There’s never been a better time to purchase a Cheap HDMI Monitor 2021 in the UK – with so much choice on the market from lots of manufacturers, you should easily find something which suits your needs and budget.
You may be wanting to buy a Cheap HDMI Monitor for your computer; perhaps as a main screen or second monitor for a duel-monitor setup. You can also buy a hdmi monitor for gaming, to connect to your laptop and so on! Please keep in mind that the following list of items is an opinion, equally they’re listed in no particular order and all product information was correct at the time of publication.
Monitor with HDMI Port
A monitor with HDMI port is pretty much the ‘standard’ way we transmit high-quality and high-bandwidth streams of audio and video between devices. The HDMI ports are found either on the video card or motherboard on the back of the computer, however not all computers and video cards have HDMI connectors. You will have to check your computer has an hdmi port before ordering a monitor as some PCs can have a Display Port, DVI, or VGA technology only.
In addition you may not be looking for a new PC screen at all, but might be wanting to buy a new HDMI gaming monitor – beginning with the seventh generation of video game consoles, most consoles support HDMI functionality. Video game consoles that support HDMI include the Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, Wii U and Nintendo Switch.
- 1 Philips 223V5LHSB2/00 21.5 -Inch LCD/LED Monitor
- 2 AOC G2260VWQ6 21.5″ Widescreen TN LED Black/Red Monitor
- 3 ASUS VP228HE Monitor – 21.5 Inch FHD (1920 x 1080)
- 4 HP 22w Full HD Monitor (1920 x 1080) 21.5 Inch (1 HDMI, 1 VGA) – Black
- 5 Dell SE2216H 21.5 inch LCD Monitor
- 6 Cello W2202S 22” Full HD LED Monitor with Speakers
- 7 LG 22MK400H 22 inch Screen (1920 x 1080, VGA, HDMI, 200 cd/m2)
- 8 Viewsonic VA2407H-E3 24-inch Full HD Home & Office Monitor (1080p, VGA, HDMI) – Black
- 9 Samsung S24D330 24-Inch LED Monitor
- 10 LG 24MP59G 24 inch 1ms 75Hz IPS Gaming Monitor (1920 x 1080, VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort, 250 cd/m2, AMD Freesync)
- 11 PC Monitor HDMI Buying Guide
- 12 What is a HDMI port?
- 13 What Monitor Screen Size to Choose?
- 14 What Monitor Screen Resolution is the Best?
- 15 What is an IPS Panel?
- 16 What Response Time should a Monitor have?
Philips 223V5LHSB2/00 21.5 -Inch LCD/LED Monitor
HDMI-ready for Full HD entertainment – Check out this super Philips 223V5LHSB2/00 21.5 Inch monitor with Smart Control Lite. It has a resolution size of 1920 x 1080, 5ms Response, 200 Brightness, VESA, VGA, and HDMI inputs as standard. There’s also SmartContrast for rich black details, a 16:9 Full HD display for crisp, detailed images and LED technology for vivid colours.
As a company Philips is headquartered in Amsterdam and are one of the largest electronics companies in the world. The company was originally founded in Eindhoven in 1891 by Gerard Philips and his father Frederik, with their first products being light bulbs. They currently employ around 74,000 people across 100 countries worldwide.
AOC G2260VWQ6 21.5″ Widescreen TN LED Black/Red Monitor
This amazing AOC G2260VWQ6 display delivers non-stop action for thrill-seeking gamers or computer users. It has been designed to feature a quick 1 ms response time which makes this monitor a real standout, eliminating ghosting and motion blur for fast-paced games and movies.
There’s integrated VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors which let you hook up multiple devices like your computer and game console at the same time. For long hours behind the screen, the G2260VWQ6 also features AOC’s enhanced Anti-Blue Light technology to reduce eyestrain and increase your viewing comfort.
ASUS VP228HE Monitor – 21.5 Inch FHD (1920 x 1080)
You may want to check out the ASUS VP228HE Monitor which has a 21.5″ FHD (1920×1080) resolution, 1ms quick response time to eliminate ghosting and tracers for more fluid video playback, Low Blue Light and is Flicker Free. This item also features ASUS-exclusive GamePlus which provides Crosshair and Timer function for better gaming experience if required and has robust connectivity options including HDMI and D-sub port – plus 1.5-Watt stereo speakers.
The Ultra-low Blue Light feature on this monitor offers a few different levels, for example Level 1 is ideal for normal web browsing, and gives you nice colour reproduction for lifelike visuals, minimal colour shift. Level 2 can be great when you’re viewing photos and videos, giving you a perfect balance of high image quality. Level 3 gives you the look of real paper, making it ideal for long hours of reading or word processing. Level 4 is ideal for environments with dim ambient light – for more information about this item and for ordering details please click on the button below.
