Deals: Apple Studio Display With Nano-Texture Glass Hits Record-Low Price of $1,349.99 at Amazon ($549 Off) [Update: Sold Out]
Less than a week after debuting a record-low price on the Apple Studio Display with nano-texture glass, Amazon has knocked another $150 off to bring the price down to $1,349.99 from its regular price of $1,899.00.
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This $549 discount on the nano-texture Apple Studio Display is by far the steepest we've ever seen and is available only with the basic tilt-adjustable stand. Amazon is quoting a bit of a delay in delivery times to late April, but for this much of a discount it may be worth locking in that pricing.
While the standard Apple Studio Display comes with an anti-reflective coating to reduce glare, the nano-texture glass option scatters light to minimize glare even more. Apple says the option, which is normally a $300 upgrade over the standard glass, is ideal for spaces with bright lighting sources.
At the moment Amazon is pricing both the standard version and the nano-texture glass version at $1,349.99, so even the standard glass model is seeing one of its best prices ever tracked.
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Update 10:25 am: The nano-texture glass version is currently unavailable from Amazon, but may come back into stock at a later time. The standard glass version remains available for the same $1,349.99 price.
Top Rated Comments
In my opinion: Sturdiest, no wobbling, sharp, bright, most convenient, plug and play screen. I use it to connect a desktop, or a laptop or an iPad Pro (depending on what I’m doing or if moving around)… single cable swap.
Cheaper $200 24” Samsung utility screens next to them shows all the difference.
Definitely not for everybody though, this is likely the first comment that talks positively about this display.
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Amazing screen the normal one it really 'changed my life' (lol)
Of course 120Hz Pro-motion blabla and many more things to come in the next screen will be nice to have so I start saving now 7k lol to buy it in a few years. Hopefully Apple will release a 34" version of a supercharged 'XDR v2' model.
But until then seriously I'm sooooo happy. Finally. My bank account hates me now (in Europe it's still 1700-1750, not 1'399), but my eyes love me again.
I've tried so many alternatives which all sucked and yes there's nothing such as a Retina screen for Apple products. Period!