Not too long ago, having a name-brand 4K monitor connected to your laptop was considered a luxury. With prices well above $800, 4K was a pipe dream for most consumers. Fast forward a few years and 4K monitors are finally having their moment.
Take, for instance, the Dell 24-inch P2415Q (opens in new tab). Cut from the same cloth as its larger sibling, the P2715Q (opens in new tab), — which itself is $111 off at Amazon — the 23.8-inch P2415Q brings 3840 x 2160 resolution to your desk for just $349.99. That's $80 under Dell's direct price and one of the least-expensive name-brand 4K monitors we've seen. It's also a new price low for this monitor, which has traditionally sold for over $500.
The P2415Q offers a variety of features such as an 8ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate, and 178-degree viewing angles. In terms of connectivity, it has HDMI and DisplayPort in and DisplayPort out ports. The latter addition lets you daisy-chain two monitors side by side without having to link each monitor to your PC. The monitor also has a USB 3.0 charging port for keeping your devices fully charged all the time.
For users who want the best tech at the best price, the Dell P2415Q 4K LCD (opens in new tab) sets a new standard for affordable 4K LCD monitors.