You can get a free monitor, but how much you get depends on where you live and how you use it.
In the US, for example, the cheapest desktop monitors range in price from $500 to $900, and a few laptops are priced up to $1,500.
Here are a few options: Acer Aspire E1, Asus P9-T10-PQ, Samsung U87D-G1, Sony VAIO V3, Acer XB280HK, Dell XPS 11-4, Dell Inspiron V100, HP Spectre x360, Toshiba Envy 13, HP XPS 13, and Lenovo Yoga 15.
A $500-plus model from LG, the LG-UX3510, is available for $800, and there’s even a $1 and $3 models from Samsung and Lenovo.
The most affordable option for a portable monitor is the Dell U87HD-E1.
It’s $1 for the 32GB model, $1.50 for the 128GB model and $2.50 or $3 for the 64GB model.
There’s also a $400-plus option for the Dell X2700.
You can also find a variety of portable monitors on Amazon, which will take you to the price and specs of each model.
For a portable desktop monitor, we recommend the Acer XG-D1.
Its $1 price tag is less than the Dell models, and it has a 1080p display and includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Dell XG560H is also a great option.
The monitor is $1 more than the Acer models, but its a 1080 monitor that’s included in the Dell bundle.
Dell Inspire 15 has a $600 price tag, but it also includes Wi.
Fi and the ability to connect to the Internet, but not to use your phone as a remote control.
The Asus U87V-CK is another inexpensive portable monitor that features a 1080i display and USB-C port.
The U87 is also $1 less than its HP sibling, the U87U87V.
Dell U301HK is a $200 laptop-like device that’s a good value for the price.
The panel is 1280 x 800 and its got an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card, and the U301 is a 1080 laptop-type monitor with a 1080 display and an HDMI port.
Other laptops in the $500-$1,000 price range include the Dell P3 and P4, as well as Lenovo’s Yoga 13 and HP’s Spectre x370.
For more options, check out our guide to the best monitors in the world.