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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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AOC Q3279VWFD8 31.5" IPS LED Black Monitor (2560x1440) - £192.99 @ Amazon
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24/04/2019Expires on 24/04/2019Found 8 h, 26 m agoFound 8 h, 26 m ago
These have dropped to around £204-£225 on the bay, so this seems to be the best deal on this. It's the cheapest 32" IPS screen out here I think, not much is close This is the IPS … Read more
Rhythmeister

This would be lovely for gaming with a mid range graphics card maxing that refresh rate out :)

Rhythmeister

Why would one ever sit up close to a 40" 1920x1080 resolution screen? You'd need to be about 4' from it :o

cactusbrandy

Still no VESA mount :(

PlayWearTalkRed

Bought this at the beginning of the year. Glorious picture quality even at retail price. Good spot, OP. (y)

SilvaNights

This seems more like a TV then a monitor?

HP EliteDisplay E272q Quad HD 2560 x 1440 resolution monitor - 27" @ Ballicom - £145.16
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Found 9 h, 44 m agoFound 9 h, 44 m ago
Seems a lot of monitor for the money , tilt and swivel stand & USB hub Display size (diagonal) 68,6 cm (27”) Aspect ratio 16:9 Resolution (native) QHD (2560 x 1440 @ … Read more
robodan918

good displays in general but definitely more for work than for play good colour reproduction on these - I've had several over the years (for work, and sometimes films) and have been pleased no way I'd use it for gaming though

deanos

try ringing in morning

deanos

if anyone did get one, seems you can add next day onsite support for £3.60 instead of sending off for repair https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=U0VM5E&opt&sel=CPK〈=en-GB&jumpID=af_6nisr2afkc/sf:_sku:U0VM5E&utm_source=affiliate&utm_medium=cpa&utm_content=product_feed&_td_pid=1&utm_campaign=Shopello.net (UK) + Google Shopping Ads (CSS)&jumpid=af_3zuqfwpd4e/site:Shopello.net (UK) + Google Shopping Ads (CSS)

nosamluap

Showing 1 in stock but can't actually order :-( This would have been perfect for me. I don't need fast response, but an ips panel with that resolution would be lovely

trueno2k

Thats not the worst of it's spec 7ms gray-2-gray response time and no freesync, blah!.. LOL...

Vtech Safe & Sound DM1111 Digital Baby Monitor - £10 instore @ Sainsbury's (Chester)
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LocalLocalFound 11 h, 17 m agoFound 11 h, 17 m ago
Baby monitor for a cracking price in Sainsbury's Chester. Possibly nationwide.
Acer PE270K 27" IPS 4K HDR Monitor Height Adjustable / USB Hub / Freesync / HDMI / DisplayPort / Hood / Speakers £449.99 @ Box
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31/03/2019Expires on 31/03/2019Found 11 h, 38 m agoFound 11 h, 38 m ago
This one is a bit of an all-rounder as a 4K model. Something that will do well for professional editing work as well as gaming at high resolutions. It's an IPS HDR panel which will… Read more
The_Biggest_Lebowski

I wasn’t referrng to that seller - which is obviously dodgy. £397.82 is what Amazon themselves are selling it for, just with a 2-4 week wait

Carson_Official

I don't think that counts as its a seller called 'children's toys' with 1 rating - very much a gamble.

The_Biggest_Lebowski

£397.82 on Amazon, although the dispatch time is 2-4 weeks: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-ProDesigner-Monitor-FreeSync-Adjustable/dp/B07B25L79M/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1553120335&sr=8-1&keywords=pe270k

sam_of_london

Voted hot

Hannspree Hs278upb 27" Full HD Monitor / Speakers / Vesa / HDMI / DisplayPort £114.99 delivered @ Box [Discount at basket]
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23/03/2019Expires on 23/03/2019Found 15 h, 25 m agoFound 15 h, 25 m ago
This would suit those going for a display port connection or HDMI that also want speakers built in. It's a 1080p IPS panel, so decent viewing angles and colours. Maybe suited for w… Read more
Charlesroi

I've had a couple of these over the past 10 years and they are excellent for the price. I paid over £200 for each of mine and they were terrific value even at that price. Games monitor, back up TV set, Security Camera monitor ............... can't really go to far wrong at this price. Oh and also they came with a pretty decent manufacturers guarantee.

meclive

Anyone got this and can comment?

Samsung C27HG70 27 inch Curved QLED 144hz Freesync Gaming Monitor - Grade A Refurbished £278.46 eBay /  techsave2006
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Found 16 h, 48 m agoFound 16 h, 48 m ago
Taken a punt on this one, came down to £278.46 with the pre applied 10% discount from techsave2006 and then stacked with the PLAY15 15% code. “Professionally Refurbished Grade A: … Read more
stevolarn

It's a bit of a risk but it's a massive saving if it pays off, there are a few decent reports from previous techsave2006 deals so we shall see.

