The best monitor deals on Amazon range from affordable Full HD models with 25- to-27-inch displays from HP and Acer, respectively, to 34-inch curved screens from LG, for example. You can pick up nearly whatever type of monitor that tickles your fancy for a discount on Prime Day.
One of the most important upgrades you could ever make to your PC – whether it’s for simple personal use, work or gaming (especially gaming) – is the monitor. It captures about 99% of the computing experience within its bezels, so your monitor better make the work you’re doing or games you’re playing all the better.
Before getting into any of these sweet monitor deals, consider your wants and needs for your PC. For instance, don’t go buying a 4K IPS monitor from LG unless you have the hardware inside your computer to power all those pixels. Check out all of the hottest monitor deals on Prime Day below, but act quickly, as all of these deals expire on July 17 at 11:59pm PT.
Samsung U28E590D 28-inch UHD | was $302.99 now $249 on Amazon
If you're looking for an affordable way to get a Ultra-HD 4K Monitor to enjoy all your content, you're in luck. Right now, for Amazon Prime Day, you can pick up the Samsung U28E590D 28-inch UHD Monitor for a breathtaking 44% off.
LG 34-inch UltraWide 144Hz| was $509 now $384 on Amazon
If you want a hardcore gaming battle station, look no further. This 34-inch monitor boasts a 2,560 x 1,080 display with a 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync, for sharp, smooth, tear-free gameplay. Plus, USB ports on the back make it easy to manage your cables.
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