If you follow the tech scene, you know how DisplayPort technology has evolved over the past few years. Not only can this display technology deliver high resolution audio and video, it also allows you to record multiple screens through a single port to create a multi-monitor platform.
The best thing is that the higher bandwidth on DisplayPort means almost no compression, especially if the display connected is a high-resolution display. And the gamer in you should already know that monitors connected via DisplayPort allow you to reap the benefits of both AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync. This ends up translating into a seamless gaming experience less stuttering and retarded.
So if you’re in the market looking for dual DisplayPort monitors, here are some of the best ones. From gaming monitors to professional monitors, we try to cover them all.
1. Acer Nitro XV273K Pbmiipphzx
Acer Nitro XV273K Pbmiipphzx
If you are looking for a 4K monitor with high refresh rates, the Acer Nitro XV273K Pbmiipphzx makes a good buy. It is designed for gamers and works well with FreeSync and G-Sync systems. It packs a pair of DisplayPort ports, and once connected, this gaming monitor lets you reap the full benefit of 144Hz refresh and extra color depth.
Overall performance is exceptional, thanks to the shortest response time completion, high refresh rate and color performance. When we take color profiles, it shows 90% of the DCI-P3 color range. Like its predecessors, it has a pixel density of 163 PPI.
In addition to the HDMI and DisplayPorts ports, the XV273K packs 4 USB 3.0 ports.
When it comes to HDR, the color and gray scale are pretty accurate. However, people at Hardware Toms believe that the dynamic range is the same as in SDR mode.
In appearance, he doesn’t look sharp. The bezels are a little wider. On the rise, this monitor is very flexible and guarantees a flexible gaming experience.
You Know : VESA manages the DisplayPort video interface standard with a consortium of GPU, display, chip and PC manufacturers.
2. ASUS ProArt PA279Q
Asus ProArt PA279Q
ASUS ProArt P279Q is designed for graphic artists and creatives. It is a well-designed monitor and comes with excellent color accuracy and brings home a pre-calibrated display. Asus claims the P279Q can display 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB and 120% NTSC.
This ASUS monitor has many inputs. In addition to using the DisplayPort 1.2 input and output ports for daisy chaining (for a multi-monitor setup), it packs a single HDMI port, a dual-link DVI and a maximum of six USB 3.0 ports along with a 9-in-1 card reader.
From this creative targeted monitor, it comes with various menu options to adjust image quality. The controls are very precise and allow you to adjust the screen to your liking. Besides, you can also play with different modes.
Brightness and contrast levels are excellent for the price. Although 2560×1440 resolution may seem like a gap to many, rest assured that it is crisp and detailed.
3. ViewSonic VP2468
Pricing is one of the features that sets the ViewSonic VP2468 apart from the rest. It costs under $300 and is suitable for people doing critical color work. The monitor is factory calibrated to over 99% of the sRGB and Delta E color gamut to deliver accurate color. Several professional reviewers have supported this.
At the top of it, this screen is factory calibrated, meaning it will only work well out of the box if you don’t want to go into the intricacies of color calibration. But the creative in you should already know that the best way to go is to tone it down to your liking, and in that, the VP2468’s menu options don’t disappoint.
The VP2468 offers many connectivity options. There are two HDMI 1.4 ports, and the DisplayPort 1.4 ports are MST enabled, meaning you can dock them with other compatible displays. And if that’s not enough, it also packs 5 USB 3.0 ports (four downstream + one upstream).
Overall, this FHD display offers solid performance for its price. And the bezel-less design and sleek look adds to the overall experience. And yes, you will also find a 3.5mm headphone jack.
4. Dell Ultrasharp U2717D
Dell Ultrasharp U2717D
The Dell Ultrasharp U2717D combines the good features of Viewsonic and the Asus monitor. This premium screen is also aimed at creatives and designers and supports 99% sRGB color coverage. And if that’s not enough, it also shows an average dE of less than 2.0. And the IPS display brings home stellar image quality with great grayscale performance.
Another unique thing about the U2717D is that it offers a standard DisplayPort and a Mini DisplayPort for input and a third DisplayPort for output. That means you can use it to connect to other monitors via a single cable without worrying about cable clutter.
The standard DisplayPort and a mini DisplayPort let you choose the input according to your preference without compromising on quality.
The unhinged and elegant look of the monitor also helps with multiple monitor setup. Apart from the previous ports, the U2717D also packs an HDMI connector, a USB-B upstream port and a total of 4 USB-type A 4 ports.
5. BenQ PD2500Q
Last but not least we have the BenQ PD2500Q. This monitor is suitable for professionals and designers in mind. It is a QHD monitor that is pre-calibrated. It covers 100% of the sRGB and Rec709 color profiles and offers stellar image quality (especially considering its price) with accurate color reproductions.
If that’s not enough, the monitor allows you to switch between different color presets without any problems. Best of all, you don’t have to stick with the OSD controls to land on the right preset. You can simply assign some essential shortcuts and easily switch between presets like Darkroom and Low Blue Light.
And as you might come to expect, it is an MST monitor and allows you to daisy chain with other monitors with ease. It packs a standard DisplayPort 1.2 port and a mini-DisplayPort, plus a DisplayPort-Out port. Also, you’ll find a 1.4 HDMI port and a quad USB hub. Cool huh?
From an audio perspective, it doesn’t disappoint. You can hook up your headphones with a cable (see headphone stands), and the pair of 2W speakers are good for alerts and the occasional YouTube video to watch in between work.
That said, the BenQ PD2500Q packs a minimalist look complete with sonic bezels, downward facing buttons, and a solid stand.
Before clicking that buy button, make sure the monitor is compatible with your computer and graphics card, especially if you want it purely for gaming.
So which of these are you going to buy?