New Discover Samsung Spring Sale Has Massive $700 Discount on ViewFinity S9 5K Smart Monitor and More

Samsung has kicked off a Discover Samsung Spring Sale, which is set to run through the end of the week. During this event you'll find discounts on 4K and 5K Samsung monitors, including the popular ViewFinity S9 5K Smart Monitor and Smart Monitor M8, as well as storage, audio, TVs, smartphones, and home appliances.

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The highlight of the sale is the 27-inch ViewFinity S9 5K Smart Monitor for $899.99, down from $1,599.99. At $700 off this a new all-time low price on the 2023 display, which has a matte display, modular 4K SlimFit camera, and support for Thunderbolt 4.

Samsung's 27-inch Smart Monitor M8 is also being discounted during this sale, available for $349.99 in Sunset Pink, down from $699.99. Other colors, like Warm White, are priced at $399.99. This is a 4K smart monitor with a design that looks similar to the new iMac line, and it's at another new record low price during Samsung's Spring Sale.

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We've rounded up a collection of other discounts you can find during the new Discover Samsung Spring Sale below. Shoppers should note that some of these deals are timed and will only last today, while others are slated to stick around all week.

Monitors

TVs/Audio

Smartphones

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

iamgalt Avatar
5 weeks ago
Seriously, is there ever a time these monitors are not on sale?
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Spanky Deluxe Avatar
5 weeks ago
It'd be great if Samsung did these deals outside of their US store. This monitor is still full price (£1271 on the UK site). If Samsung had it for £715 (the same proportional discount as in this advert) then I'd buy one right now, probably more than one as we could do with some new monitors for a few people in the office. But I'm not paying the 'full price' when I know Samsung are selling it for almost half price regularly in other markets.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fathergll Avatar
5 weeks ago

My holy grail size for 5K 16:9 is in the 29-30" range, although I'd take a 32" too.

27" 5K = 218 ppi, Retina at 15.80"
29" 5K = 203 ppi, Retina at 16.97"
30" 5K = 196 ppi, Retina at 17.56"
32" 5K = 184 ppi, Retina at 18.73"

Ergonomic guidelines recommend a minimum 20" seating distance for a desktop monitor, so all of these meet that criteria for Retina.
If we are on the topic of holy grail give me 4:3 aspect ratio or at the very least 16:10 like Macbook Pros. I remember one day walking into a Microsoft store and playing around with the Surface Studio(28" 192PPI 4:3) and it blew the 27" 5K iMac away yet was only a 1" larger. The iMac felt so cramped using it compared to that glorious IMAX aspect ratio in a monitor. Holy grail for me would be the 32" Apple XDR at 4:3.

Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dmylrea Avatar
5 weeks ago
$701.99 for EPP or EDU customers. Pretty darn cheap!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JanoschR Avatar
5 weeks ago
lol, I mean we laughed our asses off the last time they offered such a steep discount but now I'm starting to feel really bad for the people who bought it for the initial price.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
EugW Avatar
5 weeks ago

I’d buy a 5k monitor if it was a 32”

I end up having to use scaling as I find the default point sizes Apple has blessed as “correct” for retina at various screen sizes to be too small as I’ve gotten older.

On a 15” class laptop for instance I still run and prefer 1440x900 (or equivalent if on a NotchBook)

On a 32” monitor I prefer 2560x1440-ish, but could always enjoy more pixels than 4k/32” provides
My holy grail size for 5K 16:9 is in the 29-30" range, although I'd take a 32" too.

27" 5K = 218 ppi, Retina at 15.80"
29" 5K = 203 ppi, Retina at 16.97"
30" 5K = 196 ppi, Retina at 17.56"
32" 5K = 184 ppi, Retina at 18.73"

Ergonomic guidelines recommend a minimum 20" seating distance for a desktop monitor, so all of these meet that criteria for Retina.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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