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This Dell QHD gaming monitor is a full $150 off during Cyber Week

Cyber Monday may be over, but it’s not the end of sales. Cyber Week is picking up where the weekend of savings left off, and there will be fantastic Cyber Week deals dropping consistently over the next few days. Dell has a great one for gamers looking to upgrade: A 32-inch curved gaming monitor for 25% off. You can snag this beautiful monitor for only $460 — $150 off the usual sticker price. If you’ve been waiting through Black Friday and Cyber Monday to upgrade your gaming rig, here’s one of your last opportunities.

Dell boasts the first 31.5-inch curved Quad HD monitor. While just shy of 4K, Quad HD is the next best thing. Deep blacks in the dark areas will contrast with vibrant colors. The monitor refreshes at up to 165Hz, so you’ll finally be able to appreciate games rendered in 60 fps. The curved monitor just adds to the immersion and is proof that this screen is engineered for gaming. The screen is edge-lit, which allows it to be extremely thin. This is a common setup for affordable monitors.

On top of that, Dell added all the bells and whistles to this one. AMD Premium Pro Sync minimizes image tearing, frame rate counters can adjust your frame rate during a game, and the display is certified to offer over one billion different colors. If gaming isn’t your sole passion, or you just need to use the same computer for work and fun, this monitor has still got you covered. Adobe Cloud programs for picture and video editing will look stunning, and even 4K streamed movies will get that extra pop. If you’re looking to upgrade your entire setup, check out our curated list of the best Cyber Week PC deals still available.

More PC monitor deals available now

Cyber Week is here to save the savings stragglers. If you’ve been holding off on upgrading your setup, this $150 discount is probably the time to commit. We’re not sure how long this deal, or any deal during Cyber Week, will last. If you’re interested in some other Cyber Week monitor deals, check out the options below:

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Dell Gaming 27-Inch Curved 1080p 144Hz G-Sync/FreeSync Gaming Monitor

$200 $300
If 1080p is good enough for you, then this gaming monitor from Dell is a fantastic and versatile choice thanks to its smooth refresh rate and compatibility with both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync.
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Alienware AW2721D 27-Inch 1440p 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor

$770 $825
With a Quad HD resolution of 2560x1440, enjoy a vibrant picture with this Alienware 27-inch gaming monitor. Its 240Hz refresh rate ensures that you enjoy an ultra-smooth framerate without stuttering.
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Gigabyte G27F 27-Inch 144Hz 1080p FreeSync Gaming Monitor

$210 $250
Guaranteed to give you smooth gameplay, this 27" Full HD Gigabyte monitor has an impressive 144Hz refresh rate for a smooth picture and full immersion.
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Alienware AW3420DW Curved 34-Inch 1440p 120Hz Monitor

$1,000 $1,200
No top-tier gaming setup is complete without the Alienware AW3420DW monitor. With a curved, ultrawide display in 3440x1440p and a 120Hz refresh rate, this monitor is a hardcore gamer's delight.
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Acer Nitro 34-Inch 1440p 144Hz Curved Ultrawide FreeSync Gaming Monitor

$450 $500
Ultrawide displays are a great alternative to multi-monitor setups, and this 34-inch 1440p curved gaming monitor from Acer has all the gaming features we like to see at a fantastic price.
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Acer Nitro 27-Inch 1080p 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor

$210 $300
27 inches might be the Goldilocks zone for gaming, and the Acer Nitro VG271 is a great option for AMD card users looking for a monitor capable of smooth 60fps performance for well under $300.
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