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Best 4K Monitor Deals for July 2021

You need a 4K monitor. Well, maybe you don't need it, but you definitely want it. There are a lot of benefits to having 4K resolution on a computer monitor, whether you are deep into photo editing, play computer games, or want the best way to watch movies and TV shows while sitting at your computer desk.

Unfortunately, 4K is already a relatively expensive feature compared to 1080p or 1440p resolutions so the more extra features you add the quickly the price can rise. These monitors don't usually run cheap, and if they do it's because they sacrifice refresh rate, response times, or other tech. Whatever you're looking for in a 4K monitor, we have the best deals available right here.

Best 4K Monitor Deals

LG 27UK500-B 27-inch 4K IPS display | $80 off

The monitor supports HDR10 for bright images on your 4K screen. It also has a sRGB 98% color gamut and it is AMD FreeSync compatible. The VESA mounting on the back means you can put this on an arm mount or the wall.

$269 at Amazon

Samsung UR55 28-inch 4K monitor renewed | $70 off

Covered by Amazon's Renewed guarantee. Not only does this monitor have 4K resolution, it also uses an IPS panel. That means you get incredible image quality and great viewing angles that let you see what's on display from wherever you're sitting. The screen supports HDR for even more brilliant imagery, and it has AMD FreeSync to help reduce screen tearing.

$279.99 at Amazon

LG 27UL650-W 27-inch 4K VESA monitor | $110 off

You get 4K resolution on an IPS panel with great color accuracy and 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles. The design includes a virtually borderless screen on three sides and an adjustable stand. It's also compatible with AMD FreeSync tech.

$336.62 at Amazon

HP U27 27-inch IPS 4K FreeSync monitor | $50 off

The specifications definitely include 4K resolution, but you get a lot more than that. The clutter-free wireless connectivity is a neat feature that lets you seamlessly share your media from computer to screen without cluttering up your space with unnecessary cables. Includes integrated speakers, an adjustable stand, an IPS panel with great viewing angles, VESA wall mounting, AMD FreeSync technology, and more.

$449.99 at Walmart

BenQ PD2700U 27-inch 4K IPS monitor | $40 off

Has 4K resolution at a 60Hz refresh rate and with HDR10 support for previewing video content in the best light possible. It has an IPS panel with wide viewing angles, 350 nits of brightness, and a 5ms response time. It also comes pre-calibrated with its own calibration report.

$499.99 at Amazon

BenQ EW3280U 32-inch 4K IPS monitor | $100 off

This monitor first dropped this low for Black Friday and hasn't quite gone all the way back up to its regular price since. It's the lowest we've ever seen, but we don't know if it'll stay this low. The screen has 4K resolution, HDR support, FreeSync, and a powerful 2.1-channel system with a subwoofer. It also has a USB-C port for charging or just connecting.

$699.99 at Amazon

BenQ PD2720U 27-inch 4K IPS monitor | $200 off

An all-new low price. The screen has an IPS panel with wide viewing angles and great color accuracy. It has Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, DisplayPort, and HDMI. You can daisy chain monitors that way. You can also use Keyboard Video Mouse Switch to display info from two computers on one screen.

$899.99 at Amazon



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