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32" Samsung Class QN32Q50 4K UHD QLED Smart TV (2019) EXPIRED

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Walmart  has 32" Samsung Class QN32Q50 4K UHD QLED Smart TV (2019) (QN32Q50RAFXZA) on sale for $354.92. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160
  • Picture Processor: UHD Quad-Core Processor
  • Refresh Rate: 120 Hz Motion Rate
  • HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR 10+, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Smart Platform: Tizen
  • VESA 100x100
  • Ports
    • 3x HDMI ports
    • 1x Ethernet port
    • 2x USB Ports (v 2.0)
    • 1x Digital Audio Output (Optical)
    • 1x Composite Input (AV)

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The lowest price I've ever seen for this TV from a reputable seller.

This is one of the very few (if not the only) 32 inch 4K UHD TVs on the market. I use two of these as monitors connected to a single desktop - both at 4K / 60p (4:4:4). Text looks sharp and the colors are very vibrant this being a QLED.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/SAMSUN.../689218386

Amazon price matched: https://www.amazon.com/SAMSUNG-QN...B07W5QYD2K - expired
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I'd go with a computer monitor over a TV if you plan to spend a lot of time in front of it working. I tried a Samsung TV before and my Dell 4k screen is so much better for work.
Each to their own - I actually sold my 4k Dell monitors and moved to these, because these simply look so much better! I bought one back in March and bought another on Black Friday (at $400).

The caveat is that TVs usually only have HDMI ports (so does this); so you need to make sure that both your computer and the HDMI cable that you are using support 4k at 60p. A lot of laptop HDMI ports still don't support 4k at 60p (those below version 2).

Also, if you have a Windows 10 laptop, you can connect to the TV wirelessly (the TV becomes a wireless monitor). You can use the TV just as another monitor (extend it, use it as the main monitor, or mirror your laptop screen) and set the resolution to 4k. I normally can't tell the difference from a wired connection, although the mouse operation becomes a little quirky sometimes.
PWM flicker can cause eye strain and headaches. Computer monitors are made to minimize flicker and TVs are not. Computer monitors also have better antiglare coatings to minimize reflections and screen reflections can also lead to eye strain.

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Shipping is free from Walmart (free 2-day delivery).
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I'd go with a computer monitor over a TV if you plan to spend a lot of time in front of it working. I tried a Samsung TV before and my Dell 4k screen is so much better for work.
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Lol mostly people gonna use it as monitor rather than tv 🤣
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I'd go with a computer monitor over a TV if you plan to spend a lot of time in front of it working. I tried a Samsung TV before and my Dell 4k screen is so much better for work.
Each to their own - I actually sold my 4k Dell monitors and moved to these, because these simply look so much better! I bought one back in March and bought another on Black Friday (at $400).

The caveat is that TVs usually only have HDMI ports (so does this); so you need to make sure that both your computer and the HDMI cable that you are using support 4k at 60p. A lot of laptop HDMI ports still don't support 4k at 60p (those below version 2).

Also, if you have a Windows 10 laptop, you can connect to the TV wirelessly (the TV becomes a wireless monitor). You can use the TV just as another monitor (extend it, use it as the main monitor, or mirror your laptop screen) and set the resolution to 4k. I normally can't tell the difference from a wired connection, although the mouse operation becomes a little quirky sometimes.
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Was looking for a smaller 4K TV for TV watching & PS4 gaming. I saw this model which met my needs but ended up with a 40" Vizio from Costco for $220, so $100+ less and longer warranty.
I just wanted 4K with legs less than 30" width.
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Bought one as a Christmas gift during Black Friday for $397, good deal if you only have space for a 32".

One issue with this model is it can't do judder free 24p, not ideal if you watch a lot of cinema.
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Worth the extra $100 over the TCL 43s?
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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...-q50r-qled

Decent SDR peak brightness. Unfortunately, like most Samsung TVs that don't have a local dimming feature, dim scenes are dimmed by the TV's frame dimming feature (also known as CE dimming). This can be distracting with some content.

Can this finally be turned off in PC mode?
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Each to their own - I actually sold my 4k Dell monitors and moved to these, because these simply look so much better! I bought one back in March and bought another on Black Friday (at $400).

The caveat is that TVs usually only have HDMI ports (so does this); so you need to make sure that both your computer and the HDMI cable that you are using support 4k at 60p. A lot of laptop HDMI ports still don't support 4k at 60p (those below version 2).

Also, if you have a Windows 10 laptop, you can connect to the TV wirelessly (the TV becomes a wireless monitor). You can use the TV just as another monitor (extend it, use it as the main monitor, or mirror your laptop screen) and set the resolution to 4k. I normally can't tell the difference from a wired connection, although the mouse operation becomes a little quirky sometimes.
I think TVs as monitors are fine for a few hours use but using a TV for productivity 8-10 hours a day can be a problem. I telework all day in front of my monitor and then use it at night for personal use. That's 10 or more hours a day staring at the screen and my eyes would get tired and feel achy from using the Samsung TV. As soon as I switched to a Dell 43" 4K screen the tired eyes syndrome was gone.
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I think TVs as monitors are fine for a few hours use but using a TV for productivity 8-10 hours a day can be a problem. I telework all day in front of my monitor and then use it at night for personal use. That's 10 or more hours a day staring at the screen and my eyes would get tired and feel achy from using the Samsung TV. As soon as I switched to a Dell 43" 4K screen the tired eyes syndrome was gone.
What's the difference to your eyes between a 4k monitor and a 4k tv? Legit asking as someone who recently switched to a 4k tv as my primary work monitor
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What's the difference to your eyes between a 4k monitor and a 4k tv? Legit asking as someone who recently switched to a 4k tv as my primary work monitor
PWM flicker can cause eye strain and headaches. Computer monitors are made to minimize flicker and TVs are not. Computer monitors also have better antiglare coatings to minimize reflections and screen reflections can also lead to eye strain.
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Anyone else with a ultra wide monitor who wishes tvs were ultra wide also 🙂
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