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https://www.costco.com/Dell-32%E2...85824.html

I bought this last night at Costco. I had been eyeballing it at the $200 price instead of the 29" LG Ultrawide for around $180. At $150 I thought it was a good deal.

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https://www.amazon.com/Dell-Ultra...merReviews

Looks like this was on slickdeals before. And there was plenty of debate about the resolution - not enough to second guess my purchase as I wont be doing any gaming nor much video.

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I saw this monitor yesterday at Costco. It looks and feels good. I just don't like a 32" with a 1080p resolution.
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to big for 1080 imo
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One advantage is that you get plenty of desk space by keeping it more than 4 feet away.
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I saw this monitor yesterday at Costco. It looks and feels good. I just don't like a 32" with a 1080p resolution.
Benefits for buying from Costco is an automatic 2 year warranty. If purchased with the Costco Visa, warranty is 4 years. Groupon had Costco memberships for $55 with a $20 gift card for those that don't have a membership.
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to big for 1080 imo
I bought an LG 31.5" (32MP58HQ-W) and 1080p works fine. Yes, texts and spreadsheets are not as crisp as on a 2K or a 27" 1080p monitor (just slightly so), but as long as the display settings are right and you calibrate with ClearType, it's more than adequate. Be sure the setting are NOT on any "Super" settings (super high resolution or super black). I know it's counterintuitive, but the lower settings let the texts and images find their true nature on 1080p, so to speak, instead of being all tricked out and weird. I also was able to use the Marseille hdmi upscaling adapters on sale from BuyDig, and it helps a little bit when the settings are set to low.

Btw, this Dell is also 31.5"...I think all "32 inch" monitors are actually 31.5 inches.
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I have the same monitor which I picked from previous deal (mine is refurbed, but I paid $28 less for it). I quite like it. Yes, I can see a bit of pixelization if I look for it, but if I don't, it is just fine. It is not bothersome. Sure, I can spend a hella lot more for 4k monitor, but I don't think the fairly old laptop I am using this for could even output 4k.

There is a bit of snobbery on SD on not having the latest and greatest hardware. People are forgetting this is not about flashing your epeen with high end equipment. There are far greater values to be found at mid or low end.
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to big for 1080 imo
Actually, this kind of monitor aim at senior citizen with bad eye sight. My dad love this one. Each letter in screen is like half an inch long... Lol
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I have the same monitor which I picked from previous deal (mine is refurbed, but I paid $28 less for it). I quite like it. Yes, I can see a bit of pixelization if I look for it, but if I don't, it is just fine. It is not bothersome. Sure, I can spend a hella lot more for 4k monitor, but I don't think the fairly old laptop I am using this for could even output 4k.

There is a bit of snobbery on SD on not having the latest and greatest hardware. People are forgetting this is not about flashing your epeen with high end equipment. There are far greater values to be found at mid or low end.
Well, unless you have poor eyesight and need a Large Print Edition screen, you might as well just use a 24-incher with the same resolution. Takes up less space on the desk, and can be had for the same price or less since they sell so many of them.
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I bought this exact monitor a few months ago for my office at the $199 price. I would have loved to have gotten it for the $149, but oh well, I'm not going through the hassle of a return and repurchase at this point. I do a lot of writing and editing of books and materials and it works great for my purposes. it's a clear image, bright, not much glare, and because of the size I can easily have multiple documents open and not have to squint to read them.

One thing to note, is that it will take up a lot of desk space, so I ended up purchasing a one-arm desk mount (this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1) so I can maneuver it around my desk as needed.
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I have this as my second spare non-gaming monitor used to stream plex/youtube and it works amazing.
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has nothing to do with epeen... you're losing a massive amount of physical desk space for no extra virtual desktop space over a 24'' 1080 monitor, and you're losing clarity/definition as well.
it's just a lose/lose situation.
there's a reason when a 32'' monitor is 150$, and it's not a good one.

at ~30'' should be 2560x1600/1440, 4K is a waste at that size (and Windows scaling still leaves a lot to be desired), so don't even bother bringing it up.
Massive amounts of desk space? That's being really dramatic. In most cases it probably doesn't take up any usable space, and where it does we're talking 3.5" on either side of the stand six inches above the desk or so.

It's certainly worth pointing out the resolution, but beyond that let people pick the monitor for their needs. It would be great for my parents whose eyesight isn't that great any more. It would be great for my girlfriend's kid, who uses it to watch TV in his bedroom where viewing distance makes the resolution irrelevant and for gaming where his system would struggle to push more pixels anyway. If a deal isn't what you're looking for, just move on.
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at ~30'' should be 2560x1600/1440, 4K is a waste at that size (and Windows scaling still leaves a lot to be desired), so don't even bother bringing it up.
Yea, I have an HP 2560 x 1440 monitor that is 32" and that is perfect. I also have an Acer 43" 4k monitor which is even better.

A 32" monitor at 1080p sounds unusual.
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