HP 22w Full HD Monitor (1920 x 1080) 21.5 Inch (1 HDMI, 1 VGA) – Black
This HP 21.5 inch HD Monitor has a lovely sleek design and has been produced for immersive view. As you can see this item is nearly borderless on three sides and the micro-edge design delivers more screen in less space, ideal for multiple display setups and uses.
The product has been created to offer high quality from any angle, meaning you can easily watch and enjoy your content in an elegant full HD. You can also take advantage of the connectivity options with VGA and HDMI ports, which makes connecting your laptop or desktop completely seamless.
Dell SE2216H 21.5 inch LCD Monitor
This item has compatibility with both VGA and HDMI connectivity meaning you can easily ‘plug and play’ with a wide range of devices in your home or office. Did you know this Dell 22 monitor features ‘powernap’ that reduces screen brightness or puts the monitor in sleep mode when it’s not in use.
In addition this Dell monitor is made with arsenic-free glass and a mercury-free LED panel. You can easily tilt this item to your preferred viewing angle with the robust stand – enabling you to get the most out of your 21.5-Inch (54.6 cm) viewing area with improved thin bezels.
Cello W2202S 22” Full HD LED Monitor with Speakers
Made in the UK – This Cello 22” Led monitor has been nicely designed for use in a home or office environment. The full HD display delivers 16.7 million colours for greater colour depth as well as high Dynamic contrast at 4000: 1. For prolonged use, your eyes are protected and comforted by the flicker Free display and its low Blue Light output.
This monitor has a 1080p image resolution delivering clearer and sharper images. Full HD surpasses the video quality and sharpness of the original HD, providing 1080 lines with progressive scanning often referred to as 1080p. This item also includes built-in speakers for added convenience and ease-of-use.
LG 22MK400H 22 inch Screen (1920 x 1080, VGA, HDMI, 200 cd/m2)
This LG monitor has been designed to give you the ability to take it off the desk and hang it on the wall if you want. For some this can easily liberate the viewing options and save table top space with this wall-mountable LG screen. With clarify of 1080p Full HD, everything looks more detailed than standard HD and a lot more inviting.
With Radeon FreeSync, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout hi-res, fast-paced games. Radeon FreeSync has been designed to virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering. This item also has minimize input lag with Dynamic Action Sync so you can catch every single moment in real-time.
Viewsonic VA2407H-E3 24-inch Full HD Home & Office Monitor (1080p, VGA, HDMI) – Black
If you haven’t already why don’t you check out the Viewsonic VA2407H-E3 24-inch Full HD screen which has a 1920×1080 (1080p) resolution and superior pixel performance. You can now xperience the most amazing clarity and detail whether while working, gaming, or enjoying the latest in multimedia entertainment. Settings on this product include optimised Game, Movie, Web, Text, Mono, and Mac presets. Each preset offers specialised enhancements to gamma curve, colour temperature, contrast, and brightness to deliver the optimal viewing experience.
Also included as part of this item is the Flicker-Free technology and a Blue Light Filter help to eliminate eye strain from extended viewing periods . Equally the ViewSonic’s proprietary Eco-mode energy-saving feature is built into all ViewSonic LED monitors. The VA2407 supports laptops, PCs, Macs, and POS systems with HDMI, and VGA inputs.
Samsung S24D330 24-Inch LED Monitor
The Samsung S24D330 24-Inch LED Monitor has been designed for the gamer in mind, however it could also make a nice PC screen too. It has been created to feature eco-saving technology which reduces screen brightness for increased energy efficiency. In addition you should also notice that you can now experience darker blacks with Game mode and instantly optimize screen colours and contrast for gaming.
This product even includes Fflicker Free technology which reduces screen flickering for a more comfortable viewing experience. Included as standard is the 1 x S24D330 Monitor, UK Power Cable, HDMI Cable, Quick Installation Guide and Installation CD.
LG 24MP59G 24 inch 1ms 75Hz IPS Gaming Monitor (1920 x 1080, VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort, 250 cd/m2, AMD Freesync)
Are you searching for the ‘wow factor’ – if so this item should certainly be considered. The LG 24MP59G has been primarily designed as a Gaming Monitor, however you could easily use it at home or in your office too. For gaming the AMD Freesync offers high-end gaming without screen tearing or stuttering. Equally the 1ms Motion Blur Reduction maintains an objects clarity as it moves across the screen to remove blurring in fast paced games. Reducing the flicker level to almost zero, the Flicker-Safe feature helps you protect your eyes from exhausting flickers while watching a movie or playing your favourite game.
