There are a ton of great Prime Day monitor deals available this year, but the absolute highlight has to be Samsung's Odyssey G7 monitor, which has been discounted from £550 to £429 - the lowest price we've ever seen it. That's incredible for a 27-inch 2560x1440 QLED monitor that has a 240Hz refresh rate, G-Sync compatibility and a DisplayHDR 600 certification.
This combination makes for a great screen for gaming or watching HDR video, as you get bright highlights, extremely deep blacks and therefore superior contrast - perfect for dark scenes in movies or games. The 240Hz refresh rate is ideal for anything fast-paced and competitive, such as first person shooters, while the 1440p resolution is ideal for the 27-inch screen size. It's incredibly rare to see these specs for anywhere below £500, so £429 is outstanding.
- Get the Samsung Odyssey G7 for £429 (was £550)
Note that you can actually get the monitor by paying only £422, a further £7 savings. To do this, top up your Amazon account by £50 after opting into the top-up deal, and you'll see that your account has £57. Use this money and your normal payment method to pay for the monitor, reducing the price by £7 overall. If you don't have Prime, you can get a 30-day free trial.
Other Samsung Odyssey monitors have also been discounted today, from the entry-level G5 - which is available in 27-inch 16:9 and 34-inch 21:9 sizes - to the super-ultra-wide G9, which is £200 cheaper today. The latter is still expensive at £1049, but the specs are insane - it's essentially two 27-inch 2560x1440 screens side-by-side, with a 240Hz refresh rate and DisplayHDR 1000 (!) certification to boot.
- Samsung Odyssey G5 (27" 144Hz 1440p ) for £239 (was £300)
- Samsung Odyssey G5 (34" 165Hz 3440x1440) for £399 or here for £384 (was £500)
- Samsung Odyssey G9 (49" 5120x1440 240Hz G-Sync) for £1049 (was £1279)
The other Prime Day monitor deals we've spotted are here, FYI. Highlights from other manufacturers include the Asus Tuf Gaming AQ27AQ, a great 27-inch monitor for PC or Series X/S gaming at 1440p 120Hz (consoles) or 1440p 165Hz (PC) that supports simultaneous Black Frame Insertion (BFI) and adaptive sync - a rare feature that can improve motion handling substantially. The Acer Predator X35, MSI MAG342CQRV and MSI 343CQR are three more 34-inch ultra-wides to consider. Finally, the LG 27GL83A offers a modern Fast IPS panel at the most popular 1440p 144Hz sweet spot for price versus performance.
- Acer Nitro VG271USbmiipx (27" 1440p IPS 170Hz) for £280
- Acer Predator X35 (35" ultra-wide 3440x1440 200Hz G-Sync DisplayHDR 1000) for £1400
- AOC Q32E2N (32" 1440p 75Hz IPS) for £160
- ASUS ProArt PQ22UC 4K OLED Professional Monitor £3379
- ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ (27" 1440p IPS 155Hz G-Sync Compatible) for £324
- BenQ EX3501R (35" ultra-wide 3440x1440 100Hz) for £465
- HP OMEN 27i (27" 1440p 165Hz) for £400
- HP 27xq (27" 1440p 144Hz) for £220
- LG 27GL83A-B (27" 1440p 144Hz Fast IPS G-Sync Compatible) for £340
- MSI Optix MAG342CQRV (34" curved 3440x1440 100Hz) for £379
- MSI Artymis 343CQR (34" 3440x1440 165Hz VA) for £759
Do let us know what you think in the comments below! And if we missed a monitor deal, please leave a comment or tweet us @dealsfoundry, where we'll be rounding up the deals as we find them. Cheers!
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