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Save $150 this Cyber Monday and finally get that 4K monitor you’ve wanted

While 4K TVs get more and more affordable every day, 4K computer monitors continue to elude the affordability monikor for the most part. Still it’s nice to see at least a few of them go on sale for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. You can grab LG’s 27UL600-W 27-inch 4K FreeSync monitor on sale for $279.99 today. That’s down from a more regular price of $430, and you can still find it going for more than $400 at other retailers.

Of course a 4K screen is worth it on its own, but this monitor has a lot more to offer than just those sweet, sweet pixels. For one thing, it has HDR support thanks to the VESA certified DisplayHDR 400 tech. You’ll get some amazing image quality with HDR content, and since this screen has an IPS panel it’s going to have very accurate colors. It also has 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles so you’ll be able to see what’s on screen from any angle.

Other specifications include a 5 ms response time and 60 Hz refresh rate, which are both pretty standard for inexpensive 4K screens. The price really jumps when you get into 4K above 60Hz. The built-in AMD FreeSync tech helps you deal with screen tearing and motion blur as long as you have an AMD graphics card.

Connectivity options include a DisplayPort and two HDMI ports. Use these ports to connect streaming devices or DVD players or whatever so you can view all your favorite content in delicious 4K.

The Cyber Monday deals are already upon us, and we are seeing a ton of great discounts. Some of them are Black Friday leftovers but some will be all new. Be sure to follow our hub and keep tabs on everything we drop over the next couple of days.

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