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Need more pixels? This decent 4K monitor is down to £190

Need more pixels? This decent 4K monitor is down to £190

As a normal rule of thumb, if you need extra pixels, you’ll have to fork out additional cash. Bucking that development again in November 2018, within the halcyon days when leaving the home was a viable choice, was the AOC U2879VF – a monitor that Katharine fairly appreciated when she reviewed it at £273. Now it’s down to £190, which makes it a stone-cold discount if you happen to’re available in the market for a brand new panel and don’t need to spend an enormous sum of money.

There are, inevitably, some downsides to purchasing a 4K monitor at this value. It has a set stand for a begin, so you might have to prop it up on some books if you happen to’re notably tall, and the color accuracy of its TN panel is first rate, however not excellent.

It additionally solely has a 60Hz refresh charge, so that you gained’t be pushing tremendous excessive body charges – though if you happen to plan to do any gaming in 4K that was already wishful considering. Still, a minimum of you get AMD FreeSync help if you happen to occur to have an AMD-flavoured graphics card in your PC. Alas, Katharine examined this lengthy earlier than Nvidia launched their G-Sync Compatible driver, so it’s onerous to say whether or not Nvidia graphics card homeowners will be capable to make a lot use of its variable refresh charge tech (though given the display’s capped at 60Hz anyway, it shouldn’t actually be a lot of an issue both manner).

There’s additionally a query as as to if 4K is sensible on a display of this measurement: loads of individuals will inform you that you just’ll want a far greater panel than this to see the distinction over a 1440p show, however at this value you would possibly as effectively seize all of the pixels you’ll be able to take.

The actual query is whether or not you are able to do higher for this sort of finances, and for that you could be need to flip your consideration to the BenQ EL2870U which provides related specs with the added bonus of higher color accuracy and (so-so) HDR help. It’s currently £35 more over at Ebuyer.

If you’re nonetheless within the analysis part, it’s in all probability value having a learn of our greatest gaming monitor spherical up for tips about what it’s best to search for and the perfect panels round on your finances. Meanwhile, if you happen to’re after a special form of display, have a learn of our recurrently up to date Gaming monitor deals web page to see what else is knocking round.

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