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4K monitors enable movie fans to watch every gesture and every explosion in stunning clarity. They make TV shows more absorbing, nature documentaries more magical and allow gamers to lose themselves in incredibly realistic virtual worlds. Find the ideal display by shopping for the latest models at the HotUKDeals 4K Monitor listings. Read more
Electriq 4K 27 144hz USB-C IPS Monitor, 4k 144hz £449.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Haven't seen this before, must be quite new but those specs/features at that price is very good. Guessing it's the same panel as the Acer UM.HX3AA.P02 or similar to. Other 4K 1… Read more

I always think the likes of this monitor would be for those who want 4K for general desktop/productivity work then drop it down to 1440p at 144hz and game - that’s what I’d do anyway.


The order in which high performance graphics cards and monitors release is backward. It should be powerful enough GPUs out first to meet the specs of the monitor but no, they release these high-spec monitors first which no GPU on the market can take full advantage of and by the time you do have one that can the monitor is out of date or faulty like my Asus 144Hz 27" G-Sync monitor. Even then the new GPUs are pretty much impossible to get for any standard consumer who doesn't mess around with bot scripts and screwery teenagers are obsessed with today. Don't buy monitors that over perform your GPU, you might think you're making a lasting investment but you're really not IMO.


I just bought a 4K USB-C 27" monitor yesterday. Hoping that this one is secretly terrible just for my sanity's sake. XD


My 3080 and Ryzen 7 3700X can run Warzone and Apex Legends at 4K on mostly maxed settings (RTX off) at around 140FPS, just difficult getting a 3080 but 4K 144fps is definitely possible nowadays.


No I looked at the manual and the display port is a much newer revision 1.4 which has 30+ Gbps The manual also said the USB c was type CX which only has 10Gbps as far as I'm aware! Actually scrap that, the manual is awful and actually it might just mean x1 usb port c! Either way, you don't wanna be gaming over that tiny connection when you have a decent DP 1.4 imho

LG 32UN500 - 4K 60Hz, FreeSync, HDR10 - Very Good @ Amazon FR - £281.45 - UK Mainland
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£257 pre brexit :( Moniteur VA 32’’ 16/9ème Ultra HD 4K • Moniteur LED VA format 16/9ème • Résolution UHD 4K : 3840 x 2160 @60Hz • Gamut Couleurs : DCI-P3 90% • Luminosité : 350cd/… Read more
LG 32UN88A 32-inch 4K IPS Monitor with USB-C - £549.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 23rd MarPosted 23rd Mar
I bought this last week - this is a great 4K IPS 32" monitor from LG. The ergo arm is amazing, the monitor can be moved into almost any position including portrait, and has a USB-… Read more

Here you go: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/50681295ea


Does anybody know what the difference between this and the LG 32UL750? The only difference I can spot is this is an IPS and the 32UL750 is a VA. I'm on the hunt for a 4k 32", ideally with USB-C / Thunderbolt power delivery, but I'm not sure which one would be better for me. I will primarily be using this for work, programming and the odd light game.. nothing too heavy.


Thank you!


It's 8bit + FRC by what I can find online


I'm in the market for a decent 32 4K monitor for work. This ticks a lot of boxes. Sadly I always want more than I can get for the price. In the end I always give up and have 1 monitor for work and 1 for play. Anyone know if this is true 10 bit or 8 bit plus etc? Doesn't say on LG website. For gaming/play I'll be sticking with my CX55 with a classy ASUS 3090 Strix OC. I'm stupid paying that much but it's superb.

Philips 288E2A 28" 4K UHD Monitor - £259.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Posted 11th MarPosted 11th Mar
Philips 288E2A 28" 4K UHD Monitor - £259.97 @ Laptops Direct£259.97 Free P&P FreeLaptops Direct Deals
Product Information • Cable management is an intimate design that maintains a tidy workspace by organising the cables and wires required for the operation of a display device. • T… Read more

Same price on Amazon. Still a good price. Seriously no height or tilt adjustment? Not a deal breaker I suppose. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-288E2A-FreeSync-Speakers-FlickerFree/dp/B08DRSHH8T


