Can you genuinely get a first-class computer monitor on a tight budget? That’s the question Gung-ho! Gaming seeks to answer this week in our well-researched best budget PC gaming monitors 2017 list.
With terms like “4K”, “LED”, “1080p”, and “IPS” floating around everywhere on online technology store pages and product comparison websites, it can be difficult to get a simple and straight-to-the-point answer as to what these mean and what any of it has to do with how the monitor performs. Manufacturers are constantly touting that you need X, Y, and Z in a monitor or it’s not worth investing in; but is the genuine reality for consumers when it comes to the best budget monitors of 2017?
We’ll quickly clear this up and provide a handy guide to these PC monitor terms before we jump into the best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 that should be in your crosshairs this year. If you are already pretty tech-savvy when it comes to PC monitors and computer hardware in general, feel free to skip right ahead to the juicy details found in our detailed list.
What Do These PC Monitor Buzzwords Actually Mean?
Below we’ve provided simple definitions of the important terms often used to describe and categorise PC gaming monitors across the web; we hope you find it useful.
|Native Resolution||This is the default scale of pixels that the monitor can display; trying to display more or less than this number of pixels will reduce the quality and/or size of the images displayed.|
|1080p||A 1080p monitor is considered the high-definition gaming standard today and has a native screen resolution of 1920x1080|
|Refresh Rate||The number of times per second that the monitor can refresh what it displays. A 120Hz refresh rate is the standard for playing games at 60fps, however, higher refresh rate monitors allow for a seamlessly higher fps.|
|Response Time||This is how long the monitor takes to display a signal sent to it by a computer or device. This is usually measured in milliseconds (ms) and generally the lower, the better.|
|Contrast Ratio||This is the ratio of the brightness of the brightest white to the darkness of the darkest black of the monitor. A higher contrast ratio tends to co-inside with a superior display.|
|Bezel-less||The bezel is the solid outer rim of the screen on the monitor. Some prefer these to be smaller so that the screen is more of the main focus of the display.|
|Backlit||Backlit monitors, which are the standard now, are monitors that do not rely on outside light sources to display their screen correctly. Ergo, they have their own independent light source.|
|Anti-glare||This just means that the screen has been created in such a way that strong light sources, such as the sun, will have less of an obvious glare on the monitor.|
|LED||Short for 'Light-emitting Diode", this just means that the screen is made up of small LED lights which project their own light, giving you a clear and crisp display. This is the standard for most monitors nowadays.|
|IPS||Short for "In-plane switching", which is an industry standard for monitors now which allows for better colour display and a better view of the display from more angles.|
|4K||This is an ultra high-definition monitor which has a native resolution of 3840 × 2160. These monitors are still somewhat expensive these days but they offer a superior HD display.|
|DVI||Stands for "Digital Visual Interface". This is a type of cable input that the monitor supports. DVI is usually the standard these days, especially for gaming computers.|
|HDMI||This is a type of cable input that the monitor supports. HDMI is popular for both gaming and video. This is especially ideal for those looking to hook up their computers to a TV.|
|VGA||This is a type of cable input that the monitor supports. VGA is becoming less popular these days over somewhat superior inputs like DVI, HDMI, and displayport. We don't recommend VGA for gaming.|
|Displayport||One of the newer forms of display inputs which supports 4K monitors and TVs. Consider this cable if you're looking to future-proof your PC.|
|Freesync||AMD's display technology software which reduces latency and screen-tearing when in-game fps changes.|
|G-sync||Nvidia's display technology software which reduces latency and screen-tearing when in-game fps changes.|
Onto the Best Budget PC Gaming Monitors 2017
Now that we’ve busted some of the jargon that many manufacturers tend to use when advertising their PC gaming monitors, we can move onto the real as to what PC monitors we have earmarked for 2017.
If you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, or if you just want a quick overview, we’ve created another handy list for you. Below you’ll find a brief list of all the best budget PC gaming monitors 2017 that we’re going to be exploring.
