If you are thinking about the monitors announced at CES 2018 and looking for the Best Displays at CES 2018 here are some few monitors that you can choose from. This year we have seen some of the best gaming displays at CES 2018 with high performance and low-latency. These are the few that you really need to know about. Most of them have HDR.
CES(Consumer Electronics Show) takes place every year in Las Vegas. This year almost 200,000 people attended CES Furthermore the show was 3 days long. Started from January 9, 2018, thousands of companies will be present to attend the event. Companies small or large all show up with their gadgets and gizmos.
Best Gaming Display at CES 2018
Nvidia’s BFGD Monitors
If you think monitors are not that important to check out this bad boy.BFGD stands for “big-format gaming displays”. Nvidia’s BFGD is an absolute beast. BFGD has 4K resolution display, uses 2.0b version of HDMI, not 2.1 which is great for big-screen games. The BFGD supports high dynamic range(HDR) for games.
LED brightness gets up to 1,000 nits and achieves the DCI-P3 color gamut. The 120hz refresh rate for the smooth gaming experience. Be sure to check out more information here.
If you’re not looking for very quick refresh rate and want something pretty to look at. The LG 32UK950 is a 32-inch 4K display with HDR support and nano IPS panel. LG boasts the display is capable of hitting 93 percent of the P3 color gamut. The design of the monitor is slim, elegant and simple.
Perhaps 32 inches of 4K HDR show monitor isn’t sufficient for you. For that, there is LG 34WK95U with a 34-inch display featuring 5K the resolution needs a little explaining it’s 5160 x 2160. nano-IPS display panel and HDR support. The display features a borderless edge to edge design.The design is simple and elegant that the user will hopefully like.
Dell Ultrathin S2719DM
One of the most affordable monitors on the list is Dell Ultrathin S2719DM with 27-inch display design and HDR support. 2,560 x 1440 max resolution, this not the sharpest or detailed as other in the list. Dell Ultrathin S2719DM cost around $500 and will be available in store on January 30, 2018.
Lenovo ThinkVision P32U
This is a black-clad, spartan display with a nice edge external frills. Lenovo ThinkVision P32U is more of professional monitor featuring a 32-inch 4K display capable of 99.5 percent of the AdobeRGB spectrum, according to Lenovo it will available to the stores in March for a total cost of $1,350.
Let us know what you think about these gaming displays that were shown at CES 2018.