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electriQ 32" QHD FreeSync HDR Monitor-eiQ-32Q75HDR £179.97 @ Laptops Direct
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electriQ 32" QHD FreeSync HDR Monitor-eiQ-32Q75HDR £179.97 @ Laptops Direct

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electriQ 32" QHD FreeSync HDR Monitor-eiQ-32Q75HDR £179.97 @ Laptops Direct
Posted 22nd Aug

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Essential info
  • Screen size: 32"
  • Resolution: QHD (2560 x 1440)
  • Panel type: VA
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Contrast ratio: 3000:1
  • Refresh rate: 75Hz
  • Response time: 5MS (G2G)
  • Maximum power consumption: 60W
  • VESA: 100 x 100mm
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m²
  • Speakers: 2 x 3W
  • Ports: 2 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x USB, 1 x DC
  • Dimensions: W x H x D: 748 x 498 x 166mm
  • 2 year warranty

Whats in the box
  • 32" Monitor
  • 1 x Power adapter
  • 1 x HDMI cable
  • 1 x User manual

Great Monitor for the price! Hope this helps
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14 Comments
HDR will be pointless but rest of the specs look great for the money!
Have a couple of the 4k ones; build quality was a little off on one, but the panels look good.
I have this monitor. I'm pretty impressed with it. No dead pixel I could find. Freesync range is 48-75 Hz.

I haven't tried the HDR on it. As mentioned above, I suspect it won't be very good; the panel isn't bright enough for HDR (it's fine for normal viewing though)
is it better than am ips screen of similar rrp price?

not sure if va panels have improved enough to beat ips yet.
IPS is still generally better with better viewing angles and better color reproduction than VA, but its still is better than a TN Panel and have better refresh rates than an IPS panel.
Alex_H22/08/2020 16:49

HDR will be pointless but rest of the specs look great for the money!


300 Nits brightness so not great but better than the circa 100-200 nits of non HDR monitors.
VA panel therefore not interested. I would not waste money on a VA panel again. Besides 27" is more appropriate for 1440p.
HookedOnHotDeals23/08/2020 16:56

VA panel therefore not interested. I would not waste money on a VA panel …VA panel therefore not interested. I would not waste money on a VA panel again. Besides 27" is more appropriate for 1440p.


I have the ROG PG43UQ which has a VA panel and it beats pretty much any other gaming monitor.
What specs should i be looking for with a PS4 Pro and lets face it, the PS5 will be on my xmas list so something for both.
Adrian_Sharp23/08/2020 17:21

What specs should i be looking for with a PS4 Pro and lets face it, the …What specs should i be looking for with a PS4 Pro and lets face it, the PS5 will be on my xmas list so something for both.


HDR1000, 120Hz, HDMI 2.1 would be a good starting point.

Although the PS5s ability to do much worth using at 120Hz is questionable as its somewhat underpowered compared to say the XSX.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 23rd Aug
Tony_DR23/08/2020 16:58

I have the ROG PG43UQ which has a VA panel and it beats pretty much any …I have the ROG PG43UQ which has a VA panel and it beats pretty much any other gaming monitor.



Far too many people say differently which mirrors my personal experience of them. They are damn awful with certain colour transitions which smear terribly. This effect can be seen on youtube in gaming on VA panels.
HookedOnHotDeals23/08/2020 18:45

Far too many people say differently which mirrors my personal experience …Far too many people say differently which mirrors my personal experience of them. They are damn awful with certain colour transitions which smear terribly. This effect can be seen on youtube in gaming on VA panels.


Cheap ones maybe. Not a ROG:

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yanick22/08/2020 18:59

I have this monitor. I'm pretty impressed with it. No dead pixel I could …I have this monitor. I'm pretty impressed with it. No dead pixel I could find. Freesync range is 48-75 Hz.I haven't tried the HDR on it. As mentioned above, I suspect it won't be very good; the panel isn't bright enough for HDR (it's fine for normal viewing though)


Does it do 1440 over HDMI - one user review suggests not.
jnm2123/09/2020 13:37

Does it do 1440 over HDMI - one user review suggests not.


I don't know over HDMI. I have it plugged it into DisplayPort and it does.

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