Users looking for a new gaming monitor on a budget should take a look at these discounts we came across for both Dell and Acer Nitro displays. We’ve got a few goodies to look through, starting at $149 for the Dell S2721HS and going up to as much as $199 for the Acer Nitro XV271U M3bmiiprx.
These displays are at least AMD FreeSync certified with plenty of other specs that are well worth the investment—especially at these discounted rates. The Acer Nitro XZ320QR bih has even dropped to a new all-time low price of $159, down from its usual rate of $229.
Acer Nitro XZ320QR bih 32-inch FHD Curved Monitor: now $159 at Amazon (was $229)
This the lowest price we’ve seen for the Acer Nitro XZ320QR bih since it debuted. It’s the largest monitor on our list, measuring in at 32-inches and also features a curved FHD VA panel graded at 1500R. It’s AMD FreeSync certified with a maximum refresh rate of 75Hz.
To get a closer look at these deals, check out the product pages at Amazon. There you can find the Acer Nitro XV271U M3bmiiprx (the 27-inch WQHD IPS monitor), Acer Nitro XZ320QR bih (the 32-Inch FHD Curved VA monitor) and Dell S2721HS (the 27-Inch FHD IPS Monitor) at the newly discounted rates.
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I'm not sure I'd refer to the Dell S2721HS as a "gaming" monitor. I've been buying that model and its 1440p cousin the S2721Ds, exclusively to upgrade peoples monitors at the office. So yeah its a good general purpose monitor.Reply
I can't give any info on the Acer monitor but I can on those 27" Dell monitors.Reply
I have 4 of them. Been using them for about 3 years now for my stock trading software.
I have 2 of them flipped 180 degrees and stacked on top of the other 2.
That thin bezel helps tremendously in my situation.
Well worth that kind of money at $149 each, about what I paid when I bought them.
I'm not sure that I'd refer to the Dell S2721HS as an "office" monitor. 1080p is "budget class" for office work.why_wolf said:I'm not sure I'd refer to the Dell S2721HS as a "gaming" monitor. I've been buying that model and its 1440p cousin the S2721Ds, exclusively to upgrade peoples monitors at the office. So yeah its a good general purpose monitor.
On a 27" monitor, all the visible pixilation is annoying/ distracting when reading text. For an extra $50 (about a $1/month if spread the cost over 4yrs) you can get 1440p which is so much easier on the eyes. Less eyestrain => more productivity