Update (8/22 3:45pm): Adorama has the Samsung 24-inch 4K Ultra HD Monitor for $249.99 shipped (Reg. $300). Features include HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort inputs, picture-in-picture and more. Rated 4/5 stars by nearly 600 reviewers.
Amazon offers the LG 29-inch UItraWide Monitor with FreeSync (model 29UM68-P) for $199.99 shipped. That’s a $200 savings off the original price, down $50 or more from online retailers like B&H, $20 less than our previous mention and the lowest that Amazon has ever sold it for. LG’s UltraWide Monitor is ideal for professionals and gamers alike with its large 21:9 aspect ratio and 99% sRGB coverage. There are HDMI and DisplayPort inputs on this IPS panel. Gamers will also enjoy LG’s FreeSync technology that “eliminates tearing and stuttering.” Rated 4.5/5 stars.
Best Buy’s eBay Storefront has the Dell 27-inch LED GSync Monitor (model S2716DGR) for $449.99 shipped. Also available direct. It has a list price of $700 but usually fetches between $550-$600 at B&H and the like. Today’s deal is the best that we can find by $50. Dell’s 27-inch GSync monitor supports resolutions at 2560 x 1440 at 144Hz. HDMI and DisplayPort inputs are included alongside four USB 3.0 ports, which is particularly helpful when paired with an iMac or MacBook that has limited I/O. Rated 4.5/5 stars.
The UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio makes games and movies more immersive than ever. The clarity of 1080p pixel Full HD resolution with IPS is a game-changer. Simply put, from any viewing angle, everything looks more crisp and detailed in Full HD. sRGB is the standard color space of ideal color reproduction. So, with over 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, this monitor is a great solution for gamers, professional photographers, graphic designers or anyone looking for highly accurate color. On-Screen Control makes it easy to adjust many monitor settings via an on-screen window, with a few easy clicks of your mouse. With Split Screen 2.0, customize your monitor layout, resizing and displaying multiple windows at once with 14 options including PIP.
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