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Sam's Club Members: 32" LG 32UK50T 4K UHD 60Hz 4ms FreeSync VA Monitor $299.96

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Sam's Club [samsclub.com] offers its Members: 32" LG 32UK50T 4K UHD 60Hz 4ms FreeSync VA Monitor on sale for $299.96. Shipping is free for Plus Members, otherwise shipping cost varies by location.

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Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K Ultra HD)
Refresh Rate: 60Hz
Response Time: 4ms (GtG at Faster)
Viewing Angles: 178 H / 178 V
Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
Brightness: 300 cd/m²
DCI-P3 95% Wide Color Gamut
Panel Type: VA
AMD Radeon FreeSync support
Stereo speakers (2x 5W each)
VESA Mountable (100 x 100 mm)
Ports
2x HDMI
1x DisplayPort
1x Headphone Out
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Thinking about getting this and cancelling 32" from Dell until I see this monitor has fat bezel.
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I have 2 of these in the office. No complaints. Although I also have the QHD version and can't really tell a difference between the QHD and 4k in normal use FWIW.
Can you provide a bit more detail? How are they similar? how different?

27" QHD
32" 4K

I would think size is already different, real estate...
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Be careful, this model comes with a VA panel. I returned this monitor. The viewing angles are so poor and the 32'' is a large area. When I looked at the center the colors are nice. But when I looked to the corners the colors are off. Stupid. Better buy an IPS display.
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Be careful, this model comes with a VA panel. I returned this monitor. The viewing angles are so poor and the 32'' is a large area. When I looked at the center the colors are nice. But when I looked to the corners the colors are off. Stupid. Better buy an IPS display.
I don't buy that. I have a couple 32" VA monitors and a 65" VA TV, and they do not have any color shifting when viewed head on. And the black levels put IPS to shame.
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Thoughts on how much of downgrade this VA is from a typical IPS?
Why do people assume IPS is better than VA?

The core difference between the two is that IPS has better viewing angles and VA has much better contrast which means better blacks. Everything else is a toss up. IPS does not have better color. High end TV's are either OLED or VA, not IPS.

Given how awful IPS is with respect to black levels, a VA panel is going to look a lot better at night with darker content. Unless you need viewing angles, VA is the way to go.
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Why do people assume IPS is better than VA?

The core difference between the two is that IPS has better viewing angles and VA has much better contrast which means better blacks. Everything else is a toss up. IPS does not have better color. High end TV's are either OLED or VA, not IPS.

Given how awful IPS is with respect to black levels, a VA panel is going to look a lot better at night with darker content. Unless you need viewing angles, VA is the way to go.
so if im looking at black and white blue prints all day head on. Va over ips?
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I have 32 and 27 qhd. 32 looks like zoomed in version of 27" qhd, I am not getting any more real estate on 32in. I was going to get a 32in 4K to get more real estate, your reply is making me rethink now.
A 32" 4k monitor scaled at 1.25x offers 22% more screen real estate than a 27" QHD monitor and will have the same effective pixel size. If the 32" is scaled at 1.5x it will offer the same real estate as the 27", just bigger.
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I got from Sam's a month or 2 back, it calibrated to 100% srgb and 90% Adobe colorspace. I sold my 27" qhd, both my 32" qhd (hp proz and pavilion) and 34" lg ultrawide. I've very happy with it for everything from photo editing to daily work stuff. I also like the lg screen split software were you can just about many as many windows as you want.
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I recently purchased an LG 32UL500-W from Amazon that has been on SD a few times. I bought it to try out to see if I wanted a second 4k or if i wanted a 2K to be able to game a little better since 4k is tough to push and monitors capable of high refresh rate in 4k are insane still.

This monitor looks to be exactly the same as the model I purchased except it's maybe older and doesn't have HDR10 and a couple settings?
https://www.displayspecifications...c351135603

I'm really happy with it although for comparison sake, I have been using the same 24" 1920x1200 Acer predator monitors for 10+ years.

For those of you wanting productivity, 32" 4k is just big enough to have 4 spreadsheets open on the same page and be able to read if you still have good eyes. It's also nice to be able to have a really wide or really tall spreadsheet. I do too much complicated work though and trying to use a 24" and a 32" isn't good enough so I'm looking to get a second 32" afterall. Gaming hasn't been bad as you can just reduce your resolution in most games and it seems to look fine. I don't have enough time to game to really be competitive at FPS anymore and need higher refresh rates anyways.
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so if im looking at black and white blue prints all day head on. Va over ips?
Ironically just the opposite. This is where VA vs. IPS matters least. The better contrast in VA is best used for images/video with great depth of color and shade. Movies, especially HDR, VA wins no contest (in general, obviously there are super high end pro IPS displays that would be the pants off of bargain bin VA). For gaming, it's more dependent on how the individual monitor handles motion, as a fast gtg response doesn't reveal stuff like ghosting, but IPS tends to edge out VA.

For CAD/Revit/etc work I would suggest screen realestate >>> practically any other metric for displays. You have no need to see a 0.001 cd/m^2 level black on a sheet. Sheets are made to be easily readable, and not require things like perfect contrast or even color.
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I don't buy that. I have a couple 32" VA monitors and a 65" VA TV, and they do not have any color shifting when viewed head on. And the black levels put IPS to shame.
Dude, did you READ what he said???

"When I looked at the center the colors are nice. But when I looked to the corners the colors are off."

Why are you disagreeing and saying the same thing?
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Ironically just the opposite. This is where VA vs. IPS matters least. The better contrast in VA is best used for images/video with great depth of color and shade. Movies, especially HDR, VA wins no contest (in general, obviously there are super high end pro IPS displays that would be the pants off of bargain bin VA). For gaming, it's more dependent on how the individual monitor handles motion, as a fast gtg response doesn't reveal stuff like ghosting, but IPS tends to edge out VA.

For CAD/Revit/etc work I would suggest screen realestate >>> practically any other metric for displays. You have no need to see a 0.001 cd/m^2 level black on a sheet. Sheets are made to be easily readable, and not require things like perfect contrast or even color.
thank you I agree resolution is the big selling point, I just want to know which will be easiest on me eyes all day.
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Dude, did you READ what he said???

"When I looked at the center the colors are nice. But when I looked to the corners the colors are off."

Why are you disagreeing and saying the same thing?
Did you read what I said? I said the colors are good on the entire screen when viewed head on.
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thank you I agree resolution is the big selling point, I just want to know which will be easiest on me eyes all day.
Ah, I see.Honestly about the same. I've worked in two rather large A&E firms now (I'm on the E side) and both had IPS and VA displays and I didn't really notice less or more eyestrain on either.

I will say though that IPS was sometimes more useful simply due to having to show someone next to/behind me something, and that person will definitely be way off center.
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How do I connect a webcam to this monitor without a USB port?


I want to attach wired keyboard and webcam through an usb
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