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Prime Day: LG 32QN600-B 32-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Monitor with HDR 