#1 Viotek 144Hz GN32LD QHD
This 2560×1440 widescreen monitor comes with an adjustable stand and offers 1440P screen resolution. The numbers keep coming: this game-worthy 16:9 widescreen monitor features a 1800R curve, promises 16.7 million colors and 5,000,000:1 DCR. Love anything you can custom-design? This is it; connect to DVI, HDMI and DP ports. The curved monitor screen prevents eye fatigue, cuts down on glare so you can play hours longer—or take a game break and use this monitor’s five settings to watch movies or do anything else you like courtesy of this product’s versatility.
#2 Sceptre C325W-1920R
If you’re still recovering from the price point attached to the aforementioned Viotek, you’ll breathe easy when we tell you that this 32-inch Sceptre gaming monitor costs less than $190 and there are deals to be had that could reduce the price a little more. This ultra-thin metallic black unit debuted this year to the joy of gamers with more enthusiasm than cash. Offering a wide selection of OS compatibility matches (Windows 7, 8 and 10; Mac OS High Sierra, Sierra and Capitan), this 1800R curved monitor promises 5ms response time, so even if the 75Hz refresh rate doesn’t thrill you, the price could compensate you.