Best 16:10 Monitors

Best 16:10 Monitors – The extra 11% work area offered by 16:10 monitors makes working with two windows side-by-side much more comfortable.

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1.ASUS VP249QGR

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Based on a 23.8″ IPS panel by PANDA, the ASUS VP249QGR monitor offers wide 178° viewing angles, a peak brightness of 250-nits, dithered 8-bit color depth support and a static contrast ratio of 1,000:1.

These specifications are pretty standard for gaming monitors at this price range.

But wait, let us tell you something, a 250-nit peak brightness may seem low on paper, but under normal viewing conditions, the screen will be more than bright enough. In fact, you will most likely want to lower the brightness from the maximum setting.

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2.Sceptre IPS 27 inch

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This gaming monitor weighs 7.12 lbs – important to know if you’re taking it to live events or college. The color of this monitor is Machine Black.

PCGameBenchmark ratings are built up from the scores of the Amazon community, to show the most important aspects of a PC gaming monitor. We merge those scores to create a percentage rating. On picture quality this monitor scored a 4.8/5, for gaming 4.6/5, brightness 4.6/5, thickness 4.5/5, value for money 4.4/5 and on sheerness 4.4/5. That makes an aggregate score of 91%.

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3.ASUS 24″

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There are six clearly labeled function buttons (including the power switch) nestled beneath the lower bezel on the right side. Several of the buttons act as hot keys for things like picture presets and the GamePlus feature, which offers a game timer and an aiming scope to help zero in on your targets. All three video inputs are digital (HDMI, DisplayPort, dual-link DVI) and all are located at the rear of the cabinet facing downward.

They are joined by an audio input and a headphone jack. There aren’t any USB ports on this model, nor is there an analog video input or a webcam. However, it does include a set of embedded 2-watt speakers that are moderately loud but slightly tinny sounding.

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4.Acer B246WL ymdprzx

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B246WL ymdprzx 24″ Widescreen LED Backlit IPS Monitor from Acer. This display is well suited for use in office environments, libraries, and computer labs. It also helps to deliver dynamic visuals thanks to its high resolution and accurate colors. With its ergonomic design, this display helps to make all-day computing more comfortable, as well as use eco-friendly technologies to help save power and cut energy costs.

This display features In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology, a 24″ screen size, a widescreen 16:10 aspect ratio, a contrast ratio of 100,000,000:1, 300 cd/m2 brightness, and a 6 ms response time. Using the -5 to 35° tilt angle and the 60° swivel angle, it is possible to watch content from virtually any position and adjust the display’s position to your liking. Also featured is strong color reproduction with 16.7 million colors, DisplayPort, DVI, and VGA inputs, a USB port, and built-in speakers.

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5.BenQ 24-inch IPS

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The monitor uses LG’s AH-IPS (Advanced High Performance – In-Plane Switching) panel with a 250-nit peak brightness, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and a 60Hz refresh rate.

It supports 8-bit color via dithering (6-bit + 2-bit FRC) and covers the basic sRGB color space. Overall, the colors are vibrant and significantly better than that of similarly-priced TN panel displays.

The Full HD (1920×1080) resolution provides a decent pixel density on a 23.8″ screen of the BenQ GW2480, which means that the details are clear and vivid with a fair amount of screen space available.

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WRAP UP

Best 16:10 Monitors –  So, my main questions here are: Are there any major drawbacks to getting a 16:10 monitor in 2018 (I noticed the newest one are from around 2015)? If no, is one of these two monitors listed above significantly better than the other? Is there any other options I should be considering?

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