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

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AOC G274FZ 27" Full HD 260Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor

  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD
  • 2x HDMI & 2x Displayport
  • 260Hz / 1ms Response Time
  • Panel type: IPS
  • Freesync Premium

£ 355.00  inc. vat

£ 295.83 ex. vat

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AOC G274FZ 27" Full HD 260Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor

  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD
  • 2x HDMI & 2x Displayport
  • 260Hz / 1ms Response Time
  • Panel type: IPS
  • Freesync Premium

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Mfr part code: AG274FZ

£ 355.00  inc. vat

£ 295.83 ex. vat

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Popular monitor options

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 needs. Whether you're looking for a powerful gaming monitor or a dependable option for your home office, Ebuyer has plenty of PC monitors to choose from.

We have a huge range of great monitors, including 4K monitors for gaming. If you're playing competitive games, and have a powerful enough gaming PC, a monitor with a high refresh rate will deliver the smoothest gameplay. If you're a designer, photographer, or creative, you might consider sacrificing speed for improved colour accuracy and resolution.

How to choose the best monitor

Picking a new monitor? Whether you want an ultrawide monitor or a more basic computer screen for your home office, there are certain things to bear in mind.

What is the main purpose of the monitor?

Creative professionals might look for a 4K monitors with superb colour accuracy, while gamers will need a gaming monitor with speedy refresh rates. If you're shopping for a monitor for your home office, you probably won't need all of those elements - but you should check your laptop or desktop to make sure you know what connection is needed, such as VGA or HDMI.

Choose the monitor screen size you need

Monitor sizes are measured diagonally corner to corner - a standard screen is around 22", but 27 inch monitor is a popular choice. Here at Ebuyer we have ultrawide monitors going up to 34" and deluxe curved monitors up to 49". Measure the space where your screen will be sitting to work out what size monitor you can fit.

What resolution do you need?

Resolution means how many individual pixels can be displayed. The higher the resolution of your monitor, the better the picture will be - but really high resolutions will need a powerful graphics card to match. Monitor resolutions are given as width x height - so a popular 1080p monitor is 1920 x 1080p, which is Full HD. For the sharpest, highest-quality images, look for a 4k monitor, which is four times the resolution of 1080p.

What does high refresh rate mean in monitors?

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 much more obvious during gaming or watching movies. With a higher refresh rate, system responsiveness can also increase, giving gamers a competitive edge.

144Hz monitor or a 240Hz monitor?

The quality and refresh rates of monitors available now is staggering - and the range of high-performance monitors available to buy here in the UK at Ebuyer is huge.

Whether you are looking for an FHD, QHD or ultrawide monitor in any size from 22" to 49", you will find a 144Hz monitor or 240Hz model. But with all other things being equal, which should you choose - 144 or 240Hz?

It comes down to whether you want every possible edge when you are gaming. Not everyone will immediately notice the difference between the two refresh rates, but the difference is there. And you can rest assured, whichever you choose, both a 144Hz monitor and a 240Hz monitor will feel lightning fast!

When you make your decision, remember you won't get the best out of the monitor unless you have a high-powered graphics card. that can refresh at least as quickly as the monitor does.

What is an IPS monitor?

IPS is one of the four main types of monitor panels, all of which are variations on LCD technology. Also known as In-Plane Switching monitors, an IPS monitor uses liquid crystals, which are aligned in parallel to produce vibrant colours and imagery that are both consistent and accurate. This kind of monitor is widely used due to its high performance level and versatility. An IPS monitor is well suited 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. They are also perfect monitors for gamers who demand outstanding colour clarity.

What are some of the best monitor brands?

We stock lots of monitors at Ebuyer, from gaming monitors to ultrawide monitors that are perfect for keen gamers and professional designers alike. A BenQ monitor or Samsung monitor are good budget-friendly options, but for a more high-powered gaming monitor you might look at an AOC monitor as well as familiar names like Asus, whose monitors run from basic entry-level PC screens to high performance gaming screens.

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