Best Amazon Prime Day gaming monitor deals

Prime Day gaming monitor deals
Prime Day 2024: gaming monitor deals

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Amazon Prime Day 2024 has come and gone in what feels like a flash, but we're happy to see that many of its sales are still active. So, don't worry if you missed it, because there's still plenty here for you. This is especially true for some of the best gaming monitors for which we already saw and still see some massive discounts, not to mention some of the best 4K gaming monitor deals. On some more expensive monitors, this means savings of hundreds of dollars.

It's important to remember it's not just Amazon that has the best deals, as retailers like Newegg, Best Buy and more look to match its pricing, and in many cases, outright beat it. We'll still be collecting all the best monitor deals from every major retailer on this page for a while after the event itself, so you don't miss out on the best prices.

There's some decision making to be done, however. Are you looking for something smaller and high-refresh rate, like a great 27-inch 1080p or 1440p display? Perhaps you want to go bigger, and get a 32-inch IPS panel, or you're finally ready to go 4K. We'll be collecting deals on them all, including huge ultrawides, the latest OLED displays (on which we're expecting to see some cracking discounts), and every sort of great gaming monitor deal we can find. Amazon Prime Day might be a little ways away yet, but the discounts are already rolling in on soame of the best displays money can buy.

Where are the best Prime Day gaming monitor deals in the US?

How do I become a Prime member for Amazon Prime Day?

You can sign up to become a Prime member via Amazon's Prime membership page. And the first 30-days are free! You will have to create an Amazon account and provide payment card details, however. If you only want the Prime benefits for Prime Day itself and not as a recurring subscription after, you can cancel your membership before the 30 day period ends.

Amazon Prime Day US gaming monitor deals: 1080p

Acer KC242Y | 23.8-inch | 1080p | 100Hz | VA | FreeSync | $117.99 $89.99 at Amazon (save $28)

Acer KC242Y | 23.8-inch | 1080p | 100Hz | VA | FreeSync | $117.99 $89.99 at Amazon (save $28)
Ok, so it's pretty small, and a VA panel. But honestly, for this money and from a well-known and trusted manufacturer, with AMD FreeSync and a 100Hz refresh rate? A pretty good deal if you ask us. This would make an excellent second monitor, or a pretty quick main monitor in a pinch if you're building on a very tight budget.

Price check: Best Buy $89.99

ASRock Phantom Gaming | 27-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $179.99 $109.77 at Newegg (save $70.22)

ASRock Phantom Gaming | 27-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $179.99 $109.77 at Newegg (save $70.22)
ASRock has become a favorite of ours around here over busy shopping periods. These screens always seem to be on offer, and from the one we've used (read our review) they're good value for the money, too. You can't really complain with this 165Hz panel for just under $100.

Acer Nitro KC241Y | 23.8-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | VA | FreeSync | $172.99 $109.99 at Amazon (save $63)

Acer Nitro KC241Y | 23.8-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | VA | FreeSync | $172.99 $109.99 at Amazon (save $63)
Why do monitor model names need to be so confusing? It's an eternal mystery. But if you can decode this Acer, you'll find it's a cracking deal. A 165Hz gaming monitor for just $89.99. Yes, it's VA, but at this price point, something's gotta give.

Price check: Newegg $175.99

Acer Nitro XF243Y | 23.8-inch | 1080p | 180Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $199.99 $109.99 at Best Buy (save $90)

Acer Nitro XF243Y | 23.8-inch | 1080p | 180Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $199.99 $109.99 at Best Buy (save $90)
If you reckon IPS rather than VA tech is essential for a proper gaming panel, do not despair. This 180Hz Acer monitor rocks IPSm panel tech for a whisker over $100. Sure, it's only 1080p and 24 inches. But if you're looking for maximum speed for minimum money, this is an excellent deal.

Price check: Amazon $109.99

ASRock Phantom Gaming | 27-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $179.99 $109.77 at Newegg (save $70.22)

ASRock Phantom Gaming | 27-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $179.99 $109.77 at Newegg (save $70.22)
ASRock has become a favorite of ours around here over busy shopping periods. These screens always seem to be on offer, and from the one we've used (read our review) they're good value for the money, too. You can't really complain with this 165Hz panel for just under $100.

