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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. Read more
MSI Optix G271 Full HD 27" IPS LCD Gaming Monitor - Black - BOX DAMAGE £142.90 (UK Mainland / NI) @ Currys clearance/ebay
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Posted 9 h, 12 m agoPosted 9 h, 12 m ago
MSI Optix G271 Full HD 27" IPS LCD Gaming Monitor - Black - BOX DAMAGE **Damaged Box** KEY FEATURES 27" Display IPS Panel Full HD 1920x1080 Resolution AMD FreeSync 1ms Resp… Read more
sarden84

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/353495426526?hash=item524df825de:g:DqsAAOSwsqtgnqVQ https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/353494045023?hash=item524de3115f:g:DUgAAOSwAO5gnU-B .. nice monitor?

angelhaseyes

Gone! I was just about to complete my purchase and it was OOS. Argh!

MSI Optix G27CQ4 Curved Gaming Monitor 27 Inch, 16:9 WQHD (2560 x 1440), 1440p, 2K, VA, 165Hz, 1ms, 1500R, FreeSync Premium - £259 @ Amazon
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Posted 11 h, 59 m agoPosted 11 h, 59 m ago
Good price for this MSI gaming monitor. Optix G27CQ4All About Gaming. Curved Gaming display (1500R) – The best gameplay immersion. WQHD High Resolution – Game titles will e… Read more
iby2012

250 nits though.

ABDUL_-fb956.68151

I mean compared to the Lenovo deal a few days ago, this seems decent but the Lenovo 165hz 1440p for £198 was the sweet spot.

vvojak

GL with that lmao

ando

Was unaware that could be done, don't own a ps5 Hopefully Sony rolls out full 1440p in the near future, it's the sweet spot still imo

patricksweeney2

Yeah, wasn't in the title before. I've been trying to track down what the color gamut is but no luck so far. All the international reviews talk about heavy backlight bleed too, so this prob won't be great for bedroom pc.

Xiaomi Mi 10T 5G Silver 128GB+6GB (SD865, 144Hz Display, 5000mAh, 64MP Camera) - £268.61 (UK Mainland) @ Amazon Spain
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Posted 13 h, 50 m agoPosted 13 h, 50 m agoShipping from SpainShipping from Spain
Great price for this flagship tier phone. Potentially £260ish with fee free card when paying in euros also. Thanks to @merb0786 for the spot.
p3108

Does this come with warranty for a UK purchaser? Just a thought but you can import a 6/128 F3 for around £238 fee free from AliExpress. No warranty and an EU charger but possibly that is comparable?

evilzippy

If it has no OIS does the camera atleast have a digital stabilization option?

mikebo1

I don't understand your logic. Are you saying amoled screens aren't a flagship feature because they are now being used in some budget phones? That's just bizarre logic.

realdeals

So it's not a premium.or a flagship feature anymore as you ailluded. Without FoD and AOD you could sllip an LCD in a device and most wouldn't be able to tell you what type of screen it was, that is how close what they actually produce is.

mikebo1

Thats great to hear they are now becoming available in budget phones (y)

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Refurbished Asus MB169C+ 15.6" FHD IPS USB-C Monitor £99.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Posted 13 h, 52 m agoPosted 13 h, 52 m ago
Noticed this USB-C Monitor on sale, refurb as stated in title but not a bad price I think. * Stand/case Not included Ultra-low Blue Light Monitor The ASUS Blue Light Filter … Read more
LetoKynes

If you have a tablet, it's worth looking in to the Super Display app on the Play store. Turns your tablet in to a fully functioning secondary screen (with touch) - works on WiFi and USB.

Acer Nitro VG272UV 27" WQHD (2560x1440) 170Hz 1ms 10-bit IPS HDR400 GSync Compatible Gaming Monitor - Refurbished £269.99 @ Tabretail eBay
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21/05/2021Expires on 21/05/2021Posted 14 h, 8 m agoPosted 14 h, 8 m ago
Very well-reviewed monitor that ticks every box. Is refurbished at this price. Got great review recently at RTINGS: Acer Nitro XV272U KVbmiiprzx Review - RTINGS.com
patricksweeney2

Only review I can find is in Russian on goha.ru. Don't know them so can't say what that's worth. Reviewed at 32000 roubles and found to be good if not spectacular, though I may be missing some tone in translation.

Angelus2141

I dont know, it seems that the one from OP is actually better regardless of ratings. EU Verision (the one OP posted) NA Version (WQHD)2560 x 1440@170 Hz (OP-EU) (WQHD)2560 x 1440@144 Hz 400 cd/m² 350 cd/m² - Native, 400 cd/m² - Peak (HDR Mode) and while the websites you've linked (yes acers own site) doesnt list the EU version as having anything but displayport it actually has 2x hdmi 2.0 If you compare the two on https://www.displayspecifications.com/ the main difference is AHVA IPS (EU) panel vs IPS panel (NA), better response times and brightness natively on EU version, but the NA version does have some built in USB ports the EU version doesnt.

PhoenixRising

I very much doubt that as the stands and specs are also different. Acer VG272UV specs Acer XV272U specs

jaju123

I think it's the same monitor, just EU Vs us version

PhoenixRising

That RTINGS review is for a different monitor. XV272U vs VG272UV I can't find any reviews for this particular monitor and considering it's in Grade B condition, I don't think it's a great deal. There are better deals out there. For example, the Dell S2721DGF is about £320 new and a couple of months ago, I got a Grade A one for £250. For around £300, you can get the Gigabyte M27Q which gets discounted quite regularly and there's also the MSI Optix G273QF.