Attached to a $3999.99 price tag
Alienware has finally announced the official launch date for its 55-inch OLED gaming monitor, which will be coming on September 30th with a price set at $3,999.99 ($4,000).
Review: Decent IPS monitor that will not break the bank
There are plenty of 4K/UHD monitors on the market and while gaming-oriented ones still carry a high price tag, you can still find a decent 3840x2160 resolution monitor without hurting your wallet. Coming with an AH-IPS panel, the LG 27UD58-B proves to be quite a surprise considering its price tag hits $350/€250.
High price tag for a 1440p monitor
There were quite a few monitors at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas, but judging from the praise it got around the net, Razer's 27-inch Raptor gaming monitor was obviously the star despite its high price tag as well as the fact that it is sticking to an IPS panel and lower 1440p resolution.
1440p, 144Hz monitor with RGB lighting
Gigabyte has recently teased a rather interesting Aorus gaming monitor at a couple of its social media accounts and it did not take long before it was detailed as the Aorus AD27QD, a 27-inch 1440p monitor that will have some unique features.
3840x1200 resolution, VA-panel, and 120Hz refresh rate
Samsung has unveiled its latest C43J89 43-inch ultrawide monitor which will come with a unique 32:10 aspect ratio VA-panel with 3840x1200 resolution, which pretty much means you get two 1920x1200 monitors without the middle bezel.
Budget-friendly option with 1440p IPS panel
AOC has launched yet another 31.5-inch monitor, which shares a lot of similarities with the Q3279VWF, but it is based on an IPS panel, which should appeal to those looking for better color accuracy, the AOC Q3279VWFD8.
Will probably cost an arm and a leg
We have been hearing about HDR monitors with Nvidia G-Sync support for quite some time now and it appears that these will finally launch in the next few weeks, with Acer and Asus leading the charge.
Job listing points to it
Corsair is apparently looking to expand its business into different markets.
Curved VA panel, 2560x1440 resolution, 144Hz and HDR
It appears that the FreeSync 2 monitor market is finally heating up and Benq is among the first to join the new wave with its curved 32-inch EX3203R monitor which uses a 2560x1440 resolution VA panel with 144Hz refresh rate.