Get a 25-inch LCD monitor for $144.99

The Hannspree HF255HPB features two HDMI inputs, built-in speakers, and a three-year warranty. Grab one before they sell out!

A record low at $144.99, the 25-inch Hannspree HF255HPB is an incredible bargain.
A record low at $144.99, the 25-inch Hannspree HF255HPB is an incredible bargain. Staples

Yowza. This is so likely to sell out, I'm not even going to wait for the second paragraph to share it: Staples has the Hannspree HF255HPB 25-inch LCD monitor for $144.99 shipped (plus sales tax in most states). 

Update: Yep, sold out. Sorry if you missed it!

This is a new unit, not a refurb, and you don't have to wait on a big fat rebate check. To put this in perspective, it's still pretty rare to find a 24-inch monitor for less than $200.

And check out the specs: 1,920x1,080-pixel native resolution (natch), built-in speakers, and two HDMI inputs (meaning you could use this with your PC and, say, a game console).

Another sweet perk: Hannspree backs the HF255HPB with a three-year warranty. Most monitors are covered for just one year.

OK, but is it any good? Definitely, at least based on the 171 user reviews on Staples' product page, which average 4.4 stars out of 5.

This is one of those deals that's so fantastic, I want to jump on it myself--even though I don't currently need a big monitor. If you do, act fast, as this absolutely positively will sell out. (Hopefully not before I click the Publish button on this post...)

Bonus deal: Today only, and while supplies last (which often isn't very long), Cowboom has the third-generation 2GB iPod Shuffle (Black) for $29.99, plus $5 for shipping. The comparable current-gen Shuffle sells for $49.

 

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