I have no fewer than four screens pointed at me as I type these words. Yet it never feels like enough. Whether it’s a new TV, a large monitor for your workstation, or a tablet to read on the couch, there’s always a void to fill with another screen. So this week, we’re rounding up some of the best deals we’ve found on every kind of screen.
If this still hasn’t sated your hunger for screens, be sure to check out our guides to the Best TVs, Best Tablets, Best Smart Displays, and our Best Home Office Gear which includes, you guessed it, some screens.
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The 1080p resolution might not be the best you can get for a gaming monitor, but at this price, the G3 is still a solid buy. It supports AMD’s FreeSync and can run up to 144 frames per second. Its adjustable stand lets you rotate it to portrait orientation. This is also about $ 10 cheaper than the lowest price we’ve seen.
We’ve seen this monitor at this price before, but not for a while, so now’s a good time to grab it. This monitor is one of our go-tos for office (or home office) work. It’s got a 1080p IPS panel and VESA compatibility, so you can mount it on most monitor arms. Alternatively, it comes with a pretty adjustable stand.
Another monitor that’s in our home office gear guide, this Samsung display has a built-in pop-out webcam. When you’re done with it, you can press it back in to maintain your privacy. The monitor also comes with a VESA mount or an adjustable stand that can rotate to portrait orientation. The webcam output doesn’t look all that great in low light, so make sure you’ve got a good light source on you.
The 5-Series from TCL is our favorite entry-level TV. It features full-array local dimming, which gives it better contrast than many of the TVs it competes with in this price range. It also has built-in Roku software and an accompanying remote, so you can start streaming from your favorite apps as soon as you plug it in. It hasn’t dipped this low since April 2021.
This is the lowest price ever on one of our favorite TVs under $ 700. The Vizio M-Series Quantum TV (8/10, WIRED Recommends) uses local dimming for great contrast, plus it has Vizio’s Smartcast interface, making it easy to send video from your laptop or phone to the big screen.
This is also one of the lowest prices we’ve ever tracked for the LG C1 OLED, our favorite TV for gamers. That may not be a huge discount, but the C1 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) offers stunning contrast thanks to the OLED panel. And it supports Nvidia’s G-Sync and can run 4K video up to 120 frames per second, which means it pairs great with that Xbox Series X or PS5 (if you managed to snag one).
The Nokia T20 was very close to our favorite Android tablet when it was full price, but with this deal it’s a lot more attractive. The tablet comes with a 2K display, 64 gigabytes of internal storage, three years of security upgrades (starting in November 2021), and, best of all, a headphone jack.
Another great Android tablet we’re currently testing, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 comes with a dense 2,160 x 1,350 display, 128 gigabytes of internal storage, and a snappy Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor. But it’s the unique kickstand that really makes it stand out. That’s right, there’s a foldout stand attached that lets you tote it from room to room and keep it upright without the help of any accessories.
The Fire HD 10 Kids Edition is the exact same as the Fire HD 10 (7/10, WIRED Recommends), except it comes with a bumper case meant to withstand whatever kids throw at it, as well as a two-year worry-free guarantee — Amazon will replace it for free if your kids break it. You also get a year’s worth of access to Amazon Kids + for access to age-appropriate books, movies, and games, but it’s $ 3 per month after the first year. Check out our Best Kids Tablet guide for more recommendations.
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