This week, New Scientist asked the question: Which monitor, monitor, or all three?

This week’s question is about the Asus ZenBook UX34UBG, the Asus ROG Swift PG278Q and the Dell XPS 11.

The first thing you’ll notice about the ZenBook is that it’s a pretty big screen.

It measures 34.7in x 8.1in x 0.5in, and the back panel measures 14.5cm x 8cm x 0cm.

It’s a big screen, and while it’s not as thin as the XPS, it does look a little bit bigger.

This is where the Dell and the Asus come in.

The Asus has a smaller screen, which allows it to be a bit more portable, while the Dell has a bigger screen, so it’s great for gaming.

But it’s also great for reading and watching movies, as you can get all of your games in one screen.

Dell also has an HDMI-CEC input, which means you can use the Zenbook as a monitor for both HDMI and DisplayPort.

The Dell Xps 11 is another great choice for gaming, and is actually one of the most portable gaming monitors around.

It has a slightly larger screen (27in x 13.8in x 1.2in), but the Asus is more than double that, and that’s thanks to a larger bezel.

This means it has two large bezels to play on, so you can watch a movie from the monitor and then play it on the TV.

And of course, if you want to watch your games from the desktop, you can do so from the Asus too.

The ZenBook has two main components: the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card and the AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics card.

Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1070 is the fastest graphics card available, while AMD’s RX Vega is the next fastest.

Both are good enough to run the games we’re looking at here, so we’ll be using the RX Vega for our gaming tests.

The ZenBook also has a 2TB HDD for the extra storage, which makes it even more portable.

The Asus Rog Swift PG279Q has a 2560 x 1440 display, but we’re going to stick to 1440p here.

It comes with a 27in screen, a 2,560 x 1,440 panel, and a 2.7GHz processor.

Nvidia has also upgraded its GPU, and this time they’re using an 8-core Nvidia GPU.

Nvidia is also using a 3GB GDDR5 memory, which gives the Swift PG280Q a staggering 4GB of RAM.

Nvidia says the Swift is the “most powerful GPU ever designed”.AMD is the second-largest graphics processor on the market, but it doesn’t offer as much power as Nvidia does.

The AMD RX Vega 64 is the closest to Nvidia’s 8-cores, but at 4GHz, that’s still quite a bit slower than the Swift’s 3GHz.

However, the Swift has a much higher core count, and it’s actually cheaper than the RX 460 (around £600/$700).

The RX Vega 128 is AMD’s latest chip, and features a 256-bit memory interface, and Nvidia has moved the memory to 4-cents per-cycle (2,560/2,160/2.80GHz).

The Vega 64’s clocks are faster, and its memory is better.

But AMD doesn’t have much to say about the Swift, and doesn’t seem to have plans to add any further performance.

For our gaming test, we’re using Alienware’s Alienware Monitor for this article.

The monitor is an IPS panel, so there are some pretty good colours, and there’s a very wide viewing angle.

The panel is IPS, so the screen is actually quite good for gaming at 60Hz.

But if you look closely, you’ll see that the IPS panel does tend to fade over time.

You’ll also notice that the monitor doesn’t look particularly sharp.

The edges are a bit rounded, and you might notice that you’re getting a bit of blurring from the edges.

However you can tweak the resolution to try and make the colours more vivid, or you can adjust the contrast ratio if you prefer.

If you want a more mainstream gaming monitor, the Dell ROG SWIFT PG278RQ is another good choice.

It does offer the same gaming performance as the Swift.

However it has a better viewing angle, and with an additional 1920×1080 resolution, it also offers more colour depth.

This makes it better suited for games that require lots of details.

The screen is also 4K-ready, so if you don’t want to spend too much money, you could even get a 4K screen.

We’re using a matte screen, but you can always buy a screen with a glossy coating if you’re after a nicer screen.The Dell X