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.

For more discounts, check out our Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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.

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Top Rated Comments

amartinez1660 Avatar
9 weeks ago
I bought the normal one in November at around that price (for a second one in the set). Had I not, would have gotten this one instead!

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.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macpro2000 Avatar
9 weeks ago
All three of mine with adjustable stand have worked flawless around my XDR. Sure the XDR is better but it’s also three times more. But totally worth it. But using an XDR every day is the bomb.
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Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sorgo † Avatar
9 weeks ago
Ain’t no one buying that lol
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
kaycrystal626 Avatar
9 weeks ago
Still over priced!
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
spnc Avatar
9 weeks ago
Just purchased the standard one yesterday, after visiting the Apple store to see by myself how horrendous the nano-texture looked lol.

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!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mr. Dee Avatar
9 weeks ago
If it was 899 I would think about it. But I think in 2023, 27 inch is too small for that price, the 32 inch XDR would be a better deal at $1,400.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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