DisplayPort - speakers
- IDEAL FOR HOME ENTERTAINMENT & GAMING: Full HD (1920x1080p) resolution, ultra-fast 1ms MPRT response time, and an amazing 165Hz refresh rate delivers great visual fluidity and flawless graphics no matter how quickly the in-game action unfolds.
- IMMERSIVE CURVED DESIGN: With a 1500R screen curvature, VX2718-PC-MHD provides a truly immersive viewing experience that lets you enjoy big, bold and stunning panoramic views.
- ADAPTIVE SYNC: With Adaptive Sync technology, screen tearing and choppy frame rates are eliminated to provide seamless and smooth visuals in every scene.
- VIEWMODE OPTIMISED: ViewSonic’s exclusive ViewMode offers specialised presets to fit different usage scenarios including Game, Movie, Web, Text, Mac, and Mono modes. These presets enhance gamma curve, colour temperature, contrast, and brightness to deliver the optimal viewing characteristics for each application.
- IMPRESSIVE STEREO SOUND: Designed with dual integrated speakers, the VX2718-PC-MHD accents its incredible screen performance with stereo sound for a complete multimedia experience.
Monitor is defaulted to a really low brightness when 1milisecond is enable
This monitor is really good for the price at first I thought it was to good of a deal to be true but it’s a really good monitor and don’t be deceived because of how lightweight the monitor is. It’s excellent for gaming but one thing I would say is that the monitor is not 1 millisecond responsive by default you have to change it in the monitor settings but the bad thing is when you enable 1 millisecond response time the monitor is defaulted to a really low brightness that you can’t change but overall it’s a really good monitor for the price 100 percent would recommend
27" 1080p 165hz, and HDR??
I bought this mainly for the size and the 165hz refresh rate, also I read that VA monitors have a deeper black than IPS without the constant backglow, I can confirm this seems to be the case with this VA monitor, as my previous monitor was an IPS. As an added bonus and something that isn't listed in the specs in the OSD there is an HDR option that you can enable, Windows also allows you to toggle the HDR option within the OS when this is enabled, this sets the screen to a very bright setting with no option to change the brightness but in my personal opinion it is much nicer than not enabling HDR and manually configuring it, this was based on general usage and watching HDR videos on YouTube with and without the HDR setting enabled. It's likely only HDR 400 or close to, though I thought it was a nice surprise addition nonetheless. There does appear to be some slight ghosting? As noted by other reviews, and setting the response time to standard seems to be the go to recommendation, though I would advise you try all of the OSD options and configure your graphics card drivers to get the best possible visual settings that work for you. Aside from the above it seems a perfectly good monitor for the price,the stand is fine though nothing to write home about, the OSD is easy to navigate,it has speakers which most won't use though are fine for basic use, office, maybe the odd YouTube video though I wouldn't recommend for gaming or music. All in all for the £145 I paid for the 27" 165hz version, it's well worth it. 4.5 stars
Awesome, first curved screen, which was strange to begin with, but easy to get used to. It appears to be excellent value for money, at the time of writing. Can't wait to see it's true potential, when Graphics Cards return to a sensible price, and are readily available.... eventually!!!
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