Good gaming monitor under 200
The models we are familiar with with an aspect ratio of 16: 9 have a screen diagonal starting at 23.5 inches
Diagonal and aspect ratio are characteristics that, oddly enough, have some dependence on each other.
On the market of modern gaming (!) Monitors with a high refresh rate, you can find models of two main formats (16: 9 and 21: 9) and a couple of virtually exclusive monitors with a non-standard ratio of 32: 9 and 32:10.
The models we are familiar with with an aspect ratio of 16: 9 have a screen diagonal starting at 23.5 inches and ending at the level of 32-inch solutions. Fast 21: 9 cinema displays are limited to 34-35 inches, while ultra-wide displays are available in 43 and 49 inches. The choice here can be based both on personal experience (for example, your monitor over time began to seem small and you want more), and on the physical ability to place a large display on the table, work tasks, area of interest, distance from eyes to the screen surface, and, certainly, visual acuity - so that you can do without the still somewhat problematic scaling system of Windows.
With the choice of the diagonal, the rules while looking for a good gaming monitor under 200 are simple:
- the worse the vision, the diagonal of the screen can (but should not at all) be larger;
- the longer the working distance, the larger screen you can afford without creating unnecessary problems.