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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great monitor

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    Posted . Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    I love that I can adjust the height and I love the settings for the graphics.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    A Great Budget-Friendly Gaming Monitor!

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    Do you need a budget-friendly gaming monitor with a 2k resolution and high refresh rate? If that sounds enticing, I would certainly look into this model. While it may not be the brightest monitor or have the best HDR, this is a solid gaming monitor for those who have a budget in mind. This is my review of the ASUS - ROG Strix 27” Curved Gaming Monitor. *TLDR at the bottom ===================== IN THE BOX/SETUP: In the box, you get a monitor power cable, display port cable, ASUS small storage bag, some documentation, and stickers. There is no HDMI cable included which I thought was unusual considering most monitors have both cable types included. Regardless, the small storage bag that can be used for cables or miscellaneous item storage is a neat addition! Setup is quick and easy, It’s simply all plug-and-play! Of course, you can set how the display appears, using the monitor’s built-in settings. On the monitor, there are 4 buttons, and a joystick to navigate the settings menu. Do note that you will need to provide your own HDMI cable if you plan to use this for console gaming. ===================== DISPLAY: The gaming monitor has a 2k resolution, a refresh rate up to 180Hz, and a 1ms response time. These features are usually seen in higher-tier models but am glad to see these features get included in a budget-friendly monitor like this one. Of course, not everything is sunshine and roses. The monitor is not as vibrant as some other monitors. At peak brightness, the monitor is seemingly dimmer compared to other monitors. Viewing angles are also decent. This monitor is best used when you sit directly in front of it. Viewing the image from a different angle does “wash” away the image. This gaming monitor uses a VA panel which is the reason for the aforementioned items but that doesn’t take away from its performance and crisp quality. ===================== PERFORMANCE: Performance-wise, the monitor performs well. I mostly tested the monitor in Destiny 2. I’m a quality over-performance person but I did want to max out the monitor's refresh rate. I adjusted a couple of in-game settings and obtained the 180Hz refresh rate, which to the eye, gameplay appeared buttery smooth. I also did the opposite and maxed out the graphics and even with the maxed-out graphics, I was averaging about 125 FPS. I also love the deep colors that the monitor provides! ===================== CONCLUSION: In conclusion, this is a solid gaming monitor that doesn’t break the bank. The 2k display and up to 180Hz refresh allow for buttery smooth gameplay with crisp quality. This gaming monitor is best placed in front since viewing the monitor from an angle does tend to “wash” away the image. The monitor is also not the brightest but if you don’t mind these two minor nuances, I recommend you give this one a shot!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great QHD Gaming Monitor

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    The Asus XG27WCS is one of Asus’s latest offerings in the budget/mid-price range that offers 1440p resolution, very high refresh rate, HDR, curved design for optimal viewing, three input methods, and lots more. My experience using the monitor was overall very positive although the number of inputs on the product listing is incorrect. Inputs: 1x HDMI 2.1 (Product Listing Says 2, which is not the case) 1x USB-C 3.2 1x DisplayPort 1.4 1x 3.5mm Headphone Jack In the Box: - Stand (Height, Tilt, Rotation + Threaded mount on top) - Monitor - Power Cable - Display Port Cable - Zipper Bag + Manuals Setup: Setup is very easy as with nearly every monitor. Just place the stand where you want it, and clip the monitor in. Cord management is as expected with a slot for everything to pass through. The top of the monitor stand has a threaded 1/4-20? Mount for accessories which is great for those that might stream or use a camera/light a lot. The base of the stand also has a phone slot which you can use horizontally for your other thin device. Also included is a zipper bag with the display port cable and a place to store other accessories. Usage: I first tried connecting the display via HDMI as this is what my previous monitor was using perfectly fine to achieve it’s 165hz refresh rate at 1440p. Unfortunately, I was unable to get anything more than 60hz out of this monitor using HDMI. No biggie, I switched to Display Port and everything immediately went to 1440p at 180hz. This monitor also has the option for USB-C input at maximum display settings. The buttons on the back of the monitor to adjust settings and use some of the gaming features are easy to use compared to other monitors out there. I like the fact it has a little joystick for navigation. The display itself has a nice picture with lots of customization depending on your use case or person preference. I really like the amount of presents available in the menu’s which allows easy switching between gaming and casual use. During my use I found no issues with gameplay or causal browsing. It’s snappy with just about as little lag as one could ask for. 1440p at 27” offers a good PPI of 108 which is the equivalent of a 1080p monitor of 20” is size. I find 27” is a great size for most use cases as 32” can be a little overwhelming only a couple feet from your face while smaller can be tough to feel immersed. Pros: - DisplayPort cable included - Good colors, brightness, resolution - 180hz refresh rate capable - Stand features/quality - HDMI, DP, USB-C inputs Cons: - HDMI limited to 60hz? Overall: I would certainly recommend this monitor to anyone looking for a somewhat inexpensive, curved, QHD gaming monitor. With tons of gaming features and a quality stand, it feels like a quality monitor. Despite my issues with HDMI, I find the number of inputs above average for the price with some monitors limiting you to two input methods so having three is great to see for a monitor of this price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Good for work and play

