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5 Best 4K Monitors Under Rs 40,000 in India (November 2022)

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4k Monitors Under Rs 40000

There are some people who want to buy a 4K Monitor but some people don’t want to spend 40k on a monitor, so if you’re like me then do take look at the 5 best monitors under Rs 20000.

Now, if you want to buy 4k monitors then let’s take a look at some of the best monitors for you.

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Samsung LU32R590CWWXXL

Samsung Sleek Curved Monitor LU32R590CWWXXL

If you want best looking 4k curved monitor then don’t look for anything else, just go for Samsung LU32R590CWWXXL 4k Monitor, I mean, just look at the images.

Now, when you get a good design, there will be some flow.

The Monitor comes with 32-inches 60Hz display and it has a 5ms response time. As you can see, this is not the best for gaming.

Now, if you work at home or do video editing then this is the best option as it has massive 32-inches curved display. Long story short, don’t buy this for gaming, it’s best for watching movies, video editing, doing homework, and any other things but not best for gaming.

Best Buy: Samsung LU32R590CWWXXL

GIGABYTE G32QC 4K Monitor

GIGABYTE G32QC Curved Gaming Monitor

GIGABYTE G32QC comes with a 32-inches 165Hz display and this is a 4k monitor. The screen response time is 1ms which is best for gaming and even for day-to-day use.

It also supports G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and the monitor has Height Adjustments which means, you can set up this monitor anywhere you want.

Yes, this is a curved display monitor which means, that if you love to play games then this could be the best setup for gaming.

Overall, if your budget is about 40k then I would, GIGABYTE G32QC is the best option for you but if you want a flat 4k Monitor then let’s take look at LG 27UK650 4K Monitor before that, here are the quick specs of GIGABYTE G32QC Monitor.

Best Buy: GIGABYTE G32QC 4K Monitor

Acer Predator XB281HK

Acer Predator XB281HK

The Acer Predator monitor comes with 28 inches display with a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. This is a gaming monitor that you can also use for your personal use too, it also has NVIDIA G-SYNC technology which will make your gaming experience more realistic.

This Monitor is priced at Rs 32,990 which is a good price for what Acer is offering. So if you’re looking for the best 4k gaming monitor then this could be a great option.

Best Buy Link: Acer Predator XB281HK

LG 27-inch 4K-UHD

LG 27 inch 4K-UHD

This monitor comes in two versions, one has 23 inches display and one has 27 inches display, and yes, the price for each monitor is different.

It comes with 27 inches display with 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution but this one comes with AMD Freesync technology.

It’s also compatible with all the Gaming Console, Fire Stick, and other product that supports 4k resolution. The LG’s 4K monitor is priced at 37,750 which is 27 inches version while 23 inches version is priced at Rs 24,990.

Best Buy Link: LG 27-inch 4K-UHD

Acer 31.5 inch

Acer 31.5 inch

Again from the same brand and the same screen size but it’s priced at Rs 32,500.

This too has all the features which we have seen on Acer ET322QK but the only thing I didn’t like is sound quality, yes the monitor has an in-build speaker but the quality is not that great, so it’s better to use external speakers or headphone.

Also, there is no height adjustment which means you can do anything about height. Like other monitors, Acer hasn’t included an HDMI cable in a package which means you have to use what you have or buy a new one.

Best Buy Link: Acer 31.5 inch

Asus PB287Q

Asus PB287Q

The last one is from Asus and it’s priced at Rs 35,990. This one looks a little bit old school, I mean the design is what we use to get in 2016. So if you want a modern design then you can skip this one and that’s why it’s here at the last.

It comes with 28 inches display with 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. The display is also adjustable which means you can use the monitor horizontally as well as vertically.

I won’t recommend this monitor to everyone because some people don’t want to use an old design, so first do check out the design and then place an order.

Best Buy Link: Asus PB287Q

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