PC Monitor - 4K and FHD Computer Monitors (4 products)

PC Monitors for gaming and more

While your PC tower houses all the processing power, it's your monitor that determines your viewing experience. Whether you want to use your PC for tasks like emails, gaming or design, Ebuyer stocks a huge range of computer monitors that are sure to meet your needs.

Your computer monitor is the part of your PC that you interact with the most, so it's important to find a monitor with the best colour accuracy, resolution, and refresh rate for your hobbies. If you're playing competitive games, and have a powerful enough rig, a high refresh-rate monitor will deliver the smoothest gameplay, while sacrificing speed for improved colour accuracy and resolution is better for design, photography, and creative work.

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ASUS ROG STRIX XG43VQ 43in Curved Ultra-Wide VA 120Hz Gaming Monitor

  • Resolution: 3840x1200
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Panel Type: VA
  • HDMI(v2.0) x2, DisplayPort 1.2

£ 920.00  inc. vat

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Samsung C49RG90 49" QLED Curved Ultra Wide Dual QHD Gaming Monitor

  • 5120 x 1440 Dual QHD
  • DisplayPort & HDMI
  • 120Hz / 4ms response time
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Screen Curvature 1800R

£ 1,051.25  inc. vat

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LG 34GK950G 34" Class 21:9 UltraGear QHD IPS Curved LED Gaming Monitor with G-SYNC

  • 3440 x 1440 QHD
  • DisplayPort & HDMI
  • 120Hz / 5ms response time
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC

£ 979.98  inc. vat

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ASUS ROG Swift PG349Q 34" Ultra-wide 120Hz G-SYNC Gaming Monitor

  • 3440 x 1440 QHD
  • HDMI & DisplayPort
  • 120Hz / 4ms Response Time
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • G-SYNC

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ASUS ROG STRIX XG43VQ 43in Curved Ultra-Wide VA 120Hz Gaming Monitor

  • Resolution: 3840x1200
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Panel Type: VA
  • HDMI(v2.0) x2, DisplayPort 1.2

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Mfr part code: XG43VQ

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Samsung C49RG90 49" QLED Curved Ultra Wide Dual QHD Gaming Monitor

  • 5120 x 1440 Dual QHD
  • DisplayPort & HDMI
  • 120Hz / 4ms response time
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Screen Curvature 1800R

QuickFind: 882341

Mfr part code: LC49RG90SSUXEN

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LG 34GK950G 34" Class 21:9 UltraGear QHD IPS Curved LED Gaming Monitor with G-SYNC

  • 3440 x 1440 QHD
  • DisplayPort & HDMI
  • 120Hz / 5ms response time
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC

QuickFind: 883110

Mfr part code: 34GK950G

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ASUS ROG Swift PG349Q 34" Ultra-wide 120Hz G-SYNC Gaming Monitor

  • 3440 x 1440 QHD
  • HDMI & DisplayPort
  • 120Hz / 4ms Response Time
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • G-SYNC

QuickFind: 883860

Mfr part code: PG349Q

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What is an IPS monitor?

IPS is one of the four main types of monitor panels, all of which come under the LCD technology umbrella. Also known as In-Plane Switching monitors, IPS displays use liquid crystals, which are aligned in parallel to produce vibrant colours and imagery that are both consistent and accurate.

This kind of monitor is very widely used due to its high-performance level and versatility; it's perfect for both work and play, and generally has better viewing angles than other panel types. This makes them better for entertainment set-ups, and design work where colour accuracy is key.

What is a TN monitor?

Just like IPS, TN (or Twist Nematic) monitors use liquid crystals, but rather than being in parallel alignment, TN crystals are perpendicular to one another, which means the display colours are prone to vary when you change the angle of your screen.

Although TN monitor technology has been around for longer than IPS, it tends to be more budget-friendly, and it's the go-to monitor choice for keen gamers. This is primarily because it can achieve higher refresh rates, making for more responsive and smoother gameplay.

What does high refresh-rate mean?

Simply put, the refresh-rate refers to the number of times your monitor updates per second. Generally, the higher the refresh-rate, the smoother animations and motion will appear on your screen.

This is more important for some users than for others - for example, while you may not notice a low refresh-rate whilst working in a word document, it's more evident during gaming or watching movies. With a higher refresh rate, system responsiveness can also increase, giving gamers a competitive edge.