Best Curved 4k Gaming Monitors

Best Curved 4k Gaming Monitors – Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best curved gaming monitors currently available. They are adapted to be valid for most people, in each price range. Rating is based on our review, factoring in price, and feedback from our visitors.

If you would prefer to make your own decision, here is the list of all of our curved monitor reviews. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most monitors are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault monitors on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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1.GTEK F2740C 27-Inch

Pros & Cons

With GSync and FreeSync, users can enjoy the fastest and smoothest gaming experience ever. This technology synchronizes the screen’s refresh rate with the GPU, preventing tearing. This process also reduces display freeze and input lag, giving users a stunning visual experience and a competitive advantage.

Stunning vivid details from just about everywhere. The ultra-wide panoramic viewing angle ensures consistent image clarity and color to meet all your gaming and entertainment needs, and the screen is curved so that users can enjoy a more immersive experience.

2.Sceptre 27-Inch

Pros & Cons

That’s not to say that there’s anything desperately wrong with the monitor, it just feels like it could be better. The on screen controls are as you would expect, and easy to navigate, however I would have liked to see better control over the color.

There are several pre-set color choices, labeled “Movie”, “Gaming”, and “Text”, but all they really do is change the color temperature. Of course, the majority of your color adjustment will take place in your operating system, so this isn’t a major issue. Be aware that if you want to use this monitor for anything that requires color accuracy (like working with digital photos) you will need to calibrate this monitor.

3.ASUS VP249QGR 23.8”

Pros & Cons

Additionally, the monitor has a color gamut of 72% NTSC, which is equivalent to ~99% sRGB. In other words, the colors are accurate, consistent and vivid.

Out of the box, you may want to make some picture adjustments by using this website as a reference.

Here’s the kicker: the 1080p resolution looks crisp and sharp on the 23.8″ viewable screen of the ASUS VP249QGR. You get a decent pixel density while the resolution is not too demanding, allowing you to maintain high frame rates even with entry-level gaming GPUs easily.

Lastly, the monitor has a flicker-free backlight and an integrated low-blue light filter with four different reduction levels, which can prevent headaches and eye strain caused by prolonged use of the monitor.

4.ASUS 24″ 1080P

Pros & Cons

The display size, also known as viewable image size (VIS) is the physical size of the area where videos are displayed – not the monitor case itself. The size of a screen is the length of its diagonal, which is the distance between opposite corners, usually in inches. Check our compare monitors page to see other monitors this size at a larger range of prices.

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.

5.Samsung 27-Inch

Pros & Cons

There are some quite capable recent gaming monitors that do not support HDR, including the Samsung 27 Gaming Monitor (S2719DGF) reviewed just before this model. But with HDR compatibility becoming more common in AAA games, it’s becoming a feature worth looking for on gaming displays as a future-looking item, and its inclusion serves to a monitor’s advantage.

Between its balanced resolution, HDR capabilities, FreeSync 2, high curvature, wide color gamut, and very good image quality, the Samsung CHG70 27-Inch Curved Monitor has a lot to recommend as a gaming monitor—enough to earn it our Editors’ Choice. Even better, it can double as a very able monitor for video watching.


Best Curved 4k Gaming Monitors – Curved gaming monitors offer a more immersive gaming experience. Like all monitors, they’re available in many shapes and sizes, but they’re usually larger high-resolution screens. As is common with monitors, they vary greatly in performance, from basic 60Hz budget monitors to the most advanced 144Hz gaming monitors with either AMD FreeSync or NVIDIA G-SYNC variable refresh rate (VRR) technology.