That makes it one of the cheapest 32-inch 4K monitors around. While it doesn’t offer HDR, it comes with a VA panel, 60Hz refresh rate and 4ms response time. This makes it a better monitor for productivity – think of all that desktop real estate – but it’ll do a good job of gaming as well.
Acer ET322QKwmiipx 32-inch 4K monitor
£459.99 £319.97 at Ebuyer
This deal cuts 27% off this 32-inch 4K monitor. It comes with a DisplayPort and two HDMI ports for connecting your PC, games consoles and more. For the price, this is a great UHD monitor.
While this isn't going to be a monitor that gives you the ultimate image quality for games and media – the aforementioned lack of HDR puts paid to that – for the price, this is one of the most affordable ways of getting a large 4K monitor.
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