Monoprice is one of the web's best retailers for discount electronics and more, and its holiday sales are in full swing.

Monoprice is often a great place to get electronics at low prices. Now, with Black Friday and Cyber Monday in full swing, it is even easier to pick up a bargain. Whether you are looking for high-end gaming monitors or low-tech outdoor fun Monoprice’s Black Friday sale has something for you.

There are plenty of discounts are on HDMI Cables and USB hubs, which are important of course, but we’ve pulled together some of the more interesting deals that could potentially be bought as gifts for you or others. Check out the list below for our top seven.

Darkmatter QHD IPS gaming monitor: $200 – Save $200

The Darkmatter monitors are extremely good for the price and this discount makes this QHD display — 2560×1440 or 2K resolution — well worth buying. Get extreme gaming performance at a fraction of the price.

Monoprice Voxel 3D printer: $700 – Save $200

The Voxel is a fully enclosed 3D printer that has auto-bed-leveling and a removable build plate. This is a good choice for people with younger kids or if you want to use temperature-controlled materials like ABS.

Premium Slim Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer: $80 – Save $60

Having a soundbar to augment your TV audio can greatly increase your enjoyment, especially if you want to hear anything being said. This soundbar even has Bluetooth so you can connect your phone and listen to music.

Monoprice 25 Watt Stereo Hybrid Tube Amplifier with Bluetooth: $110 – Save $40

If you have never had the pleasure of listening to music through a tube amplifier then today is your lucky day. This Bluetooth-connected amp will make your ears perk up with the warmth of the tone coming from the speakers. You will, however, need to have a pair of passive speakers to connect to it.

Monolith by Monoprice Encore B6 Bookshelf Speaker: $140 – Save $40

These mid-range speakers pair very well with the tube amplifier above and will give you a pleasant sound without breaking the bank. You’ll need to buy two for the best experience though.

Stage Right by Monoprice Large 23.5″ Microphone Isolation Shield: $30 – Save $20

It may look a little silly, but if you have ever recorded a voiceover or a podcast you’ll know how important it is to reduce outside noise. This clever contraption acts as a portable sound booth to dampen that unwanted echo.

Pure Outdoor by Monoprice Lawn Bowling Set: $14 – Save $11

Although outdoor games might be difficult in the winter months, this lovely wooden bowling set can be used indoors or out. This set is a great game for the whole family if you have the room.

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