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AOC 27B1H 27" IPS Full HD Monitor for £99.95 delivered @ Amazon
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AOC 27B1H 27" IPS Full HD Monitor for £99.95 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 11th Oct

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The 27B1H comes with an elegant 3-sides borderless design, an ultra slim profile with 13 mm thickness and Full HD resolution on its 27" IPS panel. Enjoy videos, productivity on a larger scale with the 27B1H. It also protects your eyes with Flicker-Free and Low Blue Light technologies.

Frameless Design
Besides looking modern and attractive, frameless designs enable seamless multi-monitor setups. Your cursor/windows will not be lost anymore in the dark abyss of bezels, when many displays are placed side by side.

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Slim design
Slim designs bring huge positives: First, thin displays look very elegant, especially in public spaces, even when seen from the back or sides. Also, less space on the desk is needed.

250cd/m² Brightness
Want to use your monitor in a brightly-lit environment, e.g. beside a window catching the sun? The high 250 cd/m² (or 250 nits) brightness achieved by W-LED backlight ensures a good visibility on the display even in these harsh settings. In comparison, the sRGB's reference luminance level is 80 cd/m².

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HDMI
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is supported by the current gaming consoles, current GPUs, set-top boxes, supporting the HDCP digital content protection system. HDMI 1.3-1.4b versions support up to 144 Hz refresh rate@1080p and 75 Hz@1440p, while HDMI 2.0-2.0b versions support 240Hz@1080p, 144Hz@1440p and 60 Hz@2160p (4K).


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IPS Panel
No matter if you are viewing photos, videos, a magazine layout in InDesign or playing your favourite game - we want your content to look excellent from whatever angle you are seeing it. That is why this display comes with an advanced IPS panel, which produces brilliant colours and offers wide viewing angles. This way, images always look excellent and accurate, regardless from which angle you - or your friends and co-workers sitting or standing next to you - are looking at the screen.

Manufacturer's warranty: 3 years


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Thinking of getting a monitor like this to use and connect/dock my MacBook Pro (USB C only), is there an easy way to do this with just one cable, such as a HDMI or is it more complicated than that?
Edited by: "riccirus" 11th Oct
250cd/m² Brightness seems a little on the low side?
Solado11/10/2019 22:03

250cd/m² Brightness seems a little on the low side?


Common brightness nowadays for monitors. It could definitely be higher
Edited by: "rev6" 11th Oct
Solado11/10/2019 22:03

250cd/m² Brightness seems a little on the low side?


You would rarely need more than 150nits if you have placed your monitor properly and dont want to strain your eyes. Also most SDR monitors have the best contrast ratio after calibration at around this brightness.

Only if you have a HDR setup you need to worry about peak brightness or if you have the window at your back.

250 nits is more than sufficient for nearly 90% of users. Obviously if you want more brightness still, then yeah you will have to go for a monitor thats atleast twice the price of this.
riccirus11/10/2019 21:58

Thinking of getting a monitor like this to use and connect/dock my MacBook …Thinking of getting a monitor like this to use and connect/dock my MacBook Pro (USB C only), is there an easy way to do this with just one cable, such as a HDMI or is it more complicated than that?


Just need a USB C to HDMI cable for this
75hz max for anyone wondering and no built-in speakers. Cheap though so it’s expected
jackfreemanwkd12/10/2019 05:32

75hz max for anyone wondering and no built-in speakers. Cheap though so …75hz max for anyone wondering and no built-in speakers. Cheap though so it’s expected


Am I read it wrong where it says 240hz??
Xch573312/10/2019 07:35

Am I read it wrong where it says 240hz??



That is just explaining HDMI version differences.
rev612/10/2019 07:47

That is just explaining HDMI version differences.


