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Dell 28" Ultra HD 4K Monitor: S2817Q £279.98 @ Dell (Discount at basket)
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Was actually checking some codes (with no luck) and when I tried adding this into the basket, saw that it dropped. Best price for a while. It's a TN panel with a 2ms response time… Read more
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What? It's only good if your FPS is low.. I have a GTX 980 and almost have never seen screen tearing. There is literally no other benefit for gsync/freesync. You described what a monitor is (although TV's tend to use a special panel type I forgot the name of or IPS for LG tvs), raw screen capture - why would you want image/video processing for your computer?




Any particular calibrator? I got this monitor today for work (I'm a designer) and I know it's a TN panel and not an Apple Display but want it colours and brightness to be better.


Good price. I bought the very same one back in November (Black Friday) for £259.99. I'm very happy with it.


TN panels suck. Pay a little more for an IPS or even a VA.

Acer RT280K 28-inch UHD 4K Monitor - £199.98 - Amazon
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
This was in the ebuyer daily deal yesterday but Amazon are still price matching on it so it's a great oppurtunity for anyone who missed out on the deal to grab one! 3840 x 2160 … Read more

@pavel.pavel unfortunally it's now out of stock


Whare i can found it ?


@pavel.pavel it's still available, I've changed the link


Out of stock (((


Beat me to it. Got my Camelx3 alert this morning. Amazing price for the spec. Misleading that the Amazon listing states 200hz (oc) in the title though!

GoPro HERO6 Black 4K Ultra HD Camera £274 - sold by eglobalcentral @ eBay Uk
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
£11 cheaper that from eglobalcentral UK website. (posted earlier) with added eBay and Paypal protection if something goes wrong. free shipped from France (apparently!), will take… Read more

I just printed the page from the Tony deals website that showed their price, that it was in stock and it was the same day as me going into Halfords. It was hit and miss as to whether they’d say yes as Toby deals isn’t really a U.K. retailer but it does have a .co.uk website address


even cheaper now https://www.tobydeals.co.uk/en_GB/product/gopro-hero6-black-4k-ultra-hd-camera-not-for-au-market-1.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxeTbg6GS2gIVjrztCh1kjQtnEAQYASABEgITVvD_BwE&awc=6249_1523988457_ceaf97eb900e340fd839fe81d83708a7&utm_source=affiliate-window&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=Affiliate_Window_Sale


The Toby deals link you gave them? They refused that for me. If not could u tell me what site you used please. The op link just takes me to a search on eBay but nothing at those prices. Thanks


I did an online chat. had to buy it in store though, they just gave me a reference


would it be possible tp show me the printout or an exampl so i can do it? or showing the site on mobile better option?

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LG 27UD68P - 4K Monitor £329.99 Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
best ever price on Amazon. seems like a decent monitor

Really nice. I have had a bit of a hassle getting my devices to play nice with it. My 7-year-old graphics card can seemingly only output to 1440p over DisplayPort and my brand new laptop is restricted to 30hz on 4K. But the monitor itself is very good. Unbelievable amount of screen real estate with 4K, and I don't find the 27" size too small. Windows scaling works fine for me at 150-175%. Colours seem very good, viewing angles fantastic (IPS afterall). No visible light bleed or dead pixels on my unit. And the stand is excellent. You can tilt, swivel a full 180 degrees to portrait and it has a really good height adjustment which makes a massive difference for ergonomics. It looks the part too, really stylish but understated. Can't comment on gaming, my old HD6950 will probably implode if I try to run something, even at the reduced 1440p!


How's the monitor?


£396.99 now


Glad I bit the bullet so quickly. I was going to post on here after I nabbed it but the OP beat me to it. Now I just have to explain to the missus why I've just spent £200+ without telling her!


Oh, so it was you.

Acer BM320 100% of aRGB Professional IPS 4K 32" monitor - £739.98 @ Scan
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Acer BM320 32" 4K Professional ZeroFrame Monitor32" Acer Professional ProDesigner BM320 UHD Monitor, IPS, 3840x2160, 6ms, 60Hz, 100M:1, 350cd/m², Adjustable,DP/HDMI/DVI This is fo… Read more

Monitor was well reviewed at ~ 850 in semptember. Why is this cold?


