Best Xbox Monitors

Best Xbox Monitors – Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best gaming monitors for the Xbox Series X 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 1440p and 4k 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.ASUS TUF

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With the Asus TUF Gaming F15, we were already able to test an almost identically equipped version of our test device with an Intel CPU. Now we have the AMD version with a Ryzen 7 5800H in the form of the Asus TUF Gaming A15, which is supported by 16 GB of RAM. An Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 is responsible for displaying image content, and a 1 TB SSD is also available.

This configuration is offered at a price of approximately 1,700 Euros (~$2,008), meaning that the TUF Gaming A15 has to face the comparison with the competition listed below. You can also add more laptops from our database for comparison under each section.

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2.LG 27GL83A-B

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The LG 27GL83A-B is a very good monitor with a 27 inch, 1440p IPS screen. It delivers a great gaming experience with extremely low input lag, an outstanding response time, and a few great gaming features. It supports AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate technology (VRR), but it’s also certified by NVIDIA to support VRR from recent NVIDIA graphics cards.

It has wide viewing angles, good reflection handling, and very good peak brightness, so glare shouldn’t be an issue. As a more budget-oriented model, it has a pretty basic stand, with limited ergonomics and no RGB lighting. Although it supports HDR, this doesn’t really add much, as it can’t get bright enough to deliver a true HDR experience and has a low contrast ratio.

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3.Acer Nitro XV282K KVbmiipruzx

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The Acer XV282K KV offers an immersive image quality thanks to its 4K UHD resolution and vibrant colors, while its quick response time and VRR support up to 144Hz ensure smooth gameplay performance.

The inclusion of HDMI 2.1 allows you to enjoy these perks on the PS5 and Xbox Series X as well as on PC.
However, there’s some minor to moderate overshoot noticeable at low FPS with VRR enabled and the HDR image is subpar for this price.

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4.Dell S2721QS

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The Dell S2721QS is a great budget 4k monitor that’s suitable for a wide range of uses. It has a large screen with plenty of space for multitasking, and its high pixel density results in sharp images and text. The stand allows for a good amount of ergonomic adjustments, and its IPS panel has wide viewing angles, so you can easily share your screen with colleagues.

It has a fast response time, low input lag, and supports variable refresh rate (VRR) technology to reduce screen tearing when gaming. The refresh rate is limited to 60hz, but it shouldn’t be an issue for most people as gaming in 4k is still quite demanding. Like most IPS panel monitors, the contrast ratio is mediocre, which results in blacks looking grayish in the dark. Additionally, while it gets bright enough to fight glare, it isn’t enough to deliver a satisfying HDR experience.

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5.GIGABYTE M27Q

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The Gigabyte M27Q is an excellent 1440p gaming monitor suitable for a wide variety of uses. It has a large 27 inch screen that provides an immersive gaming experience and plenty of screen real estate for work. It has an incredibly low input lag, exceptional response time, and a high refresh rate to deliver smooth and responsive gameplay. Its IPS panel has wide viewing angles that make it easier to share content or play co-op games; however, it comes at the cost of a lower contrast ratio, which makes blacks appear gray in dark environments.

Unfortunately, it lacks swivel adjustment and can’t rotate to portrait mode, and even though it supports HDR, it doesn’t get quite bright enough to deliver a true HDR experience. On the upside, it has tons of additional features, including a Picture-in-Picture/Picture-by-Picture mode, a USB-C port that supports DisplayPort Alt Mode, and a KVM feature that lets you control two devices with your mouse and keyboard.

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Best Xbox Monitors – If you’re shopping on a tight budget, then check out the Dell S2721QS. Like the Acer Nitro XV282K KVbmiipruzx, it’s also an IPS panel monitor but an inch smaller. It doesn’t have any HDMI 2.1 ports and is limited to a 60Hz refresh rate, but it still has good response times and VRR support. Unfortunately, it’s pretty light on gaming features, and it also doesn’t have any USB ports. You do get built-in speakers, though, and there’s also a Picture-in-Picture/Picture-by-Picture mode that lets you display two input sources simultaneously, great for watching a TV show or movie while gaming.

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