- HP Pavilion 22cwa IPS LED Backlit Monitor
- Acer R240HY bidx Widescreen Monitor
- Samsung SF350 Series Slim Design Monitor
- BenQ GL2460HM LED-Lit Monitor
- ASUS MG28UQ 4K/UHD 28-Inch FreeSync Gaming Monitor
- LG 24UD58-B 24-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync
- Dell E2416HM G0RH1 24.0″ Full HD Monitor
|Name||Size||Native Resolution||Refresh Rate||Output(s)|
|HP Pavilion 22cwa IPS LED Backlit Monitor||21.5-inch||1920x1080||60Hz||HDMI & VGA||Check Price|
|Acer R240HY bidx Widescreen Monitor||23.8-inch||1920x1080||75Hz||HDMI, DVI, & VGA||Check Price|
|Samsung SF350 Series Slim Design Monitor||19-inch||1366x768||60Hz||HDMI & VGA||Check Price|
|BenQ GL2460HM LED-Lit Monitor||24-inch||1920x1080||60Hz||HDMI & DVI||Check Price|
|ASUS MG28UQ 4K/UHD 28-Inch FreeSync Gaming Monitor||28-inch||3840x2160 (4K)||60Hz||DisplayPort & HDMI||Check Price|
|LG 24UD58-B 24-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync||24-inch||3840x2160 (4K)||60Hz||DisplayPort & HDMI||Check Price|
|Dell E2416HM G0RH1 24.0" Full HD 1920 X 1080 Monitor||24-inch||1920x1080||60Hz||DisplayPort & VGA||Check Price|
Now, we’re about to get into the nitty-gritty details of the best budget PC gaming monitor of 2017, so grab a cup of tea or coffee, sit back, and let’s check out some awesome PC monitors.
- 21.5-inch LED Screen
- 1920×1080 Native Resolution
- 60Hz Refresh Rate
- HDMI & VGA Output
This is a very popular monitor you can buy online due to the fact that it brings together so many great features for a value-for-money price. Definitely a strong start to our best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 list.
This sleek PC gaming monitor has all the hallmarks of a great first-time or additional monitor for gaming. The 21.5inch LED screen allows for a high-definition viewing experience, featuring rich colour hues and sharp contrasts. This is perfect for those who want bang for their buck when it comes to PC gaming; a cheap but sturdy unit. The only disadvantage here is that many gamers want a big screen that will absorb them into the ambience of whatever their playing, so this monitor may fall slightly short of that.
The 1920×1080 resolution is the standard for PC gaming these days, along with a base 60Hz refresh rate which brings with it a smooth 60 frames per second you simply won’t get on consoles. As long as you have the great processing power that comes with owning a great tier computer, you should be able to run almost any game at 60 frames per second no problem. The only disadvantage here is that you may not be able to boost past 60 frames per second if you had plans to with this monitor, however, most gamers tend to be absolutely content at this level of gaming smoothness.
The HDMI and VGA outputs mean that this monitor is actually a good call for both gaming and work alike. You’ll no doubt get a seamless play experience by utilising the efficient HDMI output, while you would also be able to hook this monitor up to a projector via VGA to display your games, movies, or even slideshows across the wall. One downside of these outputs are that some graphics cards tend to use DVI outputs, however, by knowing what graphics card you have beforehand, you can make the right call with this PC gaming monitor.
In terms of design, this PC gaming monitor is bezel-less and features sleek black finish which will fit in well with almost any type of computer build, be it a hardcore gamer’s rig or a family-friendly entertainment PC. Like many of HP’s monitor designs, this one adds a modern touch to the usual monitor setup which many will appreciate when building their perfect image of a computer on their desk. One great aspect of the bezel-less design is that it makes this PC gaming monitor the perfect candidate for dual or multi-screen setups on a budget. All of this, and more, puts this monitor up high on our best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 list.
- 23.8 inch LED Screen
- 1920×1080 Native Resolution
- 75Hz Refresh Rate
- HDMI, DVI, & VGA Output
A step up from the previous monitor in our countdown best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 list, the Acer R240HY is a strong contender in almost all aspects of PC gaming monitors. This fact makes it a no-fuss choice for those new to PC gaming as well as veterans looking for an ideal addition to their current setup.
Boasting a larger-than-average screen for its price at 23.8inches, you will be getting bang for your buck when it comes to size and features. Because it’s a widescreen monitor, you’ll get a crisp and clear picture of whatever type of game you play, be it lush and flashy RPGs or beautifully hand-drawn puzzle games. The IPS (in-plane switching) element means that more intense light can be displayed on this monitor, meaning you’re getting the latest in computer display technology. You can also choose to upgrade to a large 27-inch version or a smaller 21.5inch version of this monitor if either of these options would suit you better.
