27" Curved Full HD LED Monitor S27D590CS now £280 (was £450) + £10 off for New Accounts + Free 1 Day Delivery @ Samsung.com - HotUKDeals
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This monitor still sells at Amazon for £345.79. If you will create a new account on Samsung.com you'll receive £10 off next purchase, so the price for this monitor should be further reduced to £270
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Screen Size: 27"
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Panel Type: VA (Curved)
BLU Type: LED
Brightness (Typical): 350 cd/m²
Peak Luminance Ratio: 99 %
Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: Mega ∞ DCR
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Response Time: 4 (GTG)
Viewing Angle (H/V): 178° / 178°
Colour Support: 16.7M

OS Compatibility: Windows, Mac
Windows Certification: Windows 8.1

Set Dimension with Stand (WxHxD): 623.5 x 463 x 182.0 mm
Set Weight with Stand: 5.6 kg
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naodai_mmx
Samsung is trying to create market demand by making such monitor. 27 inch - curve; 27 inch - 1080p. neither is a good combination. More marketing carp please!

Your wish is my command.
http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/image/0015/318300/Common-carp-Pat-Tully.jpg

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#1
Sexy
1 Like #2
Is it worth having curve on a 27" monitor? 34" screens I understand. But 27" is a bit small. I'm using 2 27" monitors at the moment as dual screen display.
#3
i paid £345.01 for this from amazon :-(
#4
decent monitor though
3 Likes #5
No idea why anybody would pay this sort of money for a 1080p monitor.
1 Like #6
1080p at 27" isnt the best.... but it is a good saving if you are looking for a big monitor.
#7
wish it was at least 2560p
1 Like #8
GoatzRus
No idea why anybody would pay this sort of money for a 1080p monitor.


my thoughts exactly, I seem this deal on my mobile a d for some thought "dam thats a good deal for 2560x1440 curved 27"

then oh I realised!!!
#9
Samsung is trying to create market demand by making such monitor. 27 inch - curve; 27 inch - 1080p. neither is a good combination. More marketing carp please!
1 Like #10
mrmohammedali01
wish it was at least 2560p

Keep dreaming because that's higher than 4K!
4 Likes #11
mamboboy
mrmohammedali01
wish it was at least 2560p

Keep dreaming because that's higher than 4K!

lol meant, 2560 x 1440
5 Likes #12
naodai_mmx
Samsung is trying to create market demand by making such monitor. 27 inch - curve; 27 inch - 1080p. neither is a good combination. More marketing carp please!

Your wish is my command.
http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/image/0015/318300/Common-carp-Pat-Tully.jpg
#13
Curved displays are a gimmick. don't spend any extra for it.
#14
I was just about to say the same & I still will. Curved tvs/monitors are a gimmick - they don't provide any benefits. Waste of money. In fact, there's only 1 optimum viewing position. So buy with caution - don't say you wasn't advised.
1 Like #15
I'd say I wasn't, but you can say you weren't.
#16
Sorry, just being a fool
#17
few years down the road the curved gimmick will be dead replaced by the next new panel fad...
#18
Paid £349 for it from eBuyer prior to Christmas. Going back, really not worth it.
#19
Wonder how three of these would look side by side. my current triple display with flat monitors is a little odd
1 Like #20
umirza85
Wonder how three of these would look side by side. my current triple display with flat monitors is a little odd

What about flat in the middle with curved either side.
#21
kevinthomashiggins
Paid £349 for it from eBuyer prior to Christmas. Going back, really not worth it.
Why? What's wrong it? Seeing people moan about this monitor not being 1440p but...who cares, really? Do you guys have better alternatives for the price? Fed up with seeing negative comments on so many deals, without showing better alternatives within the same price range.
#22
Moka-Bear
kevinthomashiggins
Paid £349 for it from eBuyer prior to Christmas. Going back, really not worth it.
Why? What's wrong it? Seeing people moan about this monitor not being 1440p but...who cares, really? Do you guys have better alternatives for the price? Fed up with seeing negative comments on so many deals, without showing better alternatives within the same price range.

The limited pixel density on any 27" running at 1080p resolution is why a lot of people don't like that configuration, personally i think it looks awful, I've bought and returned 2 different models myself, pixels are clearly noticeable which gives a screen door effect .
#23
umirza85
Wonder how three of these would look side by side. my current triple display with flat monitors is a little odd

If you put 3 together you would make a cylinder
#24
mrmohammedali01
mamboboy
mrmohammedali01
wish it was at least 2560p

Keep dreaming because that's higher than 4K!

lol meant, 2560 x 1440


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mamboboy
mrmohammedali01
wish it was at least 2560p

Keep dreaming because that's higher than 4K!


