Curved TVs are plainly pretty stupid, but curved monitors, which actually bend around your head at a very close distance? That’s something I can get onboard with.
You don’t need an ultrawide, curved gaming monitor, but they sure are fun, and your desk is really the place where you’ll actually appreciate that curvature. The Massdrop Vast’s feature set and value proposition make taking the plunge more tempting than ever.
Cyber Monday is a great excuse to upgrade your home office or PC gaming battle station, as Amazon is running a wide-ranging sale on computer monitors, docking stations, and monitor arms for one day only.
You might have heard of quantum dots in the context of TVs, but Samsung uses them in a 4K computer monitor as well, and their 28" model just got a massive price drop.
It feels like just yesterday that buying QHD (2560x1440) displays from Korean eBay sellers or Monoprice for like $300 was an insane deal. Now you can get one from Amazon with Prime shipping for just $160. Sure, it’s not 4K, but a lot more computers will be able to drive it.
If you’re ready to make the leap to a 4K monitor (and if you’re sure your computer can handle it), this 27" LG IPS display is down to its best price in about a year on Amazon.
4K monitors might be the new hotness, but QHD (2560x1440) is compatible with more computers, and still offers up enough resolution and screen real estate for just about everyone. This Lenovo model is only $150 today, and while it’s not IPS, it’s the best price we’ve ever seen on a non-refurbished QHD screen.
4K monitors might be the new hotness, but QHD (2560x1440) is compatible with more computers, and still offers up enough resolution and screen real estate for just about everyone. This Monoprice model is refurbished, but $140 is absolutely insane for a 27" QHD IPS display.
Assuming your computer can handle it, a 4K monitor is one of the best upgrades you can make to your computing experience, and it’s never been cheaper than it is today on Amazon.
One of the most exciting parts of the USB-C era is the cable’s ability to drive massive monitors all on its own, and you can take advantage with this QHD IPS display from Acer, now down to $320.
I know 4K is the new hotness, but 2560x1440 QHD monitors still give you a ton of screen real estate, and work with a wider variety of computers. So if you’re looking to upgrade your workspace, $170 is a terrific price for a QHD IPS panel, let alone one from a top-tier manufacturer like Acer.
Update: Sold out.
Update: Sold out
Black Friday savings aren’t limited to big, fancy 4K monitors (like this one). If you’re in the market for basic 1080p screens to build-out a multi-monitor workstation, Amazon’s got you covered today.
Assuming your computer can handle it at 60Hz, your next monitor should probably be 4K, and BuyDig’s offering big savings on two different LG IPS panels today.
There are hundreds of computer monitors out there with higher resolution, better screen technology, or more customization options; but if you really just want to built out a multi-monitor setup at your home office without spending a ton of cash, $80 is a great price for a 24" 1080p display.