Amazon’s two-day annual blowout sale, Prime Day 2020 is now behind us but it’s not too late to score the best deals if you’re quick on the trigger. These Prime Day deals are still available to offer up some deep discounts on the best monitors you can buy today, and we’ve done the work to find them all for you so you don’t have to waste precious minutes hunting around for them yourself.
Whether all you need is a cheap 1080p desktop monitor or you’re looking to invest in a high-end 4K display for your gaming battle station (but you still want to save some cash, of course), there’s almost certain to be something here for you. You’ve got a few hours left to save big, so read on to see the hottest Prime day monitor deals that are still ripe for the picking right now — and act fast before they’re gone for good:
Today’s best Prime Day monitor deals
- Samsung SE450 Series 21.5-inch 1080p Desktop Monitor — $80, was $189
- 24" LG 24MK430H-B Full HD Monitor — $147, was $200
- Lenovo L28u-30 28-Inch UHD 4K Monitor — $280, was $300
- Westinghouse WH32UX9019 32" 4K Monitor — $282, was $350
- LG 32-Inch 4K UHD 60Hz FreeSync Monitor — $350, was $500
- Select Dell Monitor Deals — Up to 37% off
- Select HP Monitor Deals — Starting at $80
How to choose a computer monitor
If you’re preparing for great Prime Day monitor deals, it’s important to know what you want from a new monitor and to understand some key terminology so you buy the right screen for your needs.
Like with any sales purchase, don’t go over your budget. Stick to it unless it’s a truly unbeatable deal. Generally, if you stay close to your budget and know what you need, you’ll still be happy with the purchase even if something way out of your league looks appealing.
One important consideration is what size do you need? Do you simply need to be able to see a little more in your home office or are you looking to have a huge amount of screen space to have multiple windows open at all times? This may depend on what your work involves.
Similarly, do you need a 4K monitor? If high resolution is everything in your line of work, this will be crucial. If you’re simply typing up some documents and designing some presentations, a 4K screen will be overkill.
Unless, of course, you’re also an avid gamer. If your PC can handle 4K resolutions then you want a gaming monitor that matches those needs. While you’re at it, look for a low refresh rate so that you won’t have to deal with too much lag while playing your favorite games.
Again though, if you just need a monitor for work, a high-end gaming monitor (even when discounted) is probably not worth it. If your work simply involves typing up documents, you should be fine with most any monitor that’s a good price and the right size for your desk.
If you do a lot of photo editing or video editing, it can be worth checking out picture quality to ensure the monitor you’re considering buying has the best image reproduction. Precise temperature and color controls are vital here, as well as the option to save different color profiles. Otherwise, it could affect your work adversely.
Curved monitors may seem appealing because they look cool, but they can make viewing angles a little trickier, so they won’t suit every setup.
Finally, if you want to create a dual monitor set up, make sure you buy matching monitors so your setup looks better overall on your desk.
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