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Samsung Smart M7 32" 4K Ultra HD Monitor $479 (C&C / in Store / + Delivery) @ JB Hi-Fi

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I noticed this was $42 cheaper than the recent TGG Commercial deal at JB Hi-Fi. $120 off RRP ($599).

UHD Monitor which can also be used as a smart TV.

UHD 4K resolution delivers stunning picture quality for work and play
More convenient connectivity with a USB type C
Easy mobile connection via wireless DeX, Tap View and mirroring
One-touch entertainment with apps, remote controller and built-in speaker
Remote Access and Office 365 let you work and learn from anywhere

Resolution 3,840 x 2,160
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Brightness (Typical) 250cd/㎡
Contrast Ratio Static 3,000:1(Typ.)
Response Time 8(GTG) ms
Refresh Rate Max 60Hz

More Info

Available in store, $0 C&C or + Delivery (From $9.95)

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Comments

  • +1

    Come with remote and apps…..perfect if you have high school kids

  • seems like there's no audio out for this, either have to use HDMI(ARC) to a receiver/system or use the built in speakers.

    • You could also do bluetooth earphones or speakers.

  • +4

    Just a note about the statement "Which can also be used as a TV".

    You could stream free to air TV through TV channels apps, but there is no antenna input on this screen, so no aerial free to air TV.

    • +1

      Thanks for picking that up, fixed up the wording.

  • +2

    Dell got me a curve, good sound and paid a lot less!

    • +1

      Yes, I got one, too. I paid $379.

    • i thought that deal was $549

    • +1

      Which model DELL was it?

      This one has DEX/Airplay 2 and USB-C (but reviews say connectivity iffy). Also, USB keyboard/mouse can be used with Office Online without PC - something that Samsung already did with the Flip 2 - if DELL has an equivalent or similar - would be good to know what the model is.

      Only concern is the VA panel, but then again, it's half the price of an equivalent LG.

      Planning to get for teen on a small table, I figured that the NSW Education provided Microsoft Office account should work on it and they should be able to do their assignments with or without the laptop.

  • +1

    The brightness seems on the low end. Anyone with one of these monitors can confirm how it is in real-life use.

    I would think one of these plus a 24-27" in portrait would work great for office work…. or just keep my 38" curved?

    • +1

      I have a 38 ultrawide with a 24 in portrait on the side. I wouldn't switch out the 38 with anything smaller.

      • What 24" are you rocking. I was hoping to get a LG ultrafine 4k or something of high quality…

        • Just a Lenovo T23i. 1080p is enough for me for an ancillary screen as it is mainly for teams and pdfs.

    • I have this monitor and love it but still can't answer your question.

      You will either be fine with the nits or you need more - only you can answer that.

      I can tell you that I struggled with the USB-C to USB-C and wasn't prepared to buy more cords to see if I could get it to work so I am using a HDMI to USB-C that works well. Others have got USB-C to USB-C to work.

      The audio is average - better than a laptop, worse than a TV.

      I have a 3 year old HP x360 for reference.

      • What was your issue with usb-c?

        Were you able to get more then 30Hz?

        • +1

          I have a Philips 4K with USB-C dock built in & was originally limited to 4K @30hz using the USB-C input.

          Depending on your device, it may not provide enough bandwidth on the USB-C port for 4K 60hz when USB version on the monitor is set to USB 3.0.
          On the Philips, I can set the monitor to be USB 2.0 which then allows more bandwidth on the USB-C for the display signal and allows 4K @ 60hz.
          I’ve only got keyboard & mouse on the dock, so USB2 speed for data isn’t an issue.

  • Anything in 27inch?

    • +5

      With 4K I’d recommend sticking to 32”. Anything smaller and you definitely need to use display scaling, which defeats the purpose of going 4K.

      • You definitely don’t ‘need’ to use display scaling on 4K 27”, for one the size is dependent on distance and scaling these days isn’t what it used to be, you can still get the additional sharpness of 4K and larger text where it’s needed.

        It’s a fine recommendation and some might prefer 32” but not everyone. I run 4K 27” and I don’t regret it and wouldn’t want it in 32”.

  • +1

    Thank you!
    I got one from Officeworks with 5% discount :D

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