Samsung S32F351 32 Inch LED Monitor - White, £199.99 from Argos
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Samsung S32F351 32 Inch LED Monitor - White, £199.99 from Argos

£199.99Argos Deals
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Found 18th Nov
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  • 32in LED display.
  • Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
  • Brightness 250cd/m2.
  • Contrast ratio 100000:1.
  • Suitable for wall mounting.
Interfaces and connectivity:

  • Audio in, HDMI, .
  • Digital input.
General features:

  • Power saving facility.
  • Size H52.2, W73.1, D24.7cm.
  • Weight 6.2kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

13 Comments

Original Poster

Only 1080p resolution. Big negative. Lick the Samsung brand name for £200. Buy 4k resolution instead.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 18th Nov

Looking for a curved TV similar size

sam_of_london2 m ago

Only 1080p resolution. Big negative. Lick the Samsung brand name for £200. …Only 1080p resolution. Big negative. Lick the Samsung brand name for £200. Buy 4k resolution instead.

Not everyone needs 4k you know . Some people still using 720p

undertakeaap2 m ago

Not everyone needs 4k you know . Some people still using 720p …Not everyone needs 4k you know . Some people still using 720p

But it is like throwing good money after old junk . These things sell second hand for very cheap. I gave my old 1080p monitor for free to charity.

sam_of_london2 m ago

But it is like throwing good money after old junk . These things sell …But it is like throwing good money after old junk . These things sell second hand for very cheap. I gave my old 1080p monitor for free to charity.

You right about monitors though. It's good to spend few quid more and get a TV with nice sound system. I would get a nice 1080p TV to be honest but brand new.

sam_of_london33 m ago

Only 1080p resolution. Big negative. Lick the Samsung brand name for £200. …Only 1080p resolution. Big negative. Lick the Samsung brand name for £200. Buy 4k resolution instead.


4K isn't ideal at this size for desktop use either since you'd have to use sub-optimal 1.5x scaling, 2560x1440 or 51280x2880 would be best, although I don't think the latter have been released yet.

sam_of_london49 m ago

But it is like throwing good money after old junk . These things sell …But it is like throwing good money after old junk . These things sell second hand for very cheap. I gave my old 1080p monitor for free to charity.


I have absolutely no use for 4k.

sam_of_london1 h, 50 m ago

Only 1080p resolution. Big negative. Lick the Samsung brand name for £200. …Only 1080p resolution. Big negative. Lick the Samsung brand name for £200. Buy 4k resolution instead.


I think people might not quite understand what it takes to run games in 4k. A lot of people including myself have pretty decent machines but without the graphics card needed to output in 4k. The lowest you would be looking at is a GTX 1060 which would add another 300 quid to the price.

The other factor is 4k technology is still pretty new with HDR, OLED, Dot technology out now but far to expensive for monitors I would hold off till next year.

In terms of this monitor Samsung have been one of the best in terms of colour display I have had over the years. 32 inch is pretty big so you need to make sure you have the space to put the monitor back by about a foot. Otherwise you will not be able to get the whole screen in eye shot. If you have a deep desk or can wall mount this monitor it will be ideal.

Just note it does not have built in speakers.

Also dont use TV's for PC as someone suggested TV's are not monitors just because they both have HDMI does not mean they are the same. If you have a PC get a half decent monitor.

24” 1080p, 27” 1440p, 32” 4K. For gaming, 1440p is ideal as 4K is still very demanding. Even a 1070/1080 cannot really do 4k60. 32” 1080p will give you a very low PPI

If it's for a PC I'd rather buy the 27" curved, 1080p isn't too bad at 27-28". 32 looks awful

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Redscoped7 h, 49 m ago

I think people might not quite understand what it takes to run games in …I think people might not quite understand what it takes to run games in 4k. A lot of people including myself have pretty decent machines but without the graphics card needed to output in 4k. The lowest you would be looking at is a GTX 1060 which would add another 300 quid to the price. The other factor is 4k technology is still pretty new with HDR, OLED, Dot technology out now but far to expensive for monitors I would hold off till next year.In terms of this monitor Samsung have been one of the best in terms of colour display I have had over the years. 32 inch is pretty big so you need to make sure you have the space to put the monitor back by about a foot. Otherwise you will not be able to get the whole screen in eye shot. If you have a deep desk or can wall mount this monitor it will be ideal.Just note it does not have built in speakers.Also dont use TV's for PC as someone suggested TV's are not monitors just because they both have HDMI does not mean they are the same. If you have a PC get a half decent monitor.


His point was that 1080p at this size is awful for use as a computer monitor.

The cat broke my 32" Samsung smart TV that I used to play my PS4 on. Not alot of 32" TV's out there any more. Will this be good for gaming?
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