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Sampon000 3 18 June 14, 2016 at 12:51 AM in Monitors (12) More Samsung.com Deals
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Promoted 06-15-2016 by Discombobulated at 06:03 AM View Original Post
Samsung.com has select Samsung Curved LED Monitors on pre-order listed below. Save an additional $50 off w/ promo code EAPLAY16 (apply in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks Sampon000

Note, item is on pre-order, however it will ship in 5-7 business days
  • 32" Samsung 1080p Curved LED Monitor Pre-Order (LC32F391FWNXZA) (Pictured)
    • $299.99 w/ promo code EAPLAY16
      • Specs
        • Resolution: 1920x1080p
        • Response Time GTG: 4ms
        • Viewing Angle: 178/178 Degrees
        • Contrast Ratio: 5000:1
        • Display Type: VA
          • Inputs
            • 1x HDMI
            • 1x Display Port
  • 27" Samsung 1080p Curved LED Monitor Pre-Order (LC27F591FDNXZA)
    • $249.99 w/ promo code EAPLAY16
      • Specs
        • Resolution: 1920x1080p
        • Response Time GTG: 4ms
        • Viewing Angle: 178/178 Degrees
        • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
        • Display Type: VA
          • Inputs
            • 1x HDMI
            • 1x Display Port

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Written by Discombobulated

These Samsung monitors offer 1800R curvature to create an immersive viewing experience; AMD FreeSync and Game Mode. Offer valid through June 20, 2016 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Edited June 14, 2016 at 03:47 PM by cricket702
Product Link: http://www.samsung.com/us/compute...F391FWNXZA
This monitor is "Pre-Order". According to Samsung.com, it will ship in 5 - 7 business days. Fry's won't price match since it's pre-order.

www.samsung.com has 32" Curved LED monitor for $299.99 ($399 - $50 Instant Rebate - $50 code "EAPlay16"
Product number: LC32F391FWNXZA

If the promo code, "EAPlay16" does not work at checkout. Please add another qualified monitor to your shopping cart and checkout again.

Link to another qualified monitor. (Just remove the extra monitor after applying the promo code)
http://www.samsung.com/us/compute...F591FDNXZA
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Is this when I'm supposed to say something about 1080 P being too low of a resolution for a 32 inch monitor?
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Is this a glass glossy type screen or plastic haze?
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Is this when I'm supposed to say something about 1080 P being too low of a resolution for a 32 inch monitor?
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Quote from n1tnguy View Post :
Is this when I'm supposed to say something about 1080 P being too low of a resolution for a 32 inch monitor?
Came here for this.
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Not bad. VA panel type, but otherwise very good monitors for everyday / office use.

As a gamer, Freesync looks awesome, though 60Hz refresh rate and 1080p even on the big 32in screen is a bit concerning. $250 for 27in and $300 for 32in, though, is pretty good.
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Quote from redpringles View Post :
Not bad. VA panel type, but otherwise very good monitors for everyday / office use.

As a gamer, Freesync looks awesome, though 60Hz refresh rate and 1080p even on the big 32in screen is a bit concerning. $250 for 27in and $300 for 32in, though, is pretty good.
What about using this for Xbox one gaming? I've read that input lag should be my main concern and that 60hz is fine... tia
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Came here for this.
Same. 27" is the upper end of 1080P viability as a desktop monitor. 32" needs to be 1440P to be viable. I have 27" at home and 32" at work. Pixel density appears similar. Boss used to have a 1080P 32"...it looked like dog crap.
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What about using this for Xbox one gaming? I've read that input lag should be my main concern and that 60hz is fine... tia
I would say it more than meets your needs. Xbox framerate won't go above 60hz anyways, as far as I know (same as PS4) and the input lag, at 4ms, is low enough. Some monitors (notably TN panels) have 1ms input lag but I doubt even professional gamers REALLY need 1ms over 4ms input lag..
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No question, the curve shape of this 32 inch monitor is appealing. There is something about this screen design that draws the user in. Nothing mystical, just a visual connection that creates something that feels more like working with the computer rather than just working at the computer. The size alone is somewhat overwhelming and without question that has impact, but ultimately, it is about the curved shape.
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Too bad this not a 1440p .
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Is this when I'm supposed to say something about 1080 P being too low of a resolution for a 32 inch monitor?
no. haven't looked at the other specs but low dpi is preferable for gaming for many professional fps players. low dpi = large heads = easy headshots

For standard desktop use it's not desirable at all. such a low dpi makes it easy to distinguish individual pixels. I would know as I've been using a 32" 1080p LCD tv at home for 8 years. it sucks as an actual monitor but for gaming...well I have the highest headshot percentage in every game that records it of everyone I know.

in fact my current monitor is long in the tooth and the only monitor I've seen that's an actual upgrade is the $950 acer z35 35" 21:9 1080p gsync monitor, and 21:9 brings it's own set of game compatibility issues.
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Quote from n1tnguy View Post :
Is this when I'm supposed to say something about 1080 P being too low of a resolution for a 32 inch monitor?
Since it's "curved" it's okay..LMAO
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At first I thought "Why would you make a 32" TV curved?" then realized I'm bad at reading.

Interesting option. The usual "pixels are too big" criticism will be made, but 1080p at 27" is exactly what my dad would want, for example. Not everyone has great eyesight, or is young.
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Atleast it has HDMI...
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