Samsung C43J890DKN - CJ89 Series - LED monitor - curved - 43.4"

Mfg.Part: C43J890DKN | CDW Part: 5198119 | UNSPSC: 43211902
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  • CJ89 Series
  • LED monitor
  • curved
  • 43.4" (43" viewable)
  • 3840 x 1200
  • VA
  • 300 cd/m²
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Samsung C43J890DKN - CJ89 Series - LED monitor - curved - 43.4"
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Main Features
  • CJ89 Series
  • LED monitor
  • curved
  • 43.4" (43" viewable)
  • 3840 x 1200
  • VA
  • 300 cd/m²
  • 3000:1
  • 5 ms
  • HDMI
  • DisplayPort
  • 2xUSB-C
  • speakers
  • dark gray/blue
With no bezel blind spots, perfectly matched image quality, and fewer cables the CJ89 is a smart alternative to dual monitor setups.

Samsung C43J890DKN - CJ89 Series - LED monitor - curved - 43.4" is rated2.50 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wide Screen BlissI've used this monitor for over 2 weeks now and it has been an absolute pleasure so far, not all is perfect about it but it's very small issues. I am still in awe looking at videos or booting up a video game and seeing all this real estate. The picture quality is also fantastic, nothing top notch but it’s perfectly suited for whatever your needs are. It's simple to use and set up. The biggest problem I had was moving my other monitors around to have a large setup. I love that it has built-in speakers, they aren't that great but it's nice to not use headphones sometimes.Pros:- Super widescreen, no need for 2 monitors next to each other and not divide or space between.- Very Bright and colorful screen- Has its own KVM built-in- Has its own “monitor split” to use another device like a laptop for half of the screen for you pc and one for your other device- Very solid quality built as expected from Samsung.- The mount is solid and easy to use even one handed.- Has a lot of ports in the backCons:- Price is still high, you could still probably find 2 great monitors for cheaper than just one of these- Although it has a lot of ports in the back, they aren’t enough, One HDMI, one display port, 2 USB C, 1 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0. For Something that mocks 2 monitors, it should a least have 2 HDMI or 2 Display ports I feel.- Not all things look good super wide, a lot of programs still aren’t built with support for it in mind and just looks super stretched out.- The built-in speakers aren’t going to please audiophiles- Super heavy screen and instructions to put together might not be for everyone and is very basic [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-12-19T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Monitor will not wake up from sleep modeThe monitor looks great, and I love the versatility of having 43" of screen real estate. It has one *terrible flaw*Oftentimes when I lock my computer / it goes into sleep mode the monitor will NOT wake up along with my computer. I have to *physically unplug* the monitor and plug it back in.I've been crossing my fingers for a firmware update or SOMETHING that will stop this from happening. If it wasn't for that, it would be 5 stars! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-04-08T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great picOnly thing wrong with it was only one video h in other than that it’s a work of art.
Date published: 2018-12-06T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Productivity Monitor on the MarketPurchased this monitor for undergraduate coding and engineering workstation. The compatibility between systems is incredible.PROS: I am able to charge my laptop and phone through two usb-c cords, display out from the laptop and desktop at the same time. Star Citizen plays at 60+ FPS on build 3.3, and may be the most beautiful digital experience I've ever witnessed. CONS: When using headphones in-direct to the monitor there is a slight while. Could be bad contacts, but using the headphones with either the desktop or laptop directly does not replicate the noise. 21:10 is a crazy aspect ratio. If you are using this, it's because you really enjoy ultra-wide. Expect content for common ratios to play a little wonky every once in a while.OTHER: The KVM switch is great, though as many people know the switch is not instantaneous. I find myself switching between source, while paired to both the keyboard and mouse to be the most effective use.
Date published: 2018-11-20T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Average Monitor . Needs UpdatesThe Picture is amazing, it stops right there. The "how to" instructions are very limited. The KVM is the worse I've seen on a monitor. When I switch from CPU to the XBOX and then go back, the screen forgets that both my systems are plugged into the inputs. So I have to unplug display cables and power down the monitor to get another go at getting it to work. There needs to be an update to fix the built in KVM. Also I don't know why but Samsung should have put another HDMI port on here. .. Its sad to say but I don't think they give equipment like this a lot of attention.
