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IPS Monitor For Under £200 (Gaming and Photo Editing)

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December 27, 2013 3:44:37 AM

I'm looking for a new IPS monitor for gaming and photo editing for under £200.

I have been looking at these two.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asus-VN248H-23-8-inch-Monitor/d...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-H236HLBmjd-inch-Widescreen...

Wanted Features:
- 1080p
- 5ms response time or less
- At least 23"
- Good viewing angles
- Thin bezel

Preferably from Amazon UK.

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January 1, 2014 3:46:38 AM



Thanks for the reply but i've upped my budget to under £200 now as I want a good quality monitor, I think I will go with the Asus VN248H as it does everything I want it to do (and be).

If you have any other suggestions for under £200 they will be welcome!
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January 1, 2014 6:55:13 AM

guitarmatt99 said:


Thanks for the reply but i've upped my budget to under £200 now as I want a good quality monitor, I think I will go with the Asus VN248H as it does everything I want it to do (and be).

If you have any other suggestions for under £200 they will be welcome!


You are on the right path Matt with the http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... .
It has one of the lowest response times and best reviews of its kind, and is perfect for gaming and doing graphic arts/photoshop. :)  AOC has one of the thinnest borders with 5ms andIPS and here is the amazon link. http://www.amazon.com/AOC-i2367Fh-23-Inch-Screen-Monito... . The AOC seems to be the better buy since it is more affordable leaving you some money to put towards PC parts when needed. :) 
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January 1, 2014 9:04:05 AM

I'd recommend the Asus PB238TR as it has a better picture quality and more features than the VN248H. The stand is also much more sturdy and adjustable.
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January 2, 2014 2:30:04 AM

jay2577 said:
Why Amazon?
This is on sale http://www.ebuyer.com/466118-23ea63v-23-ips-led-1920-10...


Generally, Amazon has some of the cheapest prices with free delivery and you have up to a month to return and no questions are asked, plus its free to return! If there are better deals elsewhere then I will go with them though.
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January 2, 2014 2:36:21 AM

tmacg55 said:
guitarmatt99 said:


Thanks for the reply but i've upped my budget to under £200 now as I want a good quality monitor, I think I will go with the Asus VN248H as it does everything I want it to do (and be).

If you have any other suggestions for under £200 they will be welcome!


You are on the right path Matt with the http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... .
It has one of the lowest response times and best reviews of its kind, and is perfect for gaming and doing graphic arts/photoshop. :)  AOC has one of the thinnest borders with 5ms andIPS and here is the amazon link. http://www.amazon.com/AOC-i2367Fh-23-Inch-Screen-Monito... . The AOC seems to be the better buy since it is more affordable leaving you some money to put towards PC parts when needed. :) 


Thanks, I have been looking at the AOC however I read that the quality isn't as good, am I right in saying that the AOC has an e-IPS panel and the Asus has an ah-IPS? If so, is there a major difference between the two? And is the Asus worth the extra £50? I am planning in the future to get another monitor (the same one that I get in the net few months) and have a dual screen setup.

Oh, and I recently upgraded my PC for Christmas and I am running BF4 on ultra however this is on a 19" 1440 x 900 which is 6 years old, hence the need for a new monitor!
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