At a native resolution of 1920×1080, you’ll be getting the full gaming experience that has become the standard in PC gaming in recent years. This high-definition resolution means your display will still look fantastic even with a high field of view setting in first and third-person PC games. The only negative here is that despite this monitor’s larger screen, its native resolution is still only as large as other smaller or similar monitors. However, this certainly shouldn’t be a problem for anyone who chooses this PC gaming monitor as their favourite.
One of the very best features of the Acer R240HY is its higher than average refresh rate, sitting at a commendable 75Hz. This will allow you to run games at a maximum of 75 frames per second if your rig can handle it, which is impressive considering that 60fps is becoming the standard in PC gaming. If you’re looking for a monitor to give you a solid refresh rate, this may be exactly the one for you.
When it comes to outputs, this is one of the stronger contestants in our list in terms of variety. This PC gaming monitor allows users to choose between HDMI, DVI, and VGA, making it a convenient piece of equipment indeed. This is great for someone who may need their monitor for multiple uses, such as everyday gaming and connecting to a projector. The only downside is that this monitor does not take advantage of the newest output, DisplayPort, which will likely be the new standard for outputs in the next few years. Still, this is certainly nothing to worry about when you’re thinking of buying a PC gaming monitor online after reading our best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 list.
While design and style are subjective, we think this monitor looks fantastic. It looks sleek, smooth, modern, and sturdy; it would suit almost anybody’s desk or unit without a hitch. The stand also isn’t too bulky and noticeable, which is a common complaint with monitors in the modern day. Overall, we think both newbies and veterans to PC gaming will absolutely love this choice of monitor. Well done Acer.
*One thing to note is that this monitor does not seem to come with a built-in stand – read the online manual on its product page for more info!
- 19-inch LED Screen
- 1366×768 Native Resolution
- 60Hz Refresh Rate
- HDMI & VGA Output
When we’re compiling a list of the best budget PC gaming monitors 2017, we naturally have to find solid choices which don’t break the bank. Alas, here is the Samsung DF350. This monitor is an absolute steal for those who are just getting started with PC gaming and who may be on a tight budget. Interest fact: it’s also extremely light for a monitor at 3.7lbs, making it great for those who tend to move around a lot.
This PC gaming monitor may only be 19-inches, however, this does not stop it from displaying vivid colours, deep levels of detail, and unmistakable contrast. Size certainly isn’t everything, the viewing experience is, and if you’re just getting started, you can’t go wrong with a budget monitor with these qualities. However, if the size isn’t to your liking, you can, fortunately, upgrade to the 22-inch version which will give you the wider screen experience you’re looking for. The base LED screen, while not large, is certainly high-quality and sturdy, especially as it’s from a well-known brand for electronics like Samsung.
At a 1366×768 resolution, this monitor does sacrifice some level of native resolution in order to drive down price, but this isn’t as much of an issue as people make out. As long as you don’t expect to be gaming from the complete opposite side of the room, this resolution should pose no problems whatsoever. Once again, this is an example of viewing experience mattering more than technical specifications. You can have a fantastic viewing experience with this monitor, it just depends on your own personal setup.
It just wouldn’t be a PC gaming monitor by today’s standards if this unit didn’t have a refresh rate of 60Hz. Thankfully, it does, meaning you’ll be able to get a smooth gaming experience like most others. Strap yourself in for responsive and fast-paced gaming with no clipping and no graphical lag whatsoever. Naturally, you’ll need to have a decent graphics card and RAM to ensure you get the full 60fps in every game you play.
Being a HDMI and VGA monitor, this unit is a decent choice when you need a monitor which can work for gaming and sometimes even work purposes as well. HDMI is widely used among many graphics cards so you should not have a problem. Unfortunately, with the popularity of DVI and the rising star that is DisplayPort, you won’t be able to stay on HDMI forever. This shouldn’t be a problem though as it will be some time before DisplayPort does become the industry standard.
