We usually save our deals posts for Friday, but every so often, a bargain pops up that deserves special attention. This time, it's Monoprice's 30" IPS monitor, which is selling for only $379.99.
The house-brand unit features an LG panel with a 2560x1600 resolution and matte coating. CCFLs provide the backlighting, while a dual-link DVI port handles video input. There are no details on the panel specs, but the stand is adjustable, and it can be swapped for a VESA-compatible mount.
All things considered, that's a lot of IPS goodness for under 400 bucks.
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