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  • 4 star rating

    Samsung SyncMaster S22D300HY

    4 star rating
    21.5in LED, 1920x1080, 5ms
    £94 Free Delivery
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    Samsung C27F591FDU

    4 star rating
    27in LED, VA 1920x1080, 4ms, 60 Hz
    £189.95 Free Delivery
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    Samsung S22F350FHU

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    22in LED, TN 1980x1080, 5ms, 60 Hz
    £89.95 Free Delivery
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  • HP Envy 34 inch Curved Quad-HD DTS Monitor

    AHEAD OF THE CURVE: Maximize your media experience with brilliant imagery and immersive so... more
    £669.99 Free Delivery
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    AOC AG241QG

    5 star rating
    23.8in , 2560x1440
    £471.46 Free Delivery
  • HP Envy 27s

    27in LED, IPS 3840x2160, 5ms, 60 Hz
    £429.98 Free Delivery
  • Dell S2716DG Quad HD LED Non-Touch Gaming Monitor, 27"

    Inject your gaming with super-smooth motion, razor-sharp graphics and awesome adaptability... more
    £549.95 Free Delivery
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    ASUS VG248QE

    4.5 star rating
    24in LED, TN 1920x1080, 1ms, 144 Hz
    £279.99 (+ £3.00 P&P)
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  • Hasus MB169B Plus 15.6 Inch IPS LED USB Monitor

    The 15.6-inch MB169B+ portable USB-powered monitor needs just one USB cable for both its v... more
    £179.99 Free Delivery
  • Acer 24 inch K242HQK LED 4K Monitor - Black

    The eco-friendly Acer K242 monitor is ideal for today's work intensive business envir... more
    £299.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
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    LG 29UM68

    5 star rating
    29in LED, IPS 2560x1080, 5ms, 75 Hz
    £269.99 Free Delivery
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    Samsung S24F350FHU

    4.5 star rating
    24in LED, PLS 1920x1080, 4ms, 60 Hz
    £116.95 Free Delivery
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  • Asus 27 Inch IPS 165Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor

    ROG Swift PG279Q gaming monitor is built for victory in the professional gaming arena, and... more
    £699.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • HP 22es (21.5 Inch) Thin Full HD Technicolor PC Monitor

    Our thinnest LCD display yet; Stunning from edge-to-edge; True-to-life color. True-to-life... more
    £109.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
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    LG 25UM58-P

    4.5 star rating
    25in LED, IPS , 5ms
    £181.45 Free Delivery
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  • Samsung S27F350 27 Inch Monitor - Black

    Incredibly slim profile, and stylish contemporary design. Super Slim Panel At an incredibl... more
    £160 Free Delivery
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    AOC AG271QG

    3 star rating
    £549.99 Free Delivery
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    LG 28MT48DF-PZ

    5 star rating
    27.5in , 1366x768
    £169.99 Free Delivery
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    ASUS VS278Q

    4 star rating
    27in LED, 1920x1080, 1
    £231 Free Delivery
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    Dell UltraSharp U2414H

    4.5 star rating
    23.8in LED, IPS 1920x1080, 8ms
    £226.40 Free Delivery
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    AOC g2460Pg

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    24in LED, TN 1980x1080, 1ms, 144 Hz
    £366.62 Free Delivery
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    Dell P2715Q

    4.5 star rating
    27in LED, IPS 3840x2160, 9ms
    £612.60 Free Delivery
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    ASUS VC239H

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    23in LED, IPS 1920x1080, 5ms
    £138.50 Free Delivery
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    ASUS Rog Swift PG279Q

    4.5 star rating
    27in LED, IPS 2560x1440, 4ms, 165 Hz
    £762.41 Free Delivery
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    AOC AG271QX

    4.5 star rating
    27in LED, TN 2560x1440, 1ms
    £472.51 Free Delivery
  • Asus MX299Q 29 Inch Ultra Wide Monitor - Silver

    The ASUS MX Series design was inspired by the concentric style of a sundial - a masterpiec... more
    £379.99 Free Delivery
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    Samsung U28E590D

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    28in LED, TN 3840x2160, 1ms
    £349.95 Free Delivery
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  • Samsung S24F350 24 Inch Monitor - Black

    Incredibly slim profile, and stylish contemporary design. Super Slim Panel At an incredibl... more
    £116.95 Free Delivery
  • Asus 23 Inch IPS Monitor with Speakers - White

    Inspired by millennia of artistic legacy, the new VX239H-W sports an elegant and precision... more
    £169.99 Free Delivery
  • Asus 23 Inch Wide IPS Monitor with Speakers - Silver

    The MX239H features an edge-to-edge frameless panel with 178 ultra-wide viewing angle AH-I... more
    £199.99 Free Delivery
  • Asus 27 Inch Wide IPS LED Gamining Monitor with Speakers

    The MG279Q gaming display is built for victory in the professional gaming arena, and featu... more
    £479.99 Free Delivery
  • Asus 24 Inch Wide LED Gaming Monitor with Speakers

    ASUS VG248QE fast gaming monitor shortens the time it takes for rendered frames to display... more
    £259.99 Free Delivery
  • Samsung C27F591 27 Inch LED Curved Monitor

    EAN: 8806088212456.
    £249.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Samsung S32F351 32 Inch Monitor - White

    Incredibly slim profile, and stylish contemporary design. Super Slim Panel At an incredibl... more
    £249.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Acer GN276HL bid 27 Inch LED Monitor

    If you love fast-paced action but hate to compromise, here is the high-end monitor you hav... more
    £269.99 Free Delivery
  • BenQ Zowie RL2755 27 Inch Gaming PC Monitor