Ah thanks man. I think i'll wait for a 144Hz one then. I doubt my 1080Ti will be able to drive it but since my monitors last a lot longer than my graphics cards Its worth me waiting for a good one. Cheers.


He didn't understand the question. The answer is no. 144hz 4k monitors will be released after H2 of 2018.


Indeed. Perhaps the OP might have a better response. This really is a good deal if you’re in the market, but not really what does well here. The Dell is very good, but a refurb at that price.


Absolutely baltic

Acer H277HK 27" IPS LED ZeroFrame 4K Monitor £299.98 -  Ebuyer
Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
Wider Viewing Angle IPS technology* with wide 178°ree;/178°ree; viewing angle lets you decide from which perspective you want to enjoy the brilliantly clear-cut images of… Read more

Any views on BenQ GW series GW2765HE @£200 : https://www.ballicom.co.uk/ben-q-9h-lfmla-tbu-benq-gw-series-gw2765he.p1400030.html?ref=PLA&gclid=CjwKCAiAtdDTBRArEiwAPT4y-7br6-nCxs3g2vD1M1zNZ9aVh-kfLvQEBf6EyA9QxLZceTPXzVuuRBoCb7QQAvD_BwE ? IPS 2k 27" with VESA mount. Only other thing I want is a USB3 hub but can live without that. Edit: ordered but worried I should have stumped up extra for Dell U2715H @ £360 https://www.ebuyer.com/697916-dell-u2715h-27-qhd-hdmi-monitor-210-adsn or waited for Acer H277HK @£300 again!


This would be perfect if wall mountable


I'm still holding out for a 32 inch 4k IPS 10 bit monitor at "reasonable" cost. Still waiting though, most matching this spec are 800+ and some over 1k.


Already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-h277hk-27-ips-led-zeroframe-4k-monitor-29998-ebuyer-2881512


Yes, as someone that started building desktops in the days of the 386, I understand all of this - I don't need to test 30 vs 60 fps. You've missed my point slightly, in that I'm not saying that 60fps isn't a much more satisfying experience than 30fps, but it wasn't that long ago that running Metro or Crysis at 1900x1200 at max settings above 30fps was a big deal. 60fps was dreamland, unless you make compromises to image quality, as you suggested. That's still the case now, though. A 1050ti could hit 60+FPS in any game available if you drop the settings far enough. Hell, we have a 'Roblox' machine with a HD7850 that could do that, even today.

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Acer H277HK 27" IPS LED ZeroFrame 4K Monitor £299.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Looks pretty decent to me - 27" IPS Display - 3840 x 2160 Resolution - ZeroFrame Design - DVI, HDMI & DisplayPort - Wide Viewing Angle
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This v the lg? Also whats its gaming performance like? Response times? ...i cant seem to find any reviews.


It is.


I ordered it and have played around with it a little bit. So far I like it. No dead pixels, and 4K and HD movies look good. Windows 10 defaults to 150% scaling which is perfect for me - it more or less matches the 27" WQHD monitor I've moved from. Speakers are ok for what they are. In terms of what others say about the size, it's nice. It's actually usable at native resolution, but only just. It's much better with the 150% scaling. Overall so far I'm pleased with this purchase. Minor niggle would be a desktop OSD application for it, but otherwise it looks great


Anyone can comment on the display quality vs the LG 27UD59p which seems the most obvious alternative at 289.99 at the moment


Can anyone please confirm if It's 100% sRGB ?

LG 27UD59P 27" IPS Freesync 4k Monitor £289.97 @ LaptopsDirect
Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Could be a good budget IPS 4k option. Serious gamers and designers might want to look away. Free 10-day delivery, or upgrade to 3-4 day or Next day at £4.95/£9.95. Color Gamut (… Read more

And to you I say placebo. It's not physically possible. The human eye cant see anything smaller than a 1080p pixel at that distance. You can probably tell close up then 'think' you can still tell from further away. Try googling TV size Vs distance. There's a lot more information on the internet than I can go into here.


This is decent. Makes the 1080p deals look so so bad.


I got this monitor and returned it since it got a bad case of clouding and slight yellow-ish tint. anyone else got this problem? i tried 2 4K ips monitor but they both has clouding


Anyone recommend a cheap 4K monitor with USB-C to use with a MacBook Pro?


