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Philips 288E2UAE - 28 Inch 4K UHD Monitor (3840 x 2160) 60Hz, 4ms, IPS, Speakers, Height Adjust, USB Hub £210 @ Amazon
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
This Philips 4K UHD monitor features stunning, ultra-clear visuals and stylish design for your workspace. Equipped with USB 3.2 for SuperSpeed data transfer and fast charging, and Multi View…
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Been using this for a year - great monitor. Very nice colours etc.


This seems like a good productivity monitor. Reviews have mentioned quite bad backlight bleed, relatively low brightness (max 260 ish nits) and barely noticeable input lag (however nobody expects this to be a good gaming monitor). This seems to be a good price for what this is - 28” 4k 60fps small bezels and built in usb hub.


Heat added, was just about to pull the trigger on the non-height adjustable version for £230. Going to hook it up to a PS5 tbh, not paying crazy money for a 4K 120hz monitor and want the resolution over frame rate


At 4K 120hz is though to drive anyway for most games so unless we are talking competetive gaming (why use 4K in the first place) 60hz 4K is perfectly fine.


I would say at 4k freesync premium is more important for normal mortals :)

AOC AGON Gaming AG273QCG - 27 Inch QHD Curved Monitor, 165Hz, 1 ms, TN,G-Sync, Speakers, USB Hub £299 @ Amazon
Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
G-sync technology - Delivers the smoothest and breathtaking gaming experience Qhd - offers superior picture quality and sharp imagery 165Hz refresh rate - makes games run smooth as silk …
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For people that does not have much knowledge on the jargon used on this thread. Please explain "IPS, VA, TN".


It's simply that TN is the worst panel type of the three. I have VA myself and yeah, it has a smidge of ghosting (I'm not a pro so not fussed), and have had plenty of IPS too. And TN. Original LCD screens when they first appeared, it was kind of the norm, but it's not enjoyable outside of staring directly head on and is usually for eSport enthusiasts for ultra low pixel response times.


Is IPS really that much better? I have never had IPS before and always been happy with VA. I am in the market for a 2k monitor. I was looking at this one: Then I see this one the OP posted lol, not sure which would be better for me. Funnily enough I am struggling to find a 2k monitor that isn't a high refresh rate so I may as well get a high refresh rate (it wasn't necessarily something I was going for) but the price difference is so minor that I will get a high refresh lol. I am now stuck deciding between brands, models, to curve or not to curve? (never had curved before). Also, man what the heck, why are some of these monitors having the power led on show right on the front of the display?! My current monitor does not do that, isn't that distracting? I hope most models don't do this, not sure if this one does but some of them seem to put them pointing right at you. I hate the odd light distracting me lol (yup I am that picky!)


When IPS and VA are at similar prices, it's hard to recommend TN at 300 quid sadly. Unless of course, you desperately need the response time

Sabrent Multi-Port USB Type-C Hub With 4k HDMI/Power Delivery (60 Watts)/1 USB 3.0 Port/2 USB 2.0 Ports for £12.74 @ Amazon / Store4Memory
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Now, this is an interesting one and could be useful for some. video output is 4k @ 30Hz Not sure why we have two 2.0 USB ports. Would be better with 3 of the 3.0 but the 60 watt Power delive…
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I bought the micro sd card variant. Works with the Nintendo Switch (displays to tv), works with the steam deck (charges via the usb-c port) and works with samsung dex also (even though my phone complains about using a genuine dex product).


Yes, it's decent enough for the price, the USB PD delivery works okay, although I only tried a low power laptop. It's a bargain if it lasts. (y)


I kinda doubt the micro and standard SD card slots could or really would be used simultaneously, so it'd be better to just get the cheap five port, and use a USB SD card reader when needed. Also, these card slots might be running at USB 2.0 speeds, as many seem to do, so a USB 3.x card reader may unlock more of your card's transfer speed potential. They can be picked up fairly cheaply, and then used in a more versatile way, than this which right from the get go requires USB C.


This laptop is limited 1920x1080. I should grabbed my other laptop too Agree - its for occasional rj45 and microSD use so should hopefully be ok


I guess you get what you pay for (y). Can I ask what resolution you tested at 60HZ? If 1080 are you able to test with 1440 or higher? Many thanks!

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UGREEN USB Hub 3.0, 4-Ports USB Splitter with 1M Long Cable, USB Expansion Data Hub - £8.99 With Voucher @ Ugreen Group / Amazon
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
I actually own this exact one, and paid over a tenner for it back in February, so this is slightly annoying, however it works well. Collect the 25% voucher There’s nothing stopping you f…

Works fine (y)


I think it's expired now sadly .


Should be fine for external hard drive if it's not there's a power supply port in case it's a bit under powered.


Ugreen make quality gear.


This is good for mains powered hard drives. Portable hard drives will require the USB splitter to be connected to a power source.

Anker USB C Hub for MacBook, PowerExpand Direct 7-in-2 USB C Adapter £33.99 Dispatches from Amazon Sold by AnkerDirect
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Posted 25th MarPosted 25th Mar
Anker USB C Hub for MacBook, PowerExpand Direct 7-in-2 USB C Adapter, Save £6.00 (15%) Info added by SebK : Model Number: A8371 PowerExpand Direct 7-in-2 USB-C PD Media Hub The Ul…

As a note, it is currently out of stock with no date for when it will come back. It’s also not compatible with M series chips for outputting to multiple displays and from reviews has a tendency to run hot with ports failing after a few months.



Would be nice to see a top manufacturer doing this together with ethernet


It does, proportionally to number of tasks is used for. For a card reader or a pen drive it doesn’t make any difference


This would be better if need to connect to two monitors.