Dell Dell 48 Hour Sale: Dell 34 UltraSharp Curved Monitor $1080, Xbox One S 500GB Bundle $290, Inspiron 14 3000 Laptop $220 + More 48 Hour Sale! Xbox One S 500GB Bundle $290 + More!

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Don't take a two-day nap and miss the 48 Hour Sale at Dell, because you can save on Dell desktops, laptops and other electronics!

We've listed a few of the offers along with some coupon codes to help give you an idea of what's available.

Coupon Codes

  • $25OFF$500PC -- $25.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $500.00
  • $50OFF$900PC -- $50.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $899.99
  • $75OFF$1100PC -- $75.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1099.99
  • $100OFF$1300PC -- $100.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1299.99
  • $150OFF$1700PC -- $150.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1699.99
  • 10%OFFMONITOR -- 10% off monitors
  • $15OFF$199+ -- $15.00 off products over $199.00

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This 48 Hour Sale is effective until 6:00 AM EST on January 19. Quantities are limited, so shop quickly if you have your eye on an item! Dell.ca offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • Same price as they're going for on eBay in the US, brand new, adjusted for currency. So pretty good deal for a purchase through official Dell channels.
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    • 27" is too small for 4k if you're looking for productivity use. You'll end up using scaling to basically close to 2560x1440 size. So you don't get extra "real estate" for productivity multi tasking.
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    • thephenom wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 12:39 am
      27" is too small for 4k if you're looking for productivity use. You'll end up using scaling to basically close to 2560x1440 size. So you don't get extra "real estate" for productivity multi tasking.
      Totally agree, reason i generally recommend 43” tv (ips panels) for those who want real estate for prductivity or just go with multiple screens.
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    • Paigne wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 1:22 am
      Totally agree, reason i generally recommend 43” tv (ips panels) for those who want real estate for prductivity or just go with multiple screens.
      Can get the Phillips 4k 43" IPS monitor at best buy for $550 right now.
      And it supports plugging in multiple HDMI cables from your computer to make it 4* 21.5" screens at 1080p each.

      It's amazing.
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    • Suthek wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 1:32 am
      Can get the Phillips 4k 43" IPS monitor at best buy for $550 right now.
      And it supports plugging in multiple HDMI cables from your computer to make it 4* 21.5" screens at 1080p each.

      It's amazing.
      I prefer Samsung/Sony versions for slightly more (think they have been as low as $600) due to the Phillips reported issues (ghosting, bleeding, burn in, etc). Been considering one of them to replace my non gaming pc (running 4 monitors mix/match of various 1920x1200monitors i had, 2 of them mounted and 2 not lol). Of course not really a priority so i holding off till either a) old monitors die (and i have back ups so this isnt likely lol) or b) hot deal that results in an impluse buy
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    • Suthek wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 1:32 am
      Can get the Phillips 4k 43" IPS monitor at best buy for $550 right now.
      And it supports plugging in multiple HDMI cables from your computer to make it 4* 21.5" screens at 1080p each.

      It's amazing.
      Must resist! :)
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    • Paigne wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 1:50 am
      I prefer Samsung/Sony versions for slightly more (think they have been as low as $600) due to the Phillips reported issues (ghosting, bleeding, burn in, etc). Been considering one of them to replace my non gaming pc (running 4 monitors mix/match of various 1920x1200monitors i had, 2 of them mounted and 2 not lol). Of course not really a priority so i holding off till either a) old monitors die (and i have back ups so this isnt likely lol) or b) hot deal that results in an impluse buy
      Sony and Samsung have multiview monitors?
      I've only seen the Dell 43" multiview and this Phillips.
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    • So this Dell has "fake HDR"? As in it can appear to devices as accepting an HDR signal but doesn't have the specs and capabilities to produce an actually good HDR image.

      Suthek wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 1:32 am
      Can get the Phillips 4k 43" IPS monitor at best buy for $550 right now.
      And it supports plugging in multiple HDMI cables from your computer to make it 4* 21.5" screens at 1080p each.

