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Deals Oct 9: Dell 27" 1080p IPS Anti-glare LCD $309.99

Ending soon! 27" Dell P2714H 1080p IPS Anti-glare LED-backlit LCD Monitor for $309.99 with free shipping (normally $399.99 ).

15.6" HP ENVY 15t-j000 Quad Edition 4th-gen Core i7 "Haswell" Laptop w/8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive for $699.99 with free shipping (normally $799.99 - use coupon code NB1615 ).

32" Vizio E320-A0 32" 720p LED HDTV + $50 Dell eGift Card for $248 with free shipping (normally $248 without gift card).

Today only! Buffalo AirStation Extreme Wireless-AC 1750 Dual Band Wireless Router for $124.99 with free shipping (normally $199.99 - use coupon code EMCWXXT65 | via Newegg).

Dell Optiplex 9010 Core i5 Mini Tower Desktop (Quickship) w/ Windows 7 Professional & 3-year warranty for $669 with free shipping (normally $799 - use coupon code $MFX6RKRP9TG4P ).

Just-released! Dell Inspiron 17R 4th-gen Core i3 "Haswell" Laptop w/6GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive & Windows 8 for $549.99 with free shipping (normally $649.99 - use coupon code 5D?0D15W9LP822 ).

Alienware X51 4th-gen Core i3-4130 "Haswell" Dual-core mini Gaming PC w/6GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive & 1GB GeForce GTX 645 for $649 with free shipping (normally $699 - use coupon code 2M66J?BPVPP$F3 ).

Timex Expedition Rugged Core Analog Watch for $32.95 only (normally $49.95).

Steelcase Think Chair (without arms) starting at $543.15 with free shipping (normally $639).

Realspace Broadstreet Contoured U-Shaped Desk for $269.99 with free in-store pickup or shipping based on location (normally $379.99 - use coupon code 36912747 ).

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  • John Bauer
    I got my LG 27" IPS 1080p monitor (which has a matte coating) for $225. So how is that $300 dell a deal? Dell overprices everything.
    Reply
  • Bondfc11
    why would anyone buy a 27" 1080 display? 1440 is the way to go at that screen size.
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  • John Bauer
    11688871 said:
    why would anyone buy a 27" 1080 display? 1440 is the way to go at that screen size.

    27" 1080p screen $225-$350
    27" 1440P screen $600-$1,000+
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  • burkhartmj
    11687523 said:
    I got my LG 27" IPS 1080p monitor (which has a matte coating) for $225. So how is that $300 dell a deal? Dell overprices everything.

    There's a couple of reasons why Dell's monitor would be more expensive than yours .

    Firstly, the build quality is noticeably higher on the Dell. Between the ability to rotate the display, change angles and change height, all the LG can do is rock back and forward for angle.

    Secondly, the Dell has DisplayPort in place of HDMI. Not everyone would look at this as a plus, but DisplayPort is objectively a much more versatile port for monitors than HDMI, since it doesn't place hardware limitations on number of screens and can handle much higher throughput.

    Thirdly, there is an aspect of blindly trusting Dell's screen tech more than LG. I have Dells at work and they are outstanding monitors. The LG is probably just fine, but they definitely don't have the same reputation for their screens that Dell does.

    Lastly, it has to be said, the Dells have way more style than the LG monitors. They're professional without being boring, and look very sleek. They'd compliment any computer and desk from a dorm room gaming rig to a glass executive desk. Form isn't as important as function, but that doesn't mean it isn't important at all.
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  • jasonpwns
    11687523 said:
    I got my LG 27" IPS 1080p monitor (which has a matte coating) for $225. So how is that $300 dell a deal? Dell overprices everything.

    I've seen many dell monitors in person and they look great. They are also built with excellent quality. If the LG monitor does not come with a pivt/swivel mount I'm not interested.
    Reply
  • John Bauer
    11690898 said:
    11687523 said:
    I got my LG 27" IPS 1080p monitor (which has a matte coating) for $225. So how is that $300 dell a deal? Dell overprices everything.

    There's a couple of reasons why Dell's monitor would be more expensive than yours .

    Firstly, the build quality is noticeably higher on the Dell. Between the ability to rotate the display, change angles and change height, all the LG can do is rock back and forward for angle.

    Secondly, the Dell has DisplayPort in place of HDMI. Not everyone would look at this as a plus, but DisplayPort is objectively a much more versatile port for monitors than HDMI, since it doesn't place hardware limitations on number of screens and can handle much higher throughput.

    Thirdly, there is an aspect of blindly trusting Dell's screen tech more than LG. I have Dells at work and they are outstanding monitors. The LG is probably just fine, but they definitely don't have the same reputation for their screens that Dell does.

    Lastly, it has to be said, the Dells have way more style than the LG monitors. They're professional without being boring, and look very sleek. They'd compliment any computer and desk from a dorm room gaming rig to a glass executive desk. Form isn't as important as function, but that doesn't mean it isn't important at all.

    11691122 said:
    11687523 said:
    I got my LG 27" IPS 1080p monitor (which has a matte coating) for $225. So how is that $300 dell a deal? Dell overprices everything.

    I've seen many dell monitors in person and they look great. They are also built with excellent quality. If the LG monitor does not come with a pivt/swivel mount I'm not interested.

    I actually bought this monitor at Sam's club, it was the only one they actually had. I'm also glad that it has HDMI, I had a spare HDMI laying around so I didn't need to buy a new cord. It just fit my needs the best

    I should add that personally, I would not need a swivel mount, and when I first put the stand on it, it's built so poorly, I thought it was going to break from the weight of this huge monitor. But I found a way to secure it better (extra screws to connect it to the actual foot, it was loose)
    Reply