A monitor is a fairly useful and obvious addition to your home setup. It might be because you’re working from home, it could be to enhance your gaming rig, or it could simply be because you’ve picked out one of the desktop computer deals going on, rather than a laptop. Whatever your intentions, no one wants to spend more than is necessary when buying a monitor. That’s why we’ve picked out some of the best monitor deals available right now. We’ve included budget options, 4K screens, and also ultrawide and curved options too. Whatever your plan, take a look at what’s on sale today.
- Dell 22 Monitor — $80, was $90
- Dell 24 Monitor — $100, was $150
- KOORUI 24-Inch Gaming Monitor — $107, was $130
- HP M24fwa — $150, was $230
- Dell 32 Curved Gaming Monitor — $300, was $350
- Dell 32 USB-C Gaming Monitor
- 27-Inch ViewFinity S8 — $500, was $580
- Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 — $800, was $1,000
- Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 — $1,300, was $1,500
- Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 — $2,200, was $1,500
Dell 22 Monitor — $80, was $90
If you’re looking for a simple, but effective monitor, the Dell 22 monitor will be right up your alley. It’s built with smaller desks in mind, with a 21,5-inch screen and small polygonal base. You can also hook it up to a 100 x 100 VESA stand for maximum desk control. It also has a cable holder to keep things as tidy as possible. Other features of the 1080p Dell 22 Monitor include both HDMI and VGA ports, which could come in handy for the right setup, as well as a flicker-free, anti-glare screen with a 60Hz refresh rate. It even has Dell’s TÜV-certified ComfortView feature, which reduces blue light coming from the monitor. All in all, its a lot of great stuff in a small, easily affordable package.
Dell 24 Monitor — $100, was $150
The Dell 24 Monitor provides space-saving features, HDMI and VGA ports, and an eye-saving screen. This Dell model also provides a bit of a premium edge. The Dell 24’s 75Hz refresh rate ranks right up there with some of the best computer monitors. A 23.8-inch 1080p screen and AMD FreeSync will do some good work as well. Put all together, and this could serve as a good budget gaming monitor, upgrade for your casual YouTube viewing sessions, as an accessory for your work at home life, or as a no-brainer second monitor.
KOORUI 24-Inch Gaming Monitor — $107, was $130
If there’s one thing you can be sure of, it is that the best gaming monitors have good refresh rates. This 24-inch gaming monitor on the cheap gives you just that, 165Hz refresh rate with adaptive sync and a 1ms response time. While its 1080p might initially be a letdown for those looking for a 4K beauty, consider two factors. First, if you’re getting a 165Hz refresh rate for just over the $100 line, you have to have some sort of trade off. Second, in our exploration of high refresh rates for gaming, we decided that “gamers will see a more significant benefit in switching to a high refresh rate monitor than they will in upgrading to 4K.” Really, try it out.
HP M24fwa — $150, was $230
The thin bezel and white body of the HP M24fwa look absolutely gorgeous and modern. If you get the chance, in your home, to take in the sideview you’ll love it, too. The body has a sleek minimalist design and the screen’s backing is incredibly thin. And that makes a lot of sense, considering the monitor is crafted with 85% recycled materials. This minimalism makes this 1080p, 75Hz monitor perfect for second monitor duty — it can abut against other monitors really close — but there’s one reason you might not want to: It has built-in speakers. Now, they won’t be as good as special made computer speakers, but as part of a deal, they’ll certainly hold you over until you find the computer speakers that are perfect for you and your system.
Dell 32 Curved Gaming Monitor — $300, was $350
There’s nothing like a curved gaming monitor for picking up all of the key UI details in your peripheral without losing focus on the action. While we’ll some more infamous (and expensive) brands of curved gaming monitor later on, the Dell 32 Curved Gaming Monitor is a perfectly fine entry to the monitor type. Its 32 inches of screen are perfect for keeping immersed in gameplay. You’ll also enjoy the 1440p resolution and 165Hz refresh rate. Astute gamers will be glad to see direct reports of a 2ms GtG and 1ms MPRT response time, as it is a good indicator that this gaming monitor is NOT lying to you.
Dell 32 USB-C Gaming Monitor
This January, when we took a look at the best USB-C monitors, it was none other than a Dell 32-inch monitor that took our top spot. While this model — more focused on gaming — isn’t the same, the so-called “star of the show” is rather similar. All of the ports and connectivity options (2 HDMI, a DisplayPort 1.4, a USB-C / DisplayPort 1.4, 2 USB 3.2, and even an audio jack) make this a truly versatile machine. That’s even before we get into the 1440p resolution, 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. Then there are neat gaming features, including a crosshair mode and “bino mode” which gives you a segment of on-screen zoom. And that’s not even getting started on night vision, clear vision, and chroma vision modes. Seriously, go check it out!
27-Inch ViewFinity S8 — $500, was $580
You might’ve first heard of the Samsung ViewFinity line when we compared the S9 and the Apple Studio Display. In summary, the S9 pretty much won in value for the price. So, can its older brother, the ViewFinity S8, take your attention while on sale? We think it should, with its incredible power to display a truly beautiful image. It boasts a 4K UHD resolution and an enhanced color spectrum that not only goes beyond RGB but also puts special emphasis on the colors of all skin tones, rendering people as they really are. Plus, it has a matte finish that looks good even during the brightness of day.
Samsung Odyssey Neo G7 — $800, was $1,000
The Odyssey Neo G7’s claim to fame has always been that it was Samsung’s first flat mini-LED gaming monitor. That means that, much like these mini-LED laptops, the Odyssey Neo G7 pumps more LED lights (they’re mini, after all) into the screen than previous LED monitors were able to. The result? Contrast is increased. Brightness, logically, can be increased but so can, somewhat paradoxically, the deeper blacks. Enjoy the monitor the way it was meant to be by streaming games directly to it via Samsung Gaming Hub, the device’s gaming streaming service. You’ll be playing all of that on a 43-inch, 144Hz gaming monitor with a 1ms MPRT response time and all of the mini-LED goodness you could ever hope for.
Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 — $1,300, was $1,500
Our very recent Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 review claims something very interesting about the 34-inch monitor. That it is “great against all odds.” And those odds? Price. Perhaps our reviewer wasn’t the only one to find such an issue, because it is already on sale. But the rest of the review? Absolutely glowing with near absolution. From the thin design of the 1800R curved screen to the operating system, absolute praise. The significant specs are the 175Hz refresh rate, a 0.03 GtG response time, and a 3440 x 1440p resolution, but you should check the review out for details on the ambient room lighting, cool operating system, and incredible gaming performance.
Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 — $2,200, was $1,500
The Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 is sure to be one of the best ultrawide monitors you can buy. It features quantum mini-LED lighting, a 240Hz refresh rate across its 49-inch size, and a cool 1000R screen curvature. It’s lengthy body has an almost comical 5120 x 1440p resolution and 32:9 aspect ratio, essentially fusing two QHD monitors together. And with such immense size, tools are needed to make it all viable. Tools like picture-by-picture (PBP) and picture-in-picture (PIP) technologies that allow “mini” (nothing about the Odyssey Neo G9 is truly small) images to be placed over the main action. In this way, you can take a bite out of some supplementary content and take it all in alongside the main show all while keeping the neck and eyes comfortable.