PC Monitor HDMI Buying Guide
Before diving in and purchasing a brand new screen, there’s a few elements you probably need to think about. These include the size of the screen, the resolution, refresh rates, response times and panel type.
- Screen Size – The screen size is measured from corner to corner diagonally, typically you’ll find most models in the UK will start from 15” up to 34”. Over the past decade or so the ‘standard screen size’ is around 22” – some people like to buy a little larger, others like to purchase a little smaller. It’s generally a personal preference and how much space you have on your desk/wall! However ‘generally speaking’ a larger screen size obviously offers larger viewing angles, better designs with more features and greater choice of connection ports.
- Resolution – It’s quite common for people to get confused by a monitor resolution, in basic terms it’s the number of pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. So that means the higher the resolution the sharper the picture quality will be. By far the most popular screen resolution is 1920×1080 as it provides a good picture quality with a nice amount of space. If you do decide to select a higher resolution you need to make sure your computers graphics card is compatibility to meet the demand.
To understand screen Resolution in more detail, it is typically related to the ‘shorthand numbers’ – this is the numbers which refers to the number of horizontal lines on the display. So for example here is the standard resolutions you may already know about:
- 720p = 1280 x 720 – HD or HD Ready
- 1080p = 1920 x 1080 – FHD or Full HD
- 1440p = 2560 x 1440 – QHD or Quad HD
- 2160p = 3840 x 2160 – 4K, UHD or Ultra HD
- 4320p = 7680 x 4320 – 8K (offers x16 the resolution of 1080p)
- Panel Type – You may not have really considered the panel type before, however it is basically the material of which the monitor screen is made from. In the UK most modern monitors are generally LCD (liquid crystal display) panels; however there are different types of LCD panels available.
- TN (Twisted nematic) panels – You would typically find these panels for fast-paced motion as they benefit from fast response times. However when it comes to viewing angles, contract ratio and colour reproduction they can be poorer compared to other options.
- VA (vertical alignment) panels – VA panels will give you better viewing angles and colour quality than the standard twisted nematic panels. VA panels are generally regarded as a ‘mid-range’ option, better than TN but not as good as IPS panels.
- Refresh Rate – The refresh rate is basically the number of times per second the monitor refreshes its image – this will be measured in hertz. So that means the higher the number, the more times per second the monitor refreshes. Typically the higher refresh rate a screen has, it will normally improve motion resolution which means moving images will appear sharper. If you’re needing a screen for watching movies or editing videos and so on, then a 60Hz is the minimum for a good quality monitor experience. But if you’re choosing a monitor for gaming purposes you may want to go higher so your all-round gaming experience will be smoother.
What is a HDMI port?
A monitor with HDMI port is pretty much the ‘standard’ way we transmit high-quality and high-bandwidth streams of audio and video between devices. The HDMI ports are found either on the video card or motherboard on the back of the computer, however not all computers and video cards have HDMI connectors.
What Monitor Screen Size to Choose?
The screen size is measured from corner to corner diagonally, typically you’ll find most models in the UK will start from 15” up to 34”. Over the past decade or so the ‘standard screen size’ is around 22” – some people like to buy a little larger, others like to purchase a little smaller. It’s generally a personal preference and how much space you have on your desk/wall!
What Monitor Screen Resolution is the Best?
It’s quite common for people to get confused by a monitor resolution, in basic terms it’s the number of pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. So that means the higher the resolution the sharper the picture quality will be. By far the most popular screen resolution is 1920×1080 as it provides a good picture quality with a nice amount of space. If you do decide to select a higher resolution you need to make sure your computers graphics card is compatibility to meet the demand.
What is an IPS Panel?
IPS stands for in-plane switching, an IPS Panel tends to deliver better colour quality and are good for viewing at a different angle. Generally they tend to be the most expensive panels on the market, but are usually considered to be the ‘best’ by many users.
What Response Time should a Monitor have?
In general the shorter the response time of your screen, the better. But for many it’s not really a big priority unless you’re gaming. The response time tell you how long a monitor takes to change individual pixels from black to white or if you buy a screen with ‘GTG response time’ it will tell you the time from changing between one shade of grey to another. You may find that products with a longer response time can mean motion blur when gaming or watching fast-paced videos.
We’re constantly updating this page with new and exciting items that we think you’ll love, so remember to check back on a regular basis for new updates. Hopefully you’ve found the information on this Cheap HDMI Monitor section helpful and informative, as well as finding a product which suits your needs and budget.