Gigabyte GF27F | 27-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | IPS | FreeSync Premium | $209.99 $149.99 at Newegg (save $60)

Gigabyte GF27F | 27-inch | 1080p | 165Hz | IPS | FreeSync Premium | $209.99 $149.99 at Newegg (save $60)
It's not the fastest 1080p monitor out there nor is it the most stylish, but for the money, you're getting a fantastic budget gaming monitor. 165Hz variable refresh rate, 130% sRGB color gamut, and multiple input options sweeten the deal very nicely.

Price check: Amazon $149.99

Acer Nitro | 27-inch | 1080p | 240Hz | VA | | Curved | FreeSync | $191.99 at Amazon

Acer Nitro | 27-inch | 1080p | 240Hz | VA | | Curved | FreeSync | $191.99 at Amazon
If you're desperate for a super-high refresh rate on a budget, then this Acer Nitro screen should fit the bill. It's not very bright, rated at just 250 nits, but it's a good size, is a VA panel and sports a full 240Hz refresh rate for a rather tasty price tag.

1440p

Acer Nitro ED270U | 1440p | VA | FreeSync Premium | 170 Hz | $249.99 $149.99 at Newegg (save $100)

Acer Nitro ED270U | 1440p | VA | FreeSync Premium | 170 Hz | $249.99 $149.99 at Newegg (save $100)
This is one of the best deals on a 1440p gaming monitor we've seen so far. A respectable brand and a respectable spec, although it might be worth holding out for an IPS panel. Still, a good price on a great little screen.

Price check: Amazon $169.99

ASRock Phantom PG27Q15R2A | 27-inch | 165Hz | 1440p | VA | FreeSync Premium |$239.99 $153.77 at Newegg (save $86.22 after rebate)

ASRock Phantom PG27Q15R2A | 27-inch | 165Hz | 1440p | VA | FreeSync Premium | $239.99 $153.77 at Newegg (save $86.22 after rebate)
ASRock's gaming monitors are always so darned cheap—we love them for that. This 1440p panel offers resolution and a rapid refresh rate for a potent PC gaming combo, though the built-in Wi-Fi antenna helps it stand out from the crowd. That's hardly essential, but could come in use for some.

Price check: Amazon $229

Acer Nitro VG271U M3bmiipx | 27-inch | 180 Hz | 1440p | IPS |$269.99$159.99 at Newegg (save $110)

Acer Nitro VG271U M3bmiipx | 27-inch | 180 Hz | 1440p | IPS | $269.99 $159.99 at Newegg (save $110)
Prime Day might technically be over but there are still cracking new deals rolling in that continue to surprise us. This Acer Nitro one in particular stands out because it's a sub-$160 high refresh rate IPS monitor, which means you're getting super fast response times compared to similarly priced VA panels. It only reaches 250 nits brightness, though, which isn't the highest.

Price check: Amazon $199.99

Gigabyte GS27QC | 27-inch | 170Hz OC | 1440p | VA | $229.99 $174.99 at Newegg (save $55)

Gigabyte GS27QC | 27-inch | 170Hz OC | 1440p | VA | $229.99 $174.99 at Newegg (save $55)
Less than $200 for a decent 1440p 170Hz monitor from a proper brand like Gigabyte? What's not to like? Some would argue the VA panel, but it is rated at 1ms, albeit MPRT not GtG. The 250 nits brightness is modest, too, and the stand isn't height adjustable. Still, the panel sports 4,000:1 static contrast, which is excellent.

Price check: Amazon $174.99

Samsung Odyssey G5 G55C | 27-inch | 165Hz | 1440p | VA | $249$199.99 at Walmart (save $49.01)

Samsung Odyssey G5 G55C | 27-inch | 165Hz | 1440p | VA | $249 $199.99 at Walmart (save $49.01)
This monitor was already a great deal at its previous $216 Amazon price. Now, for $200 at Walmart, it's a steal. Samsung has form when it comes to getting VA panels to achieve good response. Put simply, Samsung VA panels are the quickest.

Price check: Amazon $208.53| Newegg $219.99

Gigabyte G27Q | 27-inch | 144Hz | 1440p | IPS | $249.99 $199.99 at Newegg (save $50)

Gigabyte G27Q | 27-inch | 144Hz | 1440p | IPS | $249.99 $199.99 at Newegg (save $50)
$220 for a proper 1440p high refresh IPS gaming monitor from a decent brand is a great deal. It's also HDR 400 certified, so plenty punchy, has a proper adjustable stand and doesn't look at all cheap. Very appealing all round.