      It's amazing.
      That sounds cool, I like stuff like that. I guess this is the monitor? https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/ph ... 24421.aspx?
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    • Suthek wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 2:07 am
      Sony and Samsung have multiview monitors?
      I've only seen the Dell 43" multiview and this Phillips.
      Don't think so but windows can split/snap/divide the screen if you are using it as a monitor (as in no need to physically divide it when you could divide it in windows easily). I wasn't referring to Dell's Multi-client Monitor if thats what you're thinking. The only real purpose for Phillips multi-view is if you're using it as a security monitor and not using security camera that feeds to PC (since if its in windows, you can do split screen anyways).
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    • Paigne wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 1:22 am
      Totally agree, reason i generally recommend 43” tv (ips panels) for those who want real estate for prductivity or just go with multiple screens.
      Yeah, I went with a 4k 49" Haier. It is the best option IMO for someone cheaply looking for screen space.

      I can quickly, thanks to Windows 10 snapping, get a 2x2 and a 1+2 grid. or go full screen.

      Thing is a beast.
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    • I'm not quite sure why people are so adamant that you need something bigger than 27" for 4k monitors when 27" iMacs are 5k these days.
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    • Paigne wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 2:47 am
      Don't think so but windows can split/snap/divide the screen if you are using it as a monitor (as in no need to physically divide it when you could divide it in windows easily). I wasn't referring to Dell's Multi-client Monitor if thats what you're thinking. The only real purpose for Phillips multi-view is if you're using it as a security monitor and not using security camera that feeds to PC (since if its in windows, you can do split screen anyways).
      split or snap only get you like a few windows visible at a given time. The rest you'd have to resize and fit as needed. not truly giving you the equivalent experience as four monitors.
      on a 43" screen, I'd want to be able to get 8 different windows open and snapped.

      I guess it depends what you're looking for.... but I'd much rather a multiview monitor for productivity over just a big TV.
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    • backonceagain wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 8:13 am
      I'm not quite sure why people are so adamant that you need something bigger than 27" for 4k monitors when 27" iMacs are 5k these days.
      I think its just because of the way windows handles scaling out of the box.
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    • Suthek wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 8:40 am
      split or snap only get you like a few windows visible at a given time. The rest you'd have to resize and fit as needed. not truly giving you the equivalent experience as four monitors.
      on a 43" screen, I'd want to be able to get 8 different windows open and snapped.

      I guess it depends what you're looking for.... but I'd much rather a multiview monitor for productivity over just a big TV.
      there are apps for that
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    • Is there any full array LED backlight monitors by now? I had enough of the backlight bleeding issues. Certainly don't understand why they can make nice TVs but monitors which you spend much more time working with remain edge-lighted.
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    • dataRFD wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 1:51 am
      Must resist! :)
      Ugh... I picked up the 27" InfinityEdge back in Oct/Nov when it was ~$400, and have been checking every sale, BF, BD, to grab another one. It's amazing, and finally addresses alot of clarity/brightness issues my work-issued-cheapest-possible monitors had. Now... I don't know...

      For those of you using it as a comp monitor, how is it on a desk, say 1 foot away from the front edge?
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    • I was concerned that my late 2013 15" MacBook Pro would have an issue driving this monitor. Apparently it is multi-stream transport (MST) rather than single-stream transport (SST). The MBP that is.

      I checked with Dell and the rep said it would work. I'm assuming the monitor can adjust to be MST or SST, depending on the device that is driving it.

      Perhaps someone here with more knowledge in this area can weigh in, but I thought I'd add this because that was a concern of mine as I consider pulling the trigger on this monitor.
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    • warmdeals wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 9:35 am
      Is there any full array LED backlight monitors by now? I had enough of the backlight bleeding issues. Certainly don't understand why they can make nice TVs but monitors which you spend much more time working with remain edge-lighted.
      To follow up my own question, it seems that Asus announced two LED backlight HDR local dimming monitors last year but both are still not available on the market: PG35VQ (35'' 200Hz G-sync 3440x1440) and PG27UQ (27'' 144Hz G-sync 3840x2160). These seem to be TRUE HDR monitors. Really looking forward to those!!!

      https://www.asus.com/ca-en/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG27UQ/
      https://www.asus.com/ca-en/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG35VQ/
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    • Is this 144hz? Or
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    • Chaselap wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 11:34 am
      Is this 144hz? Or
      60hz.

      MonitorNerds seem to recommend the LG 27UD68P over this, but the LG is 300 cd/m2, vs the Dell being 350 cd/m2.
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