The Samsung Odyssey Ark is one of those monitors that make you wonder if you may have gone a little crazy. It's so big that it's surely not the best idea to have it so close in front of you on a desk for gaming. With a 1000R curve, sharp 4K resolution, and the ability to rotate vertically into a 'cockpit mode,' the Samsung Odyssey Ark surrounds you and uses its size and shape to immerse you in whatever you're doing. With speakers set in the corners of the monitor and built-in woofers, the Arc advertises a surround sound dome to captivate your ears, and all this on top of a smart streaming gaming hub and advanced remote control for navigating the gaming hub and OSD of the monitor.
The Samsung Odyssey Arc is an impressive monolith of a monitor that puts the majority of people off not just by its imposing size, but also its astronomical price. But now the Samsung Odyssey Arc has had a massive discount to $1999 at Amazon. Down from its original launch price of $3,499, and $300 less than its previous lowest-ever price according to Amazon's Camelizer price monitoring extension.
A superb mouse for productivity work, that combines quality with comfort, the Logitech MX Master 3 is one of our favorite mice, and its made even more attractive now that you can pick up the Logitech MX Master 3 for just $60 from Lenovo when you use code SAVEONMX3 at the checkout.
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TL;DR — Today’s Best Deals
- Samsung Odyssey Ark 55-inch 4K Curved Gaming Monitor: now $1999 at Amazon (was $3499)
- WD Black SN850X 2TB SSD: now $159 at Western Digital (was $289)
- Logitech MX Master 3 (Business Model): now $60 at Lenovo with code (was $109)
- XFX Speedster Merc 319 AMD RX 6950XT Black Gaming: now $689 at Newegg with promo code (was $889)
- Glorious Model D Gaming Mouse: now $49 at Amazon (was $84)
Today’s best deals in detail
Samsung Odyssey Ark 55-inch 4K Curved Gaming Monitor: now $1999 at Amazon (was $3,499)
This giant 55-inch curved gaming screen from Samsung has an impressive 4K resolution and a superfast 165Hz refresh rate with a rapid 1ms response time (GTG). The Quantum Mini-LED panel can also flip vertically for some interesting viewing applications and comes with a feature-rich remote control to help navigate the expansive OSD.
Logitech MX Master 3 (Business Model): now $60 at Lenovo with code (was $109)
One of our favorite mice for productivity. The MX Master 3 can easily swap between 3 PCs using a button on its underside. This mouse also features one of the best scroll wheels ever, with its silent electromagnetic action for fast scrolling, and an accurate 4000DPI sensor that will work on virtually any surface. Use code SAVEONMX3 for a further $10 saving.
XFX Speedster Merc 319 AMD RX 6950XT Black Gaming: now $689 at Newegg with promo code (was $889)
With 5120 stream processors and a boost clock up to 2368MHz, this 6950XT is AMD's most powerful GPU from the last generation of graphics cards. Stacked with 16GB of GDDR6 VRAM and a 256-Bit bus, the memory clocks at 18Gbps. Use promo code SSCPA429 to get $40 off.
Glorious Model D Gaming Mouse: now $49 at Amazon (was $84)
A fantastic mouse for FPS gaming, the Glorious Model D- (Minus) is a lightweight mouse with a honeycomb cutout design to help reduce its weight. The Model D- uses a Pixart PMW3360 sensor that can go up to 12K DPI, and weighs only 61 grams.
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Only $2k for a monitor... Smoke em if you got em I guess.. Nice piece of kit, but price and space too rich for me.Reply
I got sort of excited, until I saw no display port. I'm not sure about calling these things gaming "monitors" when they seem to be more smart TV, and no display port optionsReply