There are lots of reasons why you might want to buy a cheap TFT monitor. For example you might simply be upgrading your current computer and the old monitor just doesn’t cut it any more. Alternatively the old one may simply not be working properly, or have a number of pixels that no longer work and spoil the display.
But whatever the reason might be for needing a new TFT monitor, it is worth looking out for a bargain to save some cash. End of line items are worth considering for starters, since there is nothing wrong with them and they are often sold off at a significant discount. The only difference between these ones and the newer models is that they are no longer being made. That does not mean there is anything wrong with them however.
If you are visiting various computer shops you could ask if there are any ex-display models that could be sold at a discount. These can never be sold at full price, but you will need to check them over thoroughly before buying them as you may find you cannot return it. Bear in mind that because it has been on display it will no doubt have been handled by lots of different customers.
Going online is another good way to find end of line or bargain offers on TFT monitors. Once again you will find discontinued items this way, and indeed some websites seem to focus on these items above all others. In any event most sites have a special area that is reserved for sale items, and you might be surprised at what you can find here.
You could also buy a reconditioned or second hand monitor if you wish, and you want to keep your budget in check. Incidentally it is a good idea to have an idea of the maximum amount you want to spend before you even get started. Otherwise you will find that you are tempted by a more expensive TFT monitor than you would have bought in the first place.
It is good to know that there are plenty of places to lay your hands on a new or used cheap TFT monitor though. So whatever you are looking for, keep on searching and you will undoubtedly find just the model you want sooner or later. And your computer will thank you for it!