Date published: 2019-03-11T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surrounded by the Samsung 43” CJ890The Samsung 43” CJ890 Super Ultra-Wide Curved Monitor is an impressive display. I find it easy to use the work area in three different sections. It is well-sized for having a full-page presentation slide next to a full-page text document and running a browser or mail application. All at the same time. The visual impact of moving an application window feels like the application window is on the inside of a glass sphere. Fully-immersed is an apt expression of the experience – very different than staring at our small mobile devices.I am reviewing this product as an Insider… Assembly was a piece of cake and the box protected the unit really well. The USB-C output has a 95-Watt charge capability, so my computer draws power from the display. I put my white PC charger in the closet and reduced clutter; though, I have had to get accustomed to the charging capability going away when the display is turned off.I like the additional outputs on the display, very simple to charge a mobile device, plug in a keyboard, etc. and the removable backside panel hides it all very well. Even my 4K webcam sits on top with more stability than my old 28” display.The device is certified with Windows and worked flawlessly with my two MBPs – something I had concerns about. The speakers are surprisingly good for a display, though I realized that some of my PC USB-C outputs apparently don’t support audio out.I like the eye saver mode – having learned that our eyesight is easily compromised by too much blue light and not enough healing long-wavelength near-infrared.This is my new favorite display and it is all because of the experience of the curved immersive experience. Now I need one for the office! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-11-26T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not for MAC usersI bought this monitor primarily to use with my 2017 Mac Book Pro. I know this monitor doesn't have Thunderbolt, but I wanted the larger screen size that isn't available in the Samsung Thunderbolt monitor. The display does work with the Mac book through Display Port over USB-C. The problem is if the Mac book ever goes to sleep, it can be a challenge to get the display to detect an input again. This can be very frustrating when you are trying to use your Mac book and the display won't come up. I have had to do everything from change the USB-C port on my mac book to completely reboot to get the display to recognize the input.Also for some reason the USB-C port doesn't always provide the power needed to charge the Mac Book. It works most of the time, but occasionally the Wattage drops and the Mac Book starts draining the battery. To be sure my Mac Book won't run out of power, I need to connect the Mac charger also.
Date published: 2019-04-03T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One Amazing monitorThis monitor is simply amazing, 43" of pure awesome. I really like how you are able to connect two computers to it at once and use both at the same time. You can do single source (one computer at a time), PBP (Picture by Picture) and PIP (Picture in Picture). I'm not a fan much of PIP, but I do like PBP. I do find that it's a little slow switching between sources and layout formats, but with a little getting used to, it shouldn't be too bad. I don't think I would go so far as to call this a gaming monitor (I haven't noticed Samsung directly calling it a gaming monitor either, and this monitor actually appears on their business site), but it's more than just a business monitor. It seems to be treading a line in between the two. I say this because you don't see gaming monitors with built in KVM switches, or being able to hook and view two sources on the same monitor at the same time, that's a business need, and not a gaming need. However, you also don't see business monitors with 120hz refresh rates either. The 5ms response time for the monitor is a minimum one would want for fast paced gaming as well. I think Samsung tried to satisfy two needs with this one monitor, and they did a pretty good job of it too. It's a nice balance that allows you to use this very well with either gaming or business and switch back and forth as needed. I've already set it up so that at times I'll have my work laptop taking up half the monitor and at the same time my gaming computer will be taking up the other half of the monitor. Yes, I was gaming and working at the same time. :P I like being able to multi-task like that and this monitor helps make it easier than usual to do. This really is a great monitor. I'm still trying to decide if i want to dedicate this to my main computer, if so, it will replace my dual monitor setup (2 x 21" monitors), OR if I want it to replace my gaming monitors and let this be my main monitor for my gaming computer. If I do that, I will actually lose screen real estate though as my gaming system currently uses a tri-monitor setup (3 x 24" monitors). Despite the loss in screen size, the picture is SO MUCH nicer than my tri-monitors look. I'll probably just hook both up and be done with having 5 monitors and just use this one instead. I'll definitely free up a lot of space going that route.Trust me, you don't know it yet, but you NEED this monitor. :) Thank you #SamsungInsiders for letting me acquire this monitor at a discount for my review. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-01-02T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 3 in 1 screen = success!I still remember late 2012 when I upgrade my system to 2 screens system and how it effected my productivity as I'm working from home and use my PC system for 8-10 hours a day for work.After receiving this screen I will never forget late 2018 because that is a huge step forward!This Samsung wide-screen can act as 3 screens side by side so you can have 3 different desktops in one screen. That option is the one I like and use constantly. The 2nd feature of the screen I like is eye saver mode. This mode cut blue light emission. I find it very important as I work a lot during night-time. The 3rd feature I find useful is the ability to connect 2nd computer (in my case - laptop) and use the screen as 2 - 24" screens side by side.The price of the screen is a little steep but worth it and I would recommend everyone to buy it if you are in the market for 2 or more high-end screens. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-11-29T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful monitor!The picture quality of this monitor is excellent. The colors are beautiful. The speakers are built into the monitor. They're not very good at bass, but one could hardly expect them to be for their size. The clarity is great and easy to read. I've never had a monitor this size. I really like it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-12-14T00:00:00-05:00