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This ultra-fast 1440p Acer gaming monitor is an absolute steal at $150

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If you’re looking for a fast, accurate screen to go with your new gaming desktop or laptop, but you’re running a little light on funds (maybe because you just bought a new gaming PC), this deal is for you. Acer is selling a refurbished 27-inch monitor on eBay for just $150, $70 off its retail price. And not only is it fast enough for gaming, it’s rocking a high-quality 1440p panel.

The Acer Nitro XV272U V3 offers pretty much everything you could want in a new budget monitor. On top of the 27-inch 2560×1440 resolution, it boasts 180 hertz of refresh and just one millisecond of response time, meaning it’s fast enough to make the latest AAA games shine. And it’s not some cheap VA panel, either: the in-plane switching (IPS) LCD has enhanced color accuracy, so you can also depend on this screen for photo editing or media production.

The monitor is otherwise pretty basic, with just one DisplayPort 1.2 and one HDMI 2.0 port, plus two standard USB-A ports on the side for easy access to some extra gadgets. But it is packing a standard VESA mount, making this a great choice for a multi-monitor setup.

And though it’s marked as refurbished, it’s shipping direct from the manufacturer Acer, with a two-year Allstate warranty included in the price. Fear not. This is a killer gaming monitor deal, and it’s backed up with fine protection.

Get a 27″ 1440p Acer gaming monitor for just $150

Michael is a former graphic designer who’s been building and tweaking desktop computers for longer than he cares to admit. His interests include folk music, football, science fiction, and salsa verde, in no particular order.

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