That IS 4K :p
#25
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Moka-Bear
kevinthomashiggins
Paid £349 for it from eBuyer prior to Christmas. Going back, really not worth it.
Why? What's wrong it? Seeing people moan about this monitor not being 1440p but...who cares, really? Do you guys have better alternatives for the price? Fed up with seeing negative comments on so many deals, without showing better alternatives within the same price range.


Have you actually seen what a 27 inch 1080p display looks like?

No?

Let me tell you, f'ing terrible.
#26
Only 1080, cold.
#27
I've got a 1080p 24 inch at work and that looks weird enough. 27 must be horrible!
#28
But what if someone (me) wanted a monitor for PC and XBox One? This sort of resolution is ideal!!

Stop being so negative!
#29
just buy any 27inch 1080p for half the price then.
#30
better off getting this:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue32h5000-32-led-hd-1080p-freeview-hd-tv-199-99-with-5-year-guarantee-john-2099315

at least you have a tv too then! same resolution and bigger!
#31
ITT people expecting a 1440p curved monitor for less than a conventional 1440p screen.

Also ITT people deciding curved monitors are rubbish whilst probably never seeing one in action
1 Like #32
pc5020
better off getting this:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue32h5000-32-led-hd-1080p-freeview-hd-tv-199-99-with-5-year-guarantee-john-2099315

at least you have a tv too then! same resolution and bigger!

there are a few small differences between the two products though.
One is 5inches bigger
One is a curved screen
One is a TV
#33
mamboboy
ITT people expecting a 1440p curved monitor for less than a conventional 1440p screen.

Also ITT people deciding curved monitors are rubbish whilst probably never seeing one in action

It's nothing to do with the price or the fact that it's curved, for a monitor the panel is too big for the resolution. It would prob be ok if you treated it like a TV to watch from a distance, but then I'd buy a TV instead.
#34
spaceinvader
Moka-Bear
kevinthomashiggins
Paid £349 for it from eBuyer prior to Christmas. Going back, really not worth it.
Why? What's wrong it? Seeing people moan about this monitor not being 1440p but...who cares, really? Do you guys have better alternatives for the price? Fed up with seeing negative comments on so many deals, without showing better alternatives within the same price range.

The limited pixel density on any 27" running at 1080p resolution is why a lot of people don't like that configuration, personally i think it looks awful, I've bought and returned 2 different models myself, pixels are clearly noticeable which gives a screen door effect .
What about a 24" 1080p monitor, is that okay?
#35
Has anyone signed up to Samsung to get the £10 off? If you have can you tell me please:

When does the code expire? And is there a minimum spend or any exclusions? Thanks. :)
1 Like #36
A curved screen at 27". Seems like a gimmick.
Flat 27" screen @ 1080p typically sell for around £150.
So, the question is, is the curved feature worth almost double?

The original price of £450 was overpriced.
The discounted price of £280 is also overpriced.
At £180, I'd say this was a good deal.
At £280, this is freezing cold.

And dont even get me started about the low resolution (1080p is too low a resolution for a 27" monitor).
Whichever way you look at it, this monitor is flawed and overpriced.
#37
What's the response time on this?
3 Likes #38
Transformers
spaceinvader
Moka-Bear
kevinthomashiggins
Paid £349 for it from eBuyer prior to Christmas. Going back, really not worth it.
Why? What's wrong it? Seeing people moan about this monitor not being 1440p but...who cares, really? Do you guys have better alternatives for the price? Fed up with seeing negative comments on so many deals, without showing better alternatives within the same price range.

The limited pixel density on any 27" running at 1080p resolution is why a lot of people don't like that configuration, personally i think it looks awful, I've bought and returned 2 different models myself, pixels are clearly noticeable which gives a screen door effect .
What about a 24" 1080p monitor, is that okay?

I've seen a 24" at 1080p and it looked fine to me, that's the maximum size I'd go at 1080p tho.
#39
milky228
pc5020
better off getting this:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue32h5000-32-led-hd-1080p-freeview-hd-tv-199-99-with-5-year-guarantee-john-2099315

at least you have a tv too then! same resolution and bigger!

there are a few small differences between the two products though.
One is 5inches bigger
One is a curved screen
One is a TV

a curved screen on a 27" monitor is pointless, yes its 5" bigger, its a bonus that its a tv, same resolution...I personally wouldnt go for either as a PC monitor at those sizes for 1080p, but some people arent bothered...


Edited By: pc5020 on Dec 27, 2014 14:41
#40
Currently using a 28" 1080p 16:9 VA monitor and it looks fab to me, my eyes being around 19 inches from the screen and i dont notice individual pixels. I go between this and a 23" 1080p screen and the 23" looks terrible to me, each to their own i guess.

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