Top HDR 10 ready monitors for an amazing multimedia experience on Amazon India

By Siddharth Parwatay | Published 19 Aug 2021 15:31 IST
Top HDR 10 ready monitors for an amazing multimedia experience on Amazon India
Top HDR 10 ready monitors for an amazing multimedia experience on Amazon India

When selecting a good monitor for your setup, it is not enough to just go for a high resolution. Even the highest resolution cannot be enjoyed properly if the pictures are dull and uninspiring. If you’re looking for a new monitor, you should always look for a good combination of high resolution and dynamic range. Monitors that support High Dynamic Range (HDR) standards can produce better colours with compatible content. HDR10 is one such popular standard and one that will make your next monitor a lot better at handling colour and contrast. Here are some monitors available on Amazon which support HDR10. They also pack a good combination of specifications and features.

LG Ultragear Gaming Monitor

With support for G-SYNC and FreeSync, the LG Ultragear Gaming Monitor ensures smooth gaming without tearing and stuttering for all system configurations. The monitor ensures 99% coverage of the sRGB colour gamut, delivering accurate colours for your gaming and entertainment needs. Its IPS panel improves viewing angles, offering better visuals wherever you are in the room. With a refresh rate of 144Hz and a 1ms Motion Blur Reduction speed, your action sequences will be free from blurring. The monitor allows you to adjust the height of the display and change the angle of tilt. It also allows you to pivot it between horizontal and vertical positions. This makes it flexible for your particular style of usage.

Acer Nitro XV270P Monitor

With a maximum refresh rate of 165Hz, the Acer Nitro XV270P is great for gamers who’re looking for extra smoothness. In combination with its 1ms Visual Response Boost feature, this keeps visuals smooth while avoiding motion blur. Its wide 178-degree viewing angle keeps the screen clearly visible from various points around it. With a 25-degree tilt range, 120mm height range and a full 360-degree swivel capability, the Acer Nitro monitor can be configured the way you desire. Its dual 4W speakers can deliver powerful audio without letting you feel the need for external speakers. The Zero Frame design improves the immersiveness of your visuals.

BenQ MOBIUZ EX2510 Monitor

The BenQ MOBIUZ monitor features HDRi technology. This technology uses a discrete sensor to optimise brightness and colour for ambient lighting and content type. The EX2510 also features a dual 2.5W speaker setup backed by a Digital Signal Processor. This gives you a complete entertainment package right within the monitor. Its Black Equaliser feature improves visibility for dark regions of the visual without overexposing the bright areas. You can map your display presets with various inputs, such that simply changing your input configures your display for the best experience. The Light Tuner feature lets you pick between 20 colour settings for the best experience.

Acer CB282K Monitor

With a maximum brightness of 300 nits, the Acer CB282K Monitor offers great visibility in a wide range of lighting conditions. The ZeroFrame design offers enhanced immersion by using minimal bezels. Its tilt and height adjustability allows you to match its configuration to your posture. The monitor supports VESA mounting with a 100 by 100 stand for easy usage. The stand is made aesthetically appealing with a metallic finish. The combination of a 4ms response time and a 60Hz refresh rate keeps it ready for gaming. Those looking for wide viewing angles won’t be disappointed by the monitor’s 178 degrees horizontal and vertical range.

 

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