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A similar model at Costco has been $129 off and on this month. Sale price extends to 12/6.
https://www.costco.com/samsung-27...85079.html
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Quote from gdittmar
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Only place I've seen this deal.
Honey says that it's the cheapest it's been in 120 days.
Previous low was $179.99.

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...398fwnxza/
Similar model has been $129 of and on this month at Costco. Sale extends to 12/6
https://www.costco.com/samsung-27...85079.html
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Similar model has been $129 of and on this month at Costco. Sale extends to 12/6
https://www.costco.com/samsung-27...85079.html
Out of stock
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Model Number
C27F398
Screen Size
27"
Display Type
Curved Panel
Curvature
1800R
Resolution
1920 x 1080
Aspect Ratio
16:09
Brightness
Typical: 250cd/m2 Min: 200cd/m2
Static Contrast Ratio
3,000:1
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Mega (?)
Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical)
178°/178°
Response Time
4 ms
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This is kinda a meh deal to me. Nice wide screen with a curve, but 1080p/60hz/250nit/4ms. As an work from home or second screen, it's probably nice with a crisp display having 3k contrast. But there are comparable models without the curve that will cost less. Aesthetics are probably the main selling point on this one.
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This is curved one but that's just about it. Low refresh rate of just 60HZ. Mostly for day to day use, not for gaming at all.
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Out of stock
And no display port on that Costco monitor
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60hz is not a gaming monitor imo
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60hz is not a gaming monitor imo
Agreed. Resolution on this size screen and response time are also not really up to gaming spec.
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Last edited by c2nah777 November 27, 2020 at 08:25 PM.
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Agreed. That's why they do not claim it is a gaming monitor imo.
oh but they do claim it is a gaming monitor, imo
https://imgur.com/yf5KjVN

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oh but they do claim it is a gaming monitor, imo
https://imgur.com/yf5KjVN
Well not in the title and I edited my comment already. Other factors also make this more of an every day monitor and not for those sitting too close up with that resolution. I would probably not go larger than 24 inches for use with a desktop with only 1080p.
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I bought this monitor on Prime day/Amazon, comments:
- the price was 119.00 EUR (incl. tax) over in Europe for the HDMI/DP model (I am back in the US now)
- Good quality picture, with nice contrast
- The curve is a marketing feature only, at this size and the moderate curve you won't realize it is there
- It is good to have both HDMI and DP, but when two devices are connected with manual switch mode, the monitor will get confused at times (blank screen might come up)
- On displayport mode the 1080p resolution will not be "memorized" when you switch off the monitor within Mac OS, meaning you have to resize your screens when your Mac runs and you switch the monitor back on (might not be a big deal to some, could also be my cheap cable, who knows).
- This device is picky with displayport cables - not every cable will result in a flicker/tear free image

Other than that, this is a good device for the panel used the image quality is good.
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Last edited by FPV November 28, 2020 at 01:50 AM. Reason: misspelled word
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How come this monitor doesn't specify TN/VA/IPS? I thought all LED monitors used either of the 3 technologies.
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