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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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ASUS TUF Gaming VG249Q - 23.8'' 1080p IPS 144Hz Monitor (1ms, FreeSync) £193.12 (£187.65 w fee free card) @ Amazon IT
Posted 10 h, 16 m agoPosted 10 h, 16 m ago
23.8-inch full HD (1920x1080) ips gaming monitor with 144hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and fast gameplay Features ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) technology… Read more
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It's preference really, they are both really good monitors. I'd go for the ASUS if having more accurate colours is important.


Which would be the better option to go for if they were the same price ? The AOC 24G2U or ASUS TUF VG249Q?


Yeah, no wide gamut on this one, from what I've heard this screen has less saturated colours than the 24G2U, should be more accurate. Seems like a great monitor, I'd consider getting one personally but the lack an audio out port bugs me.


This one doesn’t have the wide colour gamut like the aoc 24G2U right ? Therefore the colours on this ASUS VG249Q will be more accurate?


Both use the same panel so performance should be similar.

ASUS VA326HR Curved 32" FHD Freesync 144Hz VA Vesa Gaming Monitor, £199 at Currys
Posted 13 h, 11 m agoPosted 13 h, 11 m ago
Back in stock, decent specs monitor for the money, might suit someone. Specification MPN: 118778 Audio output: 3.5 mm jack x 1 Connections: - HDMI x 1 - VGA x 1 Weight: 11.5… Read more

Will this also work with gsync?


Please show the 1440P+ 144hz monitor you’ve seen for less than £200.


I don't see the problem, I just set my 32inch 1440p monitor to 1080p and it looks fine.. Obviously 1440p is sharper.


What's the issue? I've got this exact monitor that I'm using for gaming and it's great. You won't see pixels unless you're having your nose right in the screen despite what others were saying. Its a great monitor for the price. Have had it for 2 months now and can't say a bad word about it


Full HD in 32, they have to be kidding us.

Acer Nitro 27-inch 75hz WQHD ips Freesync Monitor VG270U £203.99 with 15% student discount, £239.99 without @ Acer Shop
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Screen: 68.6 cm (27") WQHD (2560 x 1440) 75 Hz Panel Technology: IPS (178°x178°) FreeSync Inputs: DisplayPort, HDMI Response Time: 1 ms VRB Brightness: 350 cd/m²

Thanks _Nickel_ Is it just me or is the buy button missing?


No, I paid £407.98 for 2. £239.99 * 2 = £479.98 £479.98 * 0.85 = £407.98


does the 5% off for buying 2 stack with the 15% student discount?


Haha honestly i really do appreciate it unfortunately the item says in stock but when it gets to your basket its no oos 😩


You're welcome, I had to post 10 comments to unlock the ability to PM or I'd have sent it sooner (lol)

Lenovo G32qc-10 31.5" WLED QHD 144hz Curved Gaming Monitor £299.99 @ Lenovo UK
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Level up your game with this incredible 31.5-inch curved QHD monitor. With NearEdgeless bezels and a high contrast ratio, experience an engaging gaming experience. Equipped with AM… Read more

Yeah so seems like not a great deal then, so many choices :/


I'm not really able to give much of a view on that as it's a gaming monitor, so many of the features aren't what I'm focused on. However, it seems a very nice monitor for a good price but personally I'd have reservations about buying in from abroad. Others will be in a better position to comment on how good the monitor is for its primary marketed purpose and doubtless many will tell you - and me - of their hassle-free experiences of buying from Amazon EU. And all power to them and you if you elect to do so. As it happens, despite my "I'm going to be patient" line, I wasn't. (lol) Within 2 hours off writing that I pulled the trigger on a monitor I'd been eyeing up for a while as my best option. But, don't forget, it's not a gaming monitor because that's not what I'm after. It's been out of stock most places except the Benq site - and they use UPS for delivery so they had no chance. However, it came back in stock Thursday afternoon on Amazon so I went for it. Amazon Prime delivery, Amazon customer service and easy return if there's an issue made them my retailer of choice for something like this. Also, the price of this thing has been pretty static for quite a while, save the Covid Spike Period, and I don't think it'll be subject to as much short term downward price pressure as other makes and models.


Sorry, I know you asked another user - but that looks like this model "VG270UPbmiipx" from Amazon UK. If you search "VG270UPbmiipx" on HUKD, you'll see it's been around £270-£280 the past couple of months from Currys and Amazon.I don't know for sure, but it definitely looks like the same model!


What do you think about this deal from amazon Spain £298 I was thinking about buying it


Noob question - trying to get something like this to play FIFA on PS4 with a full screen view of the pitch. Is that something this would be able to do? If not, what should I be looking at/for instead?

