I have a Samsung monitor that I have bought several years ago with 350$ and is not 4k. Because my monitor is not 4K I always wonder if it would be better to have a cheap 4k monitor to benefit from the high resolution that it offers. After doing some digging around it looks like the cheapest 4K monitor is at around 180$ mark for 27″ which is almost half of what I have paid, but it is worth?
The cheapest 4k monitor that money can buy is Sceptre 27 which is about 180$ and has an interesting design and all the basic features that you need.
- 27″ 4K UHD IPS monitor
- Superior IPS panel
- Game mode: RTS and FPS
- Built-in speakers
- 3840 x 2160 (4K) UHD IPS
- DVI, HDMI 2.0, HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort
- Built-in Speakers
- Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
- Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 1,000,000:1
Even if is not having HDR or Sync options or a high refresh rate at the 180$ price it is a good deal. The monitor is not that bad and it can be a very good option for the ones with a tight budget that wants a 4K monitor. The design is pleasant it is having multiple connectivity options and can be set on third-party stands.
For a more detailed review of the Sceptre 27″ 4K LED Monitor, see the below video to see what exactly it has to offer.
Sceptre 27″ IPS Ultra 4K LED Monitor is a great option for a tight budget, it has all the options that a basic user needs. The design is nice and the colors are good + a 4k 60hz is enough for browsing, blogging and watching some movies from time to time.
- 27" 4K UHD Monitor
- 2 x HDMI (2.0 & 1.4), 1 x Displayport, 1 x DVI