Simple but efficient should be this PC gaming monitor’s motto as it does its job without looking too flashy; that’s what you want out of a good monitor though right? The sleek black design alongside its sturdy stand makes it an everyman’s display, ready to fit in whatever environment you want to put it in. Why not consider buying two or three in order to get the full multi-screen experience that makes computer setups extremely convenient to use? If you’re looking to find the real budget monitor from our best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 list, this is the one!
- 24-inch LED Screen
- 1920×1080 Native Resolution
- 60Hz Refresh Rate
- HDMI & DVI Output
The monitor we like to call “Ol’ Reliable”, the BenQ GL2460HM is pretty impressive in almost every single aspects, from screen size to outputs. We recommend this PC gaming monitor as part of our best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 list for either those who are just starting out with their computer build or for those looking for a good all-rounded monitor to grace their desk. BenQ are a popular up-and-comer when it comes to PC gaming monitors and it’s no surprise when they create solid units like this one.
The 24-inch screen is a perfect size for the budding PC gamer, giving you a full view of everything you need to see in-game with no issue. Say goodbye to tiny HUD elements and small character details you can’t make out, say hello to well-defined textures, open-world views, and dashing colours. Variety is the spice of light it would seem when it comes to this model as you can also opt for a 22-inch or a whopping 27-inch version if it suits your budget. There is even a 27-inch version of this PC gaming monitor which features IPS (in-plane switching), so you can mix and match features as you’d like. Just by taking a quick glance at the type of monitors BenQ produce, you can easily see that they make monitors that stand the test of time while ensuring that gamers get the viewing experience they deserve when playing their favourite games in 2017.
The familiar 1920×1080 native resolution rears its head again in this PC gaming monitor, a HD standard we’re all more than happy to pay good money for. A highly-detailed resolution like this means playing video games at their most optimal, and intended, resolution, bringing out their best features when it comes to graphics. Video games old and new of all genres look clear and focused in HD 1080p, so you certainly won’t go disappointed with the viewing experience offered by the BenQ GL2460HM.
Once again we see the standard 60Hz which is almost an absolute must for playing PC games in this day and age. 60 frames per second means smooth gaming as long as your graphics card is up to scratch and you have enough RAM to play the latest releases. When you consider that today’s generation of home consoles only run video games at a measly 30fps, you’re getting a great deal when you secure a PC gaming monitor of this calibre at these prices. Forget video games going all choppy and looking like a slideshow when it all gets a bit too much, the 60Hz refresh rate guarantees that this monitor can keep up.
Offering a good choice between HDMI and DVI, you can tell this monitor was made for today’s gamers. Most graphics cards will accept either of these two outputs which means whether you favour Nvidia or AMD, you won’t be settling for second-best. This also makes this high-quality monitor a great option for those looking to dual-screen or multi-screen their setup since you can mix and match between both of these popular outputs. While this monitor doesn’t offer DisplayPort as an output, it is still a perfectly fine choice of PC gaming monitor for today’s and tomorrow’s gaming.
Somewhat similar in design to the previous Samsung monitor, this offers many of the same stylish features but likely at a slightly better quality. BenQ simply aren’t about frills when it comes to their monitors, they’re all about the power, performance, and the convenience. As someone who probably wants one of the best budget PC gaming monitors 2017 for mid to high-end level gaming, you won’t regret investing in this model.
- 28-inch LED Screen
- 3840×2160 (4K) Native Resolution
- 60Hz Refresh Rate
- DisplayPort & HDMI Output
This is where we start to get into the real contenders for best budget PC gaming monitors 2017. The ASUS MG28UQ is a behemoth which brings together the features of tomorrow’s gaming PC setup. You won’t be left with a want for a better viewing experience after playing something stunning across this monitor’s display, we guarantee it.
This model features an enormous 28-inch LED screen which rivals some televisions. Whether you’re playing an RPG, shooter, driving, or puzzle game, you’ll be able to see everything from just about any indoor distance or angle. Naturally, this will make cutscenes almost cinema-esque due to the size and detail you will get to appreciate while watching this screen. Put simply, if you like big and wide screens, the Asus MG28UQ is for you. If you would prefer something a little more petite, there is a 23.6-inch version which will save you some desk space.
