Tired of hunching over your laptop? Consider connecting a desktop monitor, something that will give you a larger screen and, potentially, more ergonomic setup. Amazon has a bunch of monitors (and laptops) on sale today, with one notable standout: The Sceptre E225W-19203R 22-inch LED monitor for $64.99 -- an all-time-low price.
This isn't some crummy low-end model, which is what you'd probably expect at this price. Instead, the E225W features two HDMI inputs (one VGA, too), built-in speakers, audio-in and -out ports and a thin, brushed-metal design. It tops out at 1080p resolution, more than adequate for a monitor of this size, but delivers a 75Hz refresh rate, making it especially good for gaming.
The monitor earned a 4.3-star average from over 2,600 buyers, so chances are good you'll be happy with it. I do wish Sceptre backed it with a warranty longer than one year. If that's important to you, here's a pretty amazing alternative: The Philips 226E9QDSB 22-inch monitor for $77.82. The warranty on that one? A whopping four years.
Also worth nothing: For as little as $10 to $15 more, you can step up to a 24-inch model. The bottom line is that monitors are cheap these days, especially during sales like this one.
The OnePlus 6T for T-Mobile is on sale for $349 (save $200)
Just over a year ago, CNET's Lynn La called the OnePlus 6T "a hero phone without the sky-high price." That price was $549. Right now, and for a limited time, you can get the OnePlus 6T for T-Mobile for $349 -- without question the best deal I've seen on that model. (Worth noting, though: You can get a renewed 6T from Amazon for $295.)
Yes, this model is for T-Mobile only, though according to a OnePlus support page, it's also compatible with Verizon. That's odd. If the phone works with T-Mobile, it supports GSM technology, meaning it would be more likely to work with AT&T (also a GSM carrier, unlike Verizon). Eh -- go figure.
Despite having legions of fans, the OnePlus brand still isn't particularly well-known in the US. But that shouldn't dissuade you from considering the 6T, a "top phone" offering much of the same hardware as models costing two or three times more. You'll definitely want to read Lynn's OnePlus 6T review for all the details.
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