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Shoppers looking for a new or replacement monitor can sometimes find the vast range of types, brands and sizes confusing. Perhaps they want a monitor that’s perfect for gaming or maybe they are searching for an affordable upgrade for a home office. But where do they start? This handy guide will answer some of the basic questions and make it easier for shoppers to navigate the monitor jungle. Additionally, HotUKDeals keeps shoppers informed of the best and latest monitor offers.
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electriQ 32" IPS FreeSync 144Hz Full HD Monitor £179.98 @ Laptops Direct
Found 3 h, 45 m agoFound 3 h, 45 m ago
Was looking for 144hz monitors and found this. Back in stock, check specifications in previous post:… Read more

i dont disput its well worth it, but at 42% more its not just a bit more expensive :)


It’s well worth it in the grand scheme. ElectriQ use some junk panels.


I have just taken this off of the very first hit from entering the name in Google. "What has staggered us a little is the complete lack of information about the brand on it’s website and, other than a simple contact form, seemingly no support at all. So we went and searched for parts for the models we could find and, zip, not a single item appears to be available, the models aren’t even known. Then we asked a few of the guys if they knew who did service or if they’d been asked and, again, a complete blank. With no support that we can find and a complete lack of information our advice is to avoid this brand completely. Beyond warranty expect this to be yet another one that ends up in the “we don’t do that” section of the repairers portfolio." To be fair, that quote was about all the "white goods" they were suddenly selling, but I came across the brands Monitors before the UK website was even up; the consensus from early US buyers was that quality control was awful; with multiple failures; and that the stuff was being made (badly) in Turkey. Caveat Emptor.


43% more isn't not much more :)


Far too low res for this size unless you’re sitting miles back rubbish quality control. Not much more gets you something decent: Higher res, still 144hz, decent manufacturer, Amazon aftersales support

Samsung LC32JG50QQUXEN 31.4-inch WQHD Monitor - Dark Silver - Curved 144hz - pre-order @ Amazon
Found 7 h, 33 m agoFound 7 h, 33 m ago
Amazing price for a 31.4" 144hz. Also exists in 27" for £219.99 Product DescriptionSamsung LC32JG50QQUXEN 32 Inch Curved WQHD 144Hz LED Gaming Monitor - 2560 x 1440, 2x HDM… Read more

I'm not sure what the lmao is all about. I was merely giving an example of a cheap 31.5"1440p monitor as an example this likely isn't a price mismatch.


"Additional variants are also listed (C27JG50 and C32JG50) which have a slightly different OSD and featureset. They lack the ‘Game Style UI’ OSD system and related features such as ‘Low Input Lag’ mode, monitor-side refresh rate selection (‘Refresh Rate Optimizor’) and gamer-centric settings like ‘Black Equalizer’ (enhances visibility in dark scenes at expense of accuracy) and some gaming presets."




He did not quote anyone, so no.


That refresh rate though. It makes it all feel better

LG 27 inch LED IPS Monitor: Full HD 1080p: 5ms Response (27MP38VQ) - £105.13 @ eBay / cclcomputers
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Be quick if it is your thing. I've been after a monitor for a while and this is as good as it has been for some time I think. £105.13 before 8pm using the PIGGYBANK code on ebay … Read more

I think you can use Argos Click & Collect, which is free.


Shame it doesn't post to Northern Ireland ;(

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Hanns-G HQ272PPB 27 inch LED IPS Monitor - 2560 x 1440, 5ms, Speakers, 2xHDMI, DP £157.44 @CCL/eBay
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Main Features 27 16:9 LED Backlight monitor 2560 x 1440 WQHD Resolution 178 / 178 Ultra-Wide Viewing Angle 5ms Fast Response Time 4 Digital Inputs: DP, Mini DP, HDMI x2 Built… Read more

Great offer, just what I was looking for at good price. Ordered. Thanks OP


Looking for a 27" 1440p ips but with freesync...nearly!


ordered @ £157.77 and dispatched thankyou only 3 left


My pros and cons: 1) Resolution and price make it great for office usage 2) You can use a tool to increase hz from 60 to 81 3) There are no issues with backlight bleed from the panel Cons 1) Speakers. They are worse than the sound you'd get from generic netbooks. 2) Dull colours. This could be to do with the matte panel, but it lacks a punch that you get with other panels sub £250 3) Brightness again is lower than others in that price bracket 4) Design is uninspiring, partly due to the bezels It's a good monitor but for my eyes it just wasn't right for tasks that you want a bit of vibrancy, like movies or games. I ended up going for the Acer H277HU which at the time was a similar price point.


