ElectriQ 32" Full HD Freesync 144Hz Gaming Monitor - £225.97 @ eBay (seller buyitdirectdiscounts)
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ElectriQ 32" Full HD Freesync 144Hz Gaming Monitor - £225.97 @ eBay (seller buyitdirectdiscounts)

£225.97eBay Deals
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Found 3rd Dec
Decent price for a 32 inch 144hz monitor.

I went for the AOC31.5 inch instead due to the resolution. Good deal at this price though for a 32 inxch 1080p 144hz monitor.

Specs below for those that lack the finger dexterity to click the 'get deal' button

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What stands out
  • It provides the smoothest gaming experience possible with a 144Hz refresh rate
  • Crisp and clear details with the Full HD display
  • FreeSync technology eliminates any tearing or stuttering in any game
  • It has a matte screen which reduces any annoying glare from any angle
  • It’s quick and easy to set-up with plenty of connection options
The detailsSpend more time on the winners podium with the brilliant monitor from electriQ. Every image is smooth and packed full of detail which gives you a much clearer path to glory! I found that my victory rate improved straight away!

With an incredible 144Hz high speed refresh rate, this monitor shows its competitors how it’s done. I could see a difference straight away compared to those with lower refresh rates. Its picture is incredibly smooth even with the fastest-paced scenes. Added to this, it’s even got AMD FreeSync built in which eliminates stuttering and tearing to help deliver the smoothest gaming experience available.

Its Full HD too, which is great for displaying details you may have missed before, giving you a further advantage as you game. Combine that with the 32" display and standard 16:9 aspect ratio and everything will be displayed perfectly, helping you to see more!

Connect to your PC or games console with the built in HDMI, DisplayPort or DVI ports, each delivering the best picture quality possible. Its slim bezel lets you enjoy a larger display while the matte finish reduces any glare for the best experience with no distractions.

This monitor offers the smoothest gaming yet, eliminating tearing and stuttering so you’ve always got the advantage in any game.

Essential info
  • Screen size: 32”
  • Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080)
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Contrast ratio: 5000:1
  • Refresh rate: 144Hz
  • Response time: 5MS
  • Power consumption: 40W
  • VESA: 100 x 100mm
  • Ports: DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort & Audio in
  • Dimensions: H 490 x W 725 x D 145mm
  • Weight: 8.2kg
Whats in the box
  • 32" Monitor
  • 1 x Power adapter
  • 1 x HDMI cable
  • User manual and warranty

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Hope it helps someone!

16 Comments

Is this brand any good? Never heard before.

Original Poster

vinylmojo37 m ago

Slightly cheaper at Laptopsdirect:£207.97 with free …Slightly cheaper at Laptopsdirect:£207.97 with free deliveryhttps://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/electriq-32-full-hd-freesync-144hz-gaming-monitor-eiq-32mff144fs/version.asp


Nice spot, should post it as a deal! They're a budget brand wudonliu, still decent for the price.

32” with only 1080p. That will have a huge dot.

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d3k24 m ago

32” with only 1080p. That will have a huge dot.


Not too bad, certainly playable. Might notice more when reading text though I will give you that. But a huge dot is an overstatement.
Edited by: "petermcgregor14" 3rd Dec

Stay away from this brand! Got 34" curved version, 2/2 was faulty! Got refund.

petermcgregor1428 m ago

Not too bad, certainly playable. Might notice more when reading text …Not too bad, certainly playable. Might notice more when reading text though I will give you that. But a huge dot is an overstatement.


I have 4k 27” and I can still see the dot from 30cm so...
In my opinion 24” is the ideal comfortable res for FHD and 27” for 1440p but maybe I’m old fashion.
Edited by: "d3k" 3rd Dec

petermcgregor1420 m ago

Not too bad, certainly playable. Might notice more when reading text …Not too bad, certainly playable. Might notice more when reading text though I will give you that. But a huge dot is an overstatement.


Most of my gaming involves reading text.

Whether the resolution is too low depends on your viewing distance. FHD@32" is a little on the low side for desktop monitor use, although tolerable on a deeper desk if it's mostly for videos/gaming.
DrTraktor17 m ago

Stay away from this brand! Got 34" curved version, 2/2 was faulty! Got …Stay away from this brand! Got 34" curved version, 2/2 was faulty! Got refund.


I suspect it's just a house brand/drop shipper rather than an actual manufacturer. If so the quality will vary between models, what was the customer service like?

If that was 5yrs ago, I would bought 2.

