Top 5 Best Monitors in Malaysia 2022 (Budget & 4K)
Trying to find a monitor for gaming and work? We have researched and shortlisted the Best Monitors so you don’t have to. Let’s see what are the 5 Best Monitors of 2022 in Malaysia suitable for work and play at the same time!
Types of Monitors
There are various types of monitors that you can buy online. The first thing you need to do is think about what you are going to use the monitor for. Some buy for gaming, some buy to watch movies or to work. In this article, we look at the best monitors for various types of uses. There are 2 most popular types of monitors on the market: LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) and LED (Liquid Emitting Diode).
LCD monitors are monitors that succeed CRT monitors. There are two types of panels for LCD monitors – TN Panels which have a high refresh rate but may distort your view when viewed at certain angles; and IPS panels which have a slow refresh rate but no issues with any point of view.
LED monitors are LCD monitors that use Light Emitting Diodes backlighting. Generally, the quality of LED monitors is better than LCD monitors. The most popular LED monitors on the market use IPS or VA panels.
Each type of monitor has pros & cons, but the average LED monitor is more popular in the market due to its much better quality.
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Best Monitors in Malaysia
LG 27" 27GL650F UltraGear Monitor
Our first choice for best monitor is a mid-range monitor for the Malaysian market. Although marketed for the gaming market, this monitor is also suitable for various other types of uses. With FreeSync from AMD, this monitor is able to reduce screen tearing and stutter. This monitor is also equipped with HDR10 for higher resolution than other mid-range models. Shadows, brightness and highlights in the image will appear clearer. Among the other features of this monitor are the Dynamic Action Sync which lowers input lag, 144Hz refresh rate, borderless design, and adjustable angle and height. It is an IPS panel monitor and a great choice for gaming.
DELL ULTRASHARP 27" U2720Q Monitor
For the best high-end monitor category for work use, we chose this Dell Ultrasharp U2720Q. Contrast and color quality are among the best due to the 1300: 1 contrast ratio. With 4K resolution (3840 x 2160), you don't have to worry about resolution quality. The IPS panel allows viewing angles of up to 178 degrees. Also equipped with HDR10 and the ability to convert from landscape to portrait, this monitor is an ideal investment for those of you who work in the field of photography and videography.
AOC 24" 24B1XH Monitor
For a budget option, you may want to look into this AOC 24B1XH. Indeed, this monitor is not as good as mid-range or high-end monitors, but with a low price, you can get a fairly reliable monitor and decent color quality. The resolution of this monitor is 1080p but with the IPS panel, the viewing angle can be up to 178 degrees, just like a high-end monitor. Refresh rate is 60Hz which is quite standard and contrast ratio is 1000: 1. If you want to find a second monitor or don't need a very sophisticated monitor for work use such as Excel and Powerpoint, this monitor is good enough. So it’s still worthy of inclusion in this list of top 5 best monitors.
Samsung 27" LC27R500FHEXXM Monitor
As a competitor to the LG UltraGear, Samsung markets the Samsung LC27R500FHEXXM at a lower price. With a 3000: 1 contrast ratio and the same AMD FreeSync technology as on the LG UltraGear, the monitor will reduce stutter during gaming, making this monitor the best choice for mid-range gaming. Another unique feature for this monitor is the curved design, which not only is super nice but also gives you a great view. In terms of design, this model is one of the best monitors out there and won’t disappoint you.
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BenQ 31.5" EX3203R Monitor
Looking for high-end monitors for gaming at a reasonable price? If so, this BenQ EX3203R will not disappoint you. This monitor is equipped with somewhat cutting edge specs such as FreeSync, 144Hz refresh rate, 2K QHD, B.I.+ Sensor to adjust brightness and color temperature, and 4ms response time compared to 5ms in mid-range monitors. This monitor uses a VA panel for higher color contrast at the expense of viewing angle. The difference between this monitor and other high-end monitors is that this monitor has a resolution of 2K, not 4K, but this monitor is marketed specifically for better gaming performance. With the price offered, it is a pretty good product and certainly one of our favorite best monitors.