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The Best Monitors | 12 Days of Tech

what's up guys is that from Texas and welcome to my new temporary series on the channel called 12 days of tech or each day I basically feature a different category of tech all the way to Christmas which is December 25th the purpose of these series is to help you guys find the best gifts for your friends or family so with that said let's kick off this episode by looking at some of the best monitors ranging from budget all the way to high end and if you guys enjoy the series and like the idea let me know by leaving a like so yeah let's begin so starting the show off with the cheapest 1080p monitor you can find on planet earth the v7 21.5 inch monitor going for 72 dollars if you guys aren't picky about design or specs and one an HD monitor to get some work done or even casual gaming then this is definitely for you it's even vest compatible so if you want to mount this on a wall or a monitor arm then you definitely can if you have a bit more to spend the next best option is the AOC 22 inch monitor that sports an IPS display 5 millisecond response time and a 60 Hertz refresh rate you also get a very good-looking monitor with extremely thin bezels the only downside is that it doesn't come with speakers an HDMI port nor is it basic imperil but if you can look past these negatives and this is a solid buy for only $100 alright so now let's talk gaming for a bit one of the most affordable gaming monitors you can buy right now is the Acer 24 6 HL which is a 24 inch display rocking a 144 Hertz refresh rate any one millisecond response time this is perfect for any hardcore or competitive gamer and it's only going to cost you a little under $200 it is also basic compatible and it comes with an HDMI port however it does not come with built-in speakers if you like me and are into ultra wide monitors then this one from LG is definitely one of the best options available for under $200 it's a 2560 by 1080p monitor with an IPS display and that's pretty much it it's not really a gaming monitor because if it's 60 Hertz refresh rate and a 5 millisecond response time but it's excellent for editing because of the 99% RGB color space and it also is basic compatible however it doesn't have a built-in speaker now if you guys demand more pixels and are not a fan of ultra lights then the Samsung 28 inch 4k monitor is probably what you're looking for not only does it have a 3840 by 2160 display but it also features AMD freesync and a one millisecond response time so if you have an AMD GPU this would be amazing for gaming in UHD otherwise if you don't care for gaming this is an excellent monitor for graphic designers 3d modelling and even editing videos it is basic compatible however it doesn't have built-in speakers back to ultra wide monitors if you want a beefy ultra wide gaming monitor for under 700 bucks then look no further I did do a video on this and I was impressed with what LG can do at such a great price 144 Hertz refresh rate 1 millisecond response time and free sync even if you don't have an AMD GPU this thing is a badass just keep vsync switched on and you won't experience any screen tearing honestly guys you don't need anything more than 100 Hertz paying for G sync is such a waste of money it's also based a compatible however it doesn't come with built-in speakers for my content creators out there that do lots of editing and casual gaming this version of LG's ultra lite is a much better option not only do you get more pixels 34 40 by 1440 P by the way but you also get 99% RGB Thunderbolt 2 supports and a curved IPS panel perfect for any productivity setup it's also basic metal and it comes with built-in speakers of course with all these awesome features it comes in a hefty price tag of $1000 and finally for those big time ballers out there that want the absolute best in an ultra wide gaming monitor then the asus rog swift is currently the champion with a 34 40 by 1440p curved IPS display and a 100 Hertz refresh rate with g-sync this is definitely one of the best-looking ultra lights I have seen it's also basic compatible and comes with built-in speakers which are terrible according to reviews but personally I would go this monitor simply because it has a higher resolution and it just looks way more badass I mean come on this thing looks sick so that is it for day one guys day two and three are going to be keyboards and mice but if there's a category of tech you guys want to see done on the channel let me know by dropping your comments down below then you guys so much watching and I will see you in the next video
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