The 4K resolution is by far the most impressive feature of this quality PC gaming monitor, a specification that has everyone in the PC gaming sphere excited. The 3840×2160 native resolution is phenomenal, allowing levels of detail that just previously were not able to be appreciated in PC gaming. Expect only lifelike graphics and breathtaking views when you combine this powerful monitor with a leading graphics card and 4K-ready video game. Just think about it – 300% more content onscreen than a 1080p monitor; staggeringly good. Not only will you get to delve deeper into the world of your favourite video game worlds, you’ll also be able to browse the internet, carry out important tasks, and get work done fast by being able to juggle more elements on your display. With the added bonus of AMD’s freesync technology, changes in framerate will no longer cause stuttering or screen-tearing like they used to with older PC gaming monitors. The future is now with 4K gaming.
Of course, no modern monitor would be complete without a 60Hz refresh rate which allows for gaming at a smooth 60 frames per second. While this is great news for any PC gamer looking for the best budget PC gaming monitors 2017, some might argue this should be a little higher considering the high level of this unit’s other features. Despite this small criticism, no PC gamer should be able to turn their nose up at this fantastic piece of computer gaming equipment.
One of the only PC gaming monitors in our list to provide DisplayPort output makes this unit stand out from the rest, boldly being able to proclaim itself ‘future-proof’. DisplayPort will soon be the overwhelming standard in PC gaming, allowing for a distinct amount of stunning detail is any graphical information it sends over to be displayed. Move to DisplayPort if you purchase this monitor, you will not regret it. Of course, if for whatever reason you cannot currently enjoy the benefits DisplayPort has to offer, you can also use a popular HDMI output with the ASUS MG28UQ.
We like the design of this particular monitor as it is distinctively sharp, sleek, and glossy. You can tell that the designers of this PC gaming monitor decided to give this monitor a look that is both impressive but not too flashy. That’s why we can appreciate everything about the look of this monitor, from its shape and colour to its edges and stand; it looks great without trying too hard. This is definitely one of our top picks for best budget PC gaming monitor 2017.
- 24-inch LED Screen
- 3840×2160 (4K) Native Resolution
- 60Hz Refresh Rate
- DisplayPort & VGA
Our other top pick for a 4K monitor, the LG 24UD58-B is a titan on its own, allowing gamers to experience their video games in true detail and at a tremendous resolution. Almost every aspect of this PC gaming monitor will get you excited, from its DisplayPort compatibility to its modern and sleek design. If you’re looking for a 4K monitor which easily makes the list of best budget PC gaming monitors 2017, you’ve found it.
Allowing for tomorrow’s level of video game display at a size to fit any desk, this unit is offered at a respectable 24-inch at its basic level. However, you can also upgrade to a giant size of 27-inches if you’re looking for a monitor that will be easily viewable from all indoor distances. Whichever screen size you prefer, get ready for a great viewing experience all round. No matter if you’re commanding alien forces in Halo Wars 2 or bludgeoning Vikings in For Honor, you’ll be fully engrossed in the action with the LG 24UD58-B’s high-quality widescreen. Plus, because you know this PC gaming monitor is design, created, and manufactured by the experts at LG, you’ll know you’re getting a solid product.
Boasting the 4K (3480×2160) HD resolution we all crave, this PC gaming monitor blows most competitors out of the water when it comes to the best PC gaming monitors 2017. The immense amount of detail and the sheer volume of content you can fit on-screen brings a whole new experience to gaming on a computer. With this unit, you’ll get to enjoy sharper gameplay and cutscenes, smoother transitions, more detailed models and textures, and more vivid colours. 4K gaming is simply the future of PC gaming and it makes complete sense to future-proof yourself for when more and more triple-A titles are released which are compatible with this feature. Don’t say we didn’t tell you things were going this way…
While a 60Hz refresh rate is perfect for playing your favourite titles, once again the criticism could be made that because this monitor excels in all other aspects, why doesn’t it feature the ability handle above 60fps? While a fair point, perhaps gaming at 4K above 60fps would be too intensive for most rigs at the current time. Still, whatever way you think on this subject, this PC gaming monitor bring you exactly what you’ll need when it comes to the refresh rate optimal for gaming. Did you also know this monitor uses AMD’s freesync? This means you won’t have to worry about screen-tearing or any other graphical issues when your framerate drops or skyrockets during play.
