Best Amazon Prime Day Monitor Deals (Day 2): LG 27-Inch Monitors, Samsung Ultrawide, And More
From LG to Alienware and Acer, here are the top gaming monitor deals we're seeing this Prime Day.
Prime Day day two is in full swing, and we're seeing a ton of great monitor deals from brands like Samsung, LG, and Alienware. From extravagant ultrawide displays to lighting fast HD ones, there are a ton of great options, including an excellent pair of LG 27-inch monitors and Samsung's massive ultrawide for its lowest price ever. The popular Alienware AW3420DW 34-inch curved monitor stands out among the Prime Day monitor deals as well. Prime Day comes to an end tonight and many of these discounts will as well, so be sure to check out what's on offer before then. We've rounded up the best Prime Day gaming monitor deals still available below. Plus, see the best Prime Day deals still up for grabs on Tuesday.
Samsung 49" CRG9 Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor
$900 (was $1,500)
This massive ultrawide monitor is the equivalent of two 1440p monitors in width, and it's on sale for a fantastic price during Prime Day, dropping it to $900. This 49-inch VA display supports VESA DisplayHDR1000 and a 120Hz refresh rate. Just make sure you have enough space for an ultrawide this size.
LG 27GN750-B 27" Full HD Monitor
$280 (was $400)
One of our favorite displays on the market, the LG 27GN750-B, is down to $280, a phenomenal price for this 1080p, 240Hz monitor. If performance is your top concern, this is the monitor to grab. It boasts a 1ms response time, AMD FreeSync, and Nvidia G-Sync certification. The IPS panel delivers rich colors and wide viewing angles with 99% sRGB coverage and HDR 10.
LG 27GL83A-B 27" QHD Monitor
$285 (was $380)
Another great 27-inch monitor, the LG 27GL83A-B balances visuals with performance with this 1440p IPS display, which features a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and support for AMD FreeSync with G-Sync compatibility. It's down to $185 for Prime Day.
Alienware 25 AW2521HF 24.5" FHD Monitor
$270 (was $400)
If you're content with sticking to 1080p but want a display with a bit more color accuracy, then Alienware's AW2521HF might fit the bill. It utilizes an IPS panel to achieve 125% sRGB coverage, allows for refresh rates up to 240Hz, and features AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync compatibility. That's a lot for a 25-inch panel, but its premium qualities extend to the space grey chassis with customizable lighting on the back. You're paying extra for all these features, but it's tough to argue when a monitor performs this well while also looking this good.
Samsung Odyssey G7 27" Curved Monitor
$600 (was $750)
The excellent Samsung Odyssey G7 (T1 Faker Edition) 27-inch curved gaming monitor is on sale for $150 off at Best Buy. It boasts a 1000R curvature display that renders in 1440p resolution. The Odyssey G7 is optimized for fast-paced gaming with its 240Hz refresh rate plus G-Sync and FreeSync support. The monitor's chassis also comes with red accents and some Faker stylings.
Acer Predator XB271HU QHD Monitor
$420 (was $600)
The Acer Predator line of displays has routine appeared at the top of many best monitor lists, and for good reason. The latest in the range hits the right balance of resolution, screen size, and refresh rate, with a 1440p IPS panel and 144Hz refresh rate, encased in a 27-inch chassis. You also get AMD FreeSync and certified G-Sync support, so you're good to go regardless of your setup.
ViewSonic Elite XG270Q 27" Monitor
$356 (was $485)
Like many other monitors on sale today, the ViewSonic Elite combines a 1440p resolution 165Hz refresh rate, and 27-inch body for a great mix of features. The chassis also lets you light up your PC setup with an RGB ring on the rear, which is just the cherry on top of a monitor that comes with FreeSync, G-Sync, and VESA DisplayHDR400 support.
LG CX 48" OLED TV
$1,300 (was $1,500)
Yes, this is a TV on a monitor round-up, but hear us out. There's been many PC gamers that have shifted toward the smaller LG OLED TV available as a monitor, partly because thanks to ultrawide offerings like the Odyssey G9 from Samsung, 48 inches doesn't feel excessive for a monitor anymore. Combine that with the excellent display quality of LG's OLED panels, the support for HDMI 2.1, low latency modes, and more, and you've got a compelling case to make the switch. Just make sure you have enough space on your desk.
BenQ EW2780U 27" 4K Monitor
$385 (was $550)
BenQ has been producing fantastic monitors for years, and this Prime Day you can save on a handful of them. The pick of the lot has to be the EW2780U--featuring a 4K resolution, IPS panel, and 27-inch body, you'll be set for both PC and console gaming. You also get the benefit of HDR, as well as a sturdy monitor stand with all the tilts and swivels you would want in a pinch.
More BenQ deals at Amazon:
If 4K or a smaller 27-inch chassis isn't what you're looking for, BenQ also has two larger displays on special for Prime Day.
- BenQ EX3203R 32" 144Hz Curved QHD Monitor -- $380 (
- BenQ EX3501R 34" Ultrawide Curved QHD Monitor -- $497 (
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