Ordered mine on Friday, chose the next day delivery and it arrived first thing this morning. Absolutely perfect! It is the 27UD59P model as per the description with the tilt/swivel stand. As another post mentioned it has built in speakers (not the best quality but they work) and it also came with a displayport and HDMI cable. Very happy! Thanks for a nice find!

Dell 28 Ultra HD 4K Monitor: S2817Q, £299 from Dell
Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Native Resolution 4K UHD (2160p) 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz See over 8 million pixels of detail with ultra HD 4K clarity Enjoy blur-free moving images and game with minimum input la… Read more

I'm also looking for a monitor that supports hdr10. Only ones I know of are: Dell u2718q (not full hdr) Dell up2718q (1000nits) LG 32ud99 (hdr 10 but 550nits) Ridiculous prices really... I'm considering LG 32ud59-b or LG 27ud69p. Not sure which one to go for....


sold as 4k but only has 3.8k shame on Dell


It wasn't a false deal when it was posted, Donald.


This is false deal! Showing up as £400


Excellent! Now where did I put that time machine :D

Dell 28" Ultra HD 4K Monitor S2817Q: TN panel @ 60Hz​ £259.99 @ Dell
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Dell 28 Ultra HD 4K Monitor: S2817Q TN panel 4K@60Hz, 3840 x 2160 Best deal for a 4K I've seen today. Found it by accident while checking the Dell's website for Black Friday deals… Read more
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It’s probably worth googling if you’re truly interested, but a monitor can have a TN, IPS, MVA or other type of panel. Each has their pros and cons - TN are typically faster response times, but less accurate colours and poorer viewing angles. However, they’re also cheaper


Noob question. What's a TN panel? Is it not the actual 4k monitor?


I don't know, but was looking at the Samsung myself, need a monitor as mine gave up the ghost. Saw that it went up on Amazon on Black Friday (by £7)! So ordered it from Amazon.de for about £240 delivered.


I have this and it’s rubbish, do not recommend even at this price


TN panel, no thanks.

Found 18th Nov 2017Found 18th Nov 2017
Amazon Spain USING non fee eg Halifax clarity no fee credit card 651.36 euro delivered PRESENTLY NOT IN STOCK but can be ordered & delivered when its back in stock. £582 is bas… Read more

I'm currently sat in front of my 38" PC monitor, it's not really that big


TVs tend to have a lot of processing circuitry so you commonly see response times of 60ms, with one 60hz frame being 16ms, that means when you press the jump button your character won't jump for at least 4 frames. That's not even delay of the panel. Monitors on the other hand do not do a lot of processing. I don't have numbers for you but under 5ms is reasonable for a monitor.


It's a monitor so why even bother mentioning consoles! You really should see an optician. 60Hz is the standard and perfectly fine for monitors unless you are shooting goblins or whatever other critical task you are doing that requires a higher rate.


Imagine been sat in front of a 43" screen on a PC (shock)


I bought this monitor when it came out via Overclockers. It's a great monitor but I found it too big to work on - I used it for music production. I suppose it would be good for gaming, but for surfing and Word processing it's hugmongeus.

LG 27UD69P-W 27" 4k IPS /w FreeSync, VESA stand £398.99 delivered @ Novatech
Found 17th Oct 2017Found 17th Oct 2017
Just ordered myself one of these. I'm not a gamer, just need the screen real estate and viewing angles so works for me. Its typically north of £430, and recent low was around £410… Read more

I cancelled my 27UD69P before it was shipped due to other demands on my finances, then ended up with the 27UD59P deal after finances got better :-)


Back down to 399.99...27ud59p better deal for sure. Did you keep your monitor @phnarr and any big difference in quality if so other than peak brightness? I was tempted by this but I can't justify £100 for reduced bezel and brightness I won't use..


Up to £406.99 now


250 vs 300 nits brightness 1000:1 vs 1300:1 contrast ratio I'd very much doubt they are the same panel. Edge styling is a bit different too but I guess that's personal taste.


Thats funny because that is the same screen in an older style frame.