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Lenovo C24-10 - LED monitor - Full HD (1080p) Vesa Monitor, £79.99 at Lenovo
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Nice offer here, hope it helps. Monitor Size 23.6 inch Brightness 250 cd/m2 Aspect Ratio16:9 Contrast Ratio1000:1 Response Time1ms / 3ms / 5ms Panel TypeTN Viewing Angle 170° /… Read more

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Those bezels tho...


Cold, not IPS, 1080P at 24 inch? You must be joking, 2008 called, they want their monitor back!! jk, great price! :D

Acer Predator 24.5" FHD 144Hz G-Sync/Freesync Compatible HDR400 IPS Monitor £299 / £255 for Students @ Acer Shop (Possible 8.25% Quidco)
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
MAXIMUM RESOLUTION: this gaming screen has FHD resolution (1920x1080) and is G-Sync Compatible, for an image quality that goes beyond the expected levels FLUID GAME EXPERIENCE: NV… Read more

Most OLEDs cant reach 1000 nits and that do can only do so very briefly. Not really comparable to a monitor with real always on HDR 1000 or a QLED that has real HDR 2000+ unless you play in a dark room. Don't worry about any of this while you have a PS4. The best initial upgrade you could make to latency and frame rate performance would be buying an Xbox One X. Or a PC. If you really want to know the details, see:


Thanks for explaining. I saw some of the higher end ones reach 1k. How much is the difference in input lag etc, I generally play PS4 on my tv and never really notice any lagging as such. What’s freesync/gsync?


I already own 2 x high end QLED TVs after upgrading from 2018 LG OLEDs but they are a bit large to fit on my desk and cost circa 3 times as much as this monitor. They are however great for gaming with working 120Hz 4K support, Auto Low Latency Mode, Freesync 2 support, class leading VRR latency of 6ms and peak HDR brightness of over 3,500 Nits. OLEDs can't generally reach 1000 Nits brightness, don't support 144Hz, the LG 9 series doesnt work at 4K 120Hz according to rtings testing, they dont have latency even close to this, and an LG OLED gets burn in like this after a few months of running Windows:


144hz, gsync compatibility, input lag etc. Lots of reasons depending on the monitor.


This might sound like a really dumb question, but is there a reason why you would buy a 4K gaming monitor over a OLED / QLED tv. Is there a significant difference? If so what is it? I’m really curious as the prices are significant.

Acer Nitro VG270Ubmiipx 27-inch 75hz WQHD ips Freesync Monitor £255.64 at Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Mostly posting to get other people's opinion of this but it seems like a decent price if you don't need 144hz 2560 x 1440 IPS 75hz Freesync Can't find any reviews online of the … Read more

I almost bought this at 239 last week. So price isn't great


Looks to be a good price for the 75hz model. Personally I'm waiting for the 144hz model (VG270UPbmiipx) to come back down to £300 ish, or lower hopefully!

Philips V-Line 243V7QJABF 24" Full HD IPS Monitor, Vesa wall mount with speakers - £99.99 delivered @ CCLOnline
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
IPS LED wide view technology for image and colour accuracyIPS displays use an advanced technology that gives you extra-wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, making it possible to… Read more

I think it's a good price. I wanted one this size with hdmi and speakers, I know the speakers will be pretty trash but it does have a audio output for headphones or external speakers, which they don't all have.


Still showing £99.99 for me .... (y)


Now showing at £106.69 which still seems a good price.

AOC monitor G2260VWQ6 22" 1920X1080 TN 75HZ FREESYNC 1MS GAMING WIDESCREEN LED MONITOR - BLACK/RED £101.09 delivered at Overclockers
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
This AOC G2460VQ6 monitor is perfect for endless gaming sessions. With one milisecond response time high precision gaming is guarenteed while the newly introduced Anti-Blue Light T… Read more

Does it have speakers?




Thought you were referring to the delivery cost. Yes looks like error on the posting on HUK


Add delivery which is a MIN of £11.10


Maybe it's not free but the price on the website is now £89.99 with 1 in stock.

iiyama X2483HSU-B3 24" ProLite AMVA HD LED Monitor with USB - Black £112.97 Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
FLICKER FREE + BLUE LIGHT - Flicker free monitors with blue light reducer function. Absolutely no flickering. And the amount of blue light emitted by the screen and respo… Read more

Same make, same size available for £99 at Box


Slightly smaller but Currys have the IPS 22" version of this in stock for £99 if you're looking for an iiyama


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New To Pre Order With Up To £50 Off With Codes - 27" Samsung Curved Monitor £189 / 32" £209 + Free Delivery @ Samsung Store (More In Op)
02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Samsung have their new monitors up for pre Order, and until the 2nd June, they are offering up to £50 off via voucher code applicable on Below are the codes and l… Read more

This model? It is on pre-order or do you just mean you have another make/model with a 1000R curve radius and 1080p?


