5 Best PC Monitors 2021


The COVID-19 pandemic has made many people work from home, and using an additional monitor for a laptop, as well as being able to play games, may be an option for many people.

And the manufacturers also released many interesting monitors during 2021. The following is a list of the 2021 monitors that we think are the best.

Samsung Smart Monitor M7

At first glance, the shape of the Samsung Smart Monitor M7 is conventional, but this monitor - as the name implies - has its own intelligence. That has many features without the need to connect to a PC. For example, accessing Microsoft 365, and of course the monitor can also be connected to the keyboard and mouse via Bluetooth.

Not only that, users can also access applications such as Netflix, HBO Go, Amazon Prime Video, and others. Of course there is an HDMI port to function as a regular monitor.

Xiaomi Curved Gaming Monitor 34

Yes, Xiaomi penetrated into the monitor device. It's been a long time actually, but this is one of the first monitors that Xiaomi has officially released on the market. Like other Xiaomi devices, the price offered is very tilted when compared to the specifications.

The price of the Xiaomi Curved Gaming Monitor 34 is not cheap. But the specifications are stunning. The screen measures 34 inches with a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels (QHD +) with a refresh rate of 144Hz. The screen is curved (1500R), and supports AMD FreeSync Premium.

LG 34WN80C

In November 2021, LG released a number of new monitors on the market, one of which was the 34WN80C. This is an ultrawide monitor, which has a screen ratio of 21:9. But the difference with Xiaomi, 34WN80C is not focused on gaming, but for productivity.

The panel is IPS, the resolution is 3,440 x 1,440 pixels, and the refresh rate is 60Hz. The monitor also supports a USB-C input port, which means compatible laptop users can simply use one port to connect to the monitor, and can also take advantage of the built-in USB hub.

Acer Nitro XV272U

Compared to other monitors on this list, the Acer Nitro XV272U is the least expensive. But that does not mean the specifications and performance are shy. The screen size is 27 inches with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and a refresh rate of 144Hz.

The panel is IPS and has a high DCI-P3 color coverage, which is 90%. The brightness level is also fairly high, which is 400 nits. The input ports are 1 DisplayPort and 2 HDMI 2.0.

Gigabyte M28U

Lastly is the Gigabyte M28U, a 28-inch monitor. Loh, why is it so expensive? Naturally, this is a modern monitor, because it is suitable for use with the latest generation of consoles such as the PS5 and Xbox Series X via its HDMI 2.1 port.

Not only with HDMI 2.1, the M28U also has a 4K resolution and a refresh rate of up to 144Hz and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. There is also a USB-C port with 15W PD, so it's not only suitable for PC gaming, and consoles, but also suitable for productivity (connected to a laptop with a USB-C port).

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