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This 4K Samsung IPS Monitor is $260 at Best Buy

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It's almost time for Black Friday! For us at Tom's Hardware, that means it's time to round up all the best deals on tech we can find. We know it's not always easy to tell a deal from a dud, so we're highlighting at least one notable deal per day on tech we know you can use.

If you're looking for the best deals on monitors, you're in luck. Today we're sharing a discount on this 28-inch 4K IPS monitor from Samsung, which is now just $259 at Best Buy. Be sure to check out our list of best gaming monitors for 2020 to see how it stacks up in today's market.

Samsung - UR55 Series 28-inch: was $349, now $259 @BestBuy
The UR55 is currently discounted to just $259 from its usual price of $349. It spans 28-inches across and has a 4K UHD IPS panel.View Deal

This UR55 from Samsung features a 28-inch IPS panel. It also supports AMD FreeSync—designed to reduce screen tearing while gaming and rendering 3D graphics.

This model has a 4K resolution @60Hz, which measures in at 3840 x 2160. According to the specs, it has a response time of 4ms.

It also has two HDMI ports for input and can be easily mounted to a wall or arm using a 75mm x 75mm VESA wall mount.

Check out the Samsung UR55 product page at Best Buy for more details and checkout options.

  • g-unit1111
    That is a pretty awesome deal and Samsung makes great monitors. But it's 60Hz though. Who is buying a 60Hz monitor in 2020?
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  • kal326
    g-unit1111 said:
    That is a pretty awesome deal and Samsung makes great monitors. But it's 60Hz though. Who is buying a 60Hz monitor in 2020?
    Probably a big part of why it’s “on sale” is that 4k60 is pretty old news. Plus higher refresh panels and technically the cards to push them well beyond are more common.
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  • danjw91
    g-unit1111 said:
    That is a pretty awesome deal and Samsung makes great monitors. But it's 60Hz though. Who is buying a 60Hz monitor in 2020?

    Very small amount of people who can run 4K beyond 60fps, maybe? You'd need an expensive system to do it.

    Rather though, 1440p 144hz is best option for most.
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  • g-unit1111
    danjw91 said:
    Very small amount of people who can run 4K beyond 60fps, maybe? You'd need an expensive system to do it.

    Rather though, 1440p 144hz is best option for most.

    Yeah that is true. Now I would personally go for a higher refresh rate over higher DPI if I had to make a choice, but that's just me.
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  • danjw91
    g-unit1111 said:
    Yeah that is true. Now I would personally go for a higher refresh rate over higher DPI if I had to make a choice, but that's just me.

    I think most will agree with you. I have 1440p 144hz monitor even though most games maxed out I only get around 100fps.
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