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    I have a four-monitor setup for both work and gaming. I was using two 24” Dell SE2417HG monitors stacked horizontally, and two HP 27yh 27” monitors (one on each side). The Dell monitors were decent for gaming, but I wanted another 27” for my main center monitor so it would match the size of the two HP’s flanking. When I saw this Asus curved 17” display I knew that it would be perfect. I’ve been a fan of Asus products for many years. They have always offered great value and never disappointed me. The curved shape offers a clear head-on view and also helps with matching the angles of the flanking monitors creating a “cave” effect. I really like that the Asus has a standard 100mm VESA mount, so it was easy to attach to my mount. My only small complaint is that the controls are midway up on the right side instead of on the bottom edge. With another monitor next to it, the controls are hard to reach, but the joystick does make it easier to adjust even with a long reach. Speaking of the monitor’s controls, they are intuitive and fairly easy to use. I like some of the on-screen display options like seeing the frame rate. The monitor itself is not terribly heavy – around 15lbs. The plastic housing feels sturdy enough, and the top and side bezel is very thin which makes it look very sleek, until I found that the image does not reach the edges as there’s about ½ an inch of unused area around the top and sides. The bottom bezel is about an inch thick. Overall, the physical display housing is somewhat plain and nothing special. I really like the color representation of this monitor. Even with adjustable settings, most monitors are a challenge to calibrate. This one is actually very good right out of the box. For daily use, whites are just slightly warm, and blacks are crisp. I did make some minor adjustments to better match the colors to my existing monitors, and I am very happy with the results. The viewing angle is good, too. It’s not like an OLED screen, but great for an LED – especially a VA screen. I know IPS has long been the best for gaming, but this Asus VA panel definitely competes with the IPS monitors that I have used. As for inputs, it has both Display Port and HDMI. There are no DVI or VGA ports, but I don’t think that most buyers of monitors in this class would be using those connections. As for gaming, I connected this to my Acer Predator laptop and it supports a 144hz refresh. I noticed no lag or artifacts in the display. In fact, I think it outperformed the laptop’s built-in display which supports 165hz. Colors were good and so was brightness, though contrast could be better, though it’s about as good as it gets with an LED panel. The curved screen works well for gaming immersion. Overall, this is a very good monitor, and it’s a decent value. I highly recommend it for gaming and general computer use.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Keep Your Expectations In Check & You'll Love It

