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Top best Monitors Under Rs 50,000 in India (Updated)

Best Monitors Under Rs 50000
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Finding the best monitor in India is a bit hard because we have tons of options to choose from but to make things easy for you, I have searched everywhere and finally, come up with these monitors.

So if your budget is Rs 50,000 and you want the best monitor, you’re in the right place. Let’s jump to the list…

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Asus ROG Strix Gaming Monitor (XG248Q)

Asus ROG Strix Gaming Monitor (XG248Q)
Display Size23.8-inches Display
240Hz Refresh rate
(‎1920×1080)
Dimensions‎55.88 x 25.4 x 38.61 cm;
5.99 Kilograms
Response time1ms
SpeakersNo
Connectivity PortsDisplayPort 1.2,
Dual HDMI 2.0
and USB 3.0
Other FeaturesG-Sync Compatible Ready
TUV Rhineland-certified Blue light filter
and flicker-free backlighting
IN the box‎Power cord
Power adapter
DisplayPort cable (Optional)
USB cable(Optional)
Quick start guide
Acrylic LED light covers
HDMI cable (Optional)
Support CD Warranty Card

Let’s start with the gaming monitor, the Asus ROG Strix Monitor is built for gaming, so if you buy this monitor, make sure you play games on it. By the way, this is a flat monitor, so if you want a curved gaming monitor then check out the next monitor.

It comes with a massive 240Hz refresh rate and 23.8-inches FHD+ display. This is a small display but as this is an FHD+ screen, 23.8-inches is the best resolution.

The monitor doesn’t have built-in speakers and also, all the other monitor mentioned doesn’t have speakers except one monitor.

Related: Best Monitors Under Rs 40000 in INDIA

Talking about the display, it has good quality LED display, whether you want to watch movies or play games, there won’t be any kind of problem.

Overall, if you wanted to feature a rich gaming monitor and if your budget is Rs 50000 then this is by far the best gaming monitor you can buy but if you want a curved gaming monitor then let’s take look at the next monitor.

LG Ultragear Monitor (34GL750-B)

LG Ultragear Monitor (34GL750-B)
Display Size34-inches Display
144Hz Refresh rate
HDR 10
(2160 x 1080)
Dimensions‎82.04 x 27.94 x 44.45 cm;
8.3 Kilograms
Response time1ms
Speakers No
Connectivity Ports‎DisplayPort,
Headphones Jack
HDMI x2
Other FeaturesG-Sync Compatible Ready
Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync)
Anti Glare Screen
Wall Mountable
Curved Screen
HDR 10 with sRGB 99% IPS Screen
and flicker-free backlighting
IN the box‎1 Unit of Monitor,
1 Unit of adapter & cable

You wanted a curved gaming monitor, here I present to you LG Ultragear Monitor. It comes with a 34-inches FHD+ display with a 144Hz screen refresh rate and it has a 1ms response time.

The monitor is compatible with G-Sync & FreeSync. Also, it doesn’t have a built-in speaker but it does have a headphone jack, so you can plugin in earphones.

As this is an HDR10 display, it will provide better image quality while playing games or even waiting for movies. Good thing is, the display doesn’t provide over-saturated colors but if you want more colors then you can use Vivid mode.

Overall, if you want a wide and curved display then this could good option to look at. Now if you want to go with Samsung Monitor then let’s take look at the newly launched Samsung Odyssey G5 Monitor.

Samsung Odyssey G5 Curved Monitor (LC34G55TWWWXXL)

Samsung Odyssey G5 Curved Monitor (LC34G55TWWWXXL)
Display Size34-inches Display
165Hz Refresh rate
HDR 10
(3440 x 1440)
Dimensions‎27.3 x 80.7 x 47.5 cm;
5.6 Kilograms
Speakers No
Response time1ms
Connectivity Ports‎DisplayPort,
HDMI x2
Headphone Jack
Other FeaturesAMD FreeSync Premium
Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync)
Anti Glare Screen
Curved Screen
HDR 10 Screen
and flicker-free backlighting

Samsung Odyssey G5 is a newly launched monitor by Samsung in India. Also, as this is a Samsung monitor, this is a bit pricey.

The monitor comes with a 34-inches HDR10 display with a 165Hz refresh rate while the response rate is 1ms which is good but considering the price tag, it should have been lower.

When it comes to a display, no one can beat Samsung and the same can be said for the Samsung Odyssey G5. It has the best display and also that 165Hz will make give the smoothest gaming experience.

By the way, it can work on PS5 or Xbox Series X or you can also use Fire TV to watch movies.

Overall, if you want Samsung Branded Monitor then this is the best option but if you can work with other brands then you will love the next monitor.