Price check: Walmart $199.99

Acer Nitro XV271U M3bmiiprx | 27-inch | 180Hz | 1440p | 0.5 ms G2G resposne | IPS | $289.99$199.99 at Amazon (save $90)

Acer Nitro XV271U M3bmiiprx | 27-inch | 180Hz | 1440p | 0.5 ms G2G resposne | IPS | $289.99 $199.99 at Amazon (save $90)

This Acer monitor is a steal for all you prospective competitive gamers, hitting a high refresh rate and low response time sweet spot (0.5-1 ms gray-to-gray). It's the same price as the Odyssey G5 below but is better for those of you who prefer an IPS panel to a VA.

Price check: Newegg $280.99

LG UltraGear OLED | 27-inch | 1440p | 240Hz | G-Sync Compatible | $999.99 $599.99 at Newegg (save $400)

LG UltraGear OLED | 27-inch | 1440p | 240Hz | G-Sync Compatible | $999.99 $599.99 at Newegg (save $400)
Err, how much for a 1440p panel?! Still, this is an OLED unit, and about as cheap as the tech currently comes, as the price has seriously tumbled on this LG model. They make for seriously gorgeous screens. Admittedly this one is a little dim overall (as we found in our LG UltraGear 27GR95QE-B review) but it's still absolutely stunning in a shady spot.

Price check: Best Buy $999.99 | Amazon $635.99

4K

Gigabyte M28U | 28-inch | 4K | 144Hz | IPS | $599.99$399.99 at Newegg (save $200)

Gigabyte M28U | 28-inch | 4K | 144Hz | IPS | $599.99 $399.99 at Newegg (save $200)
Here's a monitor we really rate from our Gigabyte M28U review. We actually loved this package for its blend of speed and resolution, even at its original $650 price tag. At this tantalizingly cheap price, it's that much better.

Price check: Amazon $399.99

Samsung Odyssey G70B | 28-inch | 4K | 144 Hz | IPS | $449.99 $399.99 at Amazon (Save $50)

Samsung Odyssey G70B | 28-inch | 4K | 144 Hz | IPS |  $449.99 $399.99 at Amazon (Save $50)
28 inches might be small for a 4K monitor, but do not for a second let that put you off, because this thing's 28-inch screen will have a tighter pixel pitch and will look seriously sharp. It's also a high refresh rate IPS panel, too, so the colors will be on-point. The 400 cd/m² max brightness isn't stellar, but as this isn't a HDR screen I wouldn't worry about that, either. Not when you're paying this sort of cash for it.

Price check: Walmart $449.99 | Best Buy $426.99

MSI G321CU | 32-inch | 4K | 144Hz | VA |
$415.68 at Newegg

MSI G321CU | 32-inch | 4K | 144Hz | VA |
$415.68 at Newegg
Sub $500 4K 32-inch high refresh monitors have remained frustratingly rare. But here's one at Newegg from MSI for under $420! Arguably, 4K makes more sense in the larger 32-inch format than, say, 27 inches. Inevitably, this is a VA not IPS model. But it's still rated at 1ms so the response should be at least reasonable. 

Price check: Amazon $419.99

Dough Spectrum One Glossy | 27 inch | 4K | 144Hz | IPS | FreeSync Premium Pro | G-Sync compatible | $699.99 $499.99 at B&H Photo (save $200)

Dough Spectrum One Glossy | 27 inch | 4K | 144Hz | IPS | FreeSync Premium Pro | G-Sync compatible | $699.99 $499.99 at B&H Photo (save $200)
First thing to say about this screen is that you don't get a stand as standard, so to speak. You have to spend another $100 if you don't already have a monitor arm you use. It's also worth stating there have been issues with Dough (previously known as Eve) fulfilling orders itself. This deal is specifically via B&H Photo, though, so you know the stock is in hand and ready to go. The final thing to say is that this monitor is glorious, and I'm a huge fan. It was also a $1,100 screen when it first came out, and is actually a pretty good HDR panel with its DisplayHDR 600 rating.

