It has become so popular that reviewers have called it a “god-tier monitor” thanks to its brilliant features and screen. Our writer owns the 4K version of the screen and it might be one of the best monitors we’ve tried. 

One reviewer said: “People aren’t lying when they call this a god tier monitor. I got this from Amazon Warehouse at nearly half the retail value and it feels like a steal at that price.

“The qd oled display is stunning! The inky blacks are next level compared to any other monitor or even tv i’ve seen and the HDR is amazing in games that implement it properly.”

But at a price of more than £600, it’s a very big investment. Others have also complained about how they needed to update the firmware of the screen to get the full experience from the monitor which might be a hassle if you don’t know how to do it. 

If you do want an alternative and don’t want to pay a bit more, Dell is selling the upgraded 4K version of the monitor here for £910.