Ahhh thank you. It almost caught me out and I was about to buy 2 for the price thinking it’s 240 haha! Sneaky advertising.
riccirus11/10/2019 21:58

Thinking of getting a monitor like this to use and connect/dock my MacBook …Thinking of getting a monitor like this to use and connect/dock my MacBook Pro (USB C only), is there an easy way to do this with just one cable, such as a HDMI or is it more complicated than that?


Or there is option to use usb c docking station. Than you can connect monitor and addition devices if needed.
riccirus11/10/2019 21:58

Thinking of getting a monitor like this to use and connect/dock my MacBook …Thinking of getting a monitor like this to use and connect/dock my MacBook Pro (USB C only), is there an easy way to do this with just one cable, such as a HDMI or is it more complicated than that?


Something like this will do the trick.

Anker Premium 5-in-1 USB-C Hub, 4K USB C to HDMI Adapter, SD/TF Card Reader, with 2 USB 3.0 Ports, for MacBook Pro 2019/2018/2017, Chromebook, XPS, and More amazon.co.uk/dp/…DA6
Xch573312/10/2019 07:35

Am I read it wrong where it says 240hz??


You am.
Amazingly cheap for 27" IPS screen....these (or the previous models) were nearer the £200 price point in 2014 when I got one. Super hot!
Xch573312/10/2019 07:50

Ahhh thank you. It almost caught me out and I was about to buy 2 for the …Ahhh thank you. It almost caught me out and I was about to buy 2 for the price thinking it’s 240 haha! Sneaky advertising.


Deceiving***
24 inches is the maximum screen size I'd recommend for 1080p ,anything bigger and the ppi is too low .
I have not bought a monitor in a while, mainly worked on laptops but now have a office setup with a deaktop and a proper desk I can work on. I want to get two monitors mounted, however from initial browsing I ve notice many larger (27"+) monitor don't have vesa options, is this a new trend? As I am sure this was present on everything about 10 years ago.
Also what should you look for in a monitor if you are mainly writing/looking at static images.
I might occasionally game, but it's very low on the priority.
Edited by: "starman0147" 12th Oct
starman014712/10/2019 14:46

I have not bought a monitor in a while, mainly worked on laptops but now …I have not bought a monitor in a while, mainly worked on laptops but now have a office setup with a deaktop and a proper desk I can work on. I want to get two monitors mounted, however from initial browsing I ve notice many larger (27"+) monitor don't have vesa options, is this a new trend? As I am sure this was present on everything about 10 years ago. Also what should you look for in a monitor if you are mainly writing/looking at static images.I might occasionally game, but it's very low on the priority.


Just get one large wide screen and snap your windows. Half n half.
Any good for a xbox one x ?
I nearly fell for the Hz sheeeeeesh!
TotallyReem12/10/2019 15:25

Any good for a xbox one x ?


It's only 1080p so you won't get to enjoy higher resolutions or HDR. There aren't any speakers either. So you'd need to add that to the overall cost. But it will work.
Edited by: "ra786" 12th Oct
This is actually pretty decent for the price. It's not top of the line but then it's sub £100. Heat.
TotallyReem12/10/2019 15:25

Any good for a xbox one x ?


You'll definitly want a 4K monitor for that.

I reccomend the LG 27UL600 for £250 from Novatech.
spannerzone12/10/2019 11:47

Amazingly cheap for 27" IPS screen....these (or the previous models) were …Amazingly cheap for 27" IPS screen....these (or the previous models) were nearer the £200 price point in 2014 when I got one. Super hot!


But its 2019, and this is the standard price.

Why are people voting this hot? It's NOT a deal, its just the standard price?
starman014712/10/2019 14:46

I have not bought a monitor in a while, mainly worked on laptops but now …I have not bought a monitor in a while, mainly worked on laptops but now have a office setup with a deaktop and a proper desk I can work on. I want to get two monitors mounted, however from initial browsing I ve notice many larger (27"+) monitor don't have vesa options, is this a new trend? As I am sure this was present on everything about 10 years ago. Also what should you look for in a monitor if you are mainly writing/looking at static images.I might occasionally game, but it's very low on the priority.



