Play in 4K with LG's 27-inch FreeSync monitor on sale for $380

The LG 27UL650-W 27-inch 4K LED monitor is down to $379.99 on Amazon. This monitor often sells as high as $500 and more regularly goes for a price around $450. It dropped to $400 earlier in September, which was a new low. Now today's drop takes another chunk off the price.

Your computer never looked so good with LG's 27-inch screen and 4K pixel resolution. It also supports VESA DisplayHDR 400 for excellent HDR content. Comes with AMD's FreeSync tech to reduce screen tearing. Also has two HDMI ports and a DisplayPort.

The LG's specifications include a pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160 on the 27-inch display. It also uses an IPS panel, which combined with the 4K resolution makes for a monitor that's perfect for watching media. You can even watch HDR content thanks to the screen meeting the VESA DisplayHDR 400 standard with 400 nits of brightness. It is designed so that three sides are virtually borderless, increasing your immersion. If you use an AMD graphics card, you can use the FreeSync tech to reduce screen tearing during high-performance games.

It has a 60 Hz refresh rate, and the connectivity options include a DisplayPort and two HDMI ports. Take advantage of LG's On-Screen Controls, too. The extra features include Screen Split 2.0 and Dual Controller. If you download the software for it, you can control these settings with your mouse instead of using the hard buttons on the monitor. Users give it 4.4 stars out of 5 based on 293 reviews.

In the market for a monitor but don't need one quite so robust? Check out MSI's 24-inch 1080p screen on sale for $189.99 at Amazon. It doesn't have quite as many pixels, but it's still a good choice for gamers thanks to the 144 Hz refresh rate and 1 ms response time.

John Levite
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