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Samsung U32J592UQU 32-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 LED Monitor - 2xHDMI, Displayport - £218.90 delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Samsung U32J592UQU 32-Inch 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 LED Monitor - 2xHDMI, Displayport - £218.90 delivered @ Amazon Germany

£218.90£29927%Amazon Germany Deals
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Posted 14th Feb

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Good offer on Amazon Germany for this monitor. Lowest price.

Price includes shipping and as always will be cheaper using a fee free card to purchase.

Amazon UK also sell this monitor but for £299

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  • UHD large format (32 inches).
  • Easy multitasking (PiP / PbP).
  • AMD FreeSync synchronizes the refresh rate of your graphics card and monitor to display an uninterrupted image.
  • Game Mode instantly optimizes screen contrast to give you an advantage when gaming. By selectively enhancing contrasts in certain scenes, Game Mode reveals more detail in dark areas to identify opponents faster.
  • Samsung’s UHD upscaling technology includes signal analysis and detail enhancements that convert SD, HD and Full HD content and reach the level of UHD image quality.
  • Picture-by-Picture (PBP) lets you connect two devices to the monitor and maintain their original quality. For optimal multitasking, scale the second source to up to 25% of the screen area and position the image anywhere.
  • Box contents: Samsung U32J592UQU (32 Inch) Monitor.

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Any deals for 4k IPS panel?
Good price
I find it a bit misleading when computer monitors and TVs describe products as 4K Ultra HD that don’t feature at least HDR10. Sure, you’ll get increased resolution over Full HD (1080p) but that is only half of the benefits that 4K UHD brings.
rtings.com/mon…j59

Not the best but looks ok for the money, a pity only one HDMI port is 2.0 though.
If this is IPS I'm going to sell one of my children and order it
SleepyChris14/02/2020 11:20

If this is IPS I'm going to sell one of my children and order it


Your kids don't seem to hold much value to you
DsK14/02/2020 12:52

Your kids don't seem to hold much value to you


You haven't met them
Rtings review looks positive as long as you don't need it to be bright...I am surprised by the decent viewing angles and 10-bit colour depth meaning little banding
Edited by: "SleepyChris" 14th Feb
cheekster14/02/2020 08:49

I find it a bit misleading when computer monitors and TVs describe …I find it a bit misleading when computer monitors and TVs describe products as 4K Ultra HD that don’t feature at least HDR10. Sure, you’ll get increased resolution over Full HD (1080p) but that is only half of the benefits that 4K UHD brings.


That might be because Ultra HD defines the resolution and nothing else, HDR is a completely unrelated set of standards. I can have a 1x1 pixel HDR1000 display or an Ultra HD TV that's lit by a candle.

You are right however that a consumer should be considering both aspects of a display since resolution is not the only important aspect, colour space, brightness and accuracy matter too.
Gormond14/02/2020 09:36

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/samsung/u32j590-uj59Not the best …https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/samsung/u32j590-uj59Not the best but looks ok for the money, a pity only one HDMI port is 2.0 though.



Two HDMIs. Visible in the picture and confirmed in the description: "Anzahl HDMI Schnittstellen - 2"
SleepyChris14/02/2020 11:20

If this is IPS I'm going to sell one of my children and order it


That's what I wanted to know. Someone in the Q&A's confirms it's a VA panel.
mvp11116/02/2020 16:52

That's what I wanted to know. Someone in the Q&A's confirms it's a VA …That's what I wanted to know. Someone in the Q&A's confirms it's a VA panel.


Yeah...I'm no expert but I did some googling and it looks like VA has much better viewing angles than TN but not as good as IPS. Colours a similar story. Contrast ratio is much better than both TN and IPS...at least on axis....but if you're too close to a 32" screen the edges will be off axis because of the angle you'll be looking at them from. Pixel speed of VA is the slowest...so maybe not good for a serious gamer.
Take home: TN for serious gaming. IPS for professional use...eg photography or not so serious gaming. VA for general use with great contrast ratio. This all sounds good for my needs...just want a lot of screen real estate without pressing my nose up to the screen and decent colours.
Someone call me out if I'm wrong here.
Also FYI: I had a 24" 4k IPS Acer monitor at my last job (nose against the screen job). The contrast and the colour saturation was rubbish...so I guess nothing is a given... Depends on the implementation of the technology. I never seem to like Acer monitors though. They gave me my first 1080 monitor, which was an Acer...gave it back...same issues...maybe their low end is particularly bad.
Edited by: "SleepyChris" 16th Feb
mvp11116/02/2020 16:49

Two HDMIs. Visible in the picture and confirmed in the description: …Two HDMIs. Visible in the picture and confirmed in the description: "Anzahl HDMI Schnittstellen - 2"


You misunderstood what I was saying. Only one of the ports is version 2.0, the other is version 1.4.
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