There have been reports of new PC monitors that fans can look forward to purchasing this year. In 2022 people can target PC monitors that portray better image quality and that offer faster refresh rates. Attention is also on the gadgets that can provide more comfort for virtual workers as the pandemic takes a new turn. Most of these high-quality monitors come from the top tech companies that most of us already recognize.
Below, you can find the list of the 5 most intriguing monitors that are making 2022 a better year for tech. As you look at each of these monitors, try to appreciate the uniqueness of each product.
The company known as Alienware may not be famous like HP or Samsung, but it is one of the firms releasing a notable PC monitor this year. In fact, the company has introduced the first QD-OLED TVs, and now, it also just released the first QD-OLED monitor that you can see in the image above.
The AW3423DW is sure to offer unique colors and brightness levels that users love. PC game mongers have more reasons to rejoice in this PC monitor.
Quick Specs of AW3423DW
- Panel: Covers 93 percent of the DCI-P3 colors space
- Brightness: 250 nits
- Display HDR: VESA 400 True Black certification
- Refresh Rate: up to 175 Hz with 01 ms GtG response
- Display Resolution: 3400 x 1400
- Curve: 1800R
Release Date: Announced, to be released later this year.
Price: Not revealed
What QD-OLED means
QD-OLED is Samsung’s display tech that is at this moment wowing the world. QD-OLED stands for “quantum dot organic light-emitting diode.” Samsung also refers to it as QD-Display. It is not a new technology, just a revamped version of the already popular OLED that offers the best color expression among the existing display technology.
Acer Aspire C27
This monitor may not be everything everyone wants, neither could you exactly claim that it could take the place of an iMac, but it comes with its own loveliness. It isn’t a king when it comes to resolution at the display. However, virtual workers will love the monitor is released as all-in-one by Acer. It’s got two microphones and an integrated 5 MP webcam that can be tilted and covered up. That’s something that virtual workers want to have all the time.
Quick Specs of Acer Aspire C27
- Display Resolution: 1920 x1080 pixels
- Display Size: 27 inches
- Monitor Type: Thunderbolt 4
Release Date: Announced… Not available yet.
Price: Not announced yet.
HP Z40c G3
This is an ultrawide USB-C monitor with a 4K webcam. Also superb for people who work virtually, this new PC monitor can charge a MacBook Pro because it has a supply of up to 100 W of power delivery. The display can even be connected to two Mac or Windows devices, dragging and dropping files through HP Device Bridge 2.0. What a way to get work done between devices!
It is not great on speed. But it is actually built for the virtual worker to start and complete tasks in the easiest manner. For those who love to use video conferencing, the monitor is a high choice. Apart from having two microphones, it also has a pair of 5W speakers and a 4K webcam built into the top bezel. The camera can tilt backward or forward.
Quick Specs of HP Z40c G3
- Display Resolution: 5120 x2160
- Screen Refresh rate: 60 Hz, 14 ms GtG response time
- Curve: 2500R
- Monitor Type: Thunderbolt 3
Release Date: January 2022.
Asus ROG Swift 360 Hz PG27AQN
The massive feature of the PC monitor is the capacity to take 1440p up to 360 Hz. Other monitors announced can do 1440p up to 300 Hz, which means that this Asus monitor is indeed one product that people will look forward to having. It is also the fastest monitor coming from the stable of Asus. It enables the highest and fastest response time in real-world use.
The new IPS (in-plane switching) also helps achieve speed. To get this high response time, Asus partnered with game display manufacturing company AUO in order to provide an IPS panel with liquid crystals carrying higher birefringence. This allows liquid crystals to twist rapidly so that light can pass through.
The PC monitor gives gamers a moment-by-moment advantage as the battle for victory. In fact, it has received the name eSports Gaming Monitor already.
Quick Specs of Asus ROG Swift 360 Hz PG27AQN
- Display Size: 27 inches
- Display resolution: 2560 x 1440
- Refresh rate: 360 Hz
- Display Type: LCD (Liquid-crystal display)
Release Date: Unknown
Price: Not yet set
Samsung Odyssey Neo G8
Another high-resolution speed monitor from Samsung is here. It will imitate the PG27AQN to bring 1440p resolution to its highest refresh rate in respect of 4K resolution. Its refresh rate is not as superb as the one of Asus written above, but this is the first 4K monitor to claim a 240 Hz refresh rate while using compression. Also, please take note that its resolution and speed are not good enough. However, the name Samsung got it covered as some people will buy it because it is a Samsung monitor. Take note as well that it has the steepest curvature as far as PC monitors are concerned today.
Quick Specs of Samsung Odyssey Neo G8
- Display Resolution: 4K
- Display Type: VA panel using Mini LED backlight
- Brightness: 1,400 nits
- Curvature: 1000R
- Refresh Rate: 240 Hz
Release Date: To be announced
Price: To be announced
Take note that you can’t purchase these PC monitors now. But we give you a heads up as to what to expect when the time comes for you to make a buying decision regarding a good PC monitor that’s best for gaming and for virtual work.
Ultimately, to make a good choice out of the monitors mentioned above, one will have to look at features such as energy efficiency to save some money. Virtual workers delight in monitors that meet their video, data, and power needs through single USB-C connectivity that helps to reduce clutter. Screen or display size will override the points outlined above for many of us.
With the five suggestions listed above, you have the opportunity to improve your work experience, boost productivity, and make smart, healthy monitor choices in 2022.