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LG 32UN650-W, 31.5 Inch 4K Ultra HD Monitor 3840 x 2160 pixels White £249.99 Delivered @ Costco

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Create with vivid colour and clarity

See your creations with pro-level picture quality. Whether it's video, photography or graphic design, LG UltraFine monitors are your canvas. Do your best work with picture quality composed of precise detail and spot-on colour accuracy. Whatever the project, you'll push your productivity to new levels.

Suitable clarity, precision and colour expression

With DCI-P3 95% (Typ.) and HDR10 in 32-inch 4K IPS, offering 4 times as many pixels as Full HD, your work shines for clear, and precise colour as desired, resulting in easy reproduction of images on screen.

Vivid colour expression

This colour calibrated monitor covers an incredible 95% of the DCI-P3 colour space, the current standard utilized by the film industry, assuring an exceptionally wide range of colours.

Colour Calibrated

It is colour calibrated to display original intended colour for accurate picture quality.

Immersive gaming experience

32UN650 boosts the new era of 4K HDR console gaming experience, not only bringing unprecedented thrills with decent image, and sound, but also helping you win more battles with AMD FreeSync, Dynamic Action Sync and Black Stabilizer.

Fluid and rapid motion

With AMD FreeSync technology, console gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout high resolution, fast-paced games. AMD FreeSync virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering.

Dynamic Action Sync presents action as it happens

Get the closest thing to real-time gaming. Dynamic Action Sync elevates your gameplay for a pro-level experience. Respond to action, opponents and every moment with minimized input lag and unbelievable performance.

See detail in the darkness with Black Stabilizer

Your gameplay is never in the dark. Black Stabilizer is your ally to attack or defend against enemies hiding in the shadows. It delivers a pro-level gaming experience for enhanced vision and a jump on the competition.

More vividly and realistically

HDR content from multiple streaming services explores. The result is the most true with vivid brightness, and wide colour range when playing on LG UHD 4K monitor with HDR10 technology in support of DCI-P3 (Typ.) colour space.

Ergonomic Stand

Find your ideal display position with the adjustable stand while the smooth curve of the base provides stability, assuring dependable performance with a touch of elegance.





Model Number: 32UN650-W
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    wondering if I should buy this and sell the Dell S2721DGFA (which was bought for £260)
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    They're two pretty different monitors; so it really depends what you're looking for, based on how you intend to use it.

    The Dell S2721DGFA is a 27" gaming-focused QHD (2560x1440) monitor, with better specs across the board - except for the lower resolution.

    It features better colour accuracy (98% DCI-P3 [Dell S2721DGFA] vs 95% DCI-P3 [LG 32UN650]), on a brighter (400nits for HDR400 [Dell] vs 350nits for HDR10 [LG]) panel.

    The Dell's refresh-rate of 165Hz (over DisplayPort, or 144Hz over HDMI) makes it the no-brainer choice if you're at all interested in gaming, with the LG topping out at a mere 60Hz. This is aided by the faster (and more colour-accurate, as mentioned above) Nano IPS panel, compared with the LG's standard IPS panel. This panel facilitates the Dell's 1ms response-time (grey-to-grey extreme), compared with 5ms on the LG.

    The 31.5" LG 32UN650 is a larger, 4K UHD monitor. If you're focus is productivity-only, you may find more benefit from the higher-resolution AND higher screen-size to increase the amount of content on the screen at one time. 32 inches is a great monitor size to make use of 4K, and I wouldn't be recommending switching from a 27" QHD monitor to a 27" 4K monitor unless you really need the extra pixel density.

    For gaming on eSports titles, many prefer a 24-27" [Dell] display over a 32" [LG] display as it reduces eye/head movement needed to see content in the far corners of the screen.

    Even in productivity though, the Dell may be the better choice. The high refresh-rate screen makes productivity tasks feel far "smoother" and more responsive. The brighter, more colour-accurate display may even excuse its lower pixel-density for those interested in photo/video workloads, but that's up to the individual.

    They're both good monitors, so I hope this helps you to understand where each has strengths and weaknesses. Whichever you choose, you'll be getting a great deal and a great monitor!
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    Can I use this with a GTX980, I'm going around in circles trying to get a new monitor...
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    yes, but don't expect to play games in 4k with this GTX980 GPU, + check what ports your GPU support / monitor
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    Good price for an IPS screen. Shame no USB-C
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    Got this in my basket on Costco, torn between this and the 27UP850 that's on there.
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    I already had 1x of the 27UP850, and I bought 2x more from Costco a few days ago which arrived today. I'm a software dev and benefit from 2-3 adjacent monitors, so that's my main argument for choosing multiple 27" screens. If I was only planning on using a single monitor, I'd go for a 32" option - like this one, or alternatively LG's Ergo monitor for a genuinely impressive monitor arm thrown in.

    The USB-C is also a bonus, plus the marginally brighter screen (400nits for HDR400 [27UP850], vs 350nits for HDR10 [32UN650]) but you're unlikely to notice much of a difference as running at full brightness can be straining on the eyes and loses colour accuracy.
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    Was about to go for this over the Lenovo from JL but would prefer the USB-C. 
    hotukdeals.com/dea…566 

    Can anyone recommend anything better around the £300 range?  Approx 32" 4K with USB-C.
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    Thanks OP, just pulled the trigger on this, have been looking for a while now, a lot of the monitors are 1440p and not 4K. This looks a fantastic combination of price and performance and I’m not interested in gaming so fits the bill
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    Just got told that my Dell S2722QC from last week won’t ship till June next year (WTF!!).

    This is seriously tempting me and looks better spec’d for a WFH productivity monitor.

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    Ordered. (edited)
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    Why no g sync?
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    is this only for Members?
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    I bought this for 299 back in April and it's been great for WFH and PS5 casual COD & FIFA. I was surprised that HDR gaming is also very pleasing on this. Seems like great value at this price
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    I have this and I paid £259 last year its really good
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    Ordered. Thanks for sharing!
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    Wonder if there is an adaptor for Hdmi to usb C therefore powering MacBook Pro? im not technical so not sure if this is possible
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