Monitors are how you are able to see what you do on your computer. It´s what you are reading this page on if you aren´t on your phone.
As new games continue to push graphics to ever-higher levels, new monitors are developed to be bigger and have better definition, allowing you to get more enjoyment of what´s on your screen.
More than a gaming accessory or add-on, they are a necessary piece of hardware for every computer out there.
Below is a list of gaming monitors available to the PC. Click on their names or pictures to go to the external store page of each one. To understand the list a bit better, here are some definitions:
Full HD: Capable of displaying an image with a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels.
Quad High Definition: These monitors have a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels, which is four times higher than the "standard" high definition (720 pixels), hence the name.
4K: While Full HD images can have a resolution of up to 1080 pixels, 4K can display up to 4000 pixels (with 3840 × 2160 pixels being the standard).
LED monitor: A type of monitor where each pixel is made out of a combination of three different LED lights (red, blue and green). Good at showing the contrast between colors and displaying darkness.
IPS: Stands for In-plane switching. These monitors switch the molecules on the liquid crystal display (LCD) to generate clear images and consistent colors.