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This 21-inch HP monitor is still $85 at Amazon following Black Friday

Black Friday is over, but that doesn’t mean you’ll no longer be able to take advantage of Amazon Black Friday deals. If you’re looking for a monitor, Amazon is still selling the 21.5-inch HP Pavilion 22cwa at a $15 discount from its original price of $100, taking it down to only $85.

Cyber Monday is fast approaching, but if you don’t want to wait to buy a new monitor, Amazon’s offer of $85 for the HP Pavilion 22cwa is still available even after Black Friday ended. There’s no telling how long stocks will last, and if the deal will still be available come Cyber Monday, so you might want to click on that Buy Now button to make sure that the monitor arrives in time for the holidays.

The HP Pavilion 22cwa, which is included in Digital Trends’ best monitors under $100, features a 21.5-inch Full HD screen with 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 60Hz refresh rate, a 16:9 aspect ratio, and an anti-glare IPS panel that enables a wide viewing angle. The monitor also offers a 7ms response time, which helps eliminate motion blur, and up to 250 nits of brightness.

The tilt of the 21.5-inch monitor may be adjusted from -5 degrees to 25 degrees, to help you find your most comfortable viewing angle. The open wedge design of the monitor also enables easy access to its HDMI and VGA port, in case you need to often switch connections. Its thin profile makes it easy to fit in any working space, while looking stylish at the same time.

You might want to take a look at other Black Friday monitor deals before you decide to buy the HP Pavilion 22cwa, to make sure that you’re making the right choice. You can’t go wrong with Amazon’s offer for the 21.5-inch monitor though, with the $15 discount reducing its price to $85 from its original price of $100.

More monitor deals available now

Black Friday has passed, but some Black Friday deals for monitors and other computer peripherals are still going strong. If you’re not sold on Amazon’s offer for the HP Pavilion 22cwa, we’ve gathered some monitor deals that are still available for you to explore.


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Samsung SE450 Series 21.5-inch 1080p Desktop Monitor (Pair)

$99 $378

Looking for a cheap dual-monitor setup? It doesn’t get much cheaper than this. Add two to your car and apply the code to score two 1080p Samsung displays for a downright steal of a price.

Buy at HP


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Auzai 15.6-Inch 1080p IPS Portable Monitor

$144 $190

Feeling boxed in by your laptop screen? A good portable monitor like this 15.6-inch 1080p number from Auzai is one of those things you never knew you needed until you have one.

Buy at Amazon

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Dell Gaming 27-Inch Curved 1080p 144Hz G-Sync/FreeSync Gaming Monitor

$225 $280

If 1080p is good enough for you, then this gaming monitor from Dell is a fantastic and versatile choice thanks to its smooth refresh rate and compatibility with both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync.

Buy at Dell

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Dell 32″ LED Curved QHD FreeSync Monitor

$330 $450

This is one of the most affordable Quad HD curved gaming monitors you can buy. In addition, it has an HDR panel that enables more vivid colors and a 165Hz refresh rate for smoother gameplay.

Buy at Best Buy

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Samsung CF398 27-inch Curved 1080p Monitor

$150 $200

Immerse yourself in your games and movies with the curved, 27-inch Samsung CF398 monitor, offering picturesque color quality and an industry-grade curvature for all your visually intensive needs.

Buy at Samsung

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Alienware AW3420DW Curved 34″ Monitor

$1,000 $1,200

No top-tier gaming setup is complete without the Alienware AW3420DW monitor. With a curved, ultrawide display in 3440x1440p and a 120Hz refresh rate, this monitor is a hardcore gamer’s delight.

Buy at Amazon

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