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Best monitor deals 2022: Unbeatable discounts on monitors from Acer, Huawei, Philips and more

Will Georgiadis Duncan Robertson
17 Jun 2022

Power up your productivity or get your gaming rig in gear with the best monitor deals this May

This month, picking out the best monitor deals doesn't need to be stressful. It can be a challenge to navigate the corridors of the multitude of online retailers, particularly given the vast amount of choice, but it needn't be that way. After all, now is an excellent time to grab yourself the perfect panel for productivity or after-hours gaming at a uniquely low price.

To that end, we're here to help. We're always on the lookout for great monitor deals and below you'll find our pick of the best we've found so far this month. Whether you're looking for a simple, inexpensive panel for work or the most luxurious gaming monitor money can buy, there's something here for you.

If you don't like what you see, don't fret: we'll be updating this page regularly, so check back again soon for more fresh deals.

The best monitor deals this June

1. Huawei MateView (was £600, now £499)

The effortlessly stylish and unusually proportioned Huawei MateView is enjoying a great discount at the moment. This 28.2in 4K+ monitor usually sells for £600 but has since dropped to £480. If you like the way an iMac looks but don't want to spend over £1,000 on one, the MateView delivers a similar effect (minus the built-in PC).

Panel size: 28.2in; Resolution: 3,840 x 2,400

Buy now from Amazon

2. AOC AGON AG273QXP (was £430, now £280)

This is a real steal. The AOC AGON AG273QXP is a 1440p monitor with a 27in display and a refresh rate of 165Hz. All good, so far. What’s truly impressive about this monitor, however, is how well it performed in our in-house tests. It produced a whopping 99.9% of the sRGB colour gamut and 95.6% of the DCI-P3 gamut. It has a versatile stand that won’t get in your way and has extremely convenient hooks on the sides for hanging a headset on, and has a bundled LED ring light.

Panel size: 24.5in; Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080

Buy now from Box

3. Philips 243B9H (was £300, now £270)

When it comes to home office monitors, it doesn’t get much better than the Philips 243B9H. It has a flexible stand, a built-in webcam and a USB-C port that supports data transfers. On a technical note, it produced 90% of our sRGB colour gamut test with low colour variance and a great contrast ratio. It uses IPS technology too, so viewing from all angles looks great. For a non-gaming specific monitor it has a decent refresh rate of 75Hz which should be more than enough for daily office work and some light gaming on the side. Its usual price is already something to jump at, but with £30 off, you’d be mad to miss this one.

Panel size: 24in; Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080

Buy now from Amazon

4. ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQ (was £850; now £739)

If you’ve been waiting to get yourself a 4K gaming monitor in a sale, here’s your chance. The Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ is one of the best 32in gaming monitors we’ve come across, and it’s built specifically for PC and next-gen gaming consoles. With two HDMI 2.1 ports and a variable refresh rate that maxes out at 144Hz, this monitor is something to behold. It supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, and Nvidia G-Sync. The PG32UQ’s technical resume goes on and on, so if you’re looking for one of the best 4k gaming monitors around, now would be a great time to save yourself £110.

Panel size: 32in; Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160

Buy now from Argos

5. Acer Predator XB253QGX (was £350, now £250)

The Acer Predator has a superb refresh rate of 240Hz and a quoted response time of 1ms for when those lightning quick reactions make all the difference, and you’ve got a computer that can give you lots of FPS. Either way, your performance will be helped by the 1080p resolution of this monitor, and its small size means you can focus on what matters. We commended it in our full review for its accurate colour reproduction and its neat stand that won’t get in the way of keyboards and mouse pads. This is the monitor for the gamers who want to perform their best in every match.

Panel size: 24.5in; Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080

Buy now from Amazon

6. HP X27qc (Was £280, now £190)

In our opinion, this is one of the best value gaming monitors you can get your hands on. It’s a 1440p, 165Hz curved monitor with a ridiculous peak contrast of over 5,700:1. It’s a good thing, too, because the X27qc doesn’t support HDR or have much in the way of height and tilt adjustments. We can forgive its few quirks, though, especially with a peak luminance of 500 nits.

Panel size: 27in; Resolution: 2,560 x 1,440

Buy now from Amazon

7. LG UltraWide Monitor 34WN780-B (Was £520, now £490)

One of our favourite budget ultrawide monitors is currently on offer. One of the biggest gripes that comes with ultrawides is how clunky and unwieldy they can be. This one from LG, however, has an ergonomic arm that makes swivelling, tilting, extending and manoeuvring a total breeze. It also managed to score a whopping 98% on our colour gamut tests, and it supports AMD FreeSync. If you’re in the market for an ultrawide, opportunity has come knocking.

Panel Size: 34in; Resolution: 3,440 x 1,440

Buy now from Amazon

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