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Monoprice discounts its best gaming monitors down to $222.22 for Twosday

Monoprice Darkmatter Display
Monoprice Darkmatter Display (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

Because today is 2/2/22 (or 22/2/22 depending on your region), some people are playfully calling it Twosday. It's also Tuesday, Taco Tuesday, and National Margherita Day in the United States, so there are plenty of reasons to celebrate. To commemorate the occasion, Monoprice has discounted three of its best computer monitors to $222.22. The Dark Matter 24-inch Gaming Monitor, Dark Matter 27-inch Gaming Monitor, and Monoprice Zero-G 27-inch Curved Gaming Monitor are all on sale for Twosday.

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Dark Matter 24-inch Gaming Monitor (opens in new tab)

This gaming monitor features a fast FHD display with a refresh rate of 144Hz and a response time of just 1ms.

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Dark Matter 27-inch Gaming Monitor (opens in new tab)

This monitor features an even faster display than its smaller sibling. It supports a 165Hz refresh rate and a response time of 1ms.

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Monoprice 32-inch Zero-G Curved Gaming Monitor (opens in new tab)

The 1500R curvature of this monitor immerses you into your favorite games. It has a WQHD display with a refresh rate of 165Hz and a 6ms response time.

The Dark Matter 24-inch Gaming Monitor has an FHD display (1920x1080) with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time. It hits nearly 100% sRGB and supports Adaptive Sync. The Dark Matter 27-inch Gaming Monitor has an even faster 180Hz refresh rate and a response time of 1ms. It also has a resolution of 1920x1080 and supports Adaptive Sync.

The Monoprice Zero-G 27-inch Curved Gaming Monitor has a curvature of 1500R. Its display has a WQHD resolution of 2560x1440 and a 165Hz refresh rate. Its 6ms response time is a bit slower than the other monitors on sale but is still speedy. Like the rest of the discounted displays, the Monoprice Zero-G 27-inch Curved Gaming Monitor supports Adaptive Sync.

Sean Endicott
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