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Samsung CF390 23.5" FHD VA Curved Monitor $149 (RRP $229) @ JB Hi-Fi


Regular price of $229 but hovers around $200 street price.

Not too shabby if you're just looking for a simple monitor. VA panel gives it better contrast over IPS at the expense of viewing angles - IMO VA is fine for a single-user enviroment, but your mileage may vary. The monitor features a slight curve (19 degrees) to help counteract the VA viewing angle issue.

The 27" variant is also on sale for $199, but stock seems quite barren (around NSW at least).

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  • +1

    I have this monitor. I bought this at a similar price last year. It is ok for office use but would not recommend this not for games or media.

    • would not recommend this not for games or media.

      why ?

      this is the cheapest freesync monitor … i think

      • Because it's VA and VA is shit.

        • +1

          is it that noticeable when playing FPS games?

  • have the 27 incher from when it was avail on Samsung Education. simple monitor, limited ports.

    • Is the 27” good for gaming?

      • I use the 24" for Xbox with no issues and freesync works. Might grab the 27" for a bit of an upgrade - seems to be plenty of stock around Perth.

  • +2
    • Plus free shipping too.

  • I would be tempted if it had a speaker which it doesn’t. That’s a shame. It’s annoying that a lot of monitors don’t have a built in speaker.

  • It's a good deal for a second monitor. I would get a higher end fast refresh rate high res monitor for my primary display and get a cheaper monitor for a second display

  • +1

    JB stock around me sold out pretty quick but Harvey Norman has plenty and price matched it.

    • I asked on chat & they said it doesn't qualify for a price match because it is a clearance item.
      Maybe in store would be more chance.

    • same here in Hobart. No stock in JB hifi and Officework. Did you get the price matched in store? I should go there tomorrow and see how it works.

  • +1

    Does anyone if this would work well with a 2015 Macbook Pro Retina display? Want something that isn't pixelated for mainly office and uni work but afraid to pull the trigger.

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