Gigabyte M32UC | 32-inch | 4K | 144Hz | VA | FreeSync Premium Pro | $629.99 $499.99 at Amazon (save $130)

Gigabyte M32UC | 32-inch | 4K | 144Hz | VA | FreeSync Premium Pro | $629.99 $499.99 at Amazon (save $130)
Here's our pick for the best budget 4K gaming monitor, but now it's even cheaper. That's a deal we can't pass up. It's a gloriously simple panel with a no-frills look paired with a speedy refresh of up to 144Hz and a handy USB hub. Our Jacob uses this panel daily, and he's had no complaints with it so far.

Price check: Newegg $499.99 | Best Buy $499.99

Gigabyte M32U | 32-inch | 4K | 144Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $729.99 $524.99 at B&H (save $205)

Gigabyte M32U | 32-inch | 4K | 144Hz | IPS | FreeSync | $729.99 $524.99 at B&H (save $205)
The flat version of Gigabyte's M32U isn't only flatter, it also comes with a lovely IPS panel. That's why it's also a touch more expensive, but if you won't get outta bed for anything less than IPS, this is a fair price for a monitor with HDMI 2.1 and a USB hub.

Price check: Newegg $524.99

LG UltraGear | 32-inch | IPS | 144Hz | 4K | FreeSync and G-Sync Compatible | $599.99 $524.99 at Amazon (save $73.26)

LG UltraGear | 32-inch | IPS | 144Hz | 4K | FreeSync and G-Sync Compatible | $599.99 $524.99 at Amazon (save $73.26)
You can pick up a cheaper VA 32-inch 4K screen above, but this is a fully gorgeous IPS panel and is dearer for it. With G-Sync and FreeSync support, you will always net smooth frames on this UltraGear—providing your GPU is up to the task. We're big fans of LG monitors, and this is a good 'un.

Price check: Best Buy $529.99

Samsung Odyssey Ark 2nd gen | 55-inch | 4K | Freesync | $2,999.99 $1,799.99 at Amazon (save $1,200)

Samsung Odyssey Ark 2nd gen | 55-inch | 4K | Freesync | $2,999.99 $1,799.99 at Amazon (save $1,200)
Do you need the Ark? Probably not, but damned if it isn't at least worth a look nonetheless. This screen offers something few others do, probably for good reason. It's absolutely massive, curved out the wazoo, ready for HDR to the extreme, built with Mini LED tech, and runs at 165Hz. It's something different, and that's why it bears mentioning that it's pretty much always on sale.

Price check: Best Buy $1,799.99 | Walmart $1,799.99

Ultrawide

Acer Gaming XV340CK PBMIIPPHZX | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 144Hz | IPS | $299.99 $249.99 at Newegg (save $50)

Acer Gaming XV340CK PBMIIPPHZX | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 144Hz | IPS | $299.99 $249.99 at Newegg (save $50)
An older model, but it checks out. The combination of 34-inch ultrawide, 3,440 by 1,440 resolution, 144Hz and an IPS panel is pretty sweet for just $239.99, especially the IPS bit. The catch? Well, it tops at 250 nits, which is adequate but no more. But it's still a very nice deal.

LG UltraGear 34GP63A-B | 34-inch | 160Hz | 3440 x 1440 | VA | $399.99 $249.99 at Amazon (save $150)

LG UltraGear 34GP63A-B | 34-inch | 160Hz | 3440 x 1440 | VA | $399.99 $249.99 at Amazon (save $150)
At $306 this LG ultrawide is a genuine bargain. By comparison, Alienware's fancy QD-OLED 34-inch panel is around $800 even on sale. This LG matches its size, resolution, aspect ratio and refresh rate for less than one third of the price, although of course it is a VA panel, not an OLED. It's also not the brightest gaming monitor ever, but it is a very good deal.

Price check: LG $249.99

MSI MAG342CQPV Curved Gaming | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 100Hz | VA | $253.46 at Amazon

MSI MAG342CQPV Curved Gaming | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 100Hz | VA | $253.46 at Amazon
This is a great deal on a slightly lower-spec ultrawide. You can expect a full ultrawide resolution, with plenty of vertical pixel space, thanks to that 1440p resolution and 1ms response times for gaming. The only thing is this monitor will max out at 100Hz. That's still plenty quick enough for gaming, and as a way to save some money and still get that proper ultrawide experience, we do like this MSI a lot.

