Some may state Microsoft is determined for interest, yet recently it has actually been offering us great factors to do so. Among those many reasons has actually just hit the Microsoft Store; it’s a 28-inch LED display from Dell and we understand displays of these sizes do not come cheap, however exactly what is coming cheap from Microsoft is the Dell 28 Ultra HD 4K Display (P2815Q) at an embarrassingly low $ 299 simply.

Part of the Cyber Monday providings, the display typically carries a market price tag of $ 499, yet Microsoft has reduced a handsome $ 200 off of it, allowing you to save around 40 % on the original price.

Dell 4K

The display, being Ultra HD, assists a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and is LED backlit. It also houses an unbelievable 4 USB 3.0 ports, three DisplayPorts (consisting of small version), and an HDMI port.

If you intend on utilizing the screen as a 2nd paired screen, you will like the swivel feature which permits the panel to be established up vertically too to assist you monitor all those Twitter or RSS feeds as they come. Not the most merely way to be using this screen, yet it still adds to its adaptability.


Microsoft has a few various other discounts up its sleeves as the BLU Windows Phone which retails for $ 89.99, can now be had for $ 49.99 – – a good $ 40 off. There are a lot of other deals to be had, consisting of cuts on Xbox gaming consoles and much more. The Xbox One bundle it still for offer at $ 329.

Earlier Microsoft had actually revealed a myriad of offers for Black Friday which had customers taking a look at some significant discounts and savings ranging from Xbox consoles and video games, to Surface 2 and Area Pro 3 devices.

However, a 28-inch 4K screen from a popular manufacturer for virtually 40 % off is not a bargain you discover everyday, and if you were trying to find that best screen to go with your computer setup this vacation period, you’re in luck.


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