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    The Asus ROG Strix XG27WCS is a budget gaming monitor that offers great visuals, and a variety of features that are sure to appeal to most gamers. Design The XG27WCS has a sleek and stylish design built with mostly plastic, but it’s easy to look at and will blend in with most gaming setups. The monitor features a 27-inch Fast VA panel with a resolution of 2560×1440. The panel is surrounded by a thin bezel that helps to create a more immersive gaming experience, and the curve of the screen definitely catches the eye. Performance The XG27WCS offers decent performance for gaming. The monitor has a fast refresh rate of 180Hz and a low response time of 1ms. For a VA panel, there is very minimal ghosting, it’s so slight that I think you’d only notice it if you’re actively looking for it. It’s there, but is one of the best performing VA panels I’ve ever used. The other variant of this monitor is the ACS, which comes with an IPS panel, so please be aware of which one you are purchasing. If you want deeper blacks and better contrast ratio, I’d stick with a VA panel, like this WCS model. The IPS variant (ACS) will be almost completely ghost and blur free, but have much lower contrast ratio and black will look like gray most of the time. Features like HDR are present, but at only 400 nits, I wouldn’t recommend using HDR since the panel doesn’t get bright enough to truly experience it. VRR support is present and if you have AMD card you will get Freesync support. If you have an Nvidia card, this monitor is G-Sync compatible, so turning it on will enable VRR as well. ELMB can also help with motion blur, but will limit the screen brightness and lock you out of other features, which some users won’t like. Experiment with all the features to find the ones that best suit you, but right out of the box the monitor provides a bright, vivid picture that’s ready for gaming. Features The XG27WCS is packed with features that are designed to enhance the gaming experience. The monitor has a variety of gaming-specific features, such as GamePlus and GameVisual, which can put a crosshair on your screen or an FPS counter, amongst other things. I’m a pretty minimalistic person when it comes to features like these, so I don’t usually turn them on, but they are there and they do function. Features like blue light filtering are also present for those that will use this monitor later at night or for productivity instead of gaming. These additional features are all just icing on the cake as Asus doesn’t seem to skimp out on packing this budget monitor full of high end features. The adjustable stand is solid and works like a charm. This is a huge bonus because a lot of monitors at this price point come with a fixed stand that can be uncomfortable if you’re a little too tall or short. You’ll also get 1 DP, 1 HDMI and 1 USB-C port on the back for connectivity. USB-C is great to see on a monitor of this price and will allow for future connectivity as well. Overall The Asus ROG Strix XG27WCS is a fantastic choice for the budget friendly gamer and offers a lot of features for its price point. Pros Great contrast, vivid colors, deep blacks Fast refresh rate and low response time Variety of gaming-specific features Adjustable stand Cons Slight ghosting still present, even with Fast VA technology Questionable build quality

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Monitor for Gaming and Photo / Video Editing

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    I was excited to receive the ASUS - ROG Strix 27” Curved 1440P 180Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor model XG27WCS. I had read the specifications for it and as a gamer was impressed by the 180Hz fast screen refresh rate and the ultra-speedy 1ms Gray to Gray response time. As both a gamer and photography and video editor I was impressed by the 95% (as opposed to a typical 90%) DCI-P3 (Digital Cinema Initiative) and the 125% sRGB rating which offers a wider range of colors at high saturation and vibrancy levels at up to 10-bit color / 16.7M Display Colors, which allows users to enjoy extremely colorful HDR content. In addition, the ASUS seems to have hit the sweet spot with this VA panel in the controversy as to whether IPS or VA is better. IPS or In-Plane Switching LCD panels are known for faster refresh rates, low response times, and good color accuracy edge-to-edge, while VA or Vertical Alignment LCD panels are known for their high contrast ratios, which tells you how black the black will be compared to the white on a screen. This ASUS XG27WCS panel has a 3000:1 contrast ratio, which means that the blacks are 3000 times darker than the whites and is very good and much better than most IPS panels can muster; this is all while maintaining excellent color spaces, fast refreshes and fantastic response times. This is an awesome achievement for ASUS for an LCD display in this price range. In person, this display delivers on its specifications. The colors are fantastic edge-to-edge, the blacks are extremely dark and the gameplay is very smooth and clear on this immersive 27" curved screen. Add to that excellent monitor drivers and awesome monitor control software in the ASUS DisplayWidget Center and you have a great display for all users. I highly recommend the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) XG27WCS!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great option for 1440p curved monitor

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    The Asus-ROG Strix XG27WCS is a very solid option for high refresh rate gaming on a curved monitor while also having a higher resolution in 1440p. For the price, I believe it is an excellent value choice for someone who prefers curved monitors over flat panels and is in the market for something new. Overall, I have greatly enjoyed my time testing out this monitor. Gameplay looks great and I find it to be very nice in most games, but especially first person shooters and racing titles, such as Project Cars or even simulators like American Truck Simulator. While lacking in terms of viewing angles, the Asus-ROG Strix XG27WCS has very solid build quality, was super simple to put together, has great color depth, has HDR, G-sync and FreeSync capabilities, and many other features you will find in most modern monitors. It does only go up to 180hz, so it does not quite hit the 240 threshold that a lot of people are looking for now-a-days, but it is also way cheaper than your typical 1440p/higher than 144hz monitor would be. In the current market, I feel that there really aren't too many bad options, but Asus has always been a very solid choice when it comes to monitors and this Asus-ROG Strix XG27WCS is just the latest example of why that is. If you choose to go with this monitor, you won't be disappointed. It is a great value.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Smooth VA with Vibrant Colors