You will already notice the trend of DisplayPort output when it comes to these more futuristic monitors. This is because DisplayPort makes 4K gaming what it is, the next stage in detailed and breathtaking computer displays. The DisplayPort output for this monitor will ensure that you’re getting the best viewing experience possible, a step above HDMI or DVI. this monitor also features a VGA output which can come in handy for work or recreation purposes, such as when you need to connect up your laptop to a better screen for a movie or slideshow.
Did we mention that we love the design choices made for this PC gaming monitor? Its dark grooves and slanted edges give it the look of a futuristic piece of technology you just can’t wait to make space for on your home desk. The LG 24UD58-B catches eyes wherever it goes, however, it really does suit being on a desk next to a high-end computer tower and quality mechanical keyboard. That’s if you ask us anyway. A solid choice from our selection of the best budget pc gaming monitors 2017.
- 24-inch LED Screen
- 1920×1080 Native Resolution
- 60Hz Refresh Rate
- DisplayPort & HDMI Output
Last, but not least, we finish on the impressively modern Dell E2416HM which while not a 4K gaming monitor, still shares some of the aspects of them as one of the best budget PC gaming monitors 2017. In many ways, this monitor combines a variety of positive attributes from all the monitors we’ve previously explored, making it a sound option if you happen to be struggling to make up your mind on which one to buy. Let’s take a look at what Dell has to offer us gamers.
A 24-inch screen is nothing to complain about at all, giving gamers a great space to work with. In RPG games like The Elder Scrolls or The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, you’ll be able to enjoy a large part of what makes these vast open worlds so lush to look at. If you’d prefer something a little wider, you can also opt for the 27-inch option which gives you that little bit more reach into the game world you so want to be a part of. Dell’s known for their terrific LED screens which really bring out the detail in characters, textures, and game objects. Expect nothing but a crisp, clear, and distinguished look and feel as you progress on your shiny new monitor which also includes IPS (in-plane switching). IPS allows for more intense lighting and shimmers and is a mark of the modern PC gaming monitor. This unit certainly does not leave you wanting when it comes to it high-quality display.
You’ll find that you get the good old and reliable 1920×1080 native HD resolution with the Dell E2416HM, which is an essential for any gaming PC. From playing video games in their intended resolution, giving succinct detail, to getting the full experience from high-definition video, you’re in for a treat. What makes this resolution special with this PC gaming monitor is that combined with its fantastic screen and IPS capabilities, you’re getting bang for your buck when it comes to price. Sometimes it’s all about the sum of all a monitor’s parts!
A boiler-plate 60Hz refresh rate is the high standard for any PC gaming monitor worth its salt. Fortunately enough, the Dell E2416 does not disappoint in this regard. Experience gaming which is superior to the ‘modern’ consoles and enjoy a smooth and seamless transition from level to level as you play. You simply can’t go wrong with a consistent fps of 60, and this quality monitor will keep you there assuming your system is up to the task.
The interesting part of this PC gaming monitor is that it uses the DisplayPort output even though it is not a 4K gaming monitor. You may ask; why DisplayPort but no 4K? Well, the short answer is that you still get a better display using this output regardless of whether you’ve got a 4K monitor or not. So straight out of the box, this non-4K monitor may just dwarf other competitors on its level simply because of this feature. For those who aren’t ready to make the jump to DisplayPort yet, fear not; the Dell E2416HM also features a HDMI output which will connect with almost any modern graphics card. You’ll be basking in the glory of high-end HD gaming in no time due to the convenient specifications of this popular PC gaming monitor – which is exactly why it makes our best budget pc gaming monitors 2017 list!
What we like about Dell’s PC monitor designs is that they tend to stay straight and simple, almost reminding of the first line of flatscreen monitors which were first released back in the 2000’s. This is by no means an insult as we find that many people actually like this slight tip of the hat to past models. Despite this, the monitor itself does still look very sleek and modern, looking perfectly capable in just about any environment. This strong all-rounder monitor would look at home next to a giant high-end rig or on a commercial office desk; that’s the charm we like about this PC gaming monitor.
Choose From Our Best Budget PC Gaming Monitors 2017 List Today
Well, there you have it, Gung-ho! Gaming’s list of the best budget PC gaming monitors 2017. We’re confident that whatever model you choose from our handy list, you’ll still have a great time playing your favourite titles. Let us know which one of these if your favourite in the comments, or if you think we’ver missed out an important one, let us know!
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