Samsung's 28-inch U28E590D is already one of the least expensive 4K monitor options in this size range, and now the value proposition is even better, thanks to sale pricing over at Amazon.
It's marked down to $249.99 today, besting the $319.99 sale price on both Newegg (opens in new tab) and direct from Samsung (opens in new tab), by a significant margin ($70, to be exact). The monitor's list price is $369.99.
There are not a lot of frills here—no G-Sync or HDR support, for example. However, you do get Freesync support and a rated 1ms response time, the latter of which is typically indicative of a TN panel (which Samsung confirms on the monitor's product page).
Other specs include a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 370 nits brightness. Connectivity options consist of two HDMI inputs and a DisplayPort input. There's also a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Go here (opens in new tab) to grab this monitor on sale.
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