Philips Brilliance BDM3270QP 32" Computer Monitor - £311.98 @ uk.insight.com
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Philips Brilliance BDM3270QP 32" Computer Monitor - £311.98 @ uk.insight.com

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Found 2nd Jun 2016
BIG Reduction - £311.98 Delivered is the lowest price yet for this nice big 32" Monitor - (£379 @ Amazon) and around £400ish and over from most of the rest.

Resolution is Quad HD (2560 x 1440) # NOT 4K #.

It has an AMVA panel (Advanced Multi-domain Vertical Alignment) It's goal is to maintain the high contrast and fast response time of TN panels, while coming pretty close to IPS in off-axis image quality - fantastic contrast, image quality.

Refresh and Response rate -- 60Hz and an slower than perfect response time means that it's not a dedicated gaming monitor but judging by the reviews, it's fine for casual gamers.

IMHO, At this price bracket - £300, This is a great buy for someone that wants a LARGE high quality monitor that will do just about anything you ask of it.

For anyone searching for reviews, This uses the exact same panel as the BenQ BL3200PT

Aspect ratio: 16:9
Adjustable stand
Optimum resolution: 2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz
Response time (typical): 12 ms
SmartResponse (typical): 4 ms (Grey to Grey)
Brightness: 300 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (typical): 3000:1
Viewing angle: 178º (H)/178º (V)
USB 3.0 hub

13 Comments

Great price, but at 32 inch you really want to be aiming for a 4K screen. At 1440p I can safely say 25" is the sweet spot. Pixel density is absolutely perfect without scaling, doesn't dominate a desk and doesn't cost a fortune either.

This price does not include shipping.

Order subtotal £247.99
Standard 1 Day Delivery (UK Mail) Shipping £11.99
VAT [?] £52.00
Total £311.98

Great price, but at 32 inch you really want to be aiming for a 4K screen. … Great price, but at 32 inch you really want to be aiming for a 4K screen. At 1440p I can safely say 25" is the sweet spot. Pixel density is absolutely perfect without scaling, doesn't dominate a desk and doesn't cost a fortune either.


Depends how far away you sit really, I'm at about a metre on a 32" @1440p and think it's just about perfect, 4k without scaling from the same distance would do my head in! X)

The response time is a bit high for my liking and would love to see the absolute input lag but other than that this seem a like a sweet in terms of price and resolution at this size. Can't believe I'm still stuck with my 24 and 27" like a peasant.

Original Poster

This price does not include shipping.Order subtotal £247.99 Standard 1 … This price does not include shipping.Order subtotal £247.99 Standard 1 Day Delivery (UK Mail) Shipping £11.99 VAT [?] £52.00 Total £311.98



I took the price from the Pricespy website - £297.59 inc VAT and £302.58 delivered - It must be the for the slower than 24 hour rate

I took the price from the Pricespy website - £297.59 inc VAT and £302.58 d … I took the price from the Pricespy website - £297.59 inc VAT and £302.58 delivered - It must be the for the slower than 24 hour rate


Sadly there was no such option at Insight, there is no slower shipping or cheaper than that. Or at least not for London.

Original Poster

Sadly there was no such option at Insight, there is no slower shipping or … Sadly there was no such option at Insight, there is no slower shipping or cheaper than that. Or at least not for London.



Thanks, just checked myself and have amended the price.

The Samsung 32" at £266.39 looks good
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If not using for gaming, primarily only using for work, browsing etc will this be a better buy ?

The Samsung 32" at £266.39 looks … The Samsung 32" at £266.39 looks goodhttp://www.uk.insight.com/en-gb/productinfo/monitors-and-displays/0005850958-00000001If not using for gaming, primarily only using for work, browsing etc will this be a better buy ?



1080p res is a bit too low for a screen that size. 1440p at 32 is sweet spot. i have a 27" 1080 and thats pushing it really!

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bowdiddly

The Samsung 32" at £266.39 looks … The Samsung 32" at £266.39 looks goodhttp://www.uk.insight.com/en-gb/productinfo/monitors-and-displays/0005850958-00000001If not using for gaming, primarily only using for work, browsing etc will this be a better buy ?




Not at 1080p it's not. I'd go 27" max at that resolution and they can be picked up for about £80 less

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noiren

The response time is a bit high for my liking and would love to see the … The response time is a bit high for my liking and would love to see the absolute input lag but other than that this seem a like a sweet in terms of price and resolution at this size. Can't believe I'm still stuck with my 24 and 27" like a peasant.




It's going to be high due to the panel and the fact this is more designed for work than gaming

Amazon has reduced the price of this monitor to £302.58 effectively having me 1 on order (while thinking if I really want to upgrade from my brand new 27" HP E272Q to 32"). There is 1 more left.

Mine arrived - very good monitor. And currently after no stock for some time there are two available for £302.58.
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