Price check: Newegg $255.99

MSI MAG342CQR Curved Gaming | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 144Hz | VA | $299.99 $284.11 at Amazon (save $15.88)

MSI MAG342CQR Curved Gaming | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 144Hz | VA | $299.99 $284.11 at Amazon (save $15.88)
At first glance, this looks like a dead reinger for the MSI ultrawide we already have listed. But this one ups the refresh to 144Hz from 100Hz and the brightness from 250 nits to 300 nits. In both cases, that lifts this screen from slightly skanky to much more acceptable all round. Oh, and it's slightly cheaper. It's still VA, of course, but it's an awful lot of screen for $250.

Price check: Newegg $402

Samsung Odyssey G5 | 34-inch VA | 3440 x 1440 | 250 nits |1ms MPRT | $549.99$299.99 at Best Buy (save $250)

Samsung Odyssey G5 | 34-inch VA | 3440 x 1440 | 250 nits |1ms MPRT | $549.99 $299.99 at Best Buy (save $250)
34-inch ultrawide 1440p gaming remains one of our firm favourites. It's a great compromise between lots of detail and decent frame rates. This Samsung panel gives you all that with 3,440 by 1,440 pixels, 165Hz refresh and 1ms response. It's not the brightest at 250 nits. But if you can live with that, it's an awful lot of monitor for the money.

Price check: Amazon $315.78

ASRock Phantom PG34WQ15R3A| 34-inch | 165Hz | VA | $459.99 $341.77 at Newegg (save $118.22 after rebate)

ASRock Phantom PG34WQ15R3A | 34-inch | 165Hz | VA | $459.99 $341.77 at Newegg (save $118.22 after rebate)
High refresh 34-inch ultrawide gaming monitors are arguably the sweet spot in terms of size, resolution and ergonomics. So, it's great to see one with decent specs for a reasonable price. As we discovered in our review, this ASRock is a very nice overall monitor for the money.

GIGABYTE M34WQ| 34-inch | 144Hz | IPS | $449.99 $389.99 at Newegg (save $60)

GIGABYTE M34WQ | 34-inch | 144Hz | IPS | $449.99 $389.99 at Newegg (save $60)
Gigabyte make some of our favorite gaming monitors, and as ultrawides go, this one's a bit of a peach. That IPS panel is plenty fast with a 144Hz refresh rate, and it's got plenty of ports for all sorts of connection possibilities. A 400 nits brightness rating is pretty great for this sort of price, too.

Price check: Amazon $389.99 | Walmart $389.99

OLED

LG UltraGear OLED | 27-inch | 1440p | 240Hz | G-Sync Compatible | $999.99 $599.99 at Newegg (save $400)

LG UltraGear OLED | 27-inch | 1440p | 240Hz | G-Sync Compatible | $999.99 $599.99 at Newegg (save $400)
Err, how much for a 1440p panel?! Still, this is an OLED unit, and about as cheap as the tech currently comes, as the price has seriously tumbled on this LG model. They make for seriously gorgeous screens. Admittedly this one is a little dim overall (as we found in our LG UltraGear 27GR95QE-B review) but it's still absolutely stunning in a shady spot.

Price check: Best Buy $999.99 | Amazon $635.99

Alienware 34 AW3423DWF OLED | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 165Hz  $699.99 at Dell

Alienware 34 AW3423DWF OLED | 34-inch | 3440 x 1440 | 165Hz  $699.99 at Dell
This is the lowest price yet for Alienware's segment defining OLED monitor. Sure, it's still a lot of money and this is now quite an old model. But, in truth, Samsung's QD-OLED panel tech hasn't moved on much since this first-gen model was released. In short, this glossy-panelled beauty is still a scorcher.

Price check: Amazon $899.99

LG UltraGear 34GS95QE | 34-inch | 240Hz | 3440 x 1440 | OLED | $1,299.99 $796.99 at Amazon (save $503)

LG UltraGear 34GS95QE | 34-inch | 240Hz | 3440 x 1440 | OLED | $1,299.99 $796.99 at Amazon (save $503)
With a 240 Hz refresh rate, this 34-inch curved ultrawide OLED monitor has AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and G-Sync support. It's plenty smooth and fast, too, when it comes to action. Plus that panel looks lush, although the HDR could be better. Not quite everything, this display, but damned close to it, and a great deal at this price.

