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Samsung U32J590 32" 4K monitor $279.99

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Samsung - UJ59 Series U32J590UQN 32" LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor
This went on discount without much advertising. It was active Black Friday and is still Active Saturday.

CCC shows this as the best price in their 18 month history. Its an older 4k monitor on the eve of curved and QLED relatives. Not too often you see 32" 3840 x 2160 monitors below $300.

Some things to be aware of on this model... the HDMI ports have different capabilities.
― HDMI1 support 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz
― HDMI2 support 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz
The display port does not have these restrictions.

Best Buy
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=6293716

Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CS3J...UIGW16WJTH

If you don't like this one be sure to compare it to the LG 32UK50T-W on sale
Best Buy
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-3...Id=6051028

Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K3P7...B8KVMBNJHB
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I would probably pay $20 more for the LG to get both HDMI to be at 4K 60hz.

Also note that all these cheap 32 in 4K panel are VA. 32in IPS are all above 500-600$. except for a few of the korean ones like crossover 324K.

The new VA panels are not bad. but they still have more limited viewing angle compare to IPS
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One of these or the Samsung one from Costco? https://www.costco.com/samsung-32...12595.html
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One of these or the Samsung one from Costco? https://www.costco.com/samsung-32...12595.html
interesting! i am a more traditional flat type of person but this curved thingy makes it very interesting choice..
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One of these or the Samsung one from Costco? https://www.costco.com/samsung-32...12595.html
Not great reviews for the Costco one. Edge bleed, no vertical/tilt adjustment. No VESA mounts.
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..sleep mode/blanking issues, dull brightness,...
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I have the lg 32" one and it works great. only negative is that you have to look at the screen nearly straight on. but beside the more limited viewing angle compared to ips it's a great 4k monitor
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interesting! i am a more traditional flat type of person but this curved thingy makes it very interesting choice..
I've been running on the Costco 32" Samsung for the past few days. I'm happy for the $319 price point, but may order the $279 cousin to compare. I'm undecided on the curvature. It feels novel at least. I can appreciate the wider aspect ratio and curvature for gaming immersion (in other monitors), but that's not my typical usage pattern.
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I've been running on the Costco 32" Samsung for the past few days. I'm happy for the $319 price point, but may order the $279 cousin to compare. I'm undecided on the curvature. It feels novel at least. I can appreciate the wider aspect ratio and curvature for gaming immersion, but that's not my typical usage pattern.
I dont like the slight distortion of the image for curved monitor.

You'll have to decide if the $20 saving of the samsung over the lg is worth it for not having the additional hdmi 2.0 for 4k 60hz. I personaly think the extra $20 premium is worth it
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After reading reviews on the web, I went for the LG. Also used my Amex 30 off 300 buying from BestBuy. Thanks op!
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