Save up to 32% on these Samsung 4K monitors

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Amazon Prime Day is right around the corner, and there are still plenty more deals to pick out over the next few hours. Below, we've chosen a couple of Samsung 4K monitors that are deeply discounted as part of Amazon's sale. They're not necessarily a perfect fit for gaming, as both have a 60Hz refresh rate, but they will get you a 4K display on a more limited budget, which might suit your needs. 

Samsung LU28H750UQUXEN 28-Inch 4K Ultra HD monitor | £260 (save £70)

Samsung LU28H750UQUXEN 28-Inch 4K Ultra HD monitor | £260 (save £70)
This QLED monitor features 1ms response time and a 4K display, as well as Freesync support. It's got a 60Hz refresh rate, but it might be a good fit if you want 4K on a budget. 

Samsung LU32H850UMUXEN 32-Inch 4K Ultra HD monitor | £355 (save £165)

Samsung LU32H850UMUXEN 32-Inch 4K Ultra HD monitor | £355 (save £165)
You're only getting a 60Hz refresh rate on this 3840 x 2160 monitor, but if you're after size rather than specs, that's a steep discount.  

If you're after 4K monitors with a higher refresh rate, consider checking out our list of the best gaming monitors for more options on what's out there. Prime Day doesn't last for much longer—there's just a few hours until the deals go away, at which point Prime Day will have lasted for two days, which I'm pretty sure isn't how days are supposed to work. Oh well. 

You'll find an ever-updated list of Amazon Prime Day deals on this page, including SSDs, gaming accessories and even an Instant Pot cooker. That last part has nothing to do with PC gaming, really, but I guess you could fit a 2TB SSD to the Instant Pot and see if it increases its capacity for taste

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