Didn't cop that there was a voucher. My bad. Absolute bargain so.

AOC Q3279VWF 31.5 inch QHD LED Monitor - 2560 x 1440, 5ms, FreeSync, £169.99 @CCL/eBay
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Big screen size - Big screen sizes give you more room to play with applications, boosting your productivity. For resolutions equal to or higher than QHD, big screen sizes result in… Read more

Its £460 on scan man?!


Have to agree. You can run this at 1080p but it looks clunky - QHD is much more suited to this size.


Great thankyou


Cheaper at Scan


Got one of these in May for 190, and have been pretty pleased with it even at that price. The size is fine, as long as it's not too near. I sit about three feet away, using it for general work stuff, and movies.

LG 32GK850G-B 32" 2560X1440 VA G-SYNC 165HZ GAMING WIDESCREEN MONITOR - £599.99 @ Overclockers
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
LG 32GK850G-B 32"(31.5” Diagonal) 2560X1440 VA G-SYNC 165HZ. Flat panel not curved. Been looking for a new 32" g-sync monitor and it was either a VA panel or IPS, in the end decide… Read more

Unless there have been sudden advances in technology, I have always thought: Colour: IPS > VA > TN Viewing Angles: IPS > VA > TN Contrast: VA > IPS > TN Response time: TN > VA > IPS IPS glow is also a thing, and sucks on larger sized screens. My preference is VA due to how much I value contrast to make things pop.


Don't have an issue with VA panels but ideally anything above 27 inches when it comes to monitors should be 3840/4096 x 2160.


But is the faster response time (not refresh rate) not better for FP gaming?.


They are fastest and I use a 120hz 27" iiyama. What I mean is that it would be nice to have a higher response monitor with better colours.


Nice deal great refresh rate

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Acer V226HQLBbd 21.5'' Full HD LED Monitor £59.98 with Free delivery @ Ebuyer
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
A good price for anyone looking for a full HD model on a budget. It has DVI and VGA inputs, so if you have HDMI, you can just get a cheap converter for that and away you go. It's a… Read more

200 cd/m2 sounds a tad dim for a screen these days but for £60 you can't have everything.


Slightly over 7 years ago I bought 3 of the very similar Acer S221HQL for £80 each. All 3 are still going strong today. That said, 7 year old tech and only £20 cheaper? Hard to call that a bargain IMHO.

HP 24es (23.8 inch) Thin Full HD Technicolour PC Monitor £129.99 @ Argos
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Our thinnest LCD display yet; Stunning from edge-to-edge; True-to-life color. Our thinnest LCD display yet: pushing the limits of thin in an eye-catching design. With our innovat… Read more

That's what I thought when I posted the deal, great looking screen for a great price and cheaper than other stores.


These comments lol, I have this monitor and also have the previous version of it, it’s a great looking screen for the money and that’s the whole point here, it’s only £130 for a slick looking 1080p screen. i game on mine every night without all these above issues


In English please.


I've got news for you - you won't buy 4k at this price either! :D Plus a 4k monitor will need - if you're gaming - a monstrous graphics card to utilise it at anything approaching decent detail levels. People spending that kind of money on a video card are unlikely to be looking at £130 monitors. Finally, at 23.8" you're probably going to struggle to tell the difference between 1080p and 4k anyway.


They do, but it's a blanket mode that applies to everything on the screen so you don't get the benefit of it at all. I'd rather have a monitor designed for the best reproduction of the standard colour space from the start rather than enabling a secondary mode. HiDPI mode support is further along that wide colour gamut support but there are still programs that don't support it fully yet. Plus you don't have any choice at £130, the cheapest HiDPI screens (3840x2160, or 4K in television jargon) are twice the price of this.

