The best
Curved monitors
compared

For an immersive experience

Even though curved monitors have been on the market for a while, they are only now becoming more popular. Due to the fact that monitors are getting bigger and bigger, people have tried to find a solution for keeping everything in view despite the large surface. In this respect, a curved monitor offers some advantages, because the corners are moved more into the field of vision due to the curvature. Especially when it comes to gaming, curved monitors are becoming more and more popular, as they offer an immersive gaming experience that a normal screen cannot. We have compiled a list of the best curved monitors for you here.

Our main product is Samsung’s Odyssey G7, as it scores best in the overall package. Even though the monitor is primarily designed for gamers, it is also very suitable in other areas. The first alternative we chose is the LG 34GP950-B, which has a 21:9 panel and fully supports G-Sync. The third alternative is a bit fancier: The Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 has an incredible 32:9 curved panel and envelops every user with its size.

Best Curved Monitor: Samsung Odyssey G7

  • FreeSync Premium Pro
  • 1000R camber radius
  • HDR
  • Game Mode
  • no HDMI 2.1 port
Panel
VA
Refresh rate
240Hz
Response time
1ms
HDR

The best curved monitor is the Odyssey G7 from Samsung. The fact that it is available in 27 inches and in 32 inches means that it can be used for many purposes and does a good job in all areas. Due to the QHD resolution, it delivers a good picture, even if the 1000R curvature requires some getting used to at first. Thanks to the VA panel, the G7 also delivers very solid contrast and deep blacks, which is why you can use it very well in dark rooms. Gamers will be interested in the 240Hz refresh rate, a 1ms response time, and support for both FreeSync and G-Sync. HDR is supported, but the screen will not be bright enough for most HDR content. For creative purposes, the excellent coverage of the Adobe RGB color space is definitely very interesting. However, the curvature of a curved screen is not always an advantage when editing photos.

Ultra wide view for gamers: LG 34GP950G-B

  • Low input lag
  • High peak brightness
  • G-Sync
  • Poor black levels in dark rooms
  • No HDMI 2.1 connection

The LG 34GP950G-B is primarily aimed at gamers who want an immersive gaming experience. It belongs to LG’s popular UltraGear series and impresses with an excellent response time at maximum refresh rate, a fantastically low input lag and some additional gaming features. The IPS panel is 34 inches and supports Nvidia’s G-Sync technology. Like most IPS monitors, it has wide viewing angles but low contrast, so it’s not the best choice for gaming in the dark. This curved monitor has a 1900R curvature and conjures up rich colors. Therefore, it is also well suited for office and graphics applications.

Fancy alternative: Samsung G9

  • Huge 32:9 screen
  • 240 Hz
  • FreeSync and G-Sync
  • High contrast and deep black levels
  • The strong curvature makes it difficult to use with several people
  • Problems with VRR at 60 Hz

The Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 has an incredible 49-inch screen and a 32:9 aspect ratio. It is equipped with a mini-LED backlight and has strong local dimming, which allows it to display deep blacks. The gaming monitor has 240 Hz and supports FreeSync and G-Sync. It also has HDMI 2.1 ports, so you can take full advantage of a PS5 and Xbox Series X. The huge monitor almost envelops the user and lets them fully immerse themselves in the world of gaming.

Curved monitors in comparison

Best Curved Monitor
Samsung Odyssey G7
Samsung Odyssey G7
LG 34GP950G-B
LG 34GP950G-B
Samsung G9
Samsung G9
Size 32 Inch 34 Inch 49 Inch
Resolution WQHD (2560 x 1440px) UWQHD (3440x1440px) UWQHD (5120 x 1440px)
Format 16:9 21:9 32:9
Panel VA IPS VA
Refresh rate 240Hz 144Hz 240Hz
Response time 1ms 1ms 1ms
Display type Curved Curved Curved
HDR
G Sync
FreeSync
Contrast 2500:1 1000:1 2500:1
Jack 3.5mm
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