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32" LG 32UK550-B 4K UHD 60Hz 4ms FreeSync VA Monitor EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has 32" LG 32UK550-B 4K Ultra HD FreeSync VA Monitor on sale for $349. Shipping is free. Thanks RobotsRock

Adorama also has 32" LG 32UK550-B 4K Ultra HD FreeSync VA Monitor on sale for $346.99. Shipping is free.

Note, temporarily on backorder from Adorama. Expected to ship within 7-14 days from BH Photo Video.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m²
  • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178º H / 178º V
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Wide Color Gamut (DCI-P3 95%) | HDR10
  • AMD FreeSync Support
  • Height and Tilt Adjustable Stand
  • Ports
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort v1.2
    • 1x Headphone Port
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The previous frontpage deal is back at $349 + tax at BH Photo Video
Expires July 5 at 11:59 PM Eastern

BH Photo Video has 32" LG 32UK550-B 4K Ultra HD FreeSync VA Monitor on sale for $349 + Free Shipping

QA Update: Expected availability: 7-14 business days

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...k_uhd.html

This is the best deal I've found lately for a 32" 4K monitor with a Height Adjustable Stand.

Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
Refresh Rate: 60Hz
Response Time: 4ms
Brightness: 300 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
Viewing Angles: 178º H / 178º V
Panel Type: VA
Wide Color Gamut (DCI-P3 95%) | HDR10
AMD FreeSync support
Height and Tilt Adjustable Stand
Ports
2x HDMI
1x DisplayPort
1x Headphone Port
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Good deal for this monitor. Been looking at the 32ul950 but haven't seen that on sale for some time. I don't have a need for thunderbolt since I have a dock but the color accuracy, true HDR and IPS panel are hard to pass up. Granted you can get almost four of these for the same price
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My first LG product died about 6 weeks after the warranty expired. My second malfunctioned during the warranty period, and LG gave me endless runaround honoring it until I gave up. Never again.
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Caveat - there are very few 4k monitors in 32 inch form factor. There are multiple, viable 4k high refresh rate monitors in 27 inch form factor.

There must be a hitch in the manufacturing process because the trends baffle me. There are tons of 27/28 inch offerings but then most jump to 40+ inches. To me, a vesa mountable 32-36 inch 4k monitor would be perfect, but there's only a handful in this size (this one isn't vesa mountable!).

27/28 is basically best for super crisp scaling to effectively around 1080p screen real estate. 40+ inches is too big in opinion and that's actually what I'm using right now (4k TV actually).

I would love industry insight as to why the 4k monitor market is like this. Would 32 inch variants be less popular than I think?
I've been wondering the same. While 1440p 144hz at 27" is the sweet spot right now, 32" 4k 144 seems like the natural progression.
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It is impossible to do 100% text at 32" right?
Depends on your eyesight. You can think of it being approximately the same as 100% 1080p on a 15.6" laptop.
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I mentioned on the Costco thread for it but I noticed that my local Sams club had
LG 32UK50T in stock at 299.99

2621 S Market St, Gilbert, AZ 85295

You won't find it mentioned on sams club site or app. Perhaps other Sams club B and M may have?
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You're kidding yourself if you think 4k gaming is a "thing". You obviously don't game especially "competitively". Be sure to look up what 4k modes competitive players are using.
lol. yet there are many articles comparing gpus for gaming with 4k resolution and people have already said on here countless times that some games work well with the best settings and in 4k. So if it's "not a thing" then a lot of people are lying about playing games in 4k.
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I've been eyeing a 4K in the 32" size range for work, but have always stuck with IPS, I haven't seen much for sale in that combo and am wondering if I'd be disappointed in buying this VA instead?
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I've been eyeing a 4K in the 32" size range for work, but have always stuck with IPS, I haven't seen much for sale in that combo and am wondering if I'd be disappointed in buying this VA instead?
I'm wondering the same thing, IPS vs VA. I've always used IPS.
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This satire as well? Gamers competitively don't game in 4k, they're using 1080p or 1440p for high frame rates.
Right I literally only use my monitor for competitive gaming and don't also want to also consume 4K content with it /s
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I just got a job that requires me to be looking at multiple documents at the same time. I'm using a three monitor setup including the laptop screen and a small asus usb monitor. It's not a great setup. Would this be good monitor for office type work or what should I be looking for? The third monitor is a 26.5 inch 1080p.
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Been following monitors for a few months now.. have there ever been any 32in 4k ips panels on sale? They seem super rare. This comes the closest except it's VA panel.
They do go on sale occasionally but I don't think they approach this price. Good 4K 32" ips panels are hard to find at competitive prices. I've seen some get close but reading reviews on those monitors, they are only good for text or graphic design, not even casual gaming which explains the price. I do want some basic gaming capability.
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Just ordered a new system with 2080 super, and 10700K would 60fps be a deal killer for me?
Don't get this. Wait a month for a 4K high refresh rate monitor. A lot of games will reach more than 60FPS.
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I've been eyeing a 4K in the 32" size range for work, but have always stuck with IPS, I haven't seen much for sale in that combo and am wondering if I'd be disappointed in buying this VA instead?
VA has better contrast and IPS has better color. For work or viewing/browsing content, I would go with IPS. For gaming, VA has the edge for games (esp. darker games).
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Does NOBODY sell a 27/28 inch VA one? I think 32 will be too big because I have to get right up at a monitor, regardless of size, due to a vision issue. So then I'd be moving my head all over the place to read some of the screen.

Also I assume b&h won't let you return it? I know they don't let you return tvs.
No you won't have to move your head around, 32'' is not that big. Sure it will be an adjustment if you move from a 20-24'' to a 32'' but you will find that is more than enough. I upgraded from an 27'' AOC to the 32" from a previous thread and there is noticeable difference in image quality especially in gaming but i don't use any of the advanced features it offers, PS4 maxes out at 60htz and my work laptop is well just for work. But it does give me more room for working with hundreds of rows of columns in excel. We are also talking about a viewing distance of 2-3 feet away. If your vision is bad enough that you are trying to view from a distance of inches from the screen, than anything over 20'' will be too large for you. But you already know that.
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