Best back-to-school deals: LCD monitors

Heading back to school or university? Pick up a good LCD monitor to work with!

If you're heading back to school or uni for 2010, the right equipment can make studying easier and lot more pleasant. Whether you own a notebook or a desktop PC, a good LCD monitor can increase your productivity — especially one with a widescreen resolution. We've rounded up some of the best back-to-school deals on Full HD LCD monitors.

ASUS Designo MS246H


Price: $294 (Save: $95)

ASUS' Designo MS246H looks like a small flat-screen television rather than an LCD monitor — it offers a stylish and distinctive design without skimping on features. Importantly, it displays sharp and clear text with no visible aberrations, making it perfect for school work at home. Online retailer ITSky is currently selling the ASUS Designo MS246H for just $294, a saving of $95 off the recommended retail price.

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