GIGABYTE G32QC Curved Gaming Monitor

GIGABYTE G32QC Curved Gaming Monitor
Display Size32-inches Display
165Hz Refresh rate
HDR400
(2560 x 1440)
Dimensions‎27.3 x 80.7 x 47.5 cm;
5.6 Kilograms
Speakers No
Response time1ms
Connectivity Ports‎DisplayPort,
HDMI x2
Headphone Jack
Other Features94% DCI-P3,
VESA Display HDR400,
FreeSync Premium Pro,
G-Sync Compatible Ready
Anti Glare Screen
Curved Screen
HDR 10 Screen
and flicker-free backlighting
In the Box‎Monitor,
Stand,
Adapter,
HDMI Cable,
DP Cable,
USB Cable

This should be your first choice if you want to buy the best gaming monitor for under Rs 50000. The GIGABYTE G32QC Curved Gaming Monitor has all the features that a gaming monitor should have and it’s also way cheaper than all the other monitors.

It has a 32-inches display with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution. The response rate is 1ms and it doesn’t have built-in speakers. By the way, the display is compatible with HDR400.

The monitor is also compatible with FreeSync and G-Sync.

Overall, if you want the best gaming monitor then this could be a good option. Now if you don’t want to spend 38k then Gigabyte also offers another model below 30k which is GIGABYTE AORUS CV27F 27″.

By the way, right now I’m using the GIGABYTE AORUS CV27F 27″ and it’s working fine but if you want some extra features then you can go for GIGABYTE G32QC Curved Gaming Monitor.

LG Monitor (32UL750)

LG Monitor 32UL750
Display Size32-inches Display
60Hz Refresh rate
HDR600
(3840 x 2160)
Dimensions‎23 x 72.8 x 49.2 cm;
7.3 Kilograms
Speakers Yes
Response time4ms
Connectivity PortsUSB C
HDMI x 2,
Display Port
Headphone Jack
Other FeaturesDCI-P3 95%,
Radeon FreeSync,
Inbuilt Speaker (5W x 2),
Height/Tilt Adjustable Stand
Anti Glare Screen
Curved Screen
and flicker-free backlighting
In the Box‎Monitor, Stand,
Power Adapter & Cable,
HDMI Cable, Display Port

Here comes, the last monitor on this list. There will be some people who don’t want to buy Gaming or curved monitors and for those people, I have selected LG Monitor (32UL750).

The only monitor in this list to have built-in speakers, not the speakers are good but it’s not the best. If you want the best sound experience then I would recommend investing in good external speakers.

LG Monitor (32UL750) comes with a 32-inches 4k 60Hz refresh rate and it has HDR600 compatibility.

Overall, if you want the best flat 4K monitor for work, video editing, watching movies or anything else except gaming then go for LG Monitor (32UL750). By the way, as this is a flat monitor, you can wall mount this.

If you’re okay with a Curved display then I would suggest you go with Samsung Sleek Curved Monitor.

Samsung Sleek Curved Monitor LU32R590CWWXXL

Samsung Sleek Curved Monitor LU32R590CWWXXL
Display Size32-inches Display
60Hz Refresh rate
(3840 x 2160)
Dimensions‎23.8 x 71.3 x 51.5 cm;
4.8 Kilograms
Speakers No
Response time4ms
Connectivity Ports‎DisplayPort,
HDMI x2
Headphone Jack
Other Features4K UHD image resolution
1 Billion Colors
Anti Glare Screen
Curved Screen
and flicker-free backlighting
In the Box‎Monitor,
Power cable,
HDMI Cable,
Quick Setup Guide

Now, let’s put the gaming side for a second. The Samsung Sleek Curved Monitor LU32R590CWWXXL is by the far the best-looking monitor you can buy, its Curved and slim panel which is rare at this price tag.

By the way, this is not built for gaming but of course, you can game on it but it doesn’t have a 144Hz, 165Hz, or even 75Hz refresh rate.

Samsung went with a 60Hz refresh rate which huge problem for those who are looking for monitors for video editing or entertainment purpose.

For those who are wondering, the monitor has a 4K display panel. So yes, you can stream 4k content on apps like Netflix or Prime Video. Again, the monitor doesn’t have built-in speakers.

Overall, if your highest priority is not gaming and if you want to monitor for watching movies, work, or video editing then this could be a good option. Look at it this way, don’t buy for gaming, but for everything else.

Conclusion: Best Monitor Under Rs 50000

This time, it is hard to choose the best Monitor and that’s why I have selected two monitors, so choose one as per your need.

If you wanted the best gaming monitor under Rs 50000 then just go for Asus ROG Strix Gaming Monitor (XG248Q) but if you want to monitor for casual work then Samsung Sleek Curved Monitor LU32R590CWWXXL would be a good option.

That was my pick, you can choose any one monitor from this list and you won’t be disappointed after buying. Still, if you have any questions then do let me know in the comment, and we’ll chat about it.

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