I have a 2K 32" AOL monitor.
It's evolution when you change monitors, the next one has to be bigger and have more specs. than the last.
When I change to 4K, I know my next monitor will be 40"+.

d3k20 h, 59 m ago

32” with only 1080p. That will have a huge dot.


Well said. This is old junk. Buy 4k now. £226 in the drain.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 4th Dec

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sam_of_london1 h, 8 m ago

Well said. This is old junk. Buy 4k now. £226 in the drain.


Couple of points:

1. I was quite shocked that someone agreed with your comment and so checked who would liked it, turned out it was yourself....Liking your own comments is a bit odd really, some serious attempts there to give your comment more weight.

2. Even the most expensive GPU's these days struggle to run games at 4k with decent settings, you are paying for 4k but can't use it properly for gaming yet. 1440p is the sweet spot at present, but a lot of people with low-mid end gpu's would prefer to max out a 1080p than settle for medium 1440p and therefore this monitor would be great for these people.

It is all about individual needs and preferences.

petermcgregor1416 h, 8 m ago

Couple of points:1. I was quite shocked that someone agreed with your …Couple of points:1. I was quite shocked that someone agreed with your comment and so checked who would liked it, turned out it was yourself....Liking your own comments is a bit odd really, some serious attempts there to give your comment more weight.2. Even the most expensive GPU's these days struggle to run games at 4k with decent settings, you are paying for 4k but can't use it properly for gaming yet. 1440p is the sweet spot at present, but a lot of people with low-mid end gpu's would prefer to max out a 1080p than settle for medium 1440p and therefore this monitor would be great for these people. It is all about individual needs and preferences.


2. Not true. 1080ti on it's own has no problems running 98% of games in 4k@60fps, and the rest in 4k@30fps.
Nobody said YOU HAVE TO play at 4k. We only saying that certain screen sizes scale and look good only in certain resolutions.
24" is ideal for 1080p, 27" for 1440p and 32"+ for 4k.
Having higher (than that) resolution on a smaller size is fine, BUT other way around having small res (like 1080p) on huge screen like 32" isn't good. The dot is too big and visible and the scaling isn't right. It's not a case of individual preference.

Original Poster

d3k1 h, 4 m ago

2. Not true. 1080ti on it's own has no problems running 98% of games in …2. Not true. 1080ti on it's own has no problems running 98% of games in 4k@60fps, and the rest in 4k@30fps.Nobody said YOU HAVE TO play at 4k. We only saying that certain screen sizes scale and look good only in certain resolutions. 24" is ideal for 1080p, 27" for 1440p and 32"+ for 4k. Having higher (than that) resolution on a smaller size is fine, BUT other way around having small res (like 1080p) on huge screen like 32" isn't good. The dot is too big and visible and the scaling isn't right. It's not a case of individual preference.


It clearly is a case of individual preference as individuals are choosing to buy this...hence that makes it their individual preference. Price is obviously a factor. And I would consider a 1070 or 1080 as high end gpu and they struggle, saying a 1080ti can manage it does not mean most high end cards can.

petermcgregor145th Dec

It clearly is a case of individual preference as individuals are choosing …It clearly is a case of individual preference as individuals are choosing to buy this...hence that makes it their individual preference. Price is obviously a factor. And I would consider a 1070 or 1080 as high end gpu and they struggle, saying a 1080ti can manage it does not mean most high end cards can.


„Even the most expensive GPUs struggle...” rings the bell? Hence I mention 1080ti and not 1070/1080. And windows scaling isn’t personal preference. Optimal screen size to resolution ratio isn’t personal preference either. Hence the low price because it’s crap. Basically. You want to play 1080p on 1070/1080 not a problem. Buy some 24” ips and you’re going to be sweet. And they not that pricey as well. Buy bigger one and the dot is big enough to notice.

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d3k8 h, 37 m ago

„Even the most expensive GPUs struggle...” rings the bell? Hence I mention …„Even the most expensive GPUs struggle...” rings the bell? Hence I mention 1080ti and not 1070/1080. And windows scaling isn’t personal preference. Optimal screen size to resolution ratio isn’t personal preference either. Hence the low price because it’s crap. Basically. You want to play 1080p on 1070/1080 not a problem. Buy some 24” ips and you’re going to be sweet. And they not that pricey as well. Buy bigger one and the dot is big enough to notice.


I can't be bothered arguing with you. It's personal preference what someone determines when the pixels are "too big", I'm not stating 4k isn't better, I'm saying some people still prefer a 32inch 1080p over a 24inch 1080p monitor. Clearly some people enjoy it. Just like a home cinema projector where people watch a 120inch 1080p projection on a screen over a 40inch 1080p TV. Personal preference. Goodbye.
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