Bought this from Amazon recently for the same price. Not sure if it has gone up now. Great monitor. More features than the closest alternative, which would likely be the Lenovo L28u-30. The Philips has two HDMI ports but the Lenovo has one, and with this monitor it offers split view mode so you can hook up two inputs and view them side by side. It has speakers too, but let that not be a huge selling point - nearly all built-in speakers within monitors are terrible, and this Philips is no exception. Lovely sturdy stand, no wobbles when typing. No screwdriver required to connect it to the panel itself, it's a clever clasp mechanism to connect. Picture quality, to me, is excellent. There are many different colour modes to choose from. No light bleed can be found when viewing darker content, and no dead pixels have been noticed. The on/off/settings toggle switch is on the back of the monitor though, which is a little inconvenient. I would have liked buttons on the front or directly on the bottom of the panel.


Hot. IPS too, which you may want to put in the title


https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/05a3135752 I have the Philips and no complaints (bought in Dec for same price from Amazon). Note the display port differs 1.4 on Philips vs 1.2 on Samsung. Differ Vesa mounting if that matters to yourself, along with differ tilt angles (better on the Philips) Warranty is also 24 months not as listed above.

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Lenovo L28u-30 28 Inch 4K Monitor (IPS Panel, 60 Hz, 4 ms, HMDI, DP) £249.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th FebPosted 28th Feb
Lenovo L28u-30 28 Inch 4K Monitor (IPS Panel, 60 Hz, 4 ms, HMDI, DP) £249.99 @ Amazon£249.99£299.9917% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
ODetails Screen size28 Inches Resolution4K DCI 2160p Display technologyLED BrandLenovo SeriesLenovo L28u-30 Hardware interfaceDisplayPort, HDMI Refresh rate60Hz

Price back up again and not in stock until 20th.


Thanks!!! Yeah I'll look into those aspect b4 making my final decision.


A quick googling gave me this. I assume that you laptop is FullHD, that would give a screen pixel density of 141 dpi. The bigger the density, the smaller is everything (without scaling). How do you find everything on your laptop now? Just right? Then you need to look for monitors of similar DPI. Too big and grainy? Then look for monitors with higher DPI. To small and difficult to read? The lower DPI is what would work for you. Also, adjust the above depending on how far from the monitor you are going to be. Usually, people sit pretty close to their laptop screen. If the monitor is going to be further away, you may want to look for a bit lower dpi, and the other way around. Also, if the monitor is purely for work, then look for IPS screen, and ignore refresh rates, latencies and such features as freesync - these are for gaming. The lowest refresh rate these days is 60Hz, that should be more than enough for work.


What type of monitor would you think is best for uni work? Pharmacy student, so need it for having a few windows open like chrome, word and zoom. My 15.6" laptop is not really good for the 4 windows open or 3. Have my eye on this or the 4k Samsung. I was thinking of 24" 1440 but idk if the windows will feel really small or a 27" which I'm not sure is too big up close (embarrassed) . Have read that 1440p would look grainy for words at that size. Would really appreciate your opinion


I don't think this is really a gaming monitor. Gaming monitors prioritize higher refresh rates over resolution and monitor matrix quality. I would say this monitor is more for office work, something to do with design.

Samsung U28E590D 28-Inch 4K LED Monitor (3840 x 2160, UHD, 1 ms) - £169.15 delivered with code @ Samsung
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Posted 24th FebPosted 24th Feb
Samsung U28E590D 28-Inch 4K LED Monitor (3840 x 2160, UHD, 1 ms) - £169.15 delivered with code @ Samsung£169.15 Free P&P FreeSamsung Deals
Nice looking Samsung 4K monitor. :) Use voucher code H5DNKK7ZT0 at checkout which should reduce the price from £199 to £169.15. Free delivery. TopCashback 4.25% The warranty … Read more

I had this one. I send it back. Poor image quality. Instead, I purchased a newer model, but still not good quality. Stand/leg is In a fix position. You can just till it. And it's very wobbly, low quality overall.


Absolutely not, the complete perfect opposite!.


If you care about colour accuracy, no.


Is this good for photo & video editing?


At £169.15 for a 4k monitor it's a good buy imo. If you just want it to look good out of the box, and aren't prepared to put any effort in to improve it. then this monitor is not for you. I've had it a month and initially wasn't impressed with it.It has taken a lot of adjusting to get it looking better. If you really don't like it then you have 28 days in which to return, and it will be collected.