Rich_M

I'm tempted by the price but this monitor is known to come with issues so a good returns policy is essential.

zaniro

The auction doesn’t state how many dead/ stuck pixels on arrival is acceptable and if blacklight bleed would be applicable for a faulty return. Sounds like a risk if you wouldn’t accept these issues.

slannmage

If only it was 5K

HP 27f FHD (1920 x 1080) 27" IPS Monitor (5 ms, 1 VGA, 2 HDMI 2.0), £139.99 at Amazon
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Found 17 h, 7 m agoFound 17 h, 7 m ago
Monitor: 27in . Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels. Brightness 300cd/m2. Contrast ratio 1000:1. Pixel pitch 0.31mm. Interfaces and connectivity: HDMI, vGA. General fea… Read more
ciarandanielbyrne1

I suppose you could use speakers with it though?

cooliusxp

You could but you wouldn't get any sound as the monitor doesn't have speakers

ciarandanielbyrne1

Can you run a Roku player through a computer monitor in one of the HDMI inputs?

Refurbished Grade A Samsung C34F791WQU 34" UltraWide Quad HD Gaming Monitor £362.19 @ techsave2006/ebay
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Found 17 h, 16 m agoFound 17 h, 16 m ago
Seems like a great deal to me - seller already has 10% off, and then you stack the 15% off using today's PLAY15 on top and you end up with £362.19. Comes with a 1 year warranty. H… Read more
Boopop

All gone, enjoy!

Deaa

Got one :) thanks!

wildgoose1

Thank you!

Odeas

100hz and yes to freesync

bozy09

Does this have freesync 144hz?

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AOC Q3279VWFD8 31.5"  IPS LED Black Monitor (2560x1440) £187.99 @ Amazon
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
These have dropped to around £204-£225 on the bay, this is cheaper with today's Amazon code It's the cheapest 32" IPS screen out here I think, not much is close Huge IPS dis… Read more
horsey

Oh yeh, I just copied the marketing but you are right, it’s just a normal screen format? maybe it’s a buzzword these days, but I’ve edited the title to avoid misleading anyone darn, every time I correct stuff it goes into moderation, sorry mrmod person 😬

kalico

Worth pointing out that the 'widescreen' in the title could be a bit misleading. It is just the usual wide format ratio, not one of these super, super wide jobbies.

kalico

The difference for that design work will blow you away! This is the latest version of the same economy monitor that dropped to £159 for the VA panel. There is a 32 inch IPS for £168 at the moment but it is just regular HD 1080p, not the QHD.

horsey

I've just bought one, I've been watching this for a while and it seems pretty good for the money. I'm currently gaming at 1080P, but I'm using two 24" monitors for a larger desktop My R9 290 + i7.960 seems fine for 60fps with WoT, so I reckon I'd still be OK at 2560x1440 Apparently the scaling of 2560x1440 at 32" is roughly the same as 1920x1080 at 24", which is why I didn't go to 4K, the icons would be too small and an R9 couldn't cope I think. I'll also be doing some PCB design, so hopefully this will be easier to work with than 1080@24"

ACER B246WL IPS 24" MONITOR £119.99 @ Box
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
24" Display IPS Panel Resolution 1920x1200 6ms Response Time 60Hz Refresh Rate DVI/VGA/DisplayPort Connectivity Speakers Height Adjustable 100x100 VESA Mounting 16:10 Aspect Ratio … Read more
wigmores

Cheapest price out there for this model. Also 16:10 ratio instead of 16:9 which is what most are for the price.

Denzel04

i don't understand what's so good about this monitor, there's already a bunch out there for similar prices and specs

Acer V276HLCbid 27" Full HD LED Monitor £119.99 incl delivery at Ebuyer.com
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Seems a decent deal from a good brand. 27” full HD with HDMI, DVI and VGA - includes VGA cable VESA compatible too
Andy_H_VW

For the money these are reasonable monitors. I have bought 12 of these over the last few months (for work use) and there have been no complaints from any of my staff. Paired with the dual monitor stand from DOMU its a great way of freshening up a work station environment. Would I want for gaming?probably not, but for office use I think great value for money. Heat

Acer Nitro RG270bmiix 27" IPS FHD HDMI FreeSync 75 Hz Gaming Monitor, £149.97 at LaptopsDirect
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Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Good price for the size. 27 Inch Screen size 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Ports - HDMI DVI VGA Freesync 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 75 Hz 1 MS Response Time Wall… Read more
Leon_Parsons

Does it have a display port on it?

