LG 32MP58HQ 32 inch IPS Monitor Black £169.97 at Amazon
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LG 32MP58HQ 32 inch IPS Monitor Black £169.97 at Amazon

£169.97£179.956%Amazon Deals
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Posted 3rd AugEdited by:"Tacavas"
Large IPS screen, VESA mountable and fair value monitor.
Display
  • Screen Size Class (diagonal): 31.5"
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Color Gamut (CIE1931): 68%
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Brightness (cd/m2): 250 cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio: Mega
  • Viewing Angle: 178 / 178
  • Surface Treatment: Anti-Glare, 3H
Inputs/Outputs

  • HDMI
  • VGA
Power

  • Type: Adapter
  • Input: 100~240V, 50/60Hz
  • Normal On (EPA): 34W
Features

  • Picture Mode
  • Reader Mode
  • Original Ratio
  • Flicker Safe
  • Automatic standby
  • Six Axis Control
  • Smart Energy Saving
  • Super Resolution+
  • 4 Screen Split
  • OnScreen Control (OSC)
  • Black Stabilizer
Dimensions

  • Without Stand (WxHxD): 28.6" x 3.7" x 16.9"
  • With Stand (WxHxD): 28.6" x 8.1" x 19.4"
  • VESA 200 x 100
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1080p is too small for a 27" nevermind a 32" monitor.
Carson_Official03/08/2019 15:23

1080p is too small for a 27" nevermind a 32" monitor.


What about for non gaming use? Like working from home using Microsoft office programs?
mascot9903/08/2019 20:01

What about for non gaming use? Like working from home using Microsoft …What about for non gaming use? Like working from home using Microsoft office programs?


I wasn't talking about gaming use? Same stands for non-gaming use too. The pixels would be huge on screen when you are sat in front of it. With 1440p, you can stack 2 word documents side by side or even (just) have 2 documents stacked around the screen - certainly not something you can do on 1080p.

Upon a quick search, 1440p 32" IPS monitors start from around £20 than this but I bet there are some at this price point too. That being said, £20 for night and day better image quality is a no-brainer.

Remember with modern OS's like Win 10 you can change the DPI so you can make use of larger res's without having to reduce image quality.
Carson_Official04/08/2019 08:14

I wasn't talking about gaming use? Same stands for non-gaming use too. The …I wasn't talking about gaming use? Same stands for non-gaming use too. The pixels would be huge on screen when you are sat in front of it. With 1440p, you can stack 2 word documents side by side or even (just) have 2 documents stacked around the screen - certainly not something you can do on 1080p.Upon a quick search, 1440p 32" IPS monitors start from around £20 than this but I bet there are some at this price point too. That being said, £20 for night and day better image quality is a no-brainer.Remember with modern OS's like Win 10 you can change the DPI so you can make use of larger res's without having to reduce image quality.


Very helpful ... thanks!
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