Best gaming monitors of this moment
1: Ultrawide futuristic flagship
The Samsung Odyssey G9 QLED Gaming has a futuristic appearance, thanks to the LED lighting amd immense 1000R curve. The inside isn't too bad either. This 49-inch Super Ultrawide QHD screen has a refresh rate of 240Hz, a 1ms response time, and HRD1000. These prevent annoyances during gaming and give you an edge over the competition. It really doesn't get much better than the Odyssey G9.
2: Wide screen for racing games and shooters
For gamers who don't have room for a 49-inch giant, there is the LG UltraGear 38GN950. This ultrawide monitor with a screen size of 38 inches isn't small. The screen has a WQHD+ resolution, a refresh rate of up to 160Hz, and a response time of 1 millisecond, which makes playing racing games and shooters very pleasant. Cursing at your monitor is a thing of the past.
3: Striking design and smooth images
The HP Omen X 27 Gaming is a 27-inch monitor for those who don't like ultrawide screens. This monitor has a striking design with LED lighting, because let's be real, it has to look good as well. The inside isn't too bad either. The Omen X 27 has a 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and a QHD resolution. There is a downside, though. You can no longer blame your monitor if you lose.
4: Giant console monitor with soundbar
The year 2020 also has something in store for the console gamer: the Philips 558M1RY. You can play your favorite console games in 4K resolution on this massive 55-inch gaming monitor. The screen uses DisplayHRD 1000 and a 10 bit color depth, which provides an amazing color representation. And thanks to the built-in soundbar, you don't need external speakers for high quality audio.
5: Powerful console monitor with logo projector
With 43 inches, the ASUS ROG Switf PG43UQ may be smaller than the Philips, but with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time, it's a lot more powerful. Combine this with G-Sync or FreeSync, and you won't ever have issues with screen tearing again. Additionally, the PH43UQ also offers a 4K resolution, DisplayHDR 1000, and 10 bit, which provides an amazing display during gaming. And as an added bonus, you can display your own logo on your desk with the projector on the bottom.
6: Portable powerhouse
The ASUS ROG Strix XG17AHP is a little different than the other monitors in this list. This portable monitor is just 17 inches, which makes it comparable to the screen of a laptop. But don't be fooled by the size, because with a 240Hz refresh rate, an IPS panel, and 3ms response time, you'll beat your opponents wherever and whenever you want.