HP 32s Display Full HD (1920 x 1080) 31.5 Inch Monitor (5 ms, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI) - Silver/Black at Amazon £149
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HP 32s Display Full HD (1920 x 1080) 31.5 Inch Monitor (5 ms, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI) - Silver/Black at Amazon £149

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Posted 28th Apr
Home entertainment reaches new heights on a spacious 80 cm (31.5") diagonal display. Maximise immersion while watching movies, and multitask with multiple windows on a full-sized screen. With it’s vibrant visuals and versatile connectivity options, everything on screen comes to life in dazzling clarity.
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Good price for a 32” monitor but at 1080p it might be quite a rough picture with big pixels. Heat for the deal though!!
It's got VESA mount at least, but really needs 1440p at this size really.
What is the advantage of this over a 32" 1080p TV?
Great price if the resolution is suitable for your needs.
Still waiting for a 1440p (or better yet 4k) 32" monitor to come down to <£200.

Annoyingly the smallest 4k TV is 40" which is just too big to use for a desk monitor.
118luke1 m ago

Still waiting for a 1440p (or better yet 4k) 32" monitor to come down to …Still waiting for a 1440p (or better yet 4k) 32" monitor to come down to <£200.Annoyingly the smallest 4k TV is 40" which is just too big to use for a desk monitor.


There was a few on the ebay event (curry's pc world) they'll come round again!
118luke4 h, 2 m ago

Still waiting for a 1440p (or better yet 4k) 32" monitor to come down to …Still waiting for a 1440p (or better yet 4k) 32" monitor to come down to <£200.Annoyingly the smallest 4k TV is 40" which is just too big to use for a desk monitor.


There is a deal posted today (1440p, 75hz).
cactusbrandy6 h, 41 m ago

It's got VESA mount at least, but really needs 1440p at this size really.


Or 2560 x 1080 isn't a bad compromise.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 28th Apr
118luke19 h, 35 m ago

Still waiting for a 1440p (or better yet 4k) 32" monitor to come down to …Still waiting for a 1440p (or better yet 4k) 32" monitor to come down to <£200.Annoyingly the smallest 4k TV is 40" which is just too big to use for a desk monitor.


ebuyer.com/760…wcB

Have owned one of these.
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