Take advantage of these monitor deals before Prime Day ends

This year’s Amazon Prime Day lasted two days, and in this promotion the subscribers of Amazon prime They have been able to enjoy interesting discounts on thousands of products of all kinds. At HardZone we have prepared a showcase with the best hardware deals so you don’t miss a single one, so be sure to take a look to find the best discounts on the products you were (or not) looking for.

LG 27UL500W, 4K monitors at the best price

We are probably facing one of the cheapest 4K resolution monitors on the market, and even more so now that it has a 13% discount during Prime Day. This LG monitor has a 27-inch LED-IPS matrix with 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution, with 300 cd / m2 of maximum brightness, 98% coverage of the sRGB color space, 5 ms response time and 60 Hz of refresh rate. Obviously the monitor is not a marvel, but being IPS and with 4K resolution at this price we consider it to be a real bargain.

Xiaomi 1C, the cheapest Full HD monitor?

Xiaomi 1C monitors

This Xiaomi monitor was already cheap in itself, but during Prime Day it has a 23% discount and comes out for just 100 euros, so it is an excellent opportunity for those who need an additional monitor or want to change theirs without spending a lot of money. This device has a 23.8-inch LED-IPS matrix and Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) and has the peculiarity that it has an HDMI and a VGA video input, ideal for use with older equipment. Otherwise, it has a maximum brightness of 250 cd / m2, a typical contrast of 1000 to 1, its response time is 6 ms GtG, and its refresh rate is 60 Hz.

Lenovo D27-30, the cheapest way to have FreeSync

Lenovo D27 Monitors

If you have an AMD graphics card, this monitor will come in handy to try FreeSync without spending a lot of money, and even more so now that it has a 26% discount. We are facing a 27-inch screen with Full HD resolution, 4 ms response time and variable refresh rate from 48 to 75 Hz with FreeSync technology.

ASUS TUF VG27WQ1B, curved gaming monitors with HDR


We now enter a range of higher-end monitors with this Asus model, with 27 inches diagonal and WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels), with 1 ms response time, 165 Hz refresh rate (compatible with FreeSync Premium ) and 1500R curvature for greater immersion. These features are complemented by HDR10 support and Extreme Low Motion Blur technology for a better gaming experience.

ASUS ProArt PA278QV, professional monitors at normal prices

Monitors ASUS ProArt PA278QV

This monitor is one of the cheapest in the Asus professional range, but now with a 27% discount it is even more so. It has a size of 27 inches with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, a refresh rate of 48 to 75 Hz (FreeSync) and a response time of 5 ms, but it has the particularity that it is made of aluminum, it has a USB video input -C (in addition to HDMI and DisplayPort) and its IPS panel is factory calibrated to support 100% sRGB color space, verified and calibrated by Calman.

ASUS VG27AQ1A, top-of-the-range gaming monitor


If you are considering buying a high-end monitor for gaming, now with this offer with a 20% discount you have a great opportunity. This monitor has a 27-inch LED-IPS panel with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, 170 Hz variable refresh rate compatible with NVIDIA G-Sync and FreeSync, 1 ms MPRT response time, Extreme Low Motion Blur and is certified with HDR10.

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