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    This product soo far is excellent, I acquired mine a couple of weeks back and I am pleasantly satisfied. The appearance is standard ASUS and is impressive, the performance is smooth and clear, and there have been no indications of any dead pixels.The ASUS ROG Strix XG27WCS is a quality VA panel with quality performance packed into a sleek black design. Offering a perfect blend of speed and precision, this monitor is a dream come true for gamers seeking an immersive gaming experienceat an affordable price point. With a lightning-fast 180Hz refresh rate, 2560 x 1440 HDR and a rapid 1ms response time, every frame renders smoothly and with utmost clarity, minimizing motion blur and ensuring crisp visuals even in the most intense gaming sessions. The inclusion of FreeSync Premium technology further enhances the fluidity of gameplay, synchronizing the monitor's refresh rate with the GPU for tear-free gaming. Featuring an Fast VA panel, the monitor delivers vibrant colors and wide viewing angles, allowing for an immersive gaming experience from any angle. Whether you're exploring vast landscapes or engaging in fast-paced action sequences, the monitor's QHD resolution ensures stunning detail and clarity and can be adjusted easily via the Display Widget center. Connectivity options are plentiful, with HDMI, Displayport 1.4 and a USB-C option providing flexibility for connecting multiple devices. The monitor's 1500R curvature and ergonomic design, including tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustment options, ensures comfortable viewing for extended gaming sessions. I would recommend this to anyone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Entry Level 2K Curved Gaming

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    The Asus ROG Strix curved 1440p is the perfect entry level for not only 2K resolution gaming, but curved as well. The days of 1080P are coming to an end and it's long over due. I have been using 2K resolution since 2018 and this new line up by Asus is a great place for gamers to make the upgrade to their gaming. The stand is a great size for desk space, a lot of curved monitors have a wide foot to counter the weight and physics of a curved monitor, but Asus went old school with a heavy foot that doesn't make you give up desk space. Asus includes a Display Port cable in the box which is essential to experience the 180Hz (frames per second). Don't be fooled by HDMI, if you use your existing cable, this will limit your performance to 60hz. Also, make sure upon set up that you check your monitor settings on your computer and on the monitor itself. The biggest mistake most people make is plugging a gaming monitor into their system and not realizing they are still playing at a 59/60hz setting. Overall, I am impressed with this monitor as an entry level to curved and 2k gaming. The colors are pleasing, the performance is acceptable and it's definitely enjoyable to play on.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice monitor for the value and good features

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    I have mostly enjoyed my time with the ROG Strix 27. It is a nice side for gaming, and you can check out the specs which are nice too. If you are using a desktop monitor to play games now, this is going to be an impressive update. The refresh rate is awesome and the 2k resolution is the best way to play PC games from my experience. The HDR also works, and color is OK (more on this later). So, if you are looking to get a gaming monitor this is an excellent choice. There are also a few cool features that I like. The stand is surprisingly good in how you can not only tilt forward and back, but also side to side and on top of that rotate the screen. The button placement is a little weird, but I have not had any monitor that is good. You also get HDMI, DisplayPort and USBC which although you will want to use DisplayPort but good to have options especially if you brought a laptop to use quickly. There are two things though that I see as lacking. First, the display color is not as good as you get if you go with an OLED. This is not something you notice unless you have been using an OLED gaming monitor, just a note the colors are a little bright and your blacks are not super deep. The other part is that with this size an ultrawide would have been nice. Again, unless you have used an ultrawide not something you would notice. Overall, the monitor value is great for what you get. Sure, there are better options if you want to upgrade but as a good gaming monitor from my experience you cannot go wrong with this.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Tech Insider Network Member

    Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Good starter gaming monitor

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    I currently use a 25” Alienware display for gaming. This ASUS ROG Strix is my first curved monitor. I’ve been wanting something a little bigger. I’m not utilizing the stand as I mounted it on a dual monitor stand next to my Alienware. Going over it, and checking out the quality of the asus stand that came with this monitor, it appears well made, and both the base and neck swivel for easy adjustment. This monitor came with a very decent zippered bag for cord storage, or whatever you want to use it for honestly. (see photo) Strange as I’ve never seen any bag quite so nice with any other monitor I’ve purchased. Come to think of it, they don’t usually come with a zippered bag. I really really wanted to like the picture quality since it’s now my biggest monitor, and I plan on some serious gaming on it. Spent a considerable amount of time on it, adjusting the display levels , trying the presets, and testing it on a few games. At first I noticed there are very nice buttons for adjustments/menus on the back of the monitor. (see photo) These are well made and very responsive. I tried the FPS preset and Cinema, Racing presets while gaming. I tried the HDR, but after a long time of farting around, determined that it barely edged out the SDRGB clarity when compared. Even downloaded a Windows 11 HDR Calibration program. There is a side by side photo showing the best picture for both monitors (see photo) The Alienware is the monitor on the left and the ASUS ROG is on the right. It’s not even a comparison between the two images, due to the Alienware being so much better quality . Sorry Asus, Im just not too impressed with the quality of the image on this monitor. My 2 hours of learning how monitors are made, and how to set the image parameters, must not have been too fruitful otherwise. Tried everything I could to tweak it. Finally ended up on the best setting I could come up with, which was I believe full 180 Hz, HDR definition, and I believe Cinema mode. (see photo) Monitor speed there was absolutely no issue at all. Played hours of games and never any slowdown of the monitors capability of 180 Hz. That said it’s a decent enough display for those who aren’t too picky and it’s at your price point. For me I’ll use it as a backup gaming monitor instead, and as a 2nd screen for when I work from home.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    This has a VA panel

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    First off, the most important thing anyone should know is that this monitor has a VA panel and not an IPS panel like Best Buy claims. If you go to the ASUS website, the model XG27WCS has a VA Panel. XG27ACS has the IPS panel. In addition, this model (XG27WCS) is not G-Sync compatible like Best Buy claims. XG27ACS is G-Sync compatible. Not that G-Sync really matters anymore but still it is an inaccuracy that Best Buy should correct. I spoke with several people from Best Buy who all claimed the XG27WCS has an IPS panel and claimed the website is correct. This is false, they are just reading off of their spec sheets which are mistaken and are probably just the spec sheets for the XG27ACS. Someone at Best Buy needs to correct this information before someone gets really mad and claims false advertising especially when so many Best Buy reps keep doubling down on the inaccuracy. Now to the review. I was someone who actually wanted the VA panel monitor. After reaching out to Best Buy a handful of times and getting information that was factually incorrect, I just decided to go to the store and see for myself. This is the XG27WCS and the monitor is fantastic, the contrast ratio is amazing. The colors are incredible especially for a VA panel. The response time is great for a VA panel. ASUS really put some decent technology into this VA panel and it shows. This monitor really feels like something that was made in 2024 and for the price, I think it is hard to beat. I am only taking away one star because of the inaccuracy on Best Buys website. If they correct that info then this is truly a 5/5 product.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Asus Rog Strix WCS monitor

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    Its a grest all rounder monitor. I use it for diablo 4, fortnite, cod, destiny, fortnite and it runs well for only 240 bucks. I did notice some details are a bit dofferent but i was on oled for a year and a half until it went out. So for something like this. Its a solid option. Im pretty picky on where i spend my money but im thoroughly happy overall woth this monitor.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Affordable Monitor

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    First time buying a monitor. Employee who helped with the purchase was very friendly and knowledgeable. Monitor quality is good and have had no issues. Setup was almost too easy, able to use it within 5 minutes of opening. Would recommend this for anyone buying their first monitor on a medium budget!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great value and good color production from VA

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    Great value and quality was used as a secondary monitor next to my oled the VA panel colors are awesome!!! but I can’t speak on gaming performance much as it wasn’t my primary and I feel hdmi 2.1 should be standard due to console gamers and prices on older chips dropping but still has 2.0

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Budget Monitor

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    The monitor works amazingly, it is huge compared to others. Its battery saving mode helps a lot. It’s visually pleasing. Overall, a very good starting monitor!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Monitor

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    This reviewer received promo considerations or sweepstakes entry for writing a review.

    Perfect monitor, has a great color accuracy and the refresh rate is pretty good. Overall a 10/10 monitor.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Monitor

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    Great Monitor. I use this monitor everyday with my Steam Deck and it works great. Very easy to use and offers great features such as HDR and USB C to connect multiple devices.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing monitor

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    Amazing!!!!! No issues and runs perfect! I use it on my PS5 running at 1440p with 120hz!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Gaming Monitor

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    This is a solid monitor! I bought 2 of them for my setup!

    I would recommend this to a friend