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Qmax Home & Office Monitors

At Qmax, we are committed to providing high-quality monitors at reasonable prices, giving you the most bang for your buck. Don’t overpay for a high-end display; instead, go with Qmax for unbeatable value.


Introducing ZeroBezel, a sleek and minimalist design that will enhance the aesthetics of your monitor setup. The ultra-slim bezel allows for an end-to-end screen that creates a more immersive viewing experience.

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FHD Monitor FAQ

What is an FHD monitor?

FHD stands for “full high definition”, referring to the displays resolution. An FHD monitor is a computer monitor that has a native resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, which is considered to be the standard resolution for high-definition displays.

Are FHD monitors good for gaming?

Yes, an FHD monitor will perform very well during PC gaming, but it may not provide the same level of performance as a higher-resolution monitor. Most modern games are designed to be played at 1080p, so an FHD monitor should be able to display them at their full resolution. However, some games may benefit from a higher resolution, particularly those with fast-paced action or high levels of detail. In these cases, a higher-resolution monitor may provide a better gaming experience.

What are the benefits of using an FHD monitor?

Resolution: An FHD monitor has a high resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, which provides clear and detailed images.

Viewing angle: FHD monitors have a wide viewing angle, allowing users to see the display clearly from different positions.

Compatibility: FHD is the most common resolution for high-definition displays, so FHD monitors are compatible with a wide range of devices, including computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

Price: FHD monitors are generally more affordable than higher-resolution monitors.

Why are refresh rate and response time important?

Refresh rate

The refresh rate of a monitor is the number of times the display is updated per second, measured in hertz (Hz). A higher refresh rate can improve the smoothness of motion on the screen, so it is important to choose a monitor with a refresh rate of at least 75Hz for gaming and other fast-moving content.

Response time

The response time of a monitor is the time it takes for a pixel to change from one color to another, measured in milliseconds (ms). A lower response time can reduce motion blur, so it is important to choose a monitor with a low response time, typically 6ms or lower.