- Dell 27" Monitor for $140
Dell 27-inch LED-backlit LCD IPS Monitor for $140 this week.
According to Dell.com, it has HDMI and VGA ports, 6ms response time, 1920x1080 resolution at 75Hz, and a 3-year warranty.
- Acer 24" Computer Monitor for $75
Acer (KA240H) 24-inch LED-backlit LCD Computer Monitor for $75 with free 2-day shipping.
Normally about $105, and has mostly positive reviews.
BestBuy.com does not mention a warranty, but Acer.com's warranty page shows consumer monitors come with a 3-year warranty.
According to Acer.com, the monitor has DVI and VGA inputs, supports up to 1920x1080 resolution (1080p), has a pretty good 5ms response time, and includes a VGA cable.
No HDMI, but Monoprice and many other stores sell HDMI-to-DVI cables and adapters.
Intel Slim Mini PC, Intel i3-6100U CPU for $220.
Add one or two DDR4 SO-DIMM (laptop) memory (up to 32GB total), a M.2 SSD (not a SATA SSD), an operating system (Linux or Windows), a monitor, and a keyboard & mouse.
- Dell 21.5" Monitor $60 For Prime Customers (expired)
Anyone with an Amazon Prime subscription ($99/yr) can buy a Dell 21.5-inch Computer Monitor for $60 today.
That is cheaper than the 19-inch, and probably the cheapest price we have ever seen a popular brand 21.5" monitor sold for.
Prime members can share their membership with a member of their household.
So, if your spouse, roommate, or best friend has a Prime subscription, they could grant you Prime access at no cost.
- Acer 24" Computer Monitor for $80
Acer 24-inch LED-backlit LCD Computer Monitor for $80.
Normally, 24-inch monitors sell for at least $100.
Has HDMI, DVI and VGA inputs, according to Acer.
Best Buy's product detail does not specify a warranty, but Acer's website says a 3 year warranty is provided with their monitors.
Most other computer displays include a one year warranty.
If you prefer Newegg over Best Buy, they are selling a similar Asus 24" Computer Monitor for $110 and a $20 Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate.
The Asus has a 3 year warranty, like the Acer.
Lexar 32GB MicroSD Memory Card for $10.
Normally about $18.
MicroSD cards work in some portable devices, and not to be confused with SD cards used in cameras.
Netgear 5-Port Gigabit Switch, Software-Managed for $20.
We use this Switch in a room that connects a couple Ethernet devices, and it works fairly well.
It does have software to configure the router (QoS, port mirroring, cable diagnostics) which can be helpful when troubleshooting connection problems.
Asus RT-N12 Wifi Router for $18.
Normally about $28.
Cheap routers can handle only a small number of devices and limited bandwidth, so we do not recommend them for someone who uses the Internet a lot.
However, as a range extender (a second router extending the range of your Wifi network, linked with an Ethernet cable), cheap routers work very well.
Netgear Wifi Range Extender for $19.
Normally about $28.
It is specifically designed to extend the range of your Wifi network in areas of the house where WIfi is weak.
Plug an Ethernet cable into your main router during initial setup, then unplug the cable and plug the range extender onto a power outlet anywhere in the house.
It creates a second SSID that your Wifi devices can connect to when not in range of your main router.
- 34" Ultrawide Computer Monitor $280
LG (34UM57) 34-inch Ultrawide IPS LED Computer Monitor for $340, and code PROMONITOR applies $60 off.
Also includes Corel Paintshop Pro X8 for Windows for free (worth about $24 if you kept it unopened and sold it on Ebay).
Normally $340 to $350.
Hisense 55-inch 4K 2160p HDTV for $460 with code UHD2X20 ($500 before coupon).
Three reviews to read/watch before considering buying this:
and Reviewd.com video review.
They say it is a good TV at an affordable price, probably the cheapest 55-inch 4K you can find.
It does have an input lag, so not the best choice for games.
The HDR is not true HDR.
However if you want a TV at a good price that also has good reviews, this seems like a solid choice.
If you want a cheap TV and don't worry about the reviews, check out a Sceptre 55" 4K 2160p HDTV at Walmart for $330.
Dell S2240T 22-inch Touch-Screen LED/LCD Monitor for $280 for one, or $420 for two ($210 each).
They normally sell for $260 each.
Touch-screen monitors are truly awesome because you can scroll, click, and pinch/zoom with your fingers just like on a phone or tablet.