Deal of the week: IPS monitors with 4K and 1080p resolutions

— 11:39 AM on January 23, 2015

Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 960 is a tempting candidate for the deal of the week, especially since cards are already selling for $199.99 and up. But that would be too easy. What else is out there?

  • Dell's P2715Q 4K monitor is on sale for $569.99, $130 off the usual asking price. The 27" display has an IPS panel that purportedly covers 99% of the sRGB color space with a ΔE < 3 out of the box. It's loaded with inputs, there's a USB hub onboard, and the stand is adjustable in every which way. We missed out earlier this week, when the same monitor was selling for just under $500, but it's still a nice deal with the current discount. Thanks to the HardForum for the tip.
  • Folks on tighter budgets can nab Dell's U2414H 1080p monitor for only $209.99 at Newegg with promo code EMCAKNP44. This 24-incher is also laced with IPS goodness, and the bezels are remarkably thin, making the display particularly appealing for multi-monitor setups. As with the 4K monitor, you get multiple inputs, USB connectivity, and a fully adjustable stand.
  • Corsair's Vengeance Pro 2 x 8GB DDR3-1600 memory is marked down to $124.99 at Newegg. We've been using similar Vengeance Pro kits in some of our test systems, and they've held up very well. This particular combo is rated for tight 9-9-9-24 timings at 1.5V, and it's covered by a lifetime warranty.
  • A lot of this week's SSD deals are reruns—and not particularly good ones—but Newegg has a fresh discount on Crucial's M500 960GB, which is available for just $359.99 with promo code EMCAKNP74. Cost per gig: $0.37. The M500 is a little older, but it has decent all-around performance and a great reliability track record. Check out our latest SSD review to see how the drive stacks up against the competition.

Those are the deals that caught my eye this morning, but the list is by no means exhaustive. Feel free to chime in with any good deals you spot in the comments below.

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