Price check: Newegg $799.99

Gigabyte Aorus CO49DQ | 49-inch | 144Hz | 5120 x 1440 | OLED | $1,099.99 $899.99 at Amazon (save $200)

Gigabyte Aorus CO49DQ | 49-inch | 144Hz | 5120 x 1440 | OLED | $1,099.99 $899.99 at Amazon (save $200)
It's not been around for long but the Aorus CO49DQ already has a decent discount, and it's a lot of monitor for the money as we found in our review. Those rocking the RTX 4090 might be better off with the higher refresh rate of the Samsung Odyssey G9 G93SC, but the rest of us can take advantage of this very wide, very pretty looking panel for a bit less.

Price check: Newegg $899.99

Samsung Odyssey G9 G93SC OLED | 49-inch | 240Hz | 5120 x 1440 | OLED | $1,599.99$999.99 at Amazon (Prime Exclusive, save $600)

Samsung Odyssey G9 G93SC OLED | 49-inch | 240Hz | 5120 x 1440 | OLED | $1,599.99 $999.99 at Amazon (Prime Exclusive, save $600)
Samsung's hot new silly-wide OLED monitor has barely even been released, but it's already on sale. At 49 inches and sporting Samsung's QD-OLED tech, it doesn't look bad value next to all those $1,000-plus 34-inch ultrawide OLED, does it? Jeremy was, shall we say rather impressed in his review, and I reckon it looks like it was taken right off the set of a sci-fi film. Beautiful stuff.

Price check: Best Buy $1,079.99

Amazon Prime Day gaming TV deals

LG C4 Evo OLED | 48-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 144Hz | OLED $1,599.99$1,196.99 at Amazon (save $403)

LG C4 Evo OLED | 48-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 144Hz | OLED $1,599.99 $1,196.99 at Amazon (save $403)
Given the $800 to $1,000 most 27-inch 1440p OLED monitors cost, this 48-inch 4K OLED TV for just under $1,200 looks like a bit of a steal. It's a brand new 2024 model, not some ancient, dusty old-new-stock lump and supports up to 144Hz with a PC over HDMI 2.1, plus G-Sync and FreeSync support. It's one of the smaller OLED TV sets out there, though arguably still a touch too big to use as a pure monitor. But it's a lot of current-gen OLED TV for the money.

Price check: Newegg $1,196.99

Samsung S90D OLED | 55-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 120Hz | OLED $1,997.99$1,497.99 at Amazon (save $500)

Samsung S90D OLED | 55-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 120Hz | OLED $1,997.99 $1,497.99 at Amazon (save $500)
We prefer Samsung's QD-OLED panels to LG WOLED tech due to their punchier full-screen performance. So, this latest-gen 2024 Samsung TV would be our pick. It's a little pricier than the LG alternatives, but it's still $500 off list. It supports 144Hz refresh and hits 1,200 nits peak HDR brightness. Full-screen brightness is a little over 200 nits, which is about as good as large-panel OLED TV tech currently gets.

Price check: Newegg $1,497.99

LG C3 Evo OLED | 65-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 120Hz | OLED $1,999$1,596.99 at Newegg (save $402.01)

LG C3 Evo OLED | 65-inch | 3840 x 2160 | 120Hz | OLED $1,999 $1,596.99 at Newegg (save $402.01)
Fancy some big-screen gaming fun? How about a huge 65-inch 4K OLED TV for $1,400? It does rather put those 27-inch 1440p  OLED monitors for $1,000 into perspective, huh? This an LG C3, and thus a 2023 model rather than the very latest C4 generation. But it's hardly ancient and it's good for 120Hz, which is probably plenty given the full 4K resolution. This is surely too big to be an actual monitor, but if you're looking for something to play games with in your living room or share with a console, well, this could be just the ticket.

Price check: Amazon $1,496.99

LG OLED Flex | 42-inch | 120Hz | 3840 x 2160 | OLED $1,948.49$1,696.99 at Amazon (save $251.50)

LG OLED Flex | 42-inch | 120Hz | 3840 x 2160 | OLED $1,948.49 $1,696.99 at Amazon (save $251.50)
It's an older model, sir, but it checks out. The LG OLED Flex is based on LG's WOLED panel tech from the C2 and G2 generation from 2022 and 2023. So, it's not the very latest iteration. But this is still a 42-inch 4K OLED with 120Hz support and in throws in bendable panel tech, so you can switch between totally flat and up to 900R curve. It's far less than its $2,499 price it was at launch in late 2022. remarkable.

Price check: Newegg $1,696.99

Amazon Prime Day UK gaming monitor deals

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