Introduction

Technology-related gadget markets are no less than gold markets in the 21st century. GenZ is obsessed with collecting every new in-town gadget for entertainment or work; it is an accomplishment of today’s generation as they have turned joy into a source of earning.

Let’s take the example of cameras. 1080p HD video cameras came out in 2006; they became a massive attraction for youngsters. Some fortunate ones were able to buy the camera and later used them for professional video making and became integrated with every event as a must. In 2020, we had videography, or the now evolved cinematography, as one of the most paying professions.

Similarly, computers have become a necessary gadget in every office and household since the modern form was invented. The documentation, accounts, and management work are done on computers. The invention of computers opened up hundreds of fields and professions.

Computer gadgets are one of the most hyped industries related to computers, with gaming gadgets at the top of the list. A gaming computer is the primary interest of many youngsters across the globe. They are now earning as gamers by reviewing gadgets and games and recording their gameplay to be made into a video for the audience to see as a form of entertainment.

However, it becomes tough to choose the right gaming Monitor for use. It requires in-depth knowledge of the specs to buy the right piece while not stepping out of the budget. This article will provide a checklist of what you should look for in your gaming computer.

5 specs to look for in A 15 BenQ Gaming Monitor

Every generation of Monitors comes up with pros and cons based on the type of use. The basic specs are the same for every age and variant of monitors. There is only a slight variation in each spec to suit every type of gamer.

Here is a list of specs you need to know about from the BenQ gaming monitors;

Panel Type

The most fundamental aspect of monitors is the panel which determines how the visuals appear when you display them. There are three main types of LCD monitor panels, having different merits based on the users’ comfort.

Twisted nematic

It is the fastest panel type with the highest refresh rate and quickest response time. However, they have a less appealing color display and narrow viewing angles. The black color contrasts are satisfactory.

Vertical alignment 

It is termed an all-rounder panel. It has excellent contrast, adequate response time, good colors, and better viewing angles than twisted nematic. They tend to ghost, which is being improved with advancements in technology.

In-plane switching

It is the most competent panel in terms of color and viewing angles. The response and refresh time are identical to vertical alignment but slower than the twisted nematic. It is known for its excellent color representation, which is rare.

Screen size and Resolution 

While monitors range in size from 22″ to 55″ but powerful ones like the A15 BenQ range from 15″ to 30″; the most popular type of BenQ monitor, the A15, has a 15″ display with 1280 x 1024 resolution. In the balance of size and Resolution, you must look for a pixel density of around 100-120 pixels per inch.

Refresh rate

The faster, the better, is a common phrase for gaming computers. You do not need a high-speed display because most games demand a lot from GPUs and would not run on 240Hz or 360Hz for titles like CS: GO. Most games operate fine at 60Hz to 120Hz bandwidth.

Response Time

The response time determines how smooth your gaming experience would be on a specific type of monitor. The two types available here are MPRT and GTg. For GTg, a response time of 4ms is just right for a convenient gaming experience, while for MPRT, go for 1ms if available. The response rate for the most popular type A15 Ben Q monitor has a 5ms response time, which is suitable for an enchanting gaming experience.

Curved vs. Flat

Most gaming monitors are flat, but curved ones are now gaining popularity. They are best for gamers who like the 3D experience of gaming. The curved screens are a good option if you want to avoid the surroundings of your computer area coming into your view while playing. However, the experience is different from how it is with 3D screens.

 

Created by Rose Emilie