Best 4k Monitors Under 500

Best 4k Monitors Under 500 – Our recommendations are based on what we think are the best monitors under $500 currently available. They’re adapted to be valid for most people. Rating is based on our review, factoring in price, and feedback from our visitors.

If you would prefer to make your own decision, here is the list of all our reviews of monitors under $500. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. Most monitors are good enough to please most people, and the things we fault monitors on are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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1.ASUS ProArt Display 27″

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The ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV is a very good budget-friendly monitor that’s intended for creative professionals. Its superb ergonomics, high peak brightness, and wide viewing angles make it a good fit for nearly any type of workspace. It comes with good color accuracy out-of-the-box and it has an excellent SDR color gamut; however, it can’t display a wide color gamut and doesn’t support HDR. It has impressive gaming performance despite its professional-looking design, as it has a fast response time, Adaptive Sync support, and a 75Hz refresh rate that makes fast motion look just a bit more fluid.

Unfortunately, it has a low contrast ratio and mediocre black uniformity, which is expected of most IPS panels. On the bright side, it provides a generous number of USB ports and even has a pair of built-in speakers.

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2.ASUS VP249QGR 23.8”

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The ASUS VP249QGR is an affordable 24″ 1080p 144Hz IPS gaming monitor. It provides excellent image quality, smooth performance and many useful features for the price. There are better (though slightly more expensive) alternatives, but if you have a limited budget you won’t be disappointed by the VP249QGR.

Here’s the kicker: the 1080p resolution looks crisp and sharp on the 23.8″ viewable screen of the ASUS VP249QGR. You get a decent pixel density while the resolution is not too demanding, allowing you to maintain high frame rates even with entry-level gaming GPUs easily.

Lastly, the monitor has a flicker-free backlight and an integrated low-blue light filter with four different reduction levels, which can prevent headaches and eye strain caused by prolonged use of the monitor.

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3.Acer R240HY bidx

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As with many midrange monitors, the R240HY lacks USB ports and speakers. It’s also missing a DisplayPort input. Picture settings are basic and include Brightness, Contrast, and Blue Light adjustments, along with the usual analog (Position, Focus, and Clock) settings.

You won’t find any advanced settings, such as the 6-Axis-Color and Gamma settings that you get with the Acer H257HU. Picture presets include User, ECO, Standard, Graphics, and Movie modes. The R240HY comes with a three-year warranty on parts, labor, and backlight. Inside the box are DVI, VGA, and HDMI cables.

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4.ASUS TUF Gaming VG279QM

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The ASUS TUF Gaming VG279QM is an excellent gaming monitor. The 280Hz refresh rate delivers exceptional motion handling, with extremely fast response time, low input lag, and an optional black frame insertion feature. Unlike most monitors on the market, the black frame insertion feature can even be used simultaneously with the variable refresh rate feature.

Like most of ASUS’ TUF lineup, it also has outstanding ergonomics, a simple design, and great build quality. It’s a great monitor for most uses, but the low-resolution screen might disappoint some users, as it’s not as good for office use or for multitasking, but overall, this is a great monitor for any usage. Unfortunately, it’s not a good choice for console gamers, as it has an extremely high input lag at 60Hz.

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5.Philips 272E1CA 27″

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Philips employs here a 27-inch vertical alignment (VA) screen with a native resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels (1080p). Its pixel density is 82 pixels per inch (ppi), which is fine for general-purpose use but less than ideal for photo buffs or videophiles. All else being equal, the higher the pixel density, the sharper the image should be.

You can adjust the monitor’s tilt, but this model lacks height, swivel, or pivot control. (Given the screen curve, the lack of pivot is no great shakes, but the other adjustables are missed.) The 272EC1A has an inch-thick bezel across the bottom and minimal bezels across the top and on the sides, making it a good choice for a multi-monitor setup.

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Best 4k Monitors Under 500 – Monitors come in many shapes and sizes, with designs ranging from simplistic office monitors that blend into the decor to fancy gaming monitors with extreme designs. Whether it’s for work or play, there are many good monitors available for under $500. From excellent gaming features to the largest screens you can get, there is something for everyone in this price range.

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