It’s time to talk about monitors because I haven’t written much about computers, so now, that time has come. Today let’s take a look at some of the best gaming monitors and non-gaming monitors under Rs 20,000.
Best Monitors Under Rs 20000
Gigabyte G27F, LG 27ML600, Lenovo G27c-10, AOC C24G1, and LG 29WL50S Ultrawide Monitor are the best monitors available under Rs 20000. All of them are good at what they offer, so let’s find out which one is the best for your usage.
Let’s start with the gaming monitor.
The Gigabyte G27F comes with a 27-inch 144Hz IPS display and it has all the features that you can find in any other budget gaming monitor.
Now, keep in mind, that this is not a curved display, so if you want a curved display then you can also take a look at Gigabyte G27FC.
The monitor has a 1ms Response Time which is good for a budget gaming monitor. It also has an Anti-Glare Coating and a Flicker-Free display.
Also, it has a three-way borderless display and there is a little bit of chin at the bottom which has Gigabyte branding.
Now, because of the LCD panel, this is also a good option for video editing too. Unlike, VA panels, LCD provides close to natural colors.
The LG 27ML600 Monitor comes with a 27-inch FHD+ IPS display with a 75Hz refresh rate and AMD Radeon Freesync 2.
The LG 27ML600 Monitor is priced at Rs 16,999 in INDIA. Again, this is not built for gaming but it does have a 75Hz refresh rate, so you can game on it but the experience won’t be the best.
It also has dual 5W speakers but the quality is not that great, so you will have t buy external speakers.
As the monitor has an LCD display, it will be a very good option for video or photo editing. For those who don’t know, VA panels try to boost the colors, so black will look a bit saturated on the VA panel while LCD doesn’t do that.
It’s the best option for office work or even for video editing it’s also available at a good price too.
If you want a gaming monitor under Rs 20,000 then you just found one, It has everything from a curved display to good good-looking design.
The monitor has a 27-inches 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Also, it has a VA panel which is the best for gaming and media consumption, again, this is not the best option for video or even photo editing.
Overall, if you’re looking for the best-curved gaming monitor then don’t look further, go with the Lenovo G27c-10 Curved Gaming Monitor but keep in mind, that this is not the best option for video editing.
If you want a curved gaming monitor and you don’t want to spend more than 15k then do consider the AOC C24G1.
The monitor comes with a 24-inches 144Hz display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and 1 ms response time and again, this is a VA panel.
The monitor looks great and does give you that gaming vibe. Also, do note, as this is a Curved display, it has a VA panel and we all know, that VA panels are that great for video editing.
I mean, you can edit videos but the colors will pop a little bit which is not good at all. It is better to go with LCD panels for editing videos or even photos.
The LG 29WL50S is specially made for video editors, It has a 21:9 Aspect Ratio which is the best for editing videos because you will be able to see, all the tools in a single setup.
It has a 29-inch IPS 75Hz display with 2560 x 1080 pixel resolution and this too has AMD FreeSync technology.
By the way, you can play games or even with movies but I feel, you won’t get the best experience because of that 21:9 Aspect Ratio.
For example, while watching movies, the left & right side corners will stay empty.
Overall, I don’t have to say this again still, if your end goal is to edit videos then don’t look for anything else, just order the LG 29WL50S Ultrawide Monitor.
The question is which is the best monitor under Rs 2000 in India?
I think you already know the answer but still, the Gigabyte G27F is a good option for gaming and even for video editing but if you want an ultra-wide monitor then you won’t find a better option than the LG 29WL50S
Also, mentioned all the other monitors are good too, so you can pick one as per your requirement.
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