Acer  ED246Y 23.8" FHD / 4ms / 75Hz / PLS Monitor £89.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Thought this was worth a share at under £90 for an almost 24" (23.8") PLS panel monitor. The refresh rate on this shows at at 75Hz, other places 60Hz, so the 75Hz is probably via c… Read more

I just got 2 units of ET241Y from AO.COM after calling them and getting the price match. Thanks.


You desktop or laptop computer will have some kind of audio out - you plug your speakers or your headphones into it.


How do you even use it if there's no audio out?


I ended up ordering two. Got bored of trying to work out the right thing to do. Hopefully I'll be happy. It will be slightly disappointing if the audio output isn't great though. The next nightmare is trying to find a mount which has arms the right length to fit my set-up, which is proving challenging.


Got one of these last week from Box. Very happy with it so far and currently have it sat on a monitor arm. Default colours are actually surprisingly good. It doesn't do 75hz at 1080p out of the box, you have to manually overclock it yourself but it does work fine. It does have audio out but no speakers, but as others have mentioned you really don't want speakers on a monitor anyway. The ones in your phone are better. Even the audio output is a bit rubbish as it's right next to the HDMI and not shielded, so you might end up with a buzzing depending on what you plug into it. For anyone that does want to VESA mount it and wondered how to get the stand out - a plastic strip that runs across the back pops off to reveal two screws, then it slides out. Not immediately obvious when you first look

electriQ 28" 4K Ultra HD HDR 1ms FreeSync Monitor £199.97 @ Laptops direct
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
I was looking for a gaming monitor a few weeks ago for my son. He plays PS4 pro so 60hz was not an issue. Best I could find at the time was a 27" LG 4k HDR IPS 5ms for £499.99 If… Read more
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Does anyone know the freesync range on this? I'll be using a Vega 64 with this if I do get it


its the response time, the lower the better, its advertised as 1ms when its actually 5ms, not a deal breaker though, thanks anyway


5ms(G2G) whatever that means


thanks for the info, lol still undecided though


I'll let you know in an a mo. I'm using it for PC (not gaming). It deffo has hdr - the option appears in the menu when the resolution is set to 4k. Makes the colours more vibrant when selected

Acer K242HLA 24" Full HD DVI HDMI Monitor £79.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
I know its not 144hz but is is 1ms response time and this could be a perfect monitor for using with Xbox/PS4! (excited) 1920 x 1080 Full HD DVI, HDMI & VGA 60Hz / 1ms Re… Read more
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Showing as £108.99 on website...


Wow that's my old monitor served me well for many years but upgraded last year to a 27" 1440p monitor. 24" and 1080p is nice and all but I would spend that litlte extra for a 27" if you have the space for it. The bigger screen is so much nicer especially when watching TV/movies.


Tempted to get this to replace my Samsung 2233bw (22", 1680 x 1050.) Use it for work, browsing and watching TV. Anyone think it's a worthwhile upgrade?


Great price for a good quality monitor with a good response time, even if it's not IPS. Heat


..and they would be right! Always worth checking tech specs on Optimal Resolution against Refresh Rate on the manufacturers page if in doubt! As ya say, FHD is deemed 1920 X 1080 to most!

LENOVO L24q-10 Quad HD 23.8" IPS LCD Monitor - Silver £159.99 @ Currys
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
This Lenovo Quad HD (2560 x 1440p) 24 inch monitor is back in stock and back down in price to sub £160, working out £20 cheaper than buying directly from Lenovo. Free delivery and… Read more

Monitors really need to start dropping in price


Anyone know if this is 10bit or 8bit + FRC? As it list's support for 1.07Bil colours, but doesn't say anything else in the specs.


That’s sleek but no sexy


Just been looking at this@ PC world but decided against as it looked cheap & very wobbly.


This guy says that the monitor resets to default settings each time he switches it off. Says that it "...feels really cr@ppy." Not impressed with the big spikey legs on this. If you need to raise the monitor height by placing it on books then you are going to have those legs take up a lot of your desk and/or have it a tad unstable on top of something. Shame.

