Deal Roundup: Monitors in All Sizes
Whether you need a monitor to pair up with you ultraportable MacBook Air, dock your Tablet PC or just to regain a desktop experience with whatever notebook you have at hand, we have a deal for you.
These monitor deals are perfect for a home office makeover or to add to your back to school shopping list.
Speaking from experience, adding another screen to your workflow is an easy and affordable way to boost productivity.
Below you’ll find the best Monitor deals we can find for the week of August 15th.
Monitor Deal Roundup
|Monitor||Size||Resolution||Price||Deal||Why You Should Buy|
Dell E2011H 20″ 5ms LED BackLight Widescreen LCD Monitor
|20″ Widescreen||1600 x 900||$99||save $70 + Free Shipping||20″ is the smallest monitor we would recommend, and $99 is a good buy for this LED backlit monitor. If you can afford it, you can get a bigger monitor for not much more cash.
|Acer X223WDbd Black 22″ 5ms Widescreen LCD Monitor 250 cd/m2 ACM 50000:1(1000:1)||22″||1680 x 1050||$129||save $41 + Free Shipping||22″ is a good size monitor, and the one I would recommend for most home and student users that just want a bigger display to use when at a desk.
|Hanns·G HH241DPB Black 23.6″ 5ms Full HD WideScreen LCD Monitor w/Speakers 300 cd/m2 X-Contrast 15,000:1 / 1000:1 (Typical)||23.6″||1920 x 1080||$139.99||save $50 + Free Shipping||23.6″ monitors are a great deal for users looking for the most bang for their buck. This $140 monitor is really hard to pass up.
The only real drawback is the lack of HDMI.
|25″ I-Inc iH252HPB Dual HDMI Blu-ray 1080p Widescreen LCD Monitor w/Speakers & HDCP Support (Black)||24.6″||1920 x 1080||$144||Discounted, $28 shipping||This is a large monitor with many extras including dual HDMI inputs, but it is refurbished with only a 90 day warranty. If you are OK with refurbished deals, don’t pass this one up.|
These deals last fr a limited time only, and represent deals we would buy if we were in the market for the cheapest monitors in these price ranges. You can purchase an HDMI to DVI connection to hook up your HDMI equipped notebook to most of these monitors.