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- LG 27" Computer Monitor for $180
LG 27-inch LED-backlit IPS Computer Monitor for $180 today.
It usually sells for around $250, and most other 27-inch IPS computer monitors usually sell for at least $235.
Kingston 120GB SSD for $50 (42¢/GB).
Does not include screws, cables, or brackets for installing inside a desktop PC.
However, SSDs can replace a laptop's hard drive simply by following the laptop's drive removal instructions and swapping out the drives.
A hard drive to SSD upgrade is probably the best single upgrade you can make to a laptop computer to boost its performance.
Samsung 850 Pro-series 128GB SSD for $90 with code CMSALE241 plus $2 shipping for non-ShopRunner members.
While the 70¢/GB price is high, it is rated one of the best consumer-grade SSDs on the market today.
- LG 60" Plasma 1080p 600Hz HDTV & $200 Gift for $660
LG (60PB5600) 60-inch Plasma 1080p HDTV for $660.
Add one to the cart, and a free $200 Dell.com gift card should automatically appear (in red).
External DVD Drive for $15, Writer for $20:
DVDs are being phased out as personal storage media, since hard drives, USB flash drives, and online "cloud" storage are easier and cheaper than burning discs.
Many tablets and laptop computers do not even have built-in CD/DVD drives.
If your tablet or laptop has a USB port, and you want a CD/DVD drive, these deals are available:
Burning DVDs are still cheap, at a cost of about 3¢ to 4¢ per GB, however time consuming.
Burning a single disc can take 15 minutes at 8X (external DVD writer speed).
Also, DVDs written by consumer drives have a limited shelf life of about 4-5 years, depending on the quality of the discs used.
- LG 29" Ultra-wide LED-backlit LCD IPS Monitor for $300
LG 29UM65 Ultra-wide monitor for $300 today.
This model usually goes for at least $350.
Ultra-wide monitors are meant for people who want to fit two whole application windows side-by-side.
- LG 25" UltraWide Monitor for $200
LG 25-inch UltraWide (model 25UM65) LED/IPS 2560x1080 computer monitor for $200 with free shipping.
It has pretty good reviews.
It uses a 21:9 aspect ratio (only 15.25-inches tall) instead of a regular 16:9 aspect ratio.
An UltraWide monitor is meant for someone who wants two application/coding windows side-by-side on a single screen at the same time, without going to 2 monitors.