Amazon Prime Day 2021: Best deals on PC monitors

Amazon Prime Day 2021: Best deals on PC monitors

There’s rarely a better time to shop online than on Amazon Prime Day, and that stays true if you’re on the hunt for a new monitor for your PC. Whether you’re on the hunt for a gaming monitor or something more focused on productivity, there’s a good chance you’ll find a great deal today. As such, we’ve rounded up a handful of deals on monitors that you can take advantage of during this Prime Day. Now, we’ve already included a few in other roundups, such as HP’s Prime Day deals – which are actually outside of Amazon – as well as Acer’s. But this should make it easier to find more options in this segment.


    Ultra-smooth curved gaming

    The Samsung Odyssey G7 offers both a super-high 240Hz refresh rate and sharp QHD resolution on a 31.5-inch panel. Plus, it supports HDR600, so your games will look better than ever.

    144Hz refresh rate and G-Sync

    LG's 27-inch UltraGear monitor doesn't leave a whole lot to be desired with its QHD resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, and 1ms response time. Support for Nvidia G-Sync is a nice bonus.

    A strong all-rounder

    The Acer Predator XB253Q is a super-smooth 240Hz gaming monitor, with some other perks like DiplayHDR 400 and 99% coverage of sRGB. It's just Full HD, but that's a fair trade-off.

    Smooth, curved, and cheap

    If you've been waiting to jump on the 240Hz bandwagon, this is the deal for you. For $240, this 27-inch monitor offers that, a 0.5ms response time, and a curved display for extra immersion.

    4K resolution and 144Hz

    Not many monitors can match the specs of the Predator XB273K, featuring super-crisp 4K and a 144Hz refresh rate for maximum smoothness. It's a combination most PCs won't even be able to handle for now, so it's future proof.

    Affordable curved gaming monitor

    This Sceptre gaming monitor offers a 165Hz refresh rate and Full HD resolution at a surprisingly low price. Plus, it has a 1800R curvature for extra immersion.

    4K on the cheap

    4K monitors tend to be pretty expensive, but if you want to jump to the higher resolution without the bells and whistles,this LG monitor does just that at a ver compelling price.

    QHD resolution and an IPS panel

    It's not the flashiest brand, but this ViewSonic monitor offers a sharp QHD resolution on an IPS panel, so the image will look clear from wherever you look at it. It also includes HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB-C inputs for video.

    Wide screen with HDR support

    The LG UltraWide is one of the cheaper options LG offers, but it's an 21:9 Full HD+ display with DisplayHDR 400 and 99% coverage of sRGB, making it pretty good for productivity.

    Covers all bases

    This monitor from Samsung checks a ton of boxes, featuring a 21:9 QHD display, a 100Hz refresh rate, HDR10, a 1000R curvature, and 90W of passthrough charging so it can even power your laptop.

    Wide gaming

    An ultra-wide display, QHD resolution, and a 165Hz refresh rate display make the Odyssey G5 a phenomenal choice for gamers. It also supports AMD FreeSync Premium, ensuring stutter-free gaming.

    Two QHD displays in one

    There's ultra-wide monitors and then there's what's essentially two standard monitors crammed into one. With a whopping 32:9 aspect ratio and dual QHD resolution, this is an incredibly immersive gaming monitor.

These Prime Day monitor deals are just some of the many products you can get at significantly lower prices right now. Be sure to check out our Amazon Prime Day 2021 coverage for all the best deals you can get today and tomorrow. These include some stellar devices like the Dell XPS 13, Amazon Echo devices, and much more from numerous different brands. It’s very likely there’s something that suits your interests out there, so keep your eyes peeled.

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João Carrasqueira
João Carrasqueira

Editor at XDA Computing. I've been covering the world of technology since 2018, but I've loved the field for a lot longer. And I have a weird affinity for Nintendo videogames, which I'm always happy to talk about.

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