Samsung U28E590D 28 inch 4K monitor (TN panel, 60hz, Freesync) £299.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th Sep 2017Found 12th Sep 2017
I have a price alert set up for this monitor on CamelCamelCamel. Apparently this is the lowest it's ever been. Pros: Cheap Sweet spot size for 4K (my opinion) Freesync Cons: Lac… Read more

I bought one of these second hand last year, and have found it a good quality, solid and reliable 4k monitor. The image quality is excellent, it looks good, and I've never had an issue with gaming (using a 1070 card). It's so good, I'm picking up a second used one today. Yes, the stand isn't adjustable other than a small mount of tip, but I use a monitor arm anyway as the monitor has a 75mm vesa on the back. It's worth noting that the vesa is quite high up on the rear, so the arm needs to be fairly tall to raise the screen far off the desk. In summary, I'd say that this would be a reasonable buy at £300, and if you can get it for any less (maybe a Warehouse deal?), then you won't regret it!


If you're looking at LG IPSes I'd stump the extra and get the LG 27UD69P, which has the pivot/height adjustable (including portrait) stand and a higher static contrast ratio


HUKD is crap at spotting them! Did a search as well and the link didn't say it was a duplicate.


Duplicate. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-u28e590d-28-inch-4k-monitor-299-amazon-2783937


I think he was asking what the reason for going for them was, rather than the details on how they worked. Variable refresh rate makes the picture smoother. It's effectively a performance boost with no necessity for a more expensive graphics card or any other downsides (other than nVidia's refusal to support the DisplayPort version of course). Provided it's fullscreen and provided the media player supports it then it can work for films too.

Samsung U28E590D 28-Inch 4K Monitor £299 @ Amazon
Found 7th Sep 2017Found 7th Sep 2017
Only 10 in stock! More on the way. This one is a bit cheaper than the other 4K Samsung I just posted. The Samsung UE590 UHD monitor offers PC viewing,gaming and more, all i… Read more
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Price:£289.00 !








I'm seeing ​£299

Samsung U28E850R 28-Inch LED 4K monitor - £359.99 @ Amazon
Found 7th Sep 2017Found 7th Sep 2017
Had a price drop email from the camel at some arbitrary price point, might help somebody out! The Samsung UE850 UHD monitor offers stunning Ultra HD picture quality that is id… Read more
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Personally I think that this would be a better buy as it is a 27" 4k IPS screen rather than a TN screen: https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-27UD68P-Monitor-3840x2160-Height/dp/B01D7OZR2G/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1505213039&sr=1-1-catcorr&keywords=lg+27ud IPS will give better colours and viewing angles. However, a TN screen has faster pixel response. Another option is this Samsung 27" IPS QHD (2560 x 1440) with USB C input. I ordered one yesterday https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06XXPJXZ9/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


How about this?? Asus MX279H 27" IPS LED LCD £237 http://www.ebuyer.com/452442-asus-mx279h-27-ips-led-lcd-hdmi-monitor-mx279h 27 inch but has IPS. It won't match TN monitor response times but colours should be good. Gets good review on UK partpicker. Asus is a top gaming brand. http://www.144hzmonitors.com/reviews/asus-mx279h-review/ If you have £500 this 144HZ IPS monitor looks great. Asus - MG279Q 27.0" 2560x1440 144Hz Monitor https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00VH3HO6C/?tag=pcp0f-21 The Samsung had no reviews on UK Partpicker suggesting gamers are not using it much.


Maybe cause it's a TN panel. Wish they still sold the 24", it was IPS and was the perfect resolution for retina on Macs. And same price on Overclockers.


Why the cold votes?

Acer H277HK 27" IPS 4k FreeSync Monitor @ eBuyer £349.97 inc Delivery
Found 4th Aug 2017Found 4th Aug 2017
If you're looking for a 4k 27" IPS this might suit. Obviously if you're looking for something bigger/smaller, different resolution, and not IPS it might not! PriceSpy shows rea… Read more

There's no USB port on my monitor. It seems ebuyer showing wrong info/picture . I attached image please check that . Only 2k model came with USB hub.


@Bigspin How does the USB-C lark work? Can you run a macbook pro from it? Can you use it as a USB hub? Just don't seem to be able to find any information on the net about how this all works. Ideally I want to plug everything into it (keyboard, mouse, etc) then use either the display port on my current laptop or the in the future when I get a new macbook pro the usb c connector.


Good deal but beware - no VESA


Have the previous model of this monitor from BT store and can honestly say if you experience the quality of the display you will never go back to HD. Heat.


