Which brand is best for the budget monitor in the Philippines? There is no straight answer to that question but for some users, their number one choice is Samsung Odyssey G7. Because G7 has a very modern look and smart screen color that your eyes love. Here are the best budget monitor Philippines.

1. Samsung Odyssey G7

Why Buy This:

Make your gaming world more realistic than ever. Packing in 1.7 times the pixel density of Full HD, WQHD resolution features stunning detail and ultra-sharp images. Enjoy a fuller view with more room to do all the action. Get your head in the game with the 1000R Panel from Odyssey, which conforms to the curvature of the human eye for maximum immersion and reduced eye fatigue. Set by Stand (inch) -27.96 x 23.41 x 12.04.
Dropping tires means missed opportunities to put your enemy in the dirt. With support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and FreeSync Premium Pro, Odyssey matches every frame of your graphics card, so you’ll never be short of the moment to moment. A split second can be the difference between destroying you or destroying your enemy. With a gray-to-gray Odyssey response time of 1ms, you can be sure you’re receiving information as fast as technically possible.

2. Samsung Odyssey G9

Why Buy This:

With G-SYNC and FreeSync Premium Pro support, Odyssey matches every frame of your graphics card, so you’ll never be short of the moment to moment. Customize your Odyssey by customizing the primary colors to match your screen with the rest of your gaming settings.
With the Odyssey’s fast 240Hz refresh rate, you have up to four times the number of frames displayed on the screen every second than a conventional monitor. The 32:9 aspect ratio of the ultra-wide curved panel keeps games alive — even when you need to stop; Open multiple windows at once and switch between tasks seamlessly.

3. LG 29WP500-B

Why Buy This:
The 21:9 is great for capturing a window on each side. With my laptop screen to boot, I could easily interact with three apps simultaneously. The color is nice, the screen is clear and not reflective. I like the little joystick interface and screen. Very intuitive and tangible. I’m using an HDMI connection but have DP and USB-C as well. I love the options. Style-wise it looks very sharp on a monitor mounted above the laptop (VESA compatible). Lots of brightness. I’m only running it at 40%.

4. Samsung 32 inch M5 Series

Why Buy This:
Wireless DeX unlocks a complete PC experience. Binge-watching just got easier. Access a host of entertainment apps, such as Netflix, YouTube, and HBO. Work seamlessly from anywhere. Boost your productivity with on-screen computer features. A sexy picture, day or night. Ambient light is detected by a sensor that automatically adjusts brightness using Adaptive Picture. Keep your eye on winning. Set your screen to 21:9 to discover hidden areas in in-game scenes with Ultrawide Game View.

5. Samsung Gaming Monitor Odyssey G3 27

Why Buy This:

While advertised as a gaming monitor, there are much better options available for the same price – ones that offer the latest port standards, IPS panels, and brighter screens, all without the backlight bleeding that this screen suffers from. The Odyssey G3 brings some above-average contrast, but without a brighter screen, it’s pretty much lost.
Brightness leaves much to be desired. That alone is enough for me to give up this monitor if I’m considering a new purchase. 144Hz isn’t something to write home about these days, for gaming or otherwise.

6. LG 27 inch 27MN60T

Why Buy This:
I found it easy to set up and connect to my desktop. The clarity on the screen is excellent. I wish the stand had height adjustment, but for the price, I can overlook that. The included software disc contains the manual in Hebrew only, which I found funny. Just waiting to see if the projector decides not to work from sunset on Friday and what holidays it monitors.

7. LG 24MP400-B

Why Buy This:
The screen is good however it is only a 60Hz screen, not the 75Hz. Screen brightness is good and the color value is very good for the price. The sharpness is not the best but it is not unusable. Great because the second monitor is not recommended as the only monitor you have.

8. LG 24GN600-B

Why Buy This:
Fortunately, this LG monitor is cheap and has good Gsync/VSync capability, response time is fairly good, 144Hz is nice and smooth, and colors are good. Not the brightest panel but that’s OK – the panel lighting is even and I have a very small spot of backlight bleed near the middle, but that’s literally it. No IPS glare, dead pixels, scanning lines, flicker, etc.

9. Gigabyte M27Q

Why Buy This:

This is a great monitor for its price category. The picture quality is superb. I don’t have a dead or stuck pixel on my unit. BGR’s sub-pixel layout does not affect text in browsers for me (I was concerned before buying). The backlight bleed you see in my photo doesn’t look close to what it does in person.
4K 144Hz 10-bit HDMI 2.1 Thunderbolt USB-C gen4 with built-in KVM. They don’t advertise this feature enough: I’m charging my 16-inch MacBook Pro while also getting 4k 144Hz 10-bit via TB3/TB4! The KVM works flawlessly, at the push of a button, then I use all of the same equipment in my custom RTX 3090 rig.

10. Asus ROG Strix XG349C

Why Buy This:

  • 34-inch (3440 x 1440) HDR curved UWQHD gaming monitor with an ultra-fast 180Hz (overclocked) refresh rate designed for professional gamers and immersive gamers.
  • ASUS Fast IPS technology enables a 1ms (GTG) response time for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates.
  • ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync (ELMB SYNC) technology enables ELMB combined with compatible G-SYNC, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates.
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology with a professional color gamut delivers contrast and color performance that meets DisplayHDR 400 certification
  • USB Type C hub supports video transmission in DisplayPort signal; It can act as a USB hub, which means you can connect your device to wired peripherals with a clutter-free setup
  • Compatible with G-SYNC, providing a smooth and stutter-free gaming experience by enabling VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) by default




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