This LG Curved Gaming Monitor Dropped to $449 during Prime Day

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Looking for a new gaming monitor for your battlestation? The LG 34GL750 34-inch Ultrawide IPS display (2560 X 1080) might just be the ticket. The massive display has a 21:9 aspect ratio featuring 144Hz refresh rate featuring sharp and colorful performance and affordable immersive curved monitor especially at 34% off this Prime Day

The LG 34GL750 34-inch Ultrawide IPS display is on sale on $449 on Amazon. It's an exciting Prime Day deal for gamers and those looking for an affordable immersive gaming and multimedia experience. 

LG 34GL750-B 34-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor: Was $549.99 now $459.99

LG 34GL750-B 34-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor: Was $549.99 now $459.99

The LG 34GL750-B 34-inch is a reasonably-priced gaming monitor with attractive specs and an immersive 34-inch ultrawide IPS screen. Thanks to Prime Day, the monitor is now under $500 making the ultrawide immersive experience more affordable. 

Supporting both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync makes the LG34GL750-B 34-inch curved Gaming Monitor an affordable immersive gaming and multi-media monitor. Each of the previously mentioned technologies synchronizes the display with the attached system's GPU.  And with a 144Hz refresh rate, dropped frames while gaming are a thing of the past. 

With a sharp 2560 x 1080 resolution and 1-millisecond response time, games are smoothly rendered. The LG34GL750-B 34-inch Gaming Monitor covers 99% of the sRGB gamut producing vivid saturated colors. 

For under $500 this is a Prime Day steal of a deal. 

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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