I have this. Paid £480 around 9 months ago. Excellent monitor. No light bleeding. It got IPS 8 bit panel with FRC. Not hight adjustable.

Asus PA328Q 4K 31.5" IPS Monitor £799.98 @ BT Shop
Found 18th Jul 2017Found 18th Jul 2017
Decent price for this, £1100-1200 (£977 Amazon) elsewhere. 2% Quidco.

It's not 8 bit. It's a true 10 bit IPS panel... it's calibrated too. VA is inferior to IPS imho.


It might have come down in price but it's not a good price for a UHD 8 bit 32" monitor. Take the Philips 328P6VJEB/00 which offers UHD 10 bit VA and calibrated, by the same seller at £580 why would you chose to pay £200 more for a lesser spec ?


No, because its not a run of the mill monitor.......


... the Amazon reviews don't inspire total confidence though, tbf.


The Benq is a true 10-bit IPS panel, I got the impression it uses the same AOO panel as the Asus. You could say that every manufacturer sends a pre calibrated sample to TH but from the results it sounds as good as the Asus... with the bonus of being a 2017 model and not from the BT shop.

Dell P2715Q 27-Inch Ultra HD 4K IPS Monitor £470.12 @ Amazon and BTshop
Found 23rd Jun 2017Found 23rd Jun 2017
Been a price drop on this monitor on Amazon and it looks like the BT shop have done the same too. Faster delivery with Amazon if you have Prime. There are cheaper 4k monitors out … Read more
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any other monitor recommendations/deals in the 450 to 650 price range, 27 - 34 inch wide?


But that's the user base these monitors are aimed at hence the price..


I couldn't imagine I'd enjoy sitting in front of a 40" monitor using a PC, but for sitting back watching movies or console gaming it would be amazing!


I'm a big fan of Dell monitors and I've been using the U3415W for 2 years, but unless I were desperate for a new monitor, I would hang on for the 2018 models that are already starting to appear.


They're most certainly not "all just panels" - some 4K TVs are "faux-K" RGBW displays, some won't display a full 4:4:4 chroma input signal without downsampling, some have non-defeatable image enhancements which are fine for TV use but horrible for a PC monitor. The right TV can work well as a monitor in the right circumstances, but it's not as simple as you're implying and you have to research the specs properly. Just buying any old 4K TV off the shelf in the belief that it's a cheap alternative to a purpose-designed PC monitor is likely to result in disappointment at best and eyestrain at worst.

Acer Predator 28" 4k monitor £399.98 @ Scan
Found 25th Apr 2017Found 25th Apr 2017
Seems cheap for entry level 4k monitor
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what the best 1440p 100hz freesyce mon


I know that but most people don't. It should still state for non-members that it £411.48 including delivery.


sign up to the hexus forms and make 20 posts (includes comments on hexus news articles) with the same account as you have on scan and you get free delivery with scan. http://forums.hexus.net/scan-care-hexus/353177-scan2hexus-free-delivery-information.html Thats the nvidia tax in full effect.


For an entry level 4k (28" 60Hz TN panel) it's pretty damn expensive. Acer RT280K, also 4k 28" 60Hz TN panel, from Scan £225 https://www.scan.co.uk/products/28-acer-rt280k-4k2k-freesync-monitor-3840x2160-1ms-300cd-m-100m1-dp-hdmi-dvi Ok, so the Predator has G-sync, but almost double the price is a ridiculous premium.


Maybe put a bit more in the description. It's 60Hz but supports gsync so this isn't entry level. Actual entry level 28" 4K TN 60Hz monitors come in 100 pounds cheaper. That'll be why you've got cold votes.

LG 24UD58 23.8" IPS 4K (UHD) Monitor £254.98 at ebuyer
Found 7th Apr 2017Found 7th Apr 2017
On today's "Daily Deals" at ebuyer. They describe it as a 4K gaming monitor, but I'm certainly no expert on gaming so don't know if that's valid or not. It does have: IPS Pane… Read more

eBuyers price is now £254.97


I would be speculating... Quite interested in it myself!


So why so cold?


Going by PriceSpy this is a new low https://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?pu=3978764#


Don't forget almost everything about monitors is personal preference & requirements so it's not as simple as 'the whole larger screen thing is rubbish'

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