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This gaming monitor deal sees you save a massive $200 on the Razer Raptor

Razer Raptor monitor
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Although the big sales weekend has ended, some great sales are still running and this gaming monitor deal is one of them. This provides the chance to buy Razer's high-end Raptor gaming monitor at a record low price, and avoid all the Razer premium, and that high price tag that usually comes with it. At just $499 (down from its usual $699 asking price) this is a great chance to inject a premium display into your setup - more to the point it'll get one of the best gaming monitors you can buy from one of the best-known gaming brands out there.

Razer has a high baseline for quality, and its prices often do too. In fact, the only point against the monitor we listed in our Razer Raptor review was that it's "perhaps a little expensive." Fortunately, shoring up that one potential weakness is as simple as picking up the monitor as a gaming monitor deal.

So what specifically makes a Raptor so good? The monitor is marked by a vibrant color profile, a nice and speedy 144Hz refresh rate, and the sweet spot of a 27-inch display paired with WQHD resolution. At this all-time low price, it's worth a look.

Gaming monitor deal

Razer Raptor 27 | $699

Razer Raptor 27 | $699 $499.99 at Amazon
Save $200 – You still have time to pick up the best price we've ever seen on Razer's impressive 27-inch screen. Whether you're an esports up-and-comer or just want to treat yourself to some extra lovely looking gaming sessions, you'll likely be very happy with this purchase.

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Connor Sheridan

I got a BA in journalism from Central Michigan University - though the best education I received there was from CM Life, its student-run newspaper. Long before that, I started pursuing my degree in video games by bugging my older brother to let me play Zelda on the Super Nintendo. I've previously been a news intern for GameSpot, a news writer for CVG, and now I'm a staff writer here at GamesRadar.