Amazon is now selling the Samsung UR59 series 32-inch ViewFinity 4K monitor for just $399.99. That deal is only available on the black version though, so make sure that’s the one that you have selected when placing your order.
Amazon would normally sell this Samsung 4K monitor for around $450 which means that you can now save 11% and $50 without doing anything special at all. Just place your order now and your new monitor will be with you in no time at all.
Thankfully, you don’t need to enter any discount codes or clip any coupons, but we don’t know for sure when the deal will come to an end. That means that any delay in placing an order risks missing out entirely.
Buy: Samsung UR59 Series 32-Inch ViewFinity 4K UHD from Amazon: $399.99 | Original price: $450
Combining the realism of 4K UHD images with Samsung’s industry-leading 1500R curved screen, the Samsung UR59C delivers an immersive viewing experience like no other
At the time of writing, the Samsung UR59 series 32-inch ViewFinity 4K monitor has more than 3,700 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.3 stars out of a possible five. It’s a solid score, and this monitor is great for anyone looking for a cured 4K monitor.
The monitor features a 1500R curve to keep you deep in the action, and the UHD upscaling means whatever you watch on this thing will look as good as can be.
Just remember that the deal isn’t going to go on for long so order soon before it’s too late.
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