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Snag a 1440p LG IPS Monitor for $230

Lenovo Q27q-10
(Image credit: Best Buy)

Good deals on IPS panels can be hard to find, at least if you care about high refresh rates or resolutions. If you’re willing to sacrifice on at least one of those features, though, you can save a good chunk of change. Take Lenovo’s Q27q-10 IPS monitor, a 1440p 75Hz display that’s currently on sale for $230 on Best Buy. That’s $70 off its usual $300 asking price.

The Lenovo Q27q-10 is a 27 inch IPS display that focuses on fidelity. At a max resolution of 2560 x 1440, it’s not exactly the 4K of the best monitors, but it’s still higher than the FHD industry standard. And while its 75Hz refresh rate isn’t quite the 144Hz many gamers set as a minimum, it is still 15Hz over the more common 60Hz. It also has both HDMI and DisplayPort connections, is VESA mount and Freesync compatible and advertises 300 nits of brightness. 

Lenovo Q27q-10 Monitor: was $299.99 now $229.99 at Best Buy

The Lenovo Q27q-10 Monitor is a 27 inch display with an IPS screen and a max resolution of 2560 x 1440. It also has a 75Hz refresh rate, is Freesync compatible and has both HDMI and DisplayPort connections.View Deal

The key draw for this monitor is getting an IPS display at a higher-than-FHD resolution for less than $300. You might have to sacrifice high frame rate gaming to do so, but you’ll get great viewing angles and colors in exchange. 

  • popatim
    The title says it's an LG monitor but in the article its LENOVO
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  • Darkbreeze
    popatim said:
    The title says it's an LG monitor but in the article its LENOVO
    Yeah, that's lame. LOL. I don't think any of US are likely to make the mistake of thinking they are similar in terms of quality or performance, in most cases. At 230 bucks for an LG 1440p display, I was interested. For Lenovo, not so much to be honest.
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  • popatim
    Same here.
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