Amazon has Samsung's The Space 27-inch 1440p computer monitor down to a low price of $249.99. The Space has only dropped this low once before, and we shared that deal, too, back in August. You're more likely to find it selling for around $330 or as high as $370.
It's called The Space because that is what it is designed to save. The stand attaches to the edge of your desk instead of sitting on top. The monitor has no bezels on three sides. And there's only a single cable to reduce clutter.
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It's called The Space because that is what it is designed to save. The integrated arm stand attaches to the edge of your desk. It's a clamp that supports any desk up to 3.54 inches thick. That makes installation quick and easy. Plus, the stand can be raised and lowered and even made to sit flush against a wall or your desk. Without the stand cluttering your desktop, you save a lot on usable space.
The look of the monitor includes a slim panel for accessing the display's features and three sides with no bezel at all. That makes it extremely immersive and amazing in a double or triple monitor setup. With only a single cable that sits neatly behind the arm stand, you can keep your desk free of clutter that way as well.
The specifications for the screen include a WQHD 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution and a 144 Hz refresh rate. It also has a 4 ms response time and uses a VA panel. The connectivity options include an HDMI port and a mini DisplayPort. it comes with a one-year warranty from Samsung.
Take a look at Dell's S2719DGF monitor if the bezel-less design interests you. Dell's monitor has a lot of strengths going for it, including being on sale for just $284.99. It also has adaptive sync for both Nvidia and AMD, a 1 ms response time, and VESA mounting so you can customize how you mount it. Those are all differences from Samsung's The Space that might be important to you.
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