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    While gaming consoles traditionally pair with a TV, opting for a monitor has unique benefits. They make great desktop solutions, often delivering high-quality visuals in smaller screen sizes, sliding beside any PC in the home office. And with the rise of 4K HDR content steadily extending to PC monitors, they are viable across all price points.
    The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S each stow new graphical advancements, with the former consistently targeting up to 4K resolution, with bleeding-edge visuals. The two consoles also boast new display features like 120 frames-per-second (FPS) outputs, alongside variable refresh rate (VRR), aiming to tackle screen tearing for smoother gameplay. These features all require a compatible display, and the one you choose has a significant influence on the value attained from either console.

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    01-26-2021 07:42 AM

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