Adding a monitor, like the many types from ASUS, to your home computing environment is the easiest way to boost productivity and make gaming more fun. Going from one monitor to two opens up even more possibilities. So consider what your life will be like if you win this three monitor set up that we are giving away in this contest.

How does adding a monitor change how your work and play

What would you do with more screen real estate? My wife and I were discussing this yesterday as I was making notes for this article. As a teacher tasked with doing online instruction for the first time in her life, she had no trouble seeing the benefits of three monitors. She’d put Zoom on one, for her video interaction during her classes, put her Google Forms assignments and quizzes on another screen, and use the 3rd screen for Microsoft Teams or email depending on which class she had at the time. Rather than flipping from one application to another on the single screen she currently uses, she would have them all right in front making her work so much easier.

Multi monitors are a gamer’s dream environment

I actually sent this contest prize to reviewer Dave Neufeld to test (that’s his photo at the top of this article!). Dave correctly points out that we are chronic multi-taskers (as my wife’s situation above supports) and having extra real estate helps a lot! But he also tested it for gaming and found that this particular set up with three amazing ASUS 27″ VG279QM TUF gaming monitors, connected using the ASUS ROG Bezel-Free Kit to give the illusion of a seamless appearance between each individual monitor is very impressive.

The winner of this contest will get all three monitors and the Bezel-Free kit! Read carefully the rest of this article so you don’t miss out on a chance to win.

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy but you can enter only once below and once on Dave’s review article. Yes that is correct you can enter twice in total. In your comment you must state how you will use the extra screen space. Will you dedicate one screen to photoshop, one to email … what will you do with three 27-inch screens in front of you!

What you can win

At the end of this contest I will draw one winner who will receive three ASUS 27″ VG279QM TUF gaming monitors and the ASUS ROG Bezel-Free Kit.

This contest runs from April 3rd until April 20th.

Remember you can enter once below this article and once below Dave review article for a total of two entries (as is usual for our contests, entering more than one comment at each location is not permitted).

Win an ASUS multi monitor set up Contest Rules and Regulations

Good luck

Martin Renaud
Editor in Chief
Martin loves working with the talented editors and writers on the Best Buy Blog as Editor-in-Chief. During his spare time he is either working on his next novel, cooking up a masterpiece in the kitchen, or adding some smart tech to his new home on Mayne Island in British Columbia.


  1. As a health care provider, I would use one screen to videoconferencing with patients, one to view their electronic medical record, and one to monitor email.

  2. I’ve only ever used one monitor but since doing a few meetings through zoom with many people I can definitely see how more monitors might make all this easier. Especially to use two screens for zoom and one screen for my work.

  3. What won’t I do??? Mostly though I would enjoy the extra space for editing sound and video. Having a screen dedicated to a monitor and others for tools and another for info would be great!

  4. Being a teacher, my remote learning would be a little more like a classroom with the extra screen space!

  5. Just like a bed, your screen can never be too big! My mind reels with this design and would love to use it for casino gaming, work would be easier doing graphic design, wowow! Can you be in love with a monitor? I think I just fell hard.

  6. Wow, i though this only existed in movies, lol,,, seriously would be awesome!. I would certainly have used for this. Thanks.

  7. My expensive GPU is lonely without a good monitor to push it 🙁
    I want to try gaming at max resolution and g-sync.

  8. Definitely this would perfect for me while working from home – I’d have my programs open on one page, and spreadsheets on the other two monitors!

  9. Definitely for gaming, and productivity at work – working with multiple spreadsheets and screens would be perfect!

  10. Working from home these days, the extra screen space would come in really handy to have multiple applications open at the same time and visible simultaneously, rather than switching back and forth on one monitor.

  11. First of all I would certainly mount them. Right now i have my setup in closet believe it or not with one monitor mounted. While its good to have one monitor it is nice to have the ability to do other things at the same time. I do a bit of streaming sometimes and listen to Spotify so those things alone would be much easier if I had more screens. It also would be nice for when I’m editing videos on YouTube I can have the editor on one screen while managing clips on the other. Just overall the more I think about having more screens the more I want it.

  12. For work, such as video editing and typing I would use the right screen for reference material, the middle screen for productivity software, and the left screen for keeping File Explorer open to quickly access documents and clips.
    For gaming/streaming, right screen is for chat and notifications, middle screen is for the game, left screen is for social media and tools.

  13. 3 monitors! Multitasking simplified and the tips to setup properly will come in handy! Thank you for the opportunity!

  14. I would use the extra screen space for video editing. 1 screen for script, 2 for premiere pro

  15. I plan on going back to school so I could definitely see myself using them to have different applications open…. Or use them for racing games for the full immersion experience 😛

  16. I would utilize the three screens to develop new business, keep globally current and develop relationships existing and new.

  17. Photoshop and Paint. Left: Reference pictures and misc. – Center: Main artwork. – Right: brushes, etc.

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