ElectriQ 32" 4K FreeSync IPS Panel HDMI Monitor - £269.99 at LaptopsDirect
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ElectriQ 32" 4K FreeSync IPS Panel HDMI Monitor - £269.99 at LaptopsDirect

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This monitor comes up every week and the general view is it is about the right price as its a terrible monitor. Depends how desperate you are for 4k.
Is this on “sale” or will it go down further?
sharzam116 h, 45 m ago

This monitor comes up every week and the general view is it is about the …This monitor comes up every week and the general view is it is about the right price as its a terrible monitor. Depends how desperate you are for 4k.


In relative to what is it terrible?
TomH716 h, 53 m ago

I think as long as you’re not expecting miracles then it should satisfy. I …I think as long as you’re not expecting miracles then it should satisfy. I did want a 4K TV for my bedroom (HTPC), but the smallest 4KTV’s are generally 40”. So for me this seems decent.


You won't notice much difference between 1080p and 4k on a 32" screen. I'd rather have good colours and viewing angle from FHD panel than poor man's 4k.
I can think of two reasons to buy 4k IPS monitor:

1. Photo editing
2. Video editing


And this screen will be terrible at both.
Response time 12MS

Freesync is over Disport only so no good for the xbox one X,

I guess its ok for anyone gaming on a AMD card that can play at 4k.........

I would wait till later in the year and just get something with HDR or get a TV
BenderRodriguez6 h, 11 m ago

I can think of two reasons to buy 4k IPS monitor:1. Photo editing2. Video …I can think of two reasons to buy 4k IPS monitor:1. Photo editing2. Video editingAnd this screen will be terrible at both.


Programming? Heavy duty spreadsheets? Anything where fitting more content on screen is good really. I'm currently using a 28" 4K monitor but I wish I didn't have to use scaling so a bigger diagonal with the same resolution would be good.
PatonCavaney8 h, 18 m ago

In relative to what is it terrible?


Relative to most other 4k screens, you get what you pay for basically. Atleast that is what I have read, I don't own it personally.
I bought this screen recently and it looks great, the viewing angles are good thanks to IPS, looks nice and sharp, responsive time is great and i game on it fine, do my work (programming) with no problems, Its actually a better than my AOC 4k monitor which cost me more,
People should stop talking **** about the monitor because the manufacture is unknown, i bet it it was an lg or samsung monitor everyone wouldn't be negative
Edited by moderator: "removed swear word" 9th Mar
can we expect some discount?
BenderRodriguez10 h, 6 m ago

You won't notice much difference between 1080p and 4k on a 32" screen. I'd …You won't notice much difference between 1080p and 4k on a 32" screen. I'd rather have good colours and viewing angle from FHD panel than poor man's 4k.


Can't speak about colour quality but your first statement is flat out wrong. I have a 27" 4k monitor that is noticeably sharper than my 21.5" 1080p. at 32", the difference will be more substanital
BenderRodriguez10 h, 6 m ago

You won't notice much difference between 1080p and 4k on a 32" screen. I'd …You won't notice much difference between 1080p and 4k on a 32" screen. I'd rather have good colours and viewing angle from FHD panel than poor man's 4k.


You will notice the difference. It's a monitor, which are intended to be sat in front of, as opposed to a TV which are for sitting away from.
I can certainly tell the difference on my 27in monitor, so pretty sure the difference is more pronounced on a 32in.

Also, I wouldn't go lower than 1440p on anything above 24in, unless you prefer 8-bit graphics.
bankbandit15 m ago

Also, I wouldn't go lower than 1440p on anything above 24in, unless you …Also, I wouldn't go lower than 1440p on anything above 24in, unless you prefer 8-bit graphics.


This is a ridiculous exaggeration. I use a 27" 1080p display and am just fine with it.

Going to 1440p is a nice little step up, but it's not a game-changer. It's also an awkward resolution for media viewing and if you're gaming on it, going native 1440p requires a hefty GPU.
Seanspeed2 h, 57 m ago

This is a ridiculous exaggeration. I use a 27" 1080p display and am just …This is a ridiculous exaggeration. I use a 27" 1080p display and am just fine with it. Going to 1440p is a nice little step up, but it's not a game-changer. It's also an awkward resolution for media viewing and if you're gaming on it, going native 1440p requires a hefty GPU.



I disagree. 1440p is a game changer for productivity.

And you don't need that hefty of a GPU a 1060/1070 is fine.
TomH74 h, 39 m ago

Have the people who are talking negative things about the monitor actually …Have the people who are talking negative things about the monitor actually y’no... tried it???


All of the Reevoo reviews seem to quite like it. Just the 60HZ is not good for my eyes, if it can hit 75hz which is unlikely then I might buy one.
4k on a 32 incher is almost perfect
rafaelmagalhaes935 h, 22 m ago

I bought this screen recently and it looks great, the viewing angles are …I bought this screen recently and it looks great, the viewing angles are good thanks to IPS, looks nice and sharp, responsive time is great and i game on it fine, do my work (programming) with no problems, Its actually a better than my AOC 4k monitor which cost me more, People should stop talking **** about the monitor because the manufacture is unknown, i bet it it was an lg or samsung monitor everyone wouldn't be negative

Hey thanks for thew summary. Was wondering if the monitor can be overclocked? from like 60HZ to like 70ish, and do you know the freesync range by any chance?
bankbandit5 h, 19 m ago

You will notice the difference. It's a monitor, which are intended to be …You will notice the difference. It's a monitor, which are intended to be sat in front of, as opposed to a TV which are for sitting away from.I can certainly tell the difference on my 27in monitor, so pretty sure the difference is more pronounced on a 32in.Also, I wouldn't go lower than 1440p on anything above 24in, unless you prefer 8-bit graphics.



I think you've missed the "I did want a 4K TV for my bedroom" part - it will be used as a TV.
Has anyone used this for general office work and coding? Considering adding this alongside two 24" 1080p screens.

As input lag, viewing angles and colour accuracy don't really matter for my day job, I'm presuming this will be a big upgrade.
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ollie876 h, 56 m ago

I disagree. 1440p is a game changer for productivity.And you don't need …I disagree. 1440p is a game changer for productivity.And you don't need that hefty of a GPU a 1060/1070 is fine.


For productivity, you're not getting much with 1440p.

And a 1060 is not fine for 1440p gaming. A 980Ti/Vega56/1070 is really want you want unless you have low standards on settings and performance, which you probably dont if you've gotten yourself a 1440p monitor.
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 9th Mar
BenderRodriguez23 h, 14 m ago

You won't notice much difference between 1080p and 4k on a 32" screen. I'd …You won't notice much difference between 1080p and 4k on a 32" screen. I'd rather have good colours and viewing angle from FHD panel than poor man's 4k.


Like you won't notice the difference between 1080p and 1440p at 27"? Of course you'll notice the difference, regardless of poor colour/backlight bleed/ghosting/any other issue, the extra pixels will make a difference!
DHaynes9th Mar

Has anyone used this for general office work and coding? Considering …Has anyone used this for general office work and coding? Considering adding this alongside two 24" 1080p screens.As input lag, viewing angles and colour accuracy don't really matter for my day job, I'm presuming this will be a big upgrade.


I use it for coding should be fine
tahir_owen9th Mar

Hey thanks for thew summary. Was wondering if the monitor can be …Hey thanks for thew summary. Was wondering if the monitor can be overclocked? from like 60HZ to like 70ish, and do you know the freesync range by any chance?


No prblems, I've never tried to overclocked it , I will give it a go and get back to you , and I'm not sure about freesync range
OK, np.
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