This ASUS ROG 27-inch curved gaming monitor is 20% off from Amazon UK

Or pick it up from Ebuyer and get Dying Light 1 & 2 free

Curved monitors are designed to feel larger than flat screens of the same size, making them especially great if you love big open world games you can get lost in. That said, you'll also want to ensure it's got a high refresh rate with low-latency so that you've also got a great viable option for anything fast-paced. At a solid 165Hz with a crisp wide 2560 x 1440 display, the ASUS ROG Strix XG27W curved gaming monitor offers the best of both, and it's down to just £359.98 from Amazon UK, saving £109 (23 percent off) from its usual price of £469.

You can also get the same offer over at Ebuyer, who are also offering a further promotion so if you buy the ASUS ROG Strix XG27W you'll also be eligible to redeem a copy of Dying Light and its upcoming sequel Dying Light 2: Stay Human for free.


At a wider WQHD 2560 x 1440 resolution, the XG27WQ's curved panel offers more space for your desktop than a standard monitor while also providing a cinema standard of colours, providing a wider and more accurate colour palette. It's also no slouch in performance thanks to its ultra-fast 165Hz refresh rate while ASUS' Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) technology enables a 1ms response time that eliminates screen-tearing and makes for much sharper and smoother game. It also supports both Adaptive-Sync with NVIDIA GeForce GPUs as well as AMD's Freesync Premium.

There are plenty of other gaming monitor options available during this Black Friday weekend too. If you're after an even faster 240Hz monitor, Digital Foundry has also recommended Samsung's Odyssey G7, which is down to $500 from Amazon US (was $700) and £429 from Amazon UK (was £550). If you're looking to level up the rest of your PC hardware, from keyboards to mice, we've also rounded up the best PC deals for Black Friday 2021 here.

And for even more deals, why not give Jelly Deals a follow on Twitter for all the latest updates throughout this Black Friday weekend.

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Alan is a freelance writer and critic with an unabashed love of Japanese games and RPGs, despite having less time for them. He will also find any excuse to get all blue skies about Sega.


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