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Save a massive £375 on this Razer Raptor 27" screen Black Friday gaming monitor deal

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If you’re searching for discounted Black Friday gaming monitors, this Razer Raptor 27" Quad HD LCD Gaming Monitor has a ridiculous £375 saving at ebuyer.com, dropping its price from £674.99 to £299.99. 

This is by far the lowest we’ve seen this screen going for, which could easily compliment the best gaming PCs around, or anything you might have spied on our Black Friday gaming PC deals list. With a 2560 x 1440 QHD display, HDMI and USB-C connections, and 144HZ (which means a 1 millisecond response time) the best Black Friday gaming monitors really don’t come better equipped than this one. 

Still not convinced? No worries - why not check out our round-up of the best Black Friday 4K gaming monitor deals? You might even consider these Black Friday 4K 120Hz TV deals instead. 

£299.99 at ebuyer.com

RAZER Raptor 27" Quad HD LCD Gaming Monitor | £674.99 £299.99 at ebuyer.com
Save £375 - This is the biggest saving we've seen on this gaming monitor, and is likewise its lowest ever price tag. At 144HZ and with a 2560 x 1440 QHD display, the Razer Raptor 27" screen is one of the best Black Friday gaming monitor deals available today.

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Of course, if this one isn't quite the right screen for you we've got plenty of other fantastic deals just below for you to check out!

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Make sure you're gaming PC set-up is complete with some of these Black Friday gaming chair deals or these Black Friday gaming headset deals. After all, you're going to want the best for your new screen!

Joe Donnelly

Joe is a Features Writer at GamesRadar+. With over five years of experience working in specialist print and online journalism, Joe has written for a number of gaming, sport and entertainment publications including PC Gamer, Edge, Play and FourFourTwo. He is well-versed in all things Grand Theft Auto and spends much of his spare time swapping real-world Glasgow for GTA Online’s Los Santos. Joe is also a mental health advocate and has written a book about video games, mental health and their complex intersections. He is a regular expert contributor on both subjects for BBC radio. Many moons ago, he was a fully-qualified plumber which basically makes him Super Mario.