Samsung S25HG50 25-Inch 50HG 16:9 1920 x 1080 Monitor - Black £185.94 Sold & Fulfilled by Amazon
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Samsung S25HG50 25-Inch 50HG 16:9 1920 x 1080 Monitor - Black £185.94 Sold & Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 29th Dec 2017
Cheapest I've seen the 25" version.

  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • 1ms Response Time
  • 400cd/m2 Brightness
  • HDMI x2 & DP
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bbfb1233 m ago

25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor …25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor if your looking for a big monitor.


Lol, 25" and 1080p is fine, I'd agree 27" would be pushing it, but its like your nan once told you 1080p at 25" was bad and now you think yep gotta say it now too.
I have a 27 inch 1080p monitor so I feel I can give a helpful opinion. Before buying I saw endless comments about how bad it would look, though most of these were talking about up-close use. I purchased anyway (Acer Z271t) and I use it to switch from my laptop's display for relaxed couch PC gaming and from a few feet away it's gorgeous. Up close at desk level yes, individual pixels can be visible, but I don't use it for front on desk use - it's set up to the right side of my laptop. When I use it dual-setup however it's far enough away to my right that I can't see the individual pixels anyway, so seating position is something to consider. At most distances it will look perfectly fine, but if you sit very very close to your monitor then you may be bothered.

Of course another factor is experience with technology and screen resolution - those coming from another 1080p setup will be very happy, but anyone used to 4K for example may notice the difference. My friend who purchased the same as me had never had a 1080p monitor, sits close to it and is blown away. So that's another factor to consider.

With this being 1080p at 25 inches I'm sure it would look absolutely fine. I can tell that 27 is probably the maximum but 25 should look great. Just my 2 cents to help anyone that's put off by a lot of comments from those who are used to 1440p or 4K sets (and lucky enough to afford them).
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25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor if your looking for a big monitor.
bbfb1233 m ago

25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor …25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor if your looking for a big monitor.



Looking for 144hz, that's the selling point of a gaming monitor to me.
Any reviews for this?
bbfb1233 m ago

25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor …25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor if your looking for a big monitor.


Lol, 25" and 1080p is fine, I'd agree 27" would be pushing it, but its like your nan once told you 1080p at 25" was bad and now you think yep gotta say it now too.
sdaniaal1 m ago

Looking for 144hz, that's the selling point of a gaming monitor to me.Any …Looking for 144hz, that's the selling point of a gaming monitor to me.Any reviews for this?


If you want 144hz and no sync technology (gsync/freesync) I'd say just get a BenQ
ritchiedrama11 m ago

Lol, 25" and 1080p is fine, I'd agree 27" would be pushing it, but its …Lol, 25" and 1080p is fine, I'd agree 27" would be pushing it, but its like your nan once told you 1080p at 25" was bad and now you think yep gotta say it now too.


Even at 27” 1080p is fine.
bbfb12327 m ago

25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor …25" 1080p monitor won't look great. Be better off buying a 1440p monitor if your looking for a big monitor.


i agree 1140p on a big monitor, this isn't a big monitor so 1080p is great. Hot
grizzl3326 m ago

Even at 27” 1080p is fine.


Depends what you mean by fine, it's pushing it - but its very usable yes.
I have a 27 inch 1080p monitor so I feel I can give a helpful opinion. Before buying I saw endless comments about how bad it would look, though most of these were talking about up-close use. I purchased anyway (Acer Z271t) and I use it to switch from my laptop's display for relaxed couch PC gaming and from a few feet away it's gorgeous. Up close at desk level yes, individual pixels can be visible, but I don't use it for front on desk use - it's set up to the right side of my laptop. When I use it dual-setup however it's far enough away to my right that I can't see the individual pixels anyway, so seating position is something to consider. At most distances it will look perfectly fine, but if you sit very very close to your monitor then you may be bothered.

Of course another factor is experience with technology and screen resolution - those coming from another 1080p setup will be very happy, but anyone used to 4K for example may notice the difference. My friend who purchased the same as me had never had a 1080p monitor, sits close to it and is blown away. So that's another factor to consider.

With this being 1080p at 25 inches I'm sure it would look absolutely fine. I can tell that 27 is probably the maximum but 25 should look great. Just my 2 cents to help anyone that's put off by a lot of comments from those who are used to 1440p or 4K sets (and lucky enough to afford them).
I can't find a proper review of this monitor anywhere, just a youtube review. I need stats and graphs. I'll give a cookie to anyone who finds one.
I first saw a similar 24” QLED monitor in Currys for £264 of course out of stock which is typical, then saw this advert on HUKD’s.

In my opinion 4K monitors are starting to flood the market place and will drop in price fast over the next 12 months.

Again only my opinion so I bought BenQ 24” monitor which is fine for general gaming. It would be nice to move into 4K gaming but not many games or PC specs allow for such power hungry gaming.

without moving into i7 top end spec i’m Probably wasting my time......maybe next year
heard these have backlight bleed overwise nice price
Give us 4k 144hz monitor!!1080 res is 10 years old
good monitor with fantastic colours and excellent blacks, I think it uses VA panel. No issues with 1080p 25" monitor, 27 inches at 1080p is still decent, but i would say 21-24 for 1080p still looks crisp. I had a 23" 1080p before i upgraded to 27" 1440p, and didn't notice much difference to be honest, sharpness wise that is
Edited by: "mreriksen" 29th Dec 2017
ritchiedrama7 h, 30 m ago

If you want 144hz and no sync technology (gsync/freesync) I'd say just get …If you want 144hz and no sync technology (gsync/freesync) I'd say just get a BenQ


T.T there aren't any 144hz BenQ monitors that are cheap enough...
Silas1235 h, 31 m ago

heard these have backlight bleed overwise nice price


more info please~
has this got freensinc?
Now £204.97
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