Deals: Samsung's Smart Monitor M8 Drops to New Record Low Price on Amazon at $444.60

Samsung's Smart Monitor M8 has hit a new all-time low price today on Amazon, available for $444.60, down from $699.99. This is the newest M80C model of the Smart Monitor, and the only color Amazon has at this price is Warm White.

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This beats the previous low price seen during Prime Day by about $55, and it's a deal that's only available on Amazon as of writing. Samsung launched this refreshed version of the Smart Monitor M8 back in June, including updates like HDR10+ support and a portrait orientation option.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

Veeper Avatar
8 months ago
I bought one and sent it back. The input lag was awful, and I don’t play any games. The colors were washed out and impossible to get correct. HDR on or off, the settings were extremely limited. The whole setup menu is about as complex as a Jitterbug cell phone, and has all the usual Samsung nags and nigh impossible to escape selection requests (WiFi/TV provider etc)

Just my experience, but it was a terrible one.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gleepskip Avatar
8 months ago
I bought and returned this, just as @Veeper did.

The quality of the display is meh at best, no analog audio output, switching inputs is unnecessarily awkward, side-by-side does not fill both halves of the display, and only two inputs.

I bought a Dell Ultrasharp 32" (U3223QE) and I've been very happy with it.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bryanck Avatar
8 months ago
Surprise, surprise, no one wants a monitor that copies the design of a Studio Display but has a cruddy VA panel.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
zarmanto Avatar
8 months ago

How do you think this Dell would go with a Mac Mini Pro?

I really want two monitors, but just have a hard time justifying two Studio monitors. Maybe one of these Dell for secondary monitor and Studio for primary monitor?
Depends upon your point of view and your needs. Some Mac users with more graphics-centric backgrounds commonly bemoan the 4K resolutions of cheaper monitors like mine, because (from conversations I've had previously) Mac graphics assets were apparently designed to look their best on 5K displays. Unfortunately, the entry price for anything 5K or better is... not cheap.

Personally, I view my 4K Dell display as an acceptable compromise, because it's good enough for my needs but does not break the bank -- but I'm also not a graphics artist; I'm a software engineer. So my needs may or may not match yours.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)