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HP 22er 21.5-inch LED Backlit Monitor $119.96

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[Amazon.ca] HP 22er 21.5-inch LED Backlit Monitor $119.96

Usually ships within 1 to 4 weeks.
Lowest price according to 3xcamel

125.46 at staples (will be cheaper than amazon if you have a coupon)
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looks like staples just matched it
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Bought this monitor for office surveillance system a week or so ago at the same price via Amazon ... very happy with it at this price

Do note that this monitor doesn't have VESA mounting holes in the rear, so if you want to mount it on an arm or wall mount, you have to buy a special bracket by "Gladiator Joe" who seems to have a patent pending on the design.
I'd rather be outdoors camping, kayaking, and mountain biking ...
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Is it worth it to spend an extra $30 before tax to get a 24 inch 1080p IPS? I'm thinking of buying two monitors for dual and I'm thinking that 21.5 might be better in a dual situation due to desk real estate space.
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ThatGuy1121 wrote: Is it worth it to spend an extra $30 before tax to get a 24 inch 1080p IPS? I'm thinking of buying two monitors for dual and I'm thinking that 21.5 might be better in a dual situation due to desk real estate space.
If desk real estate space is important get a dual monitor stand. These monitors won't mount easily. I'd recomment 2 24" over 2 21.5s... the virtual space is a little cramped on 22" monitors IMO.

Another option would be one 34" LG ultrawide for $400 - less space used without the double bezels in the middle of the dual monitors and they look slick. You end up with more than double the usable area compared to 2x 21.5s as seen here.

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