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32" LG 32UL500-W 4K 60Hz 4ms FreeSync VA Monitor (Silver/White) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 32" LG 32UL500-W 4K 60Hz 4ms FreeSync VA Monitor (Silver/White) for $296.99. Shipping is free.

Note, in stock on April 15, 2021

Best Buy has 32" LG 32UL500-W 4K 60Hz 4ms FreeSync VA Monitor (Silver/White) for $299.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • HDR10
  • Display Type: VA
  • Response Time: 4ms (GtG at Faster)
  • Brightness:300cd/m²
  • Viewing Angle: 178˚(R/L), 178˚(U/D)
  • Vesa: 100 x 100 mm
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Display Port

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LG 32UL500-W 32 Inch UHD (3840 x 2160) VA Display with AMD FreeSync, DCI-P3 95% Color Gamut and HDR 10 Compatibility. FREE SHIPPING w/ Amazon Prime. $296.99.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...20&ie=UTF8 - in stock April 6th 8th 15th, 2021

Best Buy has it for $299. Other vendors also have it at about the same price, but not in stock.
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/lg-3...lsrc=aw.ds

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About this item
  • 32 Inch UHD (3840 x 2160) VA Display
  • DCI-P3 95% Color Gamut
  • HDR 10 Compatible
  • AMD FreeSync Compatible
  • OnScreen Control with Screen Split
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • HDR (High Dynamic Range): Yes (HDR10)
  • Speaker: Yes
  • HDMI x 2
  • DisplayPort x 1
  • Headphone: Yes
The LG 32UL500-W is a high-performance monitor that professionals have been waiting for. The 32-inch class screen provides 75% more viewable area compared to a 24-inch monitor. The UHD (3840 x 2160) VA screen displays true DCI-P3 95% Color Gamut color reproduction. The easy-to-use On-Screen Control enables quick optimization of monitor settings for the job at hand, while Reader Mode ensures comfortable viewing for extended work sessions. Screen Split is a multi-tasking wizard, displaying as many as four different windows at a time in 14 possible configurations for maximum productivity. The refined Arcline design looks great in any desktop setting, and the wealth of input options meets virtually any demand.

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I used to say bad things about VA displays but not after I actually used a QLED one. VA's have gotten a lot better in terms of viewing angles and the color accuracy is also a benefit. I'm actually disappointed at one of my LG IPS displays which shows too much purple when it's actually supposed to hit black.
32" is too big for a VA IMO. I say that typing it on a 32" LG VA gaming monitor. Like it's not terrible or unusable but at normal computer distance but there's definitely some of that fall off at the edges because of the viewing angles. It's more noticeable in desktop use, especially browsers where it may be a lighter color, and less so in games. I would get an IPS if you're getting this size and it's in your price range.
Uhh no. Scaling doesn't effect the resolution - it just makes the UI bigger. So you may not be able to see more on your screen but it is indeed still 2x sharper than a 2k screen.

Also, things like movies or photos are still shown in full 4k native. Only the UI for the program is scaled. Scaling is wonderful and works flawlessly. The days of crappy scaling are behind us.

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How's the compare to Costco 32" couple months ago?
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Does this one support VESA mount? I want to use it as portrait monitor
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Does this one support VESA mount? I want to use it as portrait monitor
yes, 100 x 100 mm​
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32" is too big for a VA IMO. I say that typing it on a 32" LG VA gaming monitor. Like it's not terrible or unusable but at normal computer distance but there's definitely some of that fall off at the edges because of the viewing angles. It's more noticeable in desktop use, especially browsers where it may be a lighter color, and less so in games. I would get an IPS if you're getting this size and it's in your price range.
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I used to say bad things about VA displays but not after I actually used a QLED one. VA's have gotten a lot better in terms of viewing angles and the color accuracy is also a benefit. I'm actually disappointed at one of my LG IPS displays which shows too much purple when it's actually supposed to hit black.
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Freesync and 60hz. Great for... Under 60 but above what 48 fps gaming? Lol
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Honest question, what would be the reason for getting this vs the LG 43UN7300 ($309)? I know one is a TV and the other is a monitor, but it seems the actual specs are similar. Is it basically size preference?
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Freesync and 60hz. Great for... Under 60 but above what 48 fps gaming? Lol
If you really want the best Hz for less money, go buy the Sony GDM-FW900. It's a CRT by the way and 100 lbs. laugh out loud
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Would this be good for photo and video editing?? Or should I spend the extra money for a 4K ips monitor??
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Honest question, what would be the reason for getting this vs the LG 43UN7300 ($309)? I know one is a TV and the other is a monitor, but it seems the actual specs are similar. Is it basically size preference?

I've tried to use the LG tv as a monitor and the viewing angles and text were very poor. I'd recommend getting a monitor or if you're a fan of the 43" size, check out the LG or Dell 43" monitor.
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I've tried to use the LG tv as a monitor and the viewing angles and text were very poor. I'd recommend getting a monitor or if you're a fan of the 43" size, check out the LG or Dell 43" monitor.
Gotcha, thanks for your input
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