Get this LG Electronics Ultra Gear 27GN750-B FHD 27-Inch Gaming Monitor for under $300

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The LG 27GN750-B 27-inch is a 240Hz Gaming monitor in LG's UltraGear lineup. It has a 1080p, IPS panel with native AMD FreeSync support, HDR, and it's certified by NVIDIA for G-SYNC compatibility too. 

Gamers will love the high refresh rate, outstanding motion handling, extremely low input lag. With a solid sRGB 99% color gamut reproduction with wide viewing angles for sharing your screen with others. 

At 25% off this Prime Day deal brings this monitor under $300 and makes it a win for gaming bargain hunters. 

LG 27GN750-B 27-inch FHD is a 240Hz Gaming monitor:Was $396.99 now $299.99

LG 27GN750-B 27-inch FHD is a 240Hz Gaming monitor: Was $396.99 now $299.99

The LG 27GN750-B fast refresh rate 240Hz, couple with support for both AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync make for silky smooth game play. With it's rotating, tilting, highly articulating display you will have no problems positioning it exactly how you like it for hours of game play. 

The LG 27GN750-B 27-inch FHD has a very high 240Hz refresh rate andproduces very smooth motion, it supports AMD FreeSync  and it's Nvidia G-Sync compatible, and the input lag is extremely low. It reproduces sharp, colorful gaming covering 99%sRGB color gamut with non existent motion blur. Coming in at $299.99 this another great Prime Day deal for gamers. 

Now that Amazon Prime Day 2020 has officially started,  we expect to see tons of deals on the industry’s best gaming mice and headsets. Be sure to bookmark our Prime Day laptop deals page for this year’s exclusive deals on laptops.

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