Amazon.ca Amazon.ca: Get a Samsung 28" 4K IPS Monitor with AMD FreeSync for $328.00 (regularly $449.99) Save $121 on a Samsung 28" 4K IPS Monitor!

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Add more screen space to your home office from Amazon.ca, because you can get a Samsung 28" 4K IPS Monitor for $328.00 (regularly $449.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $121.00!

Perfect for productivity or media consumption, this Samsung monitor features an IPS panel for excellent colour accuracy and off-angle viewing, with support for up to 4K resolution (3840x2160) -- for reference, $328.00 matches the historical low price at Amazon.ca, while the same monitor is currently $399.99 at Best Buy and Samsung. A few other bells and whistles include:

  • 28" display with three nearly bezel-less sides for immersive clarity
  • IPS panel delivers vibrant colour across every inch of the screen from any angle
  • 4K Ultra HD resolution showcases an impressive 8 million pixels for unbelievable detail
  • 4ms response time means you'll see the quickest action sequences without motion blur, ghosting or judder
  • HDR support brings rich, profound blacks and brilliant, luminous whites to enhance every image
  • AMD FreeSync dynamically syncs the refresh rate for minimal input latency and less stutter when gaming
  • HDMI, DisplayPort and headphone jack offer versatile connectivity options for your computer or gaming console
  • Easy-to-view display reduces blue light emissions to help prevent eye strain

This offer is effective online for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Amazon.ca.

While this item was in stock at the listed price at the time this deal was posted, Amazon practices dynamic product replacement -- once their stock of an item is depleted, it may be replaced with the same item sold by a third-party retailer for a different price. Double-check that the listed price and shipping fees we posted are still available before you buy.

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    • I have this screen, highly recommended. The VESA mount is a bit awkward since for no good reason it's in a round shape which most mounts won't fix within, but with normally long screws it won't be a problem, or you can use standoffs (washers even).
      I use it upside-down with the larger bezel on top, so I can use my webcam mount without covering any screen.
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    • Have this monitor as well bought it a few days ago from amazon. Love it so far, first 4K monitor of any sort and worth every penny to me.
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    • Ships in one to two months..
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    • apneab wrote: Ships in one to two months..
      It told me it would ship in 3-4 weeks when i purchased Oct 15th. It's now arriving Tuesday.

      On another note, did some digging and it's 99.5% sRGB. Don't truly know what that means but hoping it will suffice for casual 4k movies, YouTube videos, and Xbox one. On the note of Xbox... Given that the new Xbox can support 120fps 4k, is it better to hold off and buy a 120hz monitor instead of limiting ourselves to this 60hz?
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    • Narly19 wrote: It told me it would ship in 3-4 weeks when i purchased Oct 15th. It's now arriving Tuesday.

      On another note, did some digging and it's 99.5% sRGB. Don't truly know what that means but hoping it will suffice for casual 4k movies, YouTube videos, and Xbox one. On the note of Xbox... Given that the new Xbox can support 120fps 4k, is it better to hold off and buy a 120hz monitor instead of limiting ourselves to this 60hz?
      Yeah I'm in the same boat. Monitor is just as important as the Xbox itself. I'm placing a priority on the monitor before I even think about buying the Xbox.
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    • Would it be better to go for 4k with 60hz or 1080p with 144hz?
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    • West15CA wrote: Would it be better to go for 4k with 60hz or 1080p with 144hz?
      Depends, gaming or non gaming?

      For gaming, higher hz is always better imho.
      For productivity, go with higher resolution.

      For both, go with 1440p 144hz (sweet spot). If you'd like to add a topping, go ultrawide.
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    • Can someone confirm if you can get g sync to work with this? Also 1440p 120hz or and mode lower than 4k at 120hz?
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    • aouniat wrote: Depends, gaming or non gaming?

      For gaming, higher hz is always better imho.
      For productivity, go with higher resolution.

      For both, go with 1440p 144hz (sweet spot). If you'd like to add a topping, go ultrawide.
      Thank you, will be using mostly for gaming. Will be looking for that sweet spot from now on :)
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    • aouniat wrote: Depends, gaming or non gaming?

      For gaming, higher hz is always better imho.
      For productivity, go with higher resolution.

      For both, go with 1440p 144hz (sweet spot). If you'd like to add a topping, go ultrawide.
      Thanks! Follow-up question..what if the gaming is a PS5 rather than a PC? Then is 4K, 60Hz the 'sweet spot' if I don't want to spend so much more for 4K 120Hz.
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    • I bought one during Prime Days, price was actually higher "on sale."

      Note that it doesn't seem to have a USB-C port and Dell is sure to have a Black Friday sale on similar or better monitors. I'm returning mine to Amazon.
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    • No riser. Passed
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    • Cashforlife wrote: I bought one during Prime Days, price was actually higher "on sale."

      Note that it doesn't seem to have a USB-C port and Dell is sure to have a Black Friday sale on similar or better monitors. I'm returning mine to Amazon.
      I think their Black Friday deals are up now. The S2721QS (height, tilt, pivot, $430) and S2721Q (tilt only, $400) seem comparable to this if I'm not wrong but might be better. I'm unsure.

      https://deals.dell.com/en-ca/productdetail/5rj2

      I guess another reason to wait is higher chance of cashback from Rakuten....
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    • Cashforlife wrote: I bought one during Prime Days, price was actually higher "on sale."

      Note that it doesn't seem to have a USB-C port and Dell is sure to have a Black Friday sale on similar or better monitors. I'm returning mine to Amazon.

      Said212 wrote: I think their Black Friday deals are up now. The S2721QS (height, tilt, pivot, $430) and S2721Q (tilt only, $400) seem comparable to this if I'm not wrong but might be better. I'm unsure.

      https://deals.dell.com/en-ca/productdetail/5rj2

      I guess another reason to wait is higher chance of cashback from Rakuten....
      Isn't Samsung better quality from a manufacturing perspective?
      cgtlky wrote: No riser. Passed
      what's a riser
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    • Tried a price match with Best Buy and got this as a response :

      Since the item is currently out of stock on the other website, we wouldn’t be able to price match.
      The product must be in stock, available for sale, and cannot be a limited time offer, pre-order, or available only in limited quantity

      Oh well.
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    • Said212 wrote: Thanks! Follow-up question..what if the gaming is a PS5 rather than a PC? Then is 4K, 60Hz the 'sweet spot' if I don't want to spend so much more for 4K 120Hz.
      Hey. I wouldn't say 4k 60hz is the sweetspot. Anything less than 120hz for gaming is underwhelming. For me, Hz comes first. Getting 4k with 60hz is like driving a tesla with broken window. Yes it's a nice car, but the experience would feel lacking.

      I'm not sure the PS5 would be able to run 4k at 120fps. Even the RTX 3080 would struggle to do that consistently at $1000+
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    • aouniat wrote: Depends, gaming or non gaming?

      For gaming, higher hz is always better imho.
      For productivity, go with higher resolution.

      For both, go with 1440p 144hz (sweet spot). If you'd like to add a topping, go ultrawide.
      1080p on 27 is a bit pixelated, that's the only drawback. So is watching movies, etc. Why not add a bit of $ and just get 27+ capable of 120hz+ to make it great for everything. Provided, your GPU can handle 120fps at anything over 1080p. That's even if your GPU can handle 120fps at all in any. At least with a better res monitor, you can scale back when needed.
      1440p is the least for 27"+ IMHO.
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