We take a look at the pros and cons of each of the major monitor manufacturers, and how much each is worth.
The top 4 are the best for gaming and other tasks, while the bottom 4 are best for work and watching movies.
The good news is, all of these are capable of delivering great performance, with each manufacturer boasting a range of options for the money.
Read more: Asus Asus is an industry-leading manufacturer of gaming monitors, with the company’s top-of-the-line Predator series the best selling.
Its Predator 144Hz monitor is one of the best monitors on the market, with excellent colour reproduction and an incredible refresh rate of 144Hz.
It also supports up to 32GB of RAM and can run up to 8-hours of gaming at 144Hz with a maximum resolution of 1920×1080.
You can also choose from a range.
The Acer Predator 144 is the cheapest, but offers excellent performance and excellent colour accuracy.
If you’re looking for a gaming monitor, look no further than the Asus Predator 144H.
It offers outstanding colour reproduction, excellent refresh rate, and excellent performance.
It has an IPS panel and comes in a range with various refresh rates and resolutions.
It’s a perfect monitor for gaming, watching movies, and working on a computer.
Asus has also recently introduced the Acer Predator E240.
The E240 is a cheaper model, but it’s a great gaming monitor that supports up a 256GB SSD, which is very helpful for people with a large data collection setup.
If your budget is low, the Acer E270 is a great choice for you.
The G-Sync G-Series monitor has an incredible 60Hz refresh rate and supports up 8GB of memory, making it a great option for gamers and enthusiasts.
It can also be configured to offer 60 frames per second and has a built-in gaming laptop mode, which lets you play a game in the laptop mode or switch between windows in fullscreen mode.
If that’s not enough, the E271 can also support up to 4K gaming, which can be particularly useful for games that support high resolutions and 60Hz at the same time.
Acer has also released the Acer Acer Predator X360.
This monitor is a good monitor for a more casual gaming user who doesn’t need a gaming rig, and also has an excellent 120Hz refreshrate, which will suit people who play online and need a more immersive gaming experience.
The monitor has a full-sized gaming keyboard and a built in USB 3.0 port.
The Predator X380 is the more expensive model, with a higher price tag, but is also a great monitor for those who want the most out of their gaming experience and want to maximise the image quality and refresh rate.
The X360 has a refresh rate range of 120Hz to 144Hz, but can be configured with either 30Hz or 60Hz.
If we’re going to talk about monitors that offer a higher resolution and refresh rates, then the Acer X350 is the most expensive monitor on the planet.
The monitors on this list all offer some of the most impressive image quality, but you’re also going to need to spend a bit more for the Acer AIO series and Predator X270.
The AIO Predator series is available in 4K, 8K, and 4K with a 120Hz or 144Hz refresh and supports both 1080p and 4k resolutions.
The screen has an Intel HD Graphics 630 and comes with a 3-year warranty.
The new Predator X370 has an HD graphics 630, and is the latest in a line of monitors that have integrated graphics processors.
It supports a 120hz refresh rate with a max resolution of up to 3840×2160.
It comes in various colour options, and the screen itself is a stunning 6K.
The price for the X370 is $1,499, but we’d recommend you spend it on the X360 if you want the best out of your gaming experience, as the AIO X370 can be an even better deal if you’re only looking to spend on the Acer model.
We can also take a closer look at some of these monitors from Acer’s own Predator line, which includes the Predator A330.
The Analogue Predator is a low-end gaming monitor.
It is capable of up 20Hz refresh rates up to 144 Hz, but does not support the G-SYNC gaming interface.
It lacks an integrated GPU, and has an 8-year limited warranty.
It does however offer some gaming features, such as the Acer Adaptive Sync option, which allows you to sync your gaming PC’s screen to the monitor’s.
It even has a USB 3 port and can be used as a USB thumb drive.
This means you can store your games and movies in the USB drive without having to worry about losing the files in your PC.
The model comes with an integrated Intel HD 520 graphics processor, and comes pre-loaded with Nvidia’s G-sync technology