Best Benq Monitors for Console Gaming – So, there you have it, our comprehensive rundown of the best console gaming monitors this 2021. We hope this guide has made understanding the tech that goes into console monitors a little easier. This knowledge should enable you to choose a monitor that is actually right for your specific needs. Whether you’re a part-time gamer that just wants a great visual experience or someone more focused on competitive gaming, there is a top display in this list that suits your requirements.
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1.ASUS VP249QGR 23.8”
- 23. 8 inch Full HD (1920x1080) LED backlit display with IPS 178° wide viewing angle panel
- Up to 144Hz refresh rate with Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync ) technology to eliminate tracing and ensure crisp and clear video playback
Generally, the ASUS VP249QGR is fast enough for competitive gaming, but if you are really sensitive to motion blur and can’t afford the more expensive IPS models, you might want to consider a TN panel alternative. Keep in mind that TN panels don’t have nearly as good colors and viewing angles as IPS.
And the good news? The monitor supports AMD FreeSync over DisplayPort and HDMI with a 48-144Hz variable refresh rate (VRR) range. This technology allows the monitor to synchronize its refresh rate to GPU’s frame rates, which will remove screen tearing and stuttering with minimal input lag penalty (~1ms).back to menu ↑
2.Sceptre IPS 27 inch
- IPS Panel: The IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel cannot be beat when it comes to consistently delivering top color performance and sharp visibility from multiple viewing angles.
- 165Hz Refresh Rate: Pushing beyond the standard refresh rate, 165Hz gives gamers an edge in visibility as frames transition instantly, leaving behind no blurred images.
As a wide-screen entertainment monitor, the Sceptre C275W-1920RN packs a gorgeous 27-inch curved screen that’s a thing of beauty – even when the display itself is turned off. True to its name, the C275W-1920RN’s In-Plance Switching (IPS) panel is housed in an elegantly, thin, gently curving frame. You don’t pay a price for such slimness, though; but the monitor has meager port selection (only HDMI and VGA, no USB), and its stand only offers tilt adjustment.
This monitor’s native resolution is on the low side for its screen size (1920 x 1080), but it stands out as unspectacular pick for office work on a roomy screen. Although it can’t match the Editors’ Choice Samsung C27HG70 on picture quality, it still sports a sleek design and cost half as much.back to menu ↑
3.ASUS 24″ 1080P
- 24 inch Full HD (1920x1080) display with an overclockable 165Hz (supports 144Hz) rapid refresh rate and 0.5ms (GTG) response time
- NVIDIA G-SYNC technology removes stutter and screen tearing for the smoothest gaming experience
When it comes to the all important specs the max screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels, the refresh rate is 165 Hz, and the response time is 0.5 ms. This is a 1080p Asus monitor and can run at 165 Hz.
This gaming monitor weighs 11.5 lbs – important to know if you’re taking it to live events or college. The color of this monitor is 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 for gaming this monitor scored a 4.5/5, brightness 4.4/5, picture quality 4.3/5 and on value for money 4.1/5. That makes an aggregate score of 86%.back to menu ↑
4.BenQ ZOWIE XL2546
- Lightning-fast 240 Hz refresh rate performance for a smooth gaming experience.
- 1ms Response Time (GTG) to eliminate ghosting and lag, providing the optimal gaming experience. Power consumption (On mode) - 55W
BenQ does include a USB controller you can put on your desk to adjust settings more easily with a scroll wheel. (It can also flip between profiles with the press of a button). The monitor was in FPS mode when I first plugged it in, which looked truly terrible—switching to Standard mode brought colors back in line to what they were supposed to look like.
No matter what mode you’re in, though, you can adjust settings like brightness, contrast, and color, as well as more gaming-specific features like DyAc and Black eQualizer (which lightens blacks so you can see dark details more easily, at the expense of contrast ratio).back to menu ↑
5.Acer Predator XB273
- 27" FHD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen NVIDIA G-SYNC - Tear Free Gaming - Zero Frame Design Display
- Refresh Rate: 240Hz | Response Time: 1ms (G to G) - Up to 0.1ms (G to G)
Over the years, high refresh rate monitors have become increasingly popular amongst both casual and competitive gamers. This is mainly thanks to the smooth gaming experience a speedy refresh rate can offer, especially when paired alongside capable adaptive sync technology.
With that in mind, the monitor we’re reviewing today falls well into the upper echelons of the refresh rate category. The Acer XB273GX is a 240Hz gaming monitor that is seemingly tailored towards competitive players. Whilst it only offers a 1080p screen resolution, the XB273GX impresses in general responsiveness – boasting an impressive 1ms GTG response time.back to menu ↑
Best Benq Monitors for Console Gaming – Gaming monitors are different from your standard TVs and monitors. They are often optimized specifically for gaming and they offer a space-saving alternative to the best gaming TV. TVs are fine for gaming but a more responsive gaming monitor could be the edge you need.
There is a lot of different options for today’s console gamer and it can quickly become a bit of a headache. In this article, we have compiled a shortlist of the best console gaming monitors that meet certain criteria and address certain needs of any PlayStation (whether that’s PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5) or Xbox gamer (Xbox One or either the Xbox Series S or Xbox Series X).