Batmobile543

Partially yes.

radionotme

Does going outside somehow render you incapable of noticing people's grammatical mistakes then? ;)

Batmobile543

And you need to get out more. :p

Batmobile543

Hey new Sam of London in town.

Acer ED242QR 23.6-inch Full HD Curved Monitor (VA panel, FreeSync, 4ms, HDMI, VGA), White at Amazon £85.67
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Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Description Product Description Acer's 23.6-inch curved panel monitor with Full HD 1080p resolution delivers the incredible. Crisp, true-to-life colours come alive with the amazing… Read more
SmokeyNegroni

Heat, mainly because this is the first monitor post I've EVER seen here without any negative comments. Probs because no one has seen it but me. Enjoy the quiet OP.

Acer 27 Inch 16:9 FHD Gaming Monitor - ZeroFrame, FreeSync, 1ms, IPS £169.99 @ Very
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Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Looking for a monitor upgrade and just seen this, currently with £20 off.
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Daniel42

Absolute load of rubbish. Do your research and stop only reading things which you want to hear. Go ahead and buy a 27 inch 1080p monitor if you want go back and buy yet another one with a better resolution in the near future. Go ahead and waste your money. You're a complete fool if you think I don't understand, because I do, perfectly. DO YOUR RESEARCH.

Diolusion

Crazy how people make statements trying to look clever when they don't understand how native resolutions work. The 4k monitor would use interpolation to stretch the image of whatever resolution you have chose to fit the 2160*3840 pixel count resulting in a lesser quality image, as someone who has used HD, 2K and 4k, watching 1080p on 4k isn't as easy as each pixel quadrupling, in theory it should work, in practice it doesn't. If you want to game at 1080p, buy a 1080p monitor, 1440p, buy a 1440p monitor, don't tell people things that would ruin their experience.

Diolusion

If you are doing productivity work such as video editing, excel documents, word etc, a 27inch is far more useful than a lower size monitor as obviously things will appear on the screen a little bigger and easier to read etc, but if you are gaming or watching videos go with 23inches or less as the pixels will be closer together as the pixels will be a bit smaller than on a 27inch, this means that images will look more compressed, think about it like looking at an image, the more you zoom in, the grainier it looks, gaming on a smaller screen monitor is always better as image quality looks better as they don't look as 'pixelated' as on those of higher size screens. You will notice this a lot more if you had a side by side comparison of the two, it makes a lot of difference. Also if you can get a bezeless monitor too, the screen looks even better as there are no massive black bars at the size of the monitor, the monitor in this deal I believe has quite small bezels compared to the cheaper options.

Zafir

I mean depending on your priorities, it's probably not worth it going for 4k... If you want high refresh rates, you're looking at paying close to 1k or more for a 4k 144hz monitor. Never mind the fact the monitor'll probably break by the time you get the hardware to actually run 4k 144hz, lol. That's why 1440p is kind of the sweet spot at the moment. It's not too demanding on hardware(game depending), and panels that support 144hz don't cost an arm and a leg.

Daniel42

Crazy how people don't understand that a 4k monitor will still display lower resolutions. Future proof yourself.

LG 29UM59-P 29" IPS Full HD HDMI FreeSync 2560 x 1080 Monitor, £159.97 at Laptops Direct
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Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
29 Inch Screen size 2560 x 1080 Resolution Ports - HDMI Freesync 21:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 60 Hz 5 MS Response Time Wall Mounting (Vesa) - 75 x 75 mm
kalico

Yes, i know, but I'm only using it for office and work stuff. Can't imagine playing games on my computer! Actually, the laptop also has a Radeon graphics card in it but there seems no way to force that to come on. It apparently senses any games that can make use of it and switches from the Intel to the separate AMD GPU.

hellop4nda

Ah, if you're talking about resolution compatibility there shouldn't be a problem, it will just be slightly more taxing on your laptop. A HD4000 is very old..

kalico

No, not quite what I meant. Fact is that only one HDMI port on my laptop, so only one monitor. But what I want to achieve is the effect of two monitors, therefore two windows side by side on one monitor. I could use a regualr 32 inch, but that is particularly big and would probably look pants close up. So I thought this extra-wide one would give me what I needed to be able to have two windows open, side by side. But I can't for the life of me find out if my regulat Intel HD4000 in-built graphics will drive the width resolution of this. Hence my question wondering if anyone has done it. I don't want to get an extra-wide, only for a sinlge window to sit in the middle of two big black bars at either side.

Sagacity

Excellent monitor had mine for a number of years. using as a split screen is very useful.

hellop4nda

Doing what, running two monitors off of a single HDMI port on a laptop?

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