    Every detail of the RL-series is designed and fine-tuned for the exceptional console e-Spo... more
    £239.99 Free Delivery
  • BenQ Zowie RL2460 24 Inch Gaming PC Monitor

    Every detail of the RL-series is designed and fine-tuned for the exceptional console e-Spo... more
    £219.99 Free Delivery
  • Benq VZ2470H LED 24 Inch Monitor

    The ultra-slim bezel BenQ VZ2470H monitor features a sophisticated modern-elegant design. ... more
    £149.99 Free Delivery
  • Benq VZ2770H LED 27 Inch Monitor

    The BenQ VZ2770H monitor with the narrow bezel chic design, delivers rich and exquisite vi... more
    £179.99 Free Delivery

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Buyers guide to computer monitors

Welcome to the Crowdstorm beginner's guide to finding the best computer monitor. Whether you're looking for a gaming monitor or just a cheap screen with no bells and whistles, we help you compare monitors from all the leading manufacturers, such as Asus and Dell, and then buy your chosen screen direct from the leading high street or online retailer of your choice.

Buying a monitor isn't something most of us do often and the technology is constantly improving, so it's hard to stay on top of the technology. But with a combination of our guide and reading some PC monitor reviews you'll be well placed to make a purchase. 

Connecting your monitor 

The absoluter first thing you need to nail down is how you'll be connecting your monitor to your PC or laptop. If you have an older device you may only have the option of a VGA connection (the 15-pin blue one), but manufacturers are increasingly upgrading to DVI (which can take advantage of the sharper images created by modern video cards - it's a digital rather than analog signal).

In addition, both HDMI and DisplayPort connectors are increasing in popularity with monitor makers. HDMI gives you the double benefit of high-def images while also transmitting audio through the same cable (useful if the monitor has speakers). DisplayPort does a similar job, at a cheaper price for manufacturers, so is unsurprisingly becoming more prevalent too!

Usually the best way to decide is to simply find out which outputs your computer has. If it only has one input, your choice is simple! Otherwise, you can base your purchase on other considerations. Also bear in mind your monitor may not come with the cable you need. They're not that expensive, but if you're looking for a cheap monitor it's worth checking the specs.


Flat screen LCD monitors have all but taken over from the older, deeper CRT models. And, in almost every way, that's a good thing: LCD monitors use less power, have higher resolution, are thinner and have more ports for you to plug in extra bits and bobs. Some complain about a lack of depth in the black of an LCD image, but few will really notice this outside of those working specifically with colour. In every other case, the benefits of LCD far outweigh any complaints - especially now the cost has come down so much (and is still falling).  

Monitor size and shape

The size of monitor you choose is likely to come down to the space you have available. You'll still find plenty of smaller (17-19-inch) monitors on the market, but the trend is definitely moving towards larger screens. Monitors as large as 27 inches (measured diagonally, top to bottom corner, as with televisions) are now commonplace, largely made popular due to falling prices. 

In terms of shape, you'll need to decide whether you want the traditional 4:3 (standard) size or a 16:9 widescreen monitor. This really is personal preference territory, but widescreen is obviously great for watching movies and offers additional width for displaying multiple windows while working. This has seen the format slowly replacing traditional 4:3 screens, as it has with televisions. But if you prefer the extra horizontal space a 4:3 monitor affords, you'll still find plenty of models to choose from.

Monitor resolution: The need for HD

HD (high-definition) monitors generally come in two flavours - HD Ready and Full HD, often referred to numerically as 720p or 1080p respectively. Full HD offers a higher resolution, meaning that you get a crisper, sharper image. However, unless you have a screen larger than 32 inches you're unlikely to be able to tell any difference at a normal viewing distance.

The best monitor for gaming

There are several things to consider if you're looking specifically for a gaming monitor. One is pixel response time - which is effectively a gauge of how quickly the pixels on screen change colour.  The time is measured in milliseconds (ms) and generally speaking, the lower the number, the better. 

If you use a screen with a high response time, you may spot 'ghosting' in the image. Ghosting causes the image to go slightly blurry and is caused when the computer monitor is unable to refresh quick enough to keep up with the action. It's most noticeable when there is a lot of movement happening on screen although you're unlikely to notice any difference when just doing everyday tasks, such as word-processing or web browsing.

Gamers tend to favour widescreen (or even ultra-wide 21:9) monitors at least 24 inches in diameter, with 27+ being optimal. The native resolution should be as high as possible (preferably ultra HD or 4K (3840x2160) - so well beyond standard HD), with HDMI connectivity to your PC.

Monitor bells and whistles

Once you've narrowed down your search, it's time to start working through the small print to hone in on your perfect monitor. Here are some of the extras you may want to consider looking out for:

  • Speakers: Great if it's a HDMI connected monitor, if you don't want little PC speakers cluttering up your workspace, or if you haven't connected your computer to other speakers. Just remember you're unlikely to get much base response from built-in monitor speakers.
  • 3D: Gimmick or not? You decide! 
  • Touchscreen: Again, many see this as a gimmick - but they're an increasingly popular choice in the monitor market.
  • USB ports: Having additional USB inputs on your monitor can be useful for easy access to connecting peripherals, rather than scrabbling around under your desk. 
  • iPod dock: Handy for easy streaming of photos, music and movies from a portable device. 
  • TV tuner: If you want your monitor to double-up as a TV, look for this feature.

I've found the best computer monitor: What next?

Once you've found your ideal PC monitor, it's time for Crowdstorm to hand you over to the online or high street retailer of your choice. We don't sell anything here - we just let you compare all the best deals and products. Once you click through on a deal, you'll immediately be taken to the retailer's official website - and on the right page to make your purchase. Happy shopping!