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What are Legion’s best gaming monitors?
Which Legion gaming PC monitor should you choose? One size doesn’t fit every gamer. So that’s why Lenovo offers a broad assortment of gaming monitors that feature only the industry’s best tech. Get help deciding what game display is right for your style of play (or your setup). Our Lenovo FAQ section can help you decide what’s the best gaming monitor for you. Or, keep reading and discover our gaming computer monitors by feature.
240hz monitors for gaming and beyond
If you’re over low framerates (we know, it’s annoying) then you need a monitor with a higher refresh rate. Each and every Lenovo gaming monitor has what you need to maximize your FPS while gaming. With a minimum of 144hz (with select 240hz gaming monitors available) of FPS-boosting power in each Legion monitor, Lenovo can help you avoid those dreaded low-FPS levels. Check out one of our top 144hz monitors, the Lenovo G34w-10, today!
1ms gaming monitor
When you can’t suffer another defeat due to input lag, you’ll want to consider upgrading to a monitor with unsurpassed response time. Look to the Lenovo Y27q-20 gaming monitor. At a whopping 27 inches and with a brilliant QHD, anti-glare display, you won’t have to worry about missing a detail (or a sneaky opponent). And with its unsurpassed 1ms response time, you’ll be as close to the moment as any monitor will allow while leaving your enemies a step or two behind.
Curved gaming monitors
Lenovo Legion has curved monitors for gaming that place you central to the action. These wide or ultrawide gaming monitors offer increased viewing areas while subtly curving that additional horizontal screen space into your viewing range – so that nothing on-screen escapes your attention, or your wrath. Check out our Lenovo Y44w-10 gaming monitor if you’re outfitting the ultimate game room. It’s ultrawide HDR panel is a stunning 44 inches.
Adaptive G Sync monitors and more
Select Lenovo Legion monitors feature AMD FreeSync technology that helps reduce or even eliminate annoying screen tearing or stuttering – ensuring your visual experience is as smooth as your graphics card allows. Likewise, select G Sync compatible monitors, powered by NVIDIA, help to synchronize your refresh rates with your graphics card to help eliminate screen tearing, stuttering, and input lag.
Legion monitors spare no expense in bringing the latest visual tech and software to power up your game. Our up to 240hz and gaming monitors work to refresh your display’s image more quickly, so that you can better keep up with action. And our 1ms gaming monitors leave unacceptable input lag in the rearview. We even have HDR gaming monitors that alter in-game lighting to photorealistic levels.
Gaming monitor vs TV
TVs have long been the preferred display for console gamers, and for good reason – it’s easier to lounge back and relax with a controller in hand than it is when hunching over a mouse and keyboard. A comfy couch and big display several feet away is the natural way to play for console gamers.
But most PC gamers have long known that in terms of performance you simply can’t beat a proper gaming monitor, and it’s worth the tradeoff. And even a lot of console players have started to pick up on the benefits and switched over to a gaming monitor.
While there are more TVs out there that are capable of reaching a level of graphical brilliance that many gaming monitors still don’t offer, performance for PC gamers is largely the more important factor, and that’s where gaming monitors shine.
Most gaming monitors can reach up to FHD or QHD levels of resolution, which is pretty close to the standard 4K visuals most TVs now feature (and more 4K gaming monitors are popping up every day). But for the tradeoff in visuals, gaming monitors more commonly offer smoother visuals, with less screen tear and distortion, as well as faster response times. Response times dictate how fast the action takes place on the display in front of you once you’ve pressed a key or button. And gaming monitor response times commonly hover around the 1ms mark, meaning that to the human eye, there is essentially no delay from input to movement. 1ms rates on a TV are all but nonexistent, meaning most TVs are going to suffer from poor response times and show some smearing when fast action is taking place on the screen. TVs also commonly lack a DisplayPort, which allows displays to reach a higher bandwidth than HDMI allows. So, if your goal is to compete above the rest, a great gaming monitor will ensure that input lag isn’t the reason you and your buddies