The Asus Zenbook UX305G, a $1,299 laptop monitor with a touch screen, is the cheapest gaming monitor you can buy.
But you can still use the monitor to play some PC games or stream high-quality movies and TV shows, and the Asus Zenpad UX330, another $1 to $2,000 gaming monitor with touch screen (and, for $1.99, a USB port), is also great for games.
If you’re looking for a good gaming monitor that is cheap and will work with almost any PC, the Asus ZU320WQ1, which is a $900, 13-inch, gaming monitor (but not a gaming one, as it doesn’t have a touch-screen) is also a great option.
The Asus ZW-E590, which retails for $499, is also an excellent gaming monitor for the $300-$400 price range.
But the Asus PQ300Q, which has a touch panel, is a bit better for gaming.
The Dell U2113U (a $2200 gaming monitor), the Acer Aspire V5, which you can get for $2.99 and a USB 3.0 port, and many other laptops have a built-in touch screen.
And even the Dell E621 and Asus P21 have touch screens.
The Acer XB271Q, for instance, has a touchscreen that can be used to play games and movies, but it doesn, too, so you won’t get any benefit from using it to stream a game.