Laptops offer plenty of portability, but it can be difficult to work on a small screen all day long. That’s where a big, bright monitor can be a lifesaver. We’ve gone ahead and put together some of the best monitor deals we could find to help you out.
Not only can you display text and images much larger, but you can also position your monitor for optimal comfort. We’ve split the monitor deals into two sections: Gaming monitors and standard monitors. The Gaming options are often very wide and curved to help immerse you in gameplay while standard monitors are best for daily work.
Best monitor deals:
All of these deals were live at the time of writing but we’ll do our best to keep the list updated as we find new savings.
Best standard monitor deals
LG UltraWide FreeSync 34-inch monitor
Just because it’s not a gaming monitor doesn’t mean it’s small. Take the LG UltraWide FreeSync 34-inch for example — it’s 34-inches wide and designed with creativity in mind. It’s wide enough to fit multiple windows and support 16.7 million colors with HDR10 and AMD Radeon FreeSync. The display also has two HDMI ports for multiple inputs.
Save $40 .00 $309 .00
LG Class UltraWide 29-inch monitor
The smaller of two LG offerings, the 29-inch Class UltraWide monitor retains many of the sharp specs of the 34-inch model with a smaller form factor. From AMD FreeSync to a 178-degree viewing angle and 21:9 aspect ratio, the main difference is the screen size.
The 29-inch monitor is only available for pickup at Office Depot, but you should have no trouble ordering curbside pickup while maintaining social distance.
Save $70 .00 $229 .99
Dell 24 P2418D monitor
Though smaller than the LG monitors, the Dell 24 introduces QHD resolution to the mix for up to 1.77 times more detail than Full HD. Dell monitors are also designed for maximum eye comfort with flicker-free low blue light levels. The Dell 24 is also perfect for a dual-monitor setup with ultra-thin bezels on three sides.
Dell 27 USB-C monitor
The Dell 27 is the larger sibling of the 24 but it adds a few key improvements with the larger size. You can eliminate much of your cable clutter as the Dell 27 needs just a USB-C connection for audio, video, and 65W laptop charging. Dell Express Daisy Chain automatically detects a compatible second display for automatic setup and connection.
Dell affordable monitor sale
If you want an even smaller or more budget-friendly option, Dell has a variety of affordable deals going on right now too. A few of the most affordable options are on 19 to 22-inch monitors for as little as $79.99. These budget monitors don’t offer ultra-thin bezels or QHD resolution, but they’re far more affordable for setting up a home office.
See also: How to set up your home office
Best gaming monitor deals
Alienware FreeSync 25-inch monitor
Gaming monitors are where displays crank the specs up to 11. The Alienware FreeSync 25 is no exception, as Alienware is owned by Dell. That means you get the best of Alienware gaming dedication with AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync with a 240Hz refresh rate. With styling that you won’t find on standard monitors, you can look good even if you don’t play well.
Alienware AW2518H 25-inch monitor
Many of the standard monitor deals showed a small option and a large option, but Alienware actually kicks the specs up in the same size monitor. The entire line has been refreshed with AlienFX lighting and Nvidia’s Ultra Low Motion Blur technology for improved clarity.
Gigabyte 27-inch Aorus curved monitor
Moving on from Alienware, Gigabyte offers a slightly larger curved option with the 27-inch Aorus. It retains the AMD Radeon FreeSync technology though the refresh rate drops to 165Hz. Of course, the real benefit of the Aorus is the curved screen so that every part of your gaming experience is up close and personal.
Save $60 .00 $459 .99
Lenovo Legion 43.4-inch monitor
Ready for a few crazy-wide options? Good, because these last two are closer to TV width. First up, the Lenovo Legion curved monitor is a whopping 43.4-inches wide. It blends AMD FreeSync, Harman Kardon Audio, and a variety of ports for an immersive gaming experience. Curved TVs may not have caught on, but curved gaming monitors seem to be a popular option.
Save $300 .00 $899 .99
Samsung 49-inch QLED curved monitor
For the biggest and wildest option on the list, Samsung has pulled out all of the stops and topped Lenovo by five inches. Samsung’s 49-inch curved gaming monitor matches Lenovo with FreeSync and a 144Hz refresh rate but it was developed with Samsung’s Galaxy Team of pro gamers. If you’re sitting down to a gaming marathon, the CHG90 features an eye-saver mode to cut down on potential strain.