Deals: Samsung's New Winter Sale Has Major Discounts on TVs, Monitors, and More

Samsung today began a new winter deals event, offering sales on TVs, tablets, monitors, memory, audio accessories, and more. The "Discover Samsung" event is set to run through December 15 and introduce new deals of the day every day of the sale.

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Below we've collected a few of the highlights of the sale, particularly focusing on major discounts on Samsung TVs and monitors. The new sale continues Samsung's discount on the 32-inch Smart Monitor M8, available for $399.99 in select colors, down from $729.99, an all-time low price on the iMac-like monitor.

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Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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coffeemilktea Avatar
20 months ago
Imagine keeping the Odyssey Ark monitor in vertical mode for some epic FaceTime calls ?
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Weaselboy Avatar
20 months ago

I remember when SSD 1/2 to 1/4 the size of the smallest listed were 2-4x the price of the largest listed
They really have dropped a lot. Check out what I paid for a 120GB SSD in 2011. $312!

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Someyoungguy Avatar
20 months ago

Back in the late '90s I paid over $300 for a 6GB HDD. The guy I worked with that was teaching me how to build PC's told me that was overkill
In the late 80’s I paid $350 for a 49 MB seagate SCSI drive for my Amiga 500.
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bigboy29 Avatar
20 months ago

Have had 3 Samsung TVs and they’ve been outstanding. Will buy another when the time comes. Wish I needed one now, these are good deals.
They are indeed great TVs... except...

They are incredibly chatty on the network and will download ads 24 hours a day, whether they are on or off. It is something to behold, actually (the amount of network traffic they generate). My Samsung TV gets to access my Wi-Fi only when I need to update it. Otherwise, it is sitting in the corner off the network and I use Apple TV device to stream stuff on it.

BTW if you do use Apple TV device to stream to a Samsung TV, do use the built-in Apple TV color calibration (it will require your iPhone too) as the TV is not really very color precise by default.
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diggy33 Avatar
20 months ago



They really have dropped a lot. Check out what I paid for a 120GB SSD in 2011. $312!
Back in the late '90s I paid over $300 for a 6GB HDD. The guy I worked with that was teaching me how to build PC's told me that was overkill
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compwiz1202 Avatar
20 months ago
I remember when SSD 1/2 to 1/4 the size of the smallest listed were 2-4x the price of the largest listed
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