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32" LG 32UD59-B 4K UHD Monitor, FreeSync, VA Panel w/code EMCPERR24 $399.99

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NewEgg has 32" LG 32UD59-B 4K UHD Monitor on sale for $399.99. Shipping is free.

$449.99 - $50 w/code EMCPERR24 = $399.99 shipping is free

Specs:
  • 3840 x 2160 4K UHD 5ms
  • DCI-P3 95% Color Gamut
  • HDCP 2.2 compatibility displays video from 4k streaming services, gaming consoles and Blu-ray players
  • AMD FreeSync reduce tearing and stuttering from graphic's card
  • Screen Split feature optimizes multitasking with multiple windows displayed at once.
  • HDMI x 2, DisplayPort

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Any thoughts on this deal? Trying to decided between this and the LG 27" 4k listed today and whether either is a deal.
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Any thoughts on this deal? Trying to decided between this and the LG 27" 4k listed today and whether either is a deal.
I tried both the 32 and the 27 LG. The LG is an IPS vs the 32 being a VA.

I'm not a graphic designer or gamer. Just wanted workspace and the 32 is the clear winner for me.

Despite having exceptionally good eyesight, the 27 was at the edge of usable with no text scaling. Without monitor calibration both looked fine to me with no real disruption on viewing angle which some people complain about with TNs (and some with VAs). The 32 I can work unscaled with tons of desktop real estate without having the monitor right in my face.

Not the best price as these were $50 cheaper around BF....but still quite good given there haven't been any good deals on non TN 32's since then.
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I tried both the 32 and the 27 LG. The LG is an IPS vs the 32 being a VA.

I'm not a graphic designer or gamer. Just wanted workspace and the 32 is the clear winner for me.

Despite having exceptionally good eyesight, the 27 was at the edge of usable with no text scaling. Without monitor calibration both looked fine to me with no real disruption on viewing angle which some people complain about with TNs (and some with VAs). The 32 I can work unscaled with tons of desktop real estate without having the monitor right in my face.

Not the best price as these were $50 cheaper around BF....but still quite good given there haven't been any good deals on non TN 32's since then.
Thanks! Wouldn't the 32 inch be worse for text readibility since there less pixel per inch
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Thanks! Wouldn't the 32 inch be worse for text readibility since there less pixel per inch
I'd imagine you're getting too nitty gritty looking at the specs and technical details (I'm exceptionally guilty of that)

I sit about 2.5-3 feet away from my monitors and the 32s work for me with no scaling (dual 4ks and laptopscreen set at 1080p). I could make the 27 work by putting it closer to my face but that doesn't give me much desk space.

I had the same questions as you which is why i tested 27" and 32" to decide on if I could get away with the relatively cheaper 27's. I can routinely read the bottom line on eye tests (20/10 or 20/6) and the 27's are still too small for me to have at that distance without scaling. And I don't want to scale since I want the real estate.

If you need a monitor now, this is a good deal since the most you'll save is $50 on a hotter deal. not sure how this monitor compares to monoprice's IPS though if anyone has direct experience with that.
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Any idea how this compares to the monoprice 32 as a general work monitor (mostly text, but some graphics)?

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Dave
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