The 8 best 27-inch lcd monitors to buy in 2018 gas in dogs stomach

For an affordable alternative to the top pick, the Acer R271 is a great choice for anyone looking for a basic 27-inch monitor that focuses on sheer reliability. In other words, if you want something that will keep on working long after you have set it up, this is another good option to consider. With a 1980 x 1080 maximum resolution, this IPS monitor is capable of full HD content with a response time of just four milliseconds and a contrast ratio of 100 million to 1.

The design is sleek and minimalistic, with a thin bezel around three sides of the screen. When paired with an additional R271, the thin bezel minimizes the amount of screen real estate that is lost in multi-monitor setups. Colors are pleasing without being over saturated or too dull. The monitor itself includes outputs for HDMI, DVI, and VGA, making it compatible with virtually any graphics card you may have.

The monitor also comes with extra features to enhance the viewing experience. Tiltable from -5 to 15 degrees, the monitor includes a blue light filter, so you can use the monitor before bedtime without feeling insomnia. Flicker and screen glare features keep the image consistently viewable as well. Should anything happen, the monitor is covered by a one year limited parts and labor warranty.

The unfortunate truth is that most of us spend hours upon hours of each day in front of our computers. So in the same way that investing in a quality mattress is a matter of health, so is buying the right monitor. The ASUS PB277Q is built for your comfort. Its proprietary EyeCare Flicker-Free technology removes on-screen flicker that strains your eyes by using Smart Dynamic Backlight Adjustment. The display also has a blue light filter that protects your eyes from the harmful blue light that can cause headaches and even sleep disorders. Its ergonomic stand can tilt, swivel and pivot and its height can be easily adjusted to fit your setup. Altogether, these features let you work (or play) comfortably for long stretches of time.

The 27” WQHD 2,560 x 1,440 panel has 109 pixels per inch, delivering greater image detail and up to 77 percent more on-screen desktop space than standard Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) displays. It also boasts a speedy 1ms response time and 75Hz refresh rate, making it a great choice for gamers.

Sound and a good screen is often a tough pairing to have in a computer monitor. Since monitors are meant to produce the best visuals possible from a computer, most manufacturers skimp on the sound and rely on customers going with dedicated speakers to make up the difference. While this setup is good for some people, those who want to maximize desk space need the best built-in sound they can get. In other words, they need the ASUS Designo MX27UC.

The slim, sleek lines of this monitor cleverly hide a specially designed sound producing beat. Two 3W, built-in speakers drive sound from two 5W amplifiers specifically designed to work in tandem with each other. The monitor’s onboard SonicMaster optimization technology tailors the output to deliver a full-bodied sound that enhances the visuals delivered from the 4K screen. Since the speakers are out of the way, you can maintain a clean look with your computer setup while enjoying the full sonic experience a desktop monitor can offer.

On the visual side, the AH-IPS panel delivers true 4K performance with a 3840 x 2160 resolution. The Eye Care technology provides a blue light filter and flicker-free backlighting to reduce eye fatigue during extended use. The monitor’s minimal-bezel design offers a 178 degree viewing experience with an 80 million to one contrast ratio. For hookups, there are DisplayPort, HDMI and USB type-c connections for connecting separate laptops or other devices. In case of damage, the case and panel are covered with a three year warranty plus an optional one year warranty for other parts.