ElectriQ 32" Full HD IPS Freesync 144Hz Gaming Monitor £214.97 - Laptops Direct
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ElectriQ 32" Full HD IPS Freesync 144Hz Gaming Monitor £214.97 - Laptops Direct

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Found 9th Jan
Just purchased this myself, great deal for a 144HZ IPS monitor.

  • 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
  • Its quick and easy to set-up with plenty of connection options
  • PRE-ORDER NOW! delivery available from 30th Jan

  • Screen size: 32
  • Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080)


  • Ports - HDMI DVI DisplayPort
  • Freesync
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 5 MS Response Time
  • Speakers
  • Warranty - 1 year warranty
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Not 2k!!!! And free sync not g sync, not sure if this is a good deal
Edited by: "splitzfire" 9th Jan
As a guy with a 27 inch 1080p monitor, I can see individual pixels when sat just 2 or 3 feet away from the monitor. Unless you're planning to use this when sat on the sofa or are moderately visually impared I cant recommend a 1080p 32 inch screen.
Any comparable monitor at this size and at 144hz would be nearly £150 more. Also G-sync monotors are reknowned to be at least £100-150 on top of that because they have to use a dedicated Nvidia console to run G-sync which they obviously make money from.

so for a 2-4k monitor with G-sync your talking over double the price of this monitor. £400-£500 range

True that 32" 1080p for gaming isnt the best but this is aimed at casual gamers i assume who don't want to break the bank for couple of extra pixels.

Its probably only hardcore gamers with very top-end cards who would be able to run high settings at 1440 and keeping 144hz, and they probably would be willing to spend £500+ on a monitor.

For the size and 144hz AND freesync this is really good value for money
To be fair, many people use 40”-50” + TV screens for gaming at 1080p.
If you are going to sit at a desk right in front of the screen to play games, yes, this is firstly too large in my opinion, and also too low dpi for normal PC work.
However, for gaming, with antialiasing on, 3ft or so from the screen, this would be fine.
Good price for what it is and assuming it will be used in the right way.
Good deal for a large monitor and if you absolutely must have a 144hz panel. Personally, I think 1440p is a better match for 30 inch plus screens. For pure VFM I think the AOC Q3279VWF as here hotukdeals.com/dea…029 for a bit less at £200 is way better with a massive 32" screen like this one but at 1440p so everything stays nice and sharp. Unless you sit a long way from the monitor, the screen size is enough that you can leave the Windows scaling at 100% to benefit from a massive desktop while still seeing everything clearly. 32" and 1440p is the perfect combination IMHO. Admittedly doesn't have 144hz, though does have Freesync too and has 75hz refresh so a little smoother than regular 60hz, which still looks absolutely fine anyway IMHO....
Edited by: "ST3123" 9th Jan
ST312343 m ago

Good deal for a large monitor and if you absolutely must have a 144hz …Good deal for a large monitor and if you absolutely must have a 144hz panel. Personally, I think 1440p is a better match for 30 inch plus screens. For pure VFM I think the AOC Q3279VWF as here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aoc-32-2560x1440-va-75hz-freesync-widescreen-led-monitor-19999-from-amazon-2857029 for a bit less at £200 is way better with a massive 32" screen like this one but at 1440p so everything stays nice and sharp. Unless you sit a long way from the monitor, the screen size is enough that you can leave the Windows scaling at 100% to benefit from a massive desktop while still seeing everything clearly. 32" and 1440p is the perfect combination IMHO. Admittedly doesn't have 144hz, though does have Freesync too and has 75hz refresh so a little smoother than regular 60hz, which still looks absolutely fine anyway IMHO....


I have that monitor and would agree that it's a better buy. For me 1440p is more important than 144Hz at 32 inch.
splitzfire1 h, 57 m ago

Not 2k!!!! And free sync not g sync, not sure if this is a good deal


Can you point to a similar Gsync monitor at this price?
32 inch it needs to be at least QHD display
Craigmcfc954 m ago

What is the HZ for this monitor?


it's 75hz. I found mine defaulted to 60hz when first installed, but you just have to go into display settings to put it up to 75hz, don't need to add it as a custom setting or anything.
32 inch and 1080p? Alright for console gaming I suppose.
Aha, was wondering how this could be. I got my LG 29UM68 for 250 quid, but it is a 21:9 ratio (2560x1080 res), this is still 1920x1080 res. I wonder how it looks, you must have to be quite a bit away from it.
Gormond3 h, 28 m ago

Can you point to a similar Gsync monitor at this price?

Considering the Gsync tech itself has a price premium of around £150-£200 excluding monitor itself, some people are idiots for saying "there's no Gsync" on a monitor at this price bracket lol
I would avoid laptopsdirect like a plague. Had nothing but poor experience from them.
I wish I could find a good 24" Monitor or so for cheap, I feel 32" is just way too big for what I need.
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