Samsung C32T550 Curved Gaming monitor - 32inch 1080p 4ms AMD FreeSync £209.99 from Amazon
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Samsung C32T550 Curved Gaming monitor - 32inch 1080p 4ms AMD FreeSync £209.99 from Amazon

£209.99£259.9919%Amazon Deals
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Posted 20th May
Think these are new? Overclockers has this up for pr-order at £259.99

Amazon have the 24 and the 27inch too - the 27 & 32 come with built in speakers

All have AMD FreeSync, with HDMI, DP and VGA

24 inch from Amazon - £149

27 inch from Amazon - £189

Spec at Samsung here
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1080p on a 32 inch screen, happy pixel counting, my 6 year old Benq 32 even has QHD Resolution (and my Samsung Note 9), always worth buying a quality Monitor IMHO. Cold from me afraid.
AMD freesync and 75hz for people who doesn't want to click on the link. Nice monitor for the money.
Seems great value for those who do not sit really close and like to count pixels.
32 inch that resolution this day and age.... Think its a miss. You can pick that up for cheaper like the recent Philips for about £145.
JJJZ20/05/2020 10:03

32 inch that resolution this day and age.... Think its a miss. You can …32 inch that resolution this day and age.... Think its a miss. You can pick that up for cheaper like the recent Philips for about £145.


Which one is that ?
This is not curved but id be looking at something like hotukdeals.com/dea…823

Alternatively id look for a little bit more cash and grab a 4k 32inch around £250-275.

There is better value to be had by being patient I reckon. Just my opinion. I would rather buy into better technology that will last longer.

Mind I look through the eyes of productivity not gaming whereby refresh would weight heavier.
Edited by: "JJJZ" 20th May
Xelon20/05/2020 07:22

1080p on a 32 inch screen, happy pixel counting, my 6 year old Benq 32 …1080p on a 32 inch screen, happy pixel counting, my 6 year old Benq 32 even has QHD Resolution (and my Samsung Note 9), always worth buying a quality Monitor IMHO. Cold from me afraid.


Well have you used a 32" 1080p monitor? I am curee tly using Asus VA326HR and its not like you can actually start seeing the pixels unless you're sitting with you face right in the screen. Using it from about 80cm away it's quite good and I can't complain. Of course its not QHD or 4K but not every system will handle higher resolution without a big drop in fps.
Yep i'm also using a 1080p 32' monitor.

I wouldn't want to use it for productivity as text doesn't look great (but still fine for a bit of social media) but as a media display its been great.

For movies and games its absolutely fine also looks great with my Xbox One S. Less lag than a similar sized tv.
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