If HD seems too mainstream for you, here are a selection of some of the best 2K and 4K monitors that you can buy today!
ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278Q (Rs.70,000)
This isn't just any monitor, it's a 2K monitor that's been designed with gaming in mind and it supports a refresh rate of 144Hz and boasts of a response time of 1ms and supports g-sync! What more could you ask for?
Dell UltraSharp UP3214Q (Rs.1,35,000)
It's hard to justify spending upwards of a lakh on a monitor, but this isn't just any monitor– it's 32" of pure 4K visual bliss.
ASUS PB287Q (Rs.54,000)
A cheaper alternative to the Dell UP3214Q, but this is also a smaller alternative. Still, 4K at 28" is really not bad at all and the monitor supports a refresh rate of 60Hz as well, making it a great all-rounder.
BenQ BL3200PT (Rs.62,000)
For those whose systems can't handle 4K, you have the option of going for this beauty. It's "only" a 2K monitor, but it measures 32" diagonally and that's more than enough for a normal user.
ASUS PB278Q (Rs.45,000)
Another great monitor for those in search of 2K bliss, the PB278Q, while suffering from a minor amount of screen-tearing owing to the refresh-rate, makes for a very decent monitor. Though we will admit that Rs.45,000 is quite a budget.
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