Samsung 24-inch IPS Monitor Just $90 at Best Buy

Samsung T350 Monitor
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A secondary or even tertiary monitor can be a game changer in a home office, and because these displays aren’t your primary screen, they don’t even need to be that specced out. That makes the holiday deals season a great time to look for a new display, because even if the specs vary from listing to listing, it’s not hard to find more-than-acceptable screens for below $100. 

Take this $90 (down from $150) Samsung T350 sale at Best Buy, which will net you a 24 inch IPS monitor with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. It's one of the best Cyber Monday monitor deals you can get.

Samsung T350 Series Monitor: was $150, now $90 at Best Buy

Samsung T350 Series Monitor: was $150, now $90 at Best Buy
This monitor is a simple FHD @ 75 Hz display with thin bezels and an IPS screen, which makes it an attractive budget pick at less than $100.

This monitor also has a 27- inch sibling that’s on sale right now for $130 (down from $180) if you want to veer a little larger, but either way, it’s got everything you’ll need from a budget display. There’s no curved screens or high refresh rates to be found here- you’ll have to look at the best monitors for those- but even just having IPS makes this a pretty enticing Cyber Monday monitor deal.

This monitor’s biggest flaw might be a lack of connectivity options, since it interfaces via HDMI and VGA and only has one port for each. It does have thin bezels, though, and maxes out at 75HZ as opposed to 60Hz.

Visit the product page over on Best Buy for more details, and for more savings, check our list of best Cyber Monday deals overall, best Cyber Monday monitor deals, best Cyber Monday SSD deals, best Cyber Monday CPU deals, best Cyber Monday graphics card deals, best Cyber Monday laptop deals, best Cyber Monday gaming PC deals and best Cyber Monday Raspberry Pi deals.

Michelle Ehrhardt

Michelle Ehrhardt is an editor at Tom's Hardware. She's been following tech since her family got a Gateway running Windows 95, and is now on her third custom-built system. Her work has been published in publications like Paste, The Atlantic, and Kill Screen, just to name a few. She also holds a master's degree in game design from NYU.