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Anybody who spends hours on end in front of a screen, be it for work or for gaming, will appreciate the value of a good monitor. A large, high-quality display can go a long way in improving your work or play experience, and it’s especially valuable if you’re stuck working from home. There are quite a few options to choose from, of course, so we’re here to help out. Here are some of the best monitors you can buy!

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Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of the best monitors regularly as new ones launch.

1. BenQ PD2720U

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The BenQ PD2720U is one of the best monitors you can get for productivity. The 27-inch IPS LCD screen comes with a 3,840 x 2,160 resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. Its color accuracy is its biggest selling point, and you can also make use of professional CAD/CAM, Darkroom, or Animation display modes. It also supports HDR10 content.

It’s also not lacking in connectivity. It comes with two HDMI ports, DisplayPort, and two Thunderbolt 3 ports (upstream and downstream) to provide a single-cable solution for charging and data transfers. The stand lets you tilt and swivel the monitor and find the optimal angle. It’s an expensive monitor though but is well worth it. If you’re looking for even more screen real estate, you can also get the 32-inch model for an additional $100.

2. AOC C32G1

You may be less familiar with the AOC brand, but it offers plenty of options when it comes to monitors. The C line varies in size from 24 up to 32 inches, with resolutions from Full HD to QHD. Depending on your needs, you can also grab a flat display or opt for a curved screen too.

The AOC C monitors are equipped with AMD FreeSync and you can take your pick between a 75Hz refresh rate or a full 144Hz. With nearly nonexistent bezels, you should be able to spend all of your time locked into the action. AOC’s C monitors feature two HDMI ports as well as a DisplayPort option.

3. LG 34WK650

LG’s 34-inch UltraWide monitor is a great pick if you want a relatively affordable ultrawide display. With a Full HD display and AMD FreeSync, you should be able to make the most of LG’s impressive display. This 34-inch LG monitor is HDR10 ready with Maxx Audio speakers in the bottom bezel.

While the monitor doesn’t feature a curved display, you can easily connect a second screen to further expand your workstation. The response time is 5ms and the screen refreshes at 75Hz, which isn’t the fastest on the list. You can attach peripherals with a DP port and two HDMI options.

4. Dell P2719H

The Dell P2719H is another solid choice for productivity and is also one of the more affordable Full HD monitors you can get right now. It’s not lacking in specs and features, though. The 27-inch IPS display comes with a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, accurate color reproduction, and 8ms response time.

There are even plenty of ports to pick from here. You get one HDMI port and five total USB-A and USB-C options. It’s beautifully designed too, with a small, compact base and a near-borderless frame. The stand is also tilt and swivel-friendly.

5. Asus VG245H

The Asus VG245H is a great choice for anyone looking for a monitor for their gaming console. The 23.8-inch display comes with a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 resolution and a 75Hz refresh rate with AMD Freesync compatibility. It also supports unique gaming features like Asus GamePlus and GameVisual to help fine-tune your gaming experience.

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There aren’t too many port options on the VG245H, just two HDMIs, a D-Sub, and audio in, but it should be enough for most setups. It’s designed with a VESA wall mount, so you can easily mount the monitor and perfect your gaming setup. Asus aims to keep your eyes safe with flicker-free technology and adjustable levels of blue light.

6. Samsung C34J791 with Thunderbolt 3

It’s no secret that Samsung makes excellent TVs. Its QLED panels bring depth and quality that can be tough to match. Now shrink that quality into a curved 34-inch monitor and you’ve got the C34J791. It’s the last option on our list of the best monitors, and it’s by no means the least. One of the most convenient features is the Thunderbolt 3 support, which allows for 40Gbps processing speed and up to 85W charging.

The 100Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync technology help the C34J791 to keep up in just about any situation. Samsung even equipped the C34J791 with two 7W speakers and DP, HDMI, and USB ports to round out the spec sheet. Slim bezels on three sides make it extremely easy to focus on your content, whether you’re gaming, streaming, or working.

The monitors on this list are among the best you can get but are quite expensive as well. If you’re looking for something more affordable, don’t forget to check out our roundup of some of the best budget monitors currently available.