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The 9 Best 4K Monitors of 2020

4K Monitors become more ubiquitous, it may be difficult to pick out the best ones from the flood of new offerings. With well-known companies like LG, Phillips, Asus, and Dell all offering panels, together with lesser-known brands like BenQ and ViewSonic, it may be hard to decide which best suits your needs.

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Fortunately, we’ve taken the guesswork out of it by reviewing and researching each 4K display, evaluating them based on design, screen size and quality, and extra features like split-screen that make them better to use for productivity. You should also take a look at our general computer monitor list to see if any of them suit you.

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Available with FreeSync technology which provides similar benefits to Vsync without losing performance, the LG 27UD58-B 27-inch 4K monitor is the best you can get without spending an arm and a leg. Designed with gamers in mind, the 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution offers more than four times the resolution of Full HD and has more than 8.3 million pixels on the screen. Our tester used it to play in Game Mode, taking advantage of the customized and optimized game settings, together with FreeSync.

Beyond gaming, multitasking lovers will find a use for Screen Split 2.0, which allows for the display of multiple windows at once, including four different picture-in-picture (PIP) options.

Made with creative types in mind, the BenQ PD3200U is a beautiful 32-inch 4K monitor that features vivid colors and ideal viewing angles. With modes such as Darkroom, computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) and Animation, the BenQ has a unique set of display settings that can provide a more efficient work environment, all with stunning color precision. Past the different modes, the BenQ also allows users to display and control the content on two separate PC systems on one monitor with just one keyboard and mouse. Our tester found it ideal for developing, editing, and just generally working on.

Moreover, the ergonomic design is made for tilting, pivoting and swiveling the monitor to find the perfect orientation in both vertical and horizontal mode. Well equipped with ports and a strong stand, the BenQ is a creative’s, dream monitor.

Who says an Ultra HD monitor has to be ultra-expensive? If you’re in need of a low-cost resolution bump, check out the Philips 276E8VJSB. This 27-inch monitor has an 8-bit IPS matte panel that uses a technique called frame rate control (FRC) to simulate HDR-like quality. That means you’ll get over the one billion marks for the color count, but it’s not true HDR. Regardless, this monitor produces a dreamy picture for your games and movies.

Another benefit of that IPS nature is a wide viewing angle, allowing you to view the display at extreme angles with little picture degradation. The refresh rate tops out at 60hz, at 4K resolutions, most won’t be able to hit crazy frame rates beyond that anyway. You’ll also find faster response time in other monitors, but 5ms is still very respectable and usable for all but the most hardcore pro gamers and graphics designers.

As for design, Philips uses a borderless bezel. All but the bottom edge are thin enough to place multiple monitors side-by-side for seamless continuation. The included adjustable stand can be awkward to fit on a desk, but there are 100x100mm VESA holes on the rear for mounting. Speaking of rear-facing components, you have your choice of DisplayPort 1.2 or two HDMI 2.0 connectors, one of which supports HDMI audio out for more sophisticated home theater needs.

Boasting a 43-inch display with a 10-bit IPS panel, the massive Philips BDM4350UC 4K monitor is a great all-purpose option. Featuring a 5ms response time, there’s also a slew of connections, including fast charging, four USB 3.0 ports, two Display Ports, two HDMI 2.0 ports with MHL and audio in/out. The latter is most notable since the Philips includes dual seven-watt speakers built-in. Its large size is appropriately matched with MultiView, which enables the screen to be split into four separate Full HD displays (you can also utilize picture-in-picture mode for more ways to make use of the space). Our reviewer used this feature to good effect for multitasking and productivity.

The 178-degree viewing angle allows the 43-inch display to be properly viewed from almost any side while still providing bright colors for photos, movies, Web browsing and professional applications where color accuracy is critical.

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You won’t see many frills or flashy aesthetics on the Dell UltraSharp Monitor U3219Q, but its sleek, minimal look fits right in to any home or office. More importantly, you’ll feel and appreciate the high-quality build and functional, ergonomic design.

The 32-inch thinly-bordered screen offers plenty of viewing real estate while remaining slim and relatively lightweight with a small footprint. With VESA-mount compatibility, you can ditch the stand and mount it on the wall to save even more space. Our reviewer praised the big, beautiful screen for how well it suited businesses and creatives.

The Dell U3219Q was designed to be flexible and comfortable for the user as well. It can be adjusted in almost any way—it tilts forward and back, swivels 30 degrees each way, and adjusts more than five inches up and down. It can also pivot 90 degrees to be used in portrait mode. Connectivity options are plentiful, with a highlight being a USB-C port and included cable. Connecting to laptops and mobile devices via USB-C also serves to charge them with 90 watts of power, helping reduce cord clutter at your workstation.