The Best Computer Monitor Deals for June 2022

Whether it’s being used for working, gaming, or streaming, a new monitor is sure to enhance any computer app. If it’s been a while since you upgraded your desktop’s screen (or if you’re interested in a second screen setup for your laptop), your eyes will thank you: Most of these new options include filters and settings to keep eyestrain to a minimum.


Best Home and Office Monitor Deals for June 2022

Best Gaming Monitor Deals for June 2022

When making a purchase decision, the first thing to consider available space. Whether you’re putting your monitor on a desk or attaching it to a wall, most of us like to have at least a 24- to 30-inch screen. Though if you’ve got lots of documents you’re working on at once or doing some detailed graphical work, a wider or even a curved-screen monitor is worth looking into.

Resolution is a more important decision when it comes to cost: 1080p is good enough for basic office work on a moderate-sized screen (about 24-30 inches), though you’ll notice the difference if you step up to 1440p. Gamers will probably want to splurge on a 4K monitor if their graphics cards can handle the work. You’ll also want to pay attention to refresh rate: 75Hz is the standard for office work but gaming monitors should look at options starting at 144Hz.


Home and Office Monitor Deals

Dell S2721HN

Dell S2721HN 27-Inch 1080p IPS Monitor

For just a few dollars more than the 24-inch HP, this monitor gives you three extra inches of screen space, the same resolution and brightness but with an extra HDMI input for seamless switching between CPU and gaming console. You also get a slightly better refresh rate (75Hz), so unless you’re really sticking to a budget, we’d recommend the upsell.


HP V223ve

HP V223ve 21.5-Inch 1080p Monitor

This base-level Full HD monitor is smaller than most at just 21.5 inches, but you get an above-average refresh rate of 75Hz and a contrast ratio of 3000:1, plus HDMI and VGA ports and a Low Blue Light filter to take it easier on your eyes during long days. We probably wouldn’t use this as our main display, but it’s the right price for a second screen or a backup panel.


Dell S2722DZ

Dell S2722DZ Video Conferencing Monitor

With so many of us spending hours each day attending online webinars and conferences, it’s a bit astonishing that more monitors aren’t being positioned as video-call friendly. Thankfully, this Dell monitor is here fill that space, with a 27-inch QHD screen featuring an above-average refresh rate (75Hz) and response time (4ms). This display differentiates itself with a great 5MP webcam, ensuring you’ll look great on everyone else’s screen. It’s not only built in to the monitor, but it pops up when you need it, ensuring privacy when you don’t. 


Samsung M5

Samsung M5 24-Inch 1080p Smart Streaming Monitor

If you’re doing a lot of work from a home office but you want a monitor that’s more than a basic display, this is an awesome choice. Thanks to the streaming capability that’s built into this 24-inch 1,920-by-1,080 FHD Samsung screen, it’s equal parts computer monitor and smart TV, essentially doubling its usability. Its Apple AirPlay 2 integration allows you to use it as a wireless dual monitor for your MacBook and you can even log into a remote terminal to work through this screen on a machine at work or school. Then you can use the same screen to watch Netflix, Hulu, or other streaming services, saving you valuable desk or wall space. 


HP 24mh

HP 24mh 24-Inch 1080p Monitor

Compared to the other HP on this list, a slightly higher price gets you the same Full HD resolution and refresh rate, but on a larger screen that comes packaged with two built-in speakers and super-thin bezels around the IPS screen. It’s flexible, too: You get multiple display ports for your HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA outputs. 


Samsung UR55

Samsung UR55 28-Inch 4K IPS Monitor

A great price for a slightly larger 4K UHD screen with deep color response thanks to Samsung’s HDR technology. It’s also like getting two displays for the price of one, since the PBP option can display video from two sources on the screen simultaneously.


Dell C1422H

Dell C1422H 14-Inch 1080p Portable Monitor

We haven’t seen a lot of deals on portable monitors, and with many of us hitting the road in the coming months, it might be worth grabbing this if you’re going to take your office with you. The multiple USB-C ports make it easy to power and connect this 14-inch ultralight display, while the 300 nits of brightness means you can work in a bright office, coffee shop, or shared workspace without squinting all day. It’s got power passthrough so you can use the monitor and charge your laptop with just one plug, and it’s easy to carry with you at just 1.5 pounds.


Dell UltraSharp U4320Q

Dell UltraSharp U4320Q 43-Inch 4K Monitor

This sprawling 43-inch monitor lets you step up to a 4K resolution with a variety of inputs (HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C) that give you four-screen picture-in-picture for working on multiple machines simultaneously. This Dell makes the higher spend worth it with features like its Dell Display Manager that gives you auto-restore, multiple preset layouts and shortcut keys for quickly rearranging your display. Need even more space? Add additional monitors to expand your viewing area on either side of the main screen.


