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Samsung's 32-inch curved gaming monitor now just $149

Samsung Curved Gaming Monitor
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No gaming rig is complete without a proper gaming monitor and right now Walmart is taking $100 off one of the most immersive gaming monitors you can get. 

Currently, Walmart has the Samsung 32-inch 1080p Curved Gaming Monitor on sale for $149.99. That's $100 off and $20 cheaper than it was on Black Friday. In fact it's one of the best gaming deals of the season. Even better, it comes with free 2-day delivery. 

Samsung 32" Curved Gaming LCD: was $249 now $149 @ Walmart
The Samsung 32-inch C32F39M gaming monitor gives you a curved 1080p screen made for gaming. It comes with built-in speakers and a remote control. It's $100 off and at an all-time price low. Amazon offers the same price.View Deal

There are many perks that come with a curved monitor. For gamers, that means you have a wider peripheral vision. At work it means you can get wider views of spreadsheets or stack various apps side-by-side for better multitasking.

The monitor boasts an 1800R curvature, offering distortion-free viewing angles from edge to edge, and a widescreen for broader field of vision. Built-in speakers let you enjoy the full gaming experience without a headset, and the monitor's game mode is optimized for both PC and console gaming.

It features a 4ms response time and offers 3000:1 contrast for clear visibility. The slim monitor is just 0.5-inch thick, giving it an ultra-slim look and the simple circular stand offers a steady footing without taking up too much space on your desk.

It's one of the best Walmart deals we've seen this month, especially if you're a gamer. 

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.