If your budget is tight and if you don’t want to spend more than Rs 10,000 then let’s find out the best monitor for you.
Right now I own GIGABYTE G27FC which is available at Rs 19,999 but when I was searching for monitors for myself, I saw some of the monitors under 10k too.
So let me share with you some of the monitors that I had selected for myself but ended with the GIGABYTE G27FC.
Best Monitors Under Rs 10000
The Monitor comes with a 21.50-inch FHD+ LCD display which is good considering the price tag, these days, smartphones below 10k don’t have the FHD+ display. So having FHD+ on the monitor is a good thing.
It also has a 75hz refresh rate and AMD Free Sync. So if you have AMD GPU then this will make things easier, nevertheless, the monitor will also work with Nvidia GPU, so there is nothing to worry about.
In the Box, you will get a Monitor, a 1.5m Power Cable, an HDMI Cable, and a Quick Setup Guide.
The Acer Nitro QG221Q comes with a 21.5-inch FHD+ display and a 75Hz screen refresh rate. It also has the same 250 Nits Brightness and 1ms response time which is the best for gaming
The only thing I didn’t like about Acer Nitro QG221Q is its display. I mean, it doesn’t have a bad display but it’s not as good as Samsung LF22T350FHWXXL.
The Acer Nitro QG221Q Monitor is priced at Rs 9,499 which is the best price for what you’re getting.
In short, if you want a gaming monitor under Rs 10000 then you can consider this monitor but for office work, I would recommend you consider the Samsung LF22T350FHWXXL.
LG 22MP68VQ Monitor comes with a 22-inches display and it has a 75Hz screen refresh rate. Now, if you’re a gamer then this one is not the best because it 5ms response time which is still, good but it’s not the best for gaming.
The good thing is LG has provided all the necessary cables in the box. By the way, the monitor has 250 nits of display brightness which will be good enough to watch movies or do office work.
Overall, this is a good option for day-to-day use. So for some reason, if you didn’t like the Samsung LF22T350FHWXXL then you can consider this monitor too, Both of these monitors have the same features except the Samsung one has an LED panel while the LG uses a VGA panel.
If you ask me, I would have gone with the Samsung LF22T350FHWXXL because of the display.
BenQ GW2480 comes with 24 inches display with 1920 X 1080 pixels resolution, this has a standard 60Hz screen refresh rate.
It also has Flicker-Free Technology which means whatever you do on this monitor, the screen won’t Flicker. Even if you’re shooting video, the screen will stay the same, it doesn’t give any kind of Flicker effect on the camera.
This monitor is totally built with plastic, so be careful with it because if you drop it, you won’t be able to use the monitor again or something will break.
Overall, this too is a good option under Rs 10,000 but if you want a modern design then you might not like this.
This too has an FHD+ display but it comes with a 60Hz screen refresh rate. It has 1 VGA Port, 1 HDMI Port, and 1 Headphone Port which is kind of normal but it’s there.
I don’t know whether you have noticed or not but this monitor has a curved display and it’s kind of rare under Rs 10000.
This Samsung 23.5-inch LC24F390FHWXXL is made out of plastic but the screen is the beauty. That curved display is the real hero, here.
Overall, if you’re looking for a curved monitor under Rs 10000 then you found one.
AOC 23.8 inch 24B1XHS comes with 3 years of warranty, so if something happens in the warranty period then you can always get a replacement for free.
It also has an FHD+ display with a 60Hz screen refresh rate and 7mp response time which is not that great but considering the price tag, can’t complain much.
If you see the image, this is an almost bezel-less monitor, there is a bottom bezel but left-right-top, there is no bezel. As I have said, all six monitors have the same feature, you have to choose the design and the rest of it is the same.
All in all, this monitor will look great in the office but it’s not made for gaming.
I have just mentioned the best monitors under Rs 10000 and yes, every single one of them has similar features. So you just have to choose as per your requirements.
So choose one out of six. Still, if you’re confused then feel free to drop a comment.
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