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The 1440p screen resolution is considered the perfect middle ground between image clarity and gaming performance. The QHD resolution measures in at 2560 x 1440 (pixels) and provides 27-inch monitors (and above) a good pixel density ratio for excellent picture clarity.




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One thing to remember when choosing a new monitor is how resolution affects gaming performance. Resolution is arguably one of the most demanding graphical options you can change, with huge dips in performance when comparing 1440p to 1080p. The same can be said when going from 1440p to 4K.


For most people, 1440p resolution and at least a 144Hz refresh rate is the perfect combination. You get a crisp and sharp image quality as well as a responsive gaming experience since 1440p is not nearly as taxing on your GPU as 4K UHD.


The ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV 27" WQHD Monitor is the next monitor. This is a 2K monitor with a 2560x1440 resolution, IPL display. When it comes to color integrity and rich image quality, IPS panels are preferred above TN and VA counterparts.


The 27-inch monitor is a common choice for work displays because it's large enough without being too bulky or too wide. The ViewSonic VG2765 is a 27-inch in-plane switching (IPS) display with a resolution of 2560x1440p, which allows you to see numerous windows and a lot of code at once.


The best monitor for coding in the budget category that we suggest is the Gigabyte G27Q. Overall, it's a good office monitor with wide viewing angles, a great 1440p resolution, and a 27 inch size that delivers good text clarity. Visibility in a bright room isn't an issue, as it has great peak brightness and good reflection handling, so it can easily overcome glare. Like all monitors on this list, the backlight is completely flicker-free at all brightness settings, which is great.


Unfortunately, it has a low contrast ratio and just alright black uniformity, so it's not the best choice for a dark room or if you like to use dark mode. There are also some issues with color accuracy on our unit before calibration, but this isn't an issue for coding. Overall, if you're a programmer and want a 1440p resolution, you should be happy with this one. 041b061a72


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