If you’re in the market for a new ultrawide monitor, but you don’t have an enormous budget, in this guide, we’ve compared six afforable ultrawide displays to help you find an option that suits your needs.
We recently took a look at the best ultrawide monitors overall and today we’re going to look at the top options under $400. The market for ultrawide monitors is similar to the market for G-Sync monitors… the average price of an ultrawide display is fairly expensive. However, even the cheapest G-Sync monitor will set you back ~$350, whereas you can get an ultrawide monitor for under $200.
And, there are a handful of sub-$300 ultrawide options out there as well (something you can’t find with G-Sync monitors.) One thing that is surprising about the lower-end of the ultrawide market, though, is that it is almost entirely dominated by LG. In the sub-$400 price range for ultrawide panels, there are only two options from non-LG manufacturers. And, while we did list four options from LG below, the reality is that they actually have quite a few more ultrawide displays available in the same range.
In any case, if you’re looking for a cheap ultrawide monitor, we listed six options that all come in under $400 below (with one option coming in below $200). So, if you just don’t want to spend quite as much to get one of the higher-end options out there, one of the displays below should work for you.
In order to narrow the selection down a bit further, we selected our picks for the top four ultrawide monitors under $400. We’ve made our pick for the best option for gamers, the option with the largest screen, the best value option, and the cheapest ultrawide monitor currently available.
*To read more about each of these affordable ultrawide monitors, click on “Read Review »” to jump to our overview on that specific display. You can also scroll down on this post to see our Honorable Mention picks.
Is A Sub-$400 Ultrawide Monitor Worth It?
While the average price for ultrawide displays is fairly high, there are some budget-friendly options out there. And, in this guide we’ve compared six cheap ultrawide monitors under $400 to help you find an affordable option that will suit your needs. So, if you’re in the market for an ultrawide monitor that won’t break the bank, one of the displays listed above should work for you.