Sceptre's 32-inch 1440p gaming monitor has dropped to $280 at Amazon

Sceptre 32 144hz 1440p Monitor
Sceptre 32 144hz 1440p Monitor

Need some more real estate in the monitor you use? Grab the Sceptre 32-inch IPS 1440p monitor on sale for $279.98 today at Amazon. This screen was selling for $400 in early July and only dropped to $380 since then. Today's price is an all-new low and a huge discount we're not likely to see again once it is gone. Its MSRP is $600, so you can actually find it going for that much in some places. Sceptre is a budget brand, though, and finding it for less than half its original price is a bargain.

If you're into video games, you need a monitor that can keep up with you. Sceptre's 32-inch screen has all the specifications you want, for sure. For one thing it's a 32-inch screen. That's a lot of space. It also has a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1440, which is still great at this size. Realistically, you wouldn't get anything much bigger without a bump up to 4K, but that's also going to mean a ridiculous jump in price by comparison. With a 144Hz refresh rate, the screen is great whether you play RPGs or FPS. It also has a 1ms response time.

The Sceptre uses an IPS panel, which is, in my opinion, the best panel type. Especially since the monitor still maintains a 1ms response time, which is often where IPS panels suffer the most. With this screen you get amazing viewing angles so you don't lose track of what you're looking at just because you shifted in your seat. It also has great color accuracy, and the high brightness ensures vivid colors.

The connectivity options include a DisplayPort and three HDMI ports, although HDMI ports 2 and 3 can only deliver up to 75Hz refresh rate.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.