Looking for a beautiful looking curved display to go with your PC or Mac setup? How about a 32-inch one for a low price of just $199.99, down from $249.99 this Labor Day, that too from Samsung? We have your attention now, don’t we?

It’s Monday, which means we have some great deals to offer you again this week. The first of those is a great not-so-little monitor from the king of monitors, Samsung. In this case, we are talking about the Samsung C32F397FWN, and while it may have the least snappy name in the world, things take a turn for the better once you get beyond it. Even better, it’s currently available for just $199.99.

For your money, you will get a 32-inch curved monitor with a resolution of 1920×1080. The panel also features a 3000:1 contrast ratio as well as a 4ms response time. Connectivity is provided via an HDMI and DisplayPort combination, and you needn’t worry about comfort because there LED display is tilt-adjustable, giving you the tools required to make sure you can get just the right angle.

We’re fans of curved monitors here , and at 32-inches it’s fair to say that this one is going to fully fill your field of vision. An 1800R curvature should see to that and the ultra-slim bezels will ensure that there are no unsightly chunks of plastic to distract from your viewing pleasure.

Right now, the Samsung 32-inch C32F397FWN can be had for $199.99, making it an absolute bargain. If you’ve been considering a monster monitor and don’t want to break the bank in order to go 4K, this is a great option. Being certified refurbished you can be assured that the monitor has been fully tested and will look like new, with “minimal signs of wear.” Furthermore, this has all been done by either the manufacturer or at the very least, approved by Amazon. With this kind of discount on offer, what’s not to like?

Buy: Samsung 32-inch C32F397FWN (Certified Refurbished) from Amazon: $199.99 | Original price $149.99

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