Credit monitoring companies have been on a mission to offer the best 144hz video monitors to the consumer.
And according to a new survey from Credit Monitor Services, there’s a lot of demand.
The survey was conducted by Credit Monitor and the National Association of Consumer Finance Professionals, and the top three choices for 144hz screens in 2020 are LG Display, Dell and Asus.
In fact, the top five are all among the top four.
But here’s where the numbers get interesting:In 2020, the most popular 144hz models are from the top six manufacturers:LG Display, Acer, Dell, HP, Toshiba, and Toshiba Display.
The top five most popular models in 2020 were all the top-selling 144hz TVs from last year, according to the report.
In terms of resolution, LG Display is the most powerful and expensive model, at 1440 x 2560.
Dell’s 13-inch model is only slightly better at 1440×2560, with Toshiba’s 14-inch offering a slight edge at 1920 x 1080.
The Asus model has the fastest 144hz model, which is the Asus ROG Swift PG278Q.
In fact, Acer and HP are the only companies in the top 15 that offer 144hz versions of the same screen.
The Acer model is the cheapest of the bunch, with the cheapest 144hz display at just $199.
Asus has a top-notch model that sells for $249, and it comes with a built-in monitor.
Dell is also a good value with the most expensive model at $799, but its 144hz version is still $199 cheaper.
For monitors, Asus comes out on top with its ROG GL502G.
It’s the most affordable model, and you get a full 1080p resolution at a price point that’s just $249.
Acer’s ROG GT65U has a 1440×2660 resolution, but you’ll need to upgrade to the Asus model for the full-screen resolution.
The Dell model is best at 1440p, but is also the cheapest at $599.