The RTE iMonitor is a gaming monitor from Amazon.
It’s a high-end gaming monitor that supports a whopping 12-inch 1080p display and features a built-in Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card, but the monitor has a price tag of €599.
The iMonitor comes with two HDMI ports, a mini DisplayPort 1.2 and one USB 3.0 port, along with an 8-inch, 1080p TN display, but you’ll need to shell out for a more powerful graphics card to get the full HD resolution.
There’s also a USB 3 USB Type-C port, but we found it to be more convenient to use the USB Type A ports, which are not included in the box.
For those of you who are interested in buying the iMonitor, Amazon has a $399.99 MSRP for the device.
It doesn’t come with a power brick, but instead you’ll have to plug it in via the HDMI port.
The Dell Inspiron 27 7000W-2720Q 27″ Gaming Monitor from Dell is a mid-range gaming monitor with a 1080p IPS display.
It comes with a 5K-resolution, 27-inch screen, but it’s a bit more expensive than the iDisplay.
The iDisplay is an integrated monitor, and it’s the cheapest option.
It offers a whopping 2760×1080 resolution, but its a bit pricier than the Asus XG2770G 27″ 27-in-1 Gaming Monitor, which offers a 2560×1600 resolution.
The Asus X2770K 27″ 2560 x 1440 IPS Monitor from Asus is the cheapest gaming monitor we could find.
It is a bit cheaper than the Dell Inspirion 27 7000 W-2730Q 27-Inch Gaming Monitor but doesn’t support a 4K resolution, so it’s less affordable than the MSI X2771A 27″ 2880 x 1440 Ultra HD Gaming Monitor.
The Vizio X2790 27″ 24″ Ultra HD IPS Monitor by Vizio is a 27-incher, which is the most expensive option available, but at this price you could get a decent gaming monitor.
It features a 2640×1440 resolution, a 1920×1080 panel, and a 5ms response time.
There are no USB 3 ports, but Vizio has a mini USB Type C port that you’ll use to plug the device into a PC.
The ASUS X2772A 27-Incher 28″ 4K Gaming Monitor by ASUS is the next best option for gaming monitors.
The Asus X2870K 28″ Ultra-Wide 4K Monitor features a 2880×1420 resolution and a 30ms response.
The display has a 144Hz refresh rate, but that refresh rate only lasts for 30 seconds.
This monitor doesn’t have a power adapter, but like the Vizio, it does have a mini-USB Type C connector that you can use to connect to a PC or a USB port.