Dozens of companies showed off their latest display and monitor offerings at CES 2020.
Now that most of us spend the majority of our days sitting in front of a screen, monitors and displays have become paramount pieces of technology worth investing in.
Whether you're using it for work or for pleasure, a top notch monitor can go a long way in easing the strain on your eyes and giving you the best visuals possible.
At CES 2020 this week in Las Vegas, the biggest tech companies have put a ton of effort into showing off their latest screen technology, hoping to usher in a new generation of monitors to make life a bit easier on our eyes.
Here are eight monitors that business pros may want to invest in this year.
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Asus' ROG Swift 360Hz
Asus called ROG Swift 360Hz the world's first gaming monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology. According to a release, the ROG Swift 360Hz can handle 50% more frames per second, far greater than most gaming monitors, which are usually available in only 240Hz.
The new gaming monitor has a 24.5-inch display size and full HD resolution, making it a top choice for any gamers looking for the best of the best.
Acer's Predator X32, CG552K, and curved X38
Acer made waves at CES this year with a bevy of high-quality options for anyone looking for new monitors.
The Predator X32 is a 32-inch screen built with video editors and gamers in mind. The 4K model comes with a peak brightness of 1,440 nits and uses a 1,152-zone mini LED backlight. But the high quality comes with a catch, as the monitor costs $3,599.
Acer also used CES 2020 to show off the Predator CG552K, a 55-inch 4K monitor that has a 120Hz refresh rate. The $2,999 monitor also comes with an almost-100% P3 color-gamut coverage and fast 0.5ms overdrive gray-to-gray pixel response.
To top things off, Acer also touted its innovative Predator X38 curved display, which comes with a resolution of 3,840x1,600 for a 24:10 aspect ratio. The monitor will be available for purchase by April and will cost $2,399.
Samsung's Space Monitor and curved UR59C
Samsung had two different monitors to show off at CES 2020: its Space Monitor and the UR59C.
For the Space Monitor, Samsung prioritized ergonomics and aesthetics over actual display technology, equipping it with a "zero-level Height Adjustable Stand," which supports viewing from a height of 8.4 inches above the desktop to the surface of the desk.
The Space Monitor has a three-sided bezeless screen and comes in 27-inch WQHD (1440p) or 32-inch 4K models, priced at $399 and $499, respectively.
Samsung also debuted its 32-inch, 4K curved UR59C monitor, which is touted as "the world's first 4K curved monitor."
Lenovo's ThinkVision Creator Extreme and Qreator 27
The $2,499 ThinkVision Creator Extreme monitor is 27 inches and comes with a 1,152-zone Mini LED array. Lenovo announced that it would be available for purchase by April.
The 4K, 27-inch Qreator 27 comes with a number of interesting features, including a 98% P3 gamut coverage and a Crystal Sound Display that vibrates the screen in with the audio. Lenovo even decided to throw in a wireless charging pad built into the base.
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