AOC AG241QX 24-Inch Gaming Monitor,1440p, 1 ms, 144hz, Adaptive-Sync, TN panel at Amazon for £306.99
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Cheapest 1440p 144hz monitor currently on amazon Product Description This Full HD LED monitor with 50,000,000:1 high contrast ratio and HDMI interface is optimised for a fi… Read more

I have the 27" while it is an amazing screen it's my third one now where the pixels have died AOC customer service is shocking they said it's not there problem Amazon was happy to replace however


I have this and I'm happy with it. The only major flaw is the grainy anti-glare coating.


1440p at 24" just though i would say (horror)

Dell Alienware AW2518H 25" 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor £309 @
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Alienware AW2518H 24.5 Inch TN Gaming Monitor (Black Grey) (1 ms Response Time, Full HD 1920 x 1080 at 240 Hz, NVidia G-Sync, DP/HDMI, USB, Alienware FX Lighting). Lowest… Read more

Expired. Back to full price £449.


I thought he was lying, you saved me the time. Fanks.


I am getting a computer with 1070 graphics card, would the alienware be ok or am i better getting the 1440p 144hz G-sync monitor?


Cheapest 1440p 144hz G-sync monitor Link


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AOC AGON AG322QC4 31.5" QHD FreeSync 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor PRE-ORDER £400.81 @ BOX.CO.UK
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
31.5 Inch DisplayVA Panel QHD Resolution 2560x1440 FreeSync 4ms Response Time 144Hz Refresh Rate Curved VGA/HDMI/DisplayPort Connectivity SpeakersHeight AdjustableHeadphone Socket … Read more
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This Samsung with the same spec but 27" for £310 is a much better deal imo:


Price matched at Amazon (check other sellers listing). It was and has been around £399 for a while.

Philips 246V5LHAB 24" LED Full HD Monitor dropped £4.98 in price to £94.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Reminds me of the 21.5" Philips monitors I bought from a deal advertised on here for a similar price about 5 or so years ago. They are still working well. I think they were a ebay… Read more

This was the 21.5" deal from years ago: Still working to this day and used most days, for a few hours per day.

iiyama Prolite X2380HS-B1 23" Full HD IPS Monitor £99.99 Delivered +  5 Years Manufacturers Warranty @ Box (Discounted at basket)
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Decent Full HD Model with an IPS screen, It carries VGA, DVI and a HDMI inputs as well as speakers. A solid set of specs for the money if you're after an IPS panel at the moment. S… Read more

Good for gaming?


No worries at all :)


Thank you, I'd read through all the specs, didn't think to actually download the manual though...


Looks to be input - Here's the specs page from iiyama if that helps - Here


The depth seems thick compared to my AOC monitor.

Acer KA270H 27" IPS Full HD HDMI DVI Monitor - £119.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
60hz refresh rate and 4ms response time, ensure even the most fast-paced games run smoothly IPS display lets you enjoy consistent colours and brighter images from virtually any an… Read more
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We appreciate it XD


Down to the courier they use (most couriers charge extra for any of the british isles or Scottish highlands) I believe Parcelforce is about the only one who dont


These NI exclusions and extra costs on so many threads. I really feel sorry for them. :(


Potential 2% cashback on topcashback or 1.6% on quidco too.


Fair enough. I'm tempted to go for it anyways :)

ID115HR Smart Bracelet Fitness Tracker with Heart Rate Monitor + free deliver £6.08 @ zapals
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
This ID115HR Smart Bracelet features 0.86-inch OLED Screen, easy to read all the data, and you can check the date via different Dial layout as you like. With a built-in motion sens… Read more

This should go live again as I've just ordered one for £5.32+£0.91 postage fee


Sorry guys


Same here. Tried a few times and goes nowhere ! No confirmation emails. Have given up on this.


Struggling to place an order. Everytime I hit the 'Place Order' button, nothing happens. I'm using Google-chrome browser. Anyone had issues? have now used 'Pay by Paypal' directly 4 times and although it goes through I don't get an email to say I have made a purchase. Even though I only want 1 item and no confirmation of email of order either.


Yup me too, a lot more. Definite heat

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