Samsung UH750 28" 4K Monitor At $329, Lowest Price Ever - Cyber Monday 2018 Deals

Cyber Monday is here, and Samsung's celebrating it with a wide variety of discounts on all kinds of consumer electronics, gaming monitors included. Cue this fantastic deal on the UH750, one of the company's most popular 28-inch computer screens ever that's presently available at a record-low price of $329. The monitor that regularly retails at $500 dropped to its previous lowest-ever price just last week when it was being offered at $350, so with this even more aggressive discount now being live, it's extremely unlikely the product will get any cheaper until at least next summer.

Behind this all-time-low price is a 4K QLED monitor designed for immersive entertainment which features a customizable picture-in-picture mode and can display over a billion color shades in an accurate manner. It also has a minimalist design that will do a stellar job at blending in regardless of the environment. The Samsung UH750 also comes with pre-drilled holes for wall-mounting and supports AMD's Radeon FreeSync technology that prevents screen tearing by synchronizing the monitor's refresh rate with the number of frames per second rendered by compatible GPUs while gaming. So, if you're looking for a versatile monitor that won't break the bank or want to take your gaming to the next level and have an AMD-made graphics card, this Cyber Monday deal will be right up your alley.

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