Best Multi Screen Monitors

Best Multi Screen Monitors – Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best monitors for a Multi Screen that are 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 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.Dell U2721DE UltraSharp

Pros & Cons

The Dell U2721DE is a decent 1440p, 27″ monitor. Dell’s UltraSharp lineup tends to focus more on office features than gaming, and this one is no exception. It has great connectivity, including USB-C power delivery support, and it even has a built-in RJ45 (ethernet) port, which is extremely rare. Like most Dell monitors, it has excellent ergonomics and a simple design that looks great in any setting.

It’s not as good for gaming though, as it has a limited 60Hz refresh rate, a relatively slow response time, and no dedicated gaming features, and like most IPS monitors, blacks look gray in a dark room. Overall, it’s a very good office monitor and a decent choice for media creation, but gamers are likely to be disappointed by it.

2.HP Z27

Pros & Cons

Hewlett Packard (or HP Inc. as of 2015) is no stranger to the world of PC peripherals, including monitors. With their newer line of 10-Bit 4K monitors, they’ve definitely gotten it right when it comes to the perfect harmony between price, performance, and perks—with an excellent monitor series that features some nice implementations to set them apart from the competition.

While this specific Z- series of monitors come in sizes of 27, 32 and 43 inches, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Z27—a 27-inch monitor aimed at pro users looking to jump up to UHD resolution.

3.HP 2TB68A8

Pros & Cons

The HP Z27 looks sleek and attractive thanks to its minimalist design that’s laced with metal parts for that premium feel. The monitor’s matte black look is common in the monitor market, but the angles and form of the device give it a luxurious flair. The display is also bezel-free on three sides, letting users maximize most of the viewable area without any distractions.

The aesthetic aspect of the HP Z27 makes it ideal for multi-monitor setups which aren’t entirely impossible for its audience. The bezels are thin enough to almost disappear between each display so you don’t have to be annoyed by bars that split your work or view space. Ultrawide monitors are of course, better in this regard, but there is no model available yet that can match the pixel count of two Z27s side by side.

4.ASUS TUF Gaming 27″

Pros & Cons

The ASUS TUF Gaming VG27WQ1B is a great gaming monitor. It’s packed with features most gamers should enjoy, like FreeSync variable refresh rate (VRR) support and G-SYNC compatibility. It also has an incredibly low input lag and a decent response time, but you may notice some motion blur with fast-moving content in dark scenes. Luckily, it has a Black Frame Insertion feature that helps improve the appearance of motion.

It has a VA panel with a great contrast ratio, making it ideal for dark-room gaming, but it has narrow viewing angles and the image looks washed out when viewing from the sides. The ergonomics are also bad, so it may be difficult to place in an ideal viewing position. Lastly, it performs well in bright rooms thanks to its good reflection handling and high peak brightness.

5.Acer KB272HL bix 27″

Pros & Cons

In comparison to other panel technologies (IPS and TN) which have a maximum contrast ratio of 1,000:1 at this price range, the KB272HL offers deeper blacks for more vivid details in the shadows and dark areas of the picture.

This makes for more immersive viewing experience, particularly if you’re watching the screen in a dark room.

The Acer KB272HL also has a solid peak brightness of 300-nits, and it supports 8-bit color depth with a 72% NTSC (~100% sRGB) color gamut, which is very good for a monitor at this price range.


Best Multi Screen Monitors – When using more than a single display for your PC, you’ll want to not only consider the best computer monitors but also ones that have small bezels and other handy features that make deploying a multi-monitor setup easier. We’ve rounded up some fine examples of screens that will work well in a multi-monitor configuration.