IPS vs OLED – Which Panel Type Should I Choose?

IPS vs OLED

Should you stick with the good old IPS panel or get one of those fancy new OLED panels? We’ll guide you through them both and help you discover which one is the right one for you.

What Is Nano IPS?

Nano IPS

What is Nano IPS and how is different from regular IPS? Let’s find out.

Is A 4K Monitor Worth It?

4K Monitor Worth It

Whether a 4K monitor is worth it depends on what you will use it for. Read this guide to discover if 4K Ultra HD (UHD) monitors are something for you.

What Is V-SYNC And Is It Worth It?

What Is V SYNC

V-Sync eliminates screen tearing, but it also introduces input lag and limits your FPS rate to the monitor’s max refresh rate.

What Is The Soap Opera Effect?

Soap Opera Effect

Ever wonder how some TVs can show images so smooth it feels like a soap opera? That’s called the soap opera effect and here’s how it works.

What Is Resolution And Why Does It Matter?

What Is Resolution

Resolution is the number of pixels the display can show. The standard 1920×1080 resolution has 1920 pixels horizontally times 1080 pixels vertically.

What Is Pixel Walk Or Pixel Inversion?

Pixel Walk And Pixel Inversion

Pixel walk or pixel inversion occurs due to the display’s alternating positive and negative voltages that can manifest as different visual artifacts.

What Is Aspect Ratio? (16:9, 21:9, 4:3)

What Is Aspect Ratio

The aspect ratio is the ratio between the width and height of the screen. Find out what 16:9, 21:9 and 4:3 mean and which one you should pick.

What Is Panel Variance And What Does It Imply?

What Is Panel Variance

You’ve probably seen the terms panel variance and panel lottery thrown around when looking for a new monitor. Find out exactly what they imply and what things you should expect to be different even on two identical monitors.