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The Best Prime Day 2023 Monitor Deals Are All Gone

It was nice while it lasted.

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$850 at Amazon
The LG Ultragear OLED 27-inch monitor angled to your left on a wood surface with a blue and purple curtain in the background and a water drop abstract on the screen
LG UltraGear 27 OLED, 27-inch, 1440p, 240Hz: $850 (expired)
Save $150
$130 at Best Buy
HP M27h, 27-inch, 1080p, 75Hz: $130 (expired)
Save $140
$164 at Amazon
Dell S2721H, 27-inch, 1080p, 75Hz: $164 (expired)
Save $16

Picking up a brand-new monitor for your PC or Mac can be an expensive affair, but it doesn't have to be. As is often the case, some great monitors were heavily discounted as part of Amazon's annual Prime Day and its competitors' sales. But that doesn't necessarily make our list of picks obsolete -- if you're still looking for a good option, these might no longer show the low sales prices, but the recommendations stand given caveats. 

At the moment, only the Dell S2722QC is still on sale, and in fact, the price is slightly lower now (ouch) -- $290 down from $293, for a savings of $80.

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This 27-inch OLED display is a great general-purpose model that's equally suitable for gaming, graphics, and work, with a ton of features for each of those -- from calibration software to high refresh rate (with OLED's fast pixel response) to reading-friendly high contrast.

LG UltraGear 27 OLED review


This is a good price for this relatively well designed, basic model -- this one has a stand that actually supports height adjustment, which is why you may see versions of it or competitors that are a bit cheaper, but your back will love you for paying a tiny bit extra. And it's a little sleeker looking than most, with easy to access connections.


Like the HP M27h, this is one of Dell's meat-and-potatoes monitors, which is primarily work friendly but can be decent for entry gaming. I wouldn't pay a lot for it, but the sale price is good -- it's been cheaper, but not all that often.

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