Avoid this junk, and get a proper 16:10 with height adjustable stand. This is for the mass market and is poor colour accuracy.
manbearpig12/10/2019 18:23

But its 2019, and this is the standard price.Why are people voting this …But its 2019, and this is the standard price.Why are people voting this hot? It's NOT a deal, its just the standard price?


The standard price appears to be £122 so this is a deal, assuming it has previously been selling for £122.

The next closest is ebuyer at the same price plus postage.

For what some people spend out having a meal, this will be fine for many users and will likely give them 5 or more years of use. If you need better quality pay more but this really will be more than adequate for many users.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 12th Oct
Seriously! No speakers?
Guys I've been looking for a cheap 27 inch purely for spreadsheets and work. This seems like a good call to me, I never game on a monitor. This has to hit the spot surely
terriq12/10/2019 20:06

Guys I've been looking for a cheap 27 inch purely for spreadsheets and …Guys I've been looking for a cheap 27 inch purely for spreadsheets and work. This seems like a good call to me, I never game on a monitor. This has to hit the spot surely


Lenovo L27M-28 27-Inch hit the spot at 79.99 on HUKD 3 weeks ago.
iz12345678912/10/2019 20:02

Seriously! No speakers?


Built in speakers on monitors are almost invariably absolute crap. If this had speakers at this price point your ears would bleed.

terriq12/10/2019 20:06

Guys I've been looking for a cheap 27 inch purely for spreadsheets and …Guys I've been looking for a cheap 27 inch purely for spreadsheets and work. This seems like a good call to me, I never game on a monitor. This has to hit the spot surely


Does 1080p give you enough room? I'd be looking for 1440p at 27". My main monitor is a 1440p 34" ultra wide, which works out the same in terms of screen height as a regular widescreen 27" at 1440p, and that's pretty much the sweet spot for me.
vegalz0r12/10/2019 20:50

Lenovo L27M-28 27-Inch hit the spot at 79.99 on HUKD 3 weeks ago.


Missed it
nice price for the size but pretty crappy input options - 1 vga port (why ?) and 1 hdmi. dunno why it couldn't have a dvi, more hdmi's or even a displayport (i have a firestick and ps4 also on my pc monitor). some pretty poor reviews on amazon too, though they are hardly experts.
Is this monitor mountable? And if so, what's the ideal size if I want to fit 2 monitors neatly to the side of a 55" screen?
format12/10/2019 21:12

nice price for the size but pretty crappy input options - 1 vga port (why …nice price for the size but pretty crappy input options - 1 vga port (why ?) and 1 hdmi. dunno why it couldn't have a dvi, more hdmi's or even a displayport (i have a firestick and ps4 also on my pc monitor). some pretty poor reviews on amazon too, though they are hardly experts.


HDMI for your PC. And VGA for your Dreamcast.
MikeyHenry13/10/2019 06:21

Is this monitor mountable? And if so, what's the ideal size if I want to …Is this monitor mountable? And if so, what's the ideal size if I want to fit 2 monitors neatly to the side of a 55" screen?


38663391-qyMXH.jpgVesa one is £119.99 from website
What do people think of this for something like music production? Or would I be better off with 1440p? I don’t mind a cheap one, just a bigger screen.
daveroy12/10/2019 20:50

Built in speakers on monitors are almost invariably absolute crap. If this …Built in speakers on monitors are almost invariably absolute crap. If this had speakers at this price point your ears would bleed.Does 1080p give you enough room? I'd be looking for 1440p at 27". My main monitor is a 1440p 34" ultra wide, which works out the same in terms of screen height as a regular widescreen 27" at 1440p, and that's pretty much the sweet spot for me.


I wouldn't buy FHD 27" screen - I got one at work and I struggle with it. For 27" you are right - 1440p is a much better option.
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