Gaming Monitor Deals

Dell S2721HGF

Dell S2721HGF 27” Curved 1080p 144Hz VA Gaming Monitor

The Dell S2721HGF Curved monitor offers an immersive experience with its 1500R curved VA-panel display with 1,920-by-1,080 resolution and up to 144Hz refresh rate. We gave it our Editors’ Choice 4 out of 5 rating, noting its solid performance at a reasonable price. If you have a compatible AMD Radeon or Nvidia GeForce card, you can activate the adaptive sync feature to reduce screen tearing and stuttering. Dell also includes a three-year limited warranty.


Dell S3222DGM QHD Curved Gaming Monitor

Dell S3222DGM QHD Curved Gaming Monitor

Prices for smaller curved monitors have been getting lower and lower, but a 32-inch QHD display with gamer-friendly specs at this rate is a good buy. While the brightness of this monitor is about average at 350 nits, the refresh rate and the response time are both quite good (165Hz and 1ms, respectively). The VA panel is a step up from the usual IPS displays, which allows for some nice color contrast, and if you’re sharing this display with friends or roommates, the multiple user profiles make it easy to ensure your personal preferences are quick to find when it’s your turn with the joystick. 


LG 27GN750-B

LG 27GN750-B UltraGear 27-Inch 1080p IPS Gaming Monitor

Compared to other similarly priced gaming monitors, this LG option differentiates itself with a screaming-fast refresh rate of 240Hz with an excellent 1ms GTG response time. So if screen speed is of the utmost importance, this is likely going to be your pick. It also helps that it’s Nvidia G-Sync-compatible for minimizing screen tearing and stuttering, plus there’s a built-in crosshair function for an extra edge on your first-person-shooter sessions.


Aorus FV430

Aorus FV430 43-Inch 4K Gaming Monitor

Aorus is a lesser-known brand, but if you want a lot of screen space and some gamer-friendly perks without breaking your budget, it’s hard to beat this display. Getting a 43-inch monitor for this price can be tough, especially when it’s also offering a 4K resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate, a 1ms response time, and Nvidia G-Sync compatibility. Two 2.1 HDMI inputs ensure you can get the most out of your PC and console gaming with up to 4K 120Hz gaming on Playstation 5, Xbox Series X, RTX 30-Series graphics cards. 


Samsung CRG9

Samsung CRG9 49″ Curved QHD 120Hz Gaming Monitor

If you want a ton of visual workspace but you’re not ready to step up to the Samsung Odyssey on this list, this display gets you the same 49-inch QLED curved screen (basically two 27-inch monitors side by side) with a great refresh rate (120Hz), a solid full-HD resolution, and an impressive 1,000 nits of peak brightness. With picture-in-picture functionality, you can multitask with games, movies and web browsing (or streaming) simultaneously.


Samsung Odyssey Neo G9

Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 49-Inch 4K Mini-LED Curved Gaming Monitor

Yes, it’s the priciest display on this list, but there’s only one word for a 49-inch curved monitor with a 4K resolution: “Wow.” The Mini-LED screen gives you over 2,000 dimming zones for a massive improvement in contrast, the blazing-fast 240Hz refresh rate with a 1ms response time delivers an incredible framerate, and the G-Sync and FreeSync support make sure you don’t miss even a microsecond of your game experience. Don’t need that full 49-inch wide-screen display? Switch to picture-in-picture for live streaming or just your office work during the day. 


Dell G3223Q

Dell G3223Q 43″ 4K HDR 144Hz HDMI 2.1 

Utilizing HDMI 2.1 connectivity, the Dell G3233Q monitor delivers native 4K resolution and supports 144Hz refresh rate for most AAA titles (up to120Hz for consoles) and superb color accuracy. Its ergonomic design provides both form and function, providing a number of ways to make those long gaming sessions more comfortable from a height swivel and tilt adjustable stand to the TUV Certified ComfortView Plus, which reduces damaging blue light emissions. This stunning display will take your gaming experience to the next level.


LG C1 Series OLED 4K

LG C1 Series OLED 4K 120Hz HDMI 2.1 Smart TV 

Are you curious why this PCMag Editors’ Choice TV is mentioned as a gaming monitor pick? Its 120Hz native refresh OLED panel offers up to 4K resolution and AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync support. If you have a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X console, the HDMI 2.1 ports ensure that you can run up to 4K resolution with up to 120Hz refresh support on select games. With all OLED panels there is always risk with burn-in, but if your content does not have any static bars or text, it should not be a problem. For that reason, we do not recommend using this monitor as a work computer since menu bars are at risk for burn-in. Overall, if you want a hybrid between gaming monitor and TV, this would be a solid option.