Don’t want to spoil the deal but I have the 27” model and I do not recommend if you like coding or working on terminal, other than that it’s alright..


Personally I'd prefer anything above 24inch to be at least 1440p. I use a 27inch 1440p Dell monitor and scaling set at 125%, it makes the world of difference to the clarity.


Which one? I don't have the one from this deal, I have a (two) QHD 32" curved. Perfect for text, although some might prefer 4K for extremely fine work.


This coupon is already redeemed or invalid for the 32"

Acer Nitro VG240Ybmiix 23.8 Inch FHD Gaming Monitor - IPS Panel - FreeSync - 75Hz - £116.24 Delivered -
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
This is a good price for this monitor at the moment and in stock at Amazon Italy. Crisp, true-to-life colours come alive in vivid 1080P courtesy of the IPS technology AMD FreeS… Read more

Is this the top spec I can expect for a full HD monitor connected to a Xbox one X? I don’t think I want to spend the money going up to QHD or 4K


Tempting but will wait for 144hz


Go for 144hz but yeah I bought all my parts piece by piece for when I found a good price


Is it worth buying if I'm planning my first build in like 2 months?


I have the exact model. Wonderful monitor

Samsung S27R750 27-Inch The Space WQHD 2560x1440 144Hz 3 sided Bezelless Monitor for £255.58 delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Decent price for this Samsung space saving monitor. Many retailers in UK are selling £320+ Price includes shipping / slightly cheaper using a fee free card. Reviews available on … Read more
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I only logged in to and left it thinking it would be a hassle to deal with it later on. Surprisingly the order was placed automatically and I was billed 256£ I didn’t know how it happened but I had google french to English to cancel the order to get refund


I've got the lg 32gk650f for just under £300 (might be just a bit over) and I really like it. Freesync for the space monitor can be enabled with a firmware update and theres a new 32" 144hz/1440p version with freesync already enabled out as well.


as for comparison, why not get something like the Acer Nitro vg270ub. It's around £250, 27 inch, Ips panel, 2k ress display, 75hz. 1ms response time (sort of) and freesync (and Gsync compatible). But has the worst stand ever created, but can be vesa mounted. Just my 2 pence.


How do I order??


What comes in the box is a transformer attached to an EU plug, not a standard power lead like a kettle lead. You won't be able to buy just the moulded part from samsung to make it into a UK plug. You'll need a EU to UK adaptor like this:

Lenovo D27-20 27-inch WLED Monitor £119.99 delivered @ Lenovo
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Stonking 27” bargain Blurb: The Lenovo D27-20 monitor offering premier features at amazing value. This 27-inch display with Full-HD resolution means images are sharp and colour… Read more
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Ah back to my uni days, if only.


128 via unidays..


Remember with the refresh rate, you need the graphics power to be able to get to the desired frames per second.


Now discontinued. I went for this instead.


2nd hand maybe. There's not ever been a 75hz Freesync 27" for £80.

Dell Alienware 25" Gaming Monitor 240Hz £303 @ Dell
31/05/2020Expires on 31/05/2020Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Pretty good gaming monitor down from £429.60 to £329.96 with a further 8% off with the DAILYMAIL8 discount code. Super high refresh rate if you're not bothered about 4K. Cheapes… Read more

Great deal. Ordered on 26th, delivered yesterday (28th). Monitor makes everything from games to even scrolling in browser buttery smooth. Stand is extremely sturdy and goes nice and high although the lighting in the stand is rather pointless and alienware/dell software is more of a hassle than it is worth. Colours are great and vibrant and calibration with a Spyder shows almost no difference to my eyes so great factory calibration to boot.


Ordered! (y)


I order this monitor the day it was released and it came 2 days later, I'd say you were unlucky.


Alienware products are way overpriced for the quality they provide


It appears the difference is the colour: AW2521HFL - Lunar Light (White) AW2521HF - Dark Side of the Moon (Black)

Philips E-line 327E8QJAB 32" Full HD (1080p) IPS Freesync 75Hz Vesa Monitor, £149.99 delivered at CCL Online
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Good price for a 32"FHD IPS monitor, might suit someone. Technical Specifications Picture/Display LCD panel type IPS technology Backlight type W-LED system Panel Size 31.5 i… Read more

For work from home purposes, I wouldn't buy anything larger than 27" without minimum 3440x resolution.. (4k much better) the sweet spot of FHD is 24"


27" at 1080p is fine for me personally. I guess we're all different in how far back we sit from our monitors as well. I have a rather deep desk and therefore I'm sat fairly far back from my screen, especially when I'm gaming, as I'm either using a steering wheel or a controller, so a larger screen with a lower resolution isn't a drawback for me.

Kaz00ie Just bought this for my One S as a stop gap. **edit - gone up from yesterday though, it was £144 for me, £169 now.


Only if you have a graphics card that will drive the games you play at 144fps. Not everyone cares that much about 144Hz refresh rate - mainly those who play twitch-shooters & games that need fast reactions - casual gamers are often happy to stick with lower.


Why was it bad? I've been using a 27"/1080p monitor for years, haven't had an issue? What am I missing here?

ASUS TUF A15 FA506IV, 15.6" FHD, vIPS, 144Hz, Ryzen 7-4800H, GeForce RTX2060 (6GB), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) £1212.61 - @ Amazon Germany
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Showing as Temp out of stock, but you can still place your order and it will be dispatched once they are back in. It it £1171 if you have a Fee Free card.
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Was very tempted to get this, but the screen is too much of a hit and miss for me. The screen doesn't get lit up nearly half as much as I would like, fans get loud, so be prepared if using it in the bed. These few niggles along with only a 4800H, and a QWERTZ kayboard, mean I must turn this one down too. Still waiting for my perfect laptop. Voting hot as its still a good deal for those looking for a 2060 4800H 144Hz beast.


how many points you get in 3dmark firestrike? thx I am thinking about either 3700x or 4800H and rtx2060


add on 20% vat and you have your £1200 price, US prices are without sales tax which varies by state.


There are two versions of the screen on these the bad one is the Panda which has bad colour reproduction and blurring. Some have had an AU optics panel fitted which is much better but hard to get hold off. Unfortunately it’s a panel lottery if you get the better screen.


Pretty much just Y and Z swapped. There may be labels for European characters but you can ignore them. I used a qwertz keyboard on a laptop for long periods with no problems.

LG UltraGear 24GL600F 24" Full HD 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Gaming Monitor (2019), £139.98 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Nice monitor for the price. Geared Up for Victory LG UltraGear is the powerful gaming display gear with high performance features to take your gaming to the next level. The … Read more
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Can't comment on this particular monitor, but a TN panel (as is in the LG) generally means it will look more washed out with worse viewing angles.


“No built-in speaker”


It’s £14 cheaper


Can this be hooked up to a laptip

Marshall Monitor Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear Headphone, Black £120.74 on Amazon US
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Marshall Monitor Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear Headphone, Black on Amazon. Cheapest it's ever been, massively reduced. I know it's been this price before however it is still heavily … Read more

There are a lot of people that are easily drawn in by a brand name, these will have a standard off-the-shelf bluetooth audio chipset and amplifier chip. The bluetooth audio source is inherently poor, you can't put back what has been lost. It is just audiofoolery to think that the spending this much on bluetooth headphones is going to get you anything better than a £30 pair. Yes a £30 pair is probably going to be significantly better than a £15 cheap and nasty set, but even 12 year olds with perfect hearing are not going to notice any difference here. Clearly there are too many people with more money than sense, somebody is laughing all the way to their private island on the proceeds of sales to brand snobs.


You sure you didn't buy a vacuum cleaner by chance? (embarrassed)


Who makes these? Surely these aren’t produced my Marshall


Big market for these if they had a mic on ! esp for the work place.. and you would look cool


Hard disagree - had mine for 3 years, absolutely fantastic. Sound quality is great, great battery life!

Lenovo V55T-15API - 11CC0009UK Business Desktop Pc + Lenovo Thinkvision S22E-19 21.5" FULL HD Monitor £409.99
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Type Business Screen (Bundled with) Lenovo ThinkVision S22E-19 21.5" Full HD Monitor Processor + Core Count AMD Ryzen 5 3400G (3.7GHz, 4.2GHz Turbo, 4MB Cache) Memory 8GB DDR4-2666… Read more
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180W isn't enough for my nerves to run on


Just different options.... if you bought the version without monitor, that gives you £85 to put to whatever monitor you choose, the bundled monitor with this is probably ok but for me I'd get a 24" screen. The bundled screen appears to sell on its own for about £105 and gets fairly decent reviews.


No, it was on the same website. They just increased the price.


It's not sold out is it?


Are they actually better or is it just a size difference thing?

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