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[Target] Monoprice 32in CrystalPro Monitor $359.99 + 5% Redcard discount - 4K UHD, 60Hz, HDR, Aluminum Bezel, Ultra Slim, HAS, IPS

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Target: https://www.target.com/p/32in-4k-...A-79553421 $359.99 + 5% redcard discount. [15% off regular price of $399.99]

Walmart: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Monopr.../914218648 $359.99 OOS

Monoprice: https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=27772. $399.99


Ultra High Definition: This 32" monitor features a maximum resolution of 4K@60Hz (3840x2160p@60Hz), giving it stunning, high resolution detail.

FreeSync Technology: The DisplayPort® inputs support AMD® FreeSync™ technology for a smooth, tear-free gaming experience when partnered with AMD video cards.

High Dynamic Range: The high-dynamic range video allows you to enjoy the beauty of a wider and richer range of colors, much brighter whites, and much deeper, darker blacks.

VESA Compatible: The adjustable stand can be removed to allow access to the 100x100 VESA® mounting points for mounting to a wall or desk mount.
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Looks to be pretty much regular price, but still a decent deal on a 32" 4k monitor. Decisions decisions.
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Looks to be pretty much regular price, but still a decent deal on a 32" 4k monitor. Decisions decisions.
LG 43-50" tvs, which are IPS, go for around this price as well during sales.
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Looking for a decent 4K monitor deal. Any recommendations? Would be nice if adjustable stand
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Check BenQ and viewsonic on Amazon for new and their outlet sites for refurbished. Ex: $399 veiwsonic new 32" 99% srgb uhd 60hz on Amazon.
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Just read this review from monoprice. can any current user confirm/comment?
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Big Panel lottery, and TERRIBLE firmware if you want to use with multiple inputs
First the good- the overall image quality of this monitor is quite good. The colors are great, and on my panel at least, the color uniformity is acceptable. The response time/input lag seems to be quite good as well. Finally, the overall feel/polish of the monitor/bezel is quite nice (though the stand is pretty flimsy.. not a problem for me as I am using a VESA arm).

Now on to the not so good-
1) You are truly playing the panel lottery with these. I had to RMA my first monitor- its color uniformity was EXCELLENT, but the top 6-8 rows of pixels would disappear if you sat with your eyes level to the middle/top third of the screen. If you moved your head up to be level with the top of the screen, the pixels would re-appear. This made the menu bar on my OS X machine truncated. On my second monitor, only the top 1-2 rows of pixels exhibited this behavior (not good, but tolerable I guess), however the color uniformity wasn't nearly as good (though just tolerable for a $400 4k monitor). Additionally, my second monitor has now developed a stuck green pixel just off center. I'd rather the monitor be $100, and have monoprice do some better QC on the panels they put in them.

2) The big issue- the controls and firmware for this monitor are bar-none, the worst I have EVER experienced for a monitor. The completely unintuitive joystick nub is just the start (and covered by other reviewers). Don't expect to reliably use this monitor with multiple inputs. Unless both inputs/machines are outputting a video signal, it will instantly swap back to the active signal. Example- currently on machine 1. Machine 2 is asleep. If I don't wake machine 2 up BEFORE switching inputs, it will instantly switch back to input 1. Or, if I am trying to boot machine 2 (say I want to get to the bios) I need to boot it, mash the DEL key, then switch inputs and HOPE I did it in time to get a video signal, otherwise it will switch back to input 1. Monoprice- IF I MANUALLY SWITCH INPUTS, I DONT WANT THE MONITOR TO CHANGE BACK TO THE OTHER INPUT ON ME, EVEN IF IT IS NOT CURRENTLY OUTPUTTING A VIDEO SIGNAL! Additionally, if you change settings for color, etc.. it will save your changes... sometimes. Other times it disregards those settings as soon as the input changes or the monitor is turned off. Finally, sometimes the monitor will just go black on me while using it, the power LED turns red, and the monitor can not be switched back on until I unplug it. These terrible firmware issues were present on both my RMAd monitor and the replacement.
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The reviews on this one is all over the place. Holding off myself to see some of the 2020 options.
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"List" $675 LOL
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Looking for a decent 4K monitor deal. Any recommendations? Would be nice if adjustable stand
This is the only sub $400 monitor I found that are 32" 4k IPS. I searched previous deals and couldn't find anything better either. If you don't want 4k you can probably get a 2k resolution ultra-wide 32" for cheaper.
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LG 43-50" tvs, which are IPS, go for around this price as well during sales.
Unless those TVs have HDMI 2.1 or DP, they will not support 10-bit color / 4:4:4 / 60Hz @ 4K.
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Just read this review from monoprice. can any current user confirm/comment?
I have two of these to pair with my Qnix HD3216R. They are quite nice. Tho, surround gaming is a bit much.

Some back-light bleeding, but that is to be expected for IPS. The colors are rich and, via DP, support 10-bit color / 4:4:4 / 60Hz @ 4K.

I play DooM (2016) and do not sense any lag, but am not a competitive gamer.

HDR/WCG gaming is a bit off, as colors look very washed out.

The only annoyance is they will go black every once in a while and come back, like they lose sync with the computer for an instance. The effect is like the monitors going to sleep, then coming back.
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I bit on two, fingers crossed. As people mentioned, the reviews are all over the place. Don't take my word for it, but according to the website they can be returned in store at Walmart (which is where I bought them, I don't have a redcard).
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Unless those TVs have HDMI 2.1 or DP, they will not support 10-bit color / 4:4:4 / 60Hz @ 4K.
you don't need 10bit for pc use, consumer apps don't work at 10 bit.

Photoshop even doesn't need 10bit because it has an internal color engine which does dithering.

Only people who don't know what 10bit does complain about not having it, because not only is it not necessary, it's not even widely functional, EVEN on $5000 LG Oleds, the 10bit is finicky.
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I had two 25" dell 2k monitors side by side but had to give them up. You think two 32" 4K side to side will be insane/awkward for a pc? Or better to just have one and divide up the windows with some app?
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I had two 25" dell 2k monitors side by side but had to give them up. You think two 32" 4K side to side will be insane/awkward for a pc? Or better to just have one and divide up the windows with some app?
Definitely not insane/awkward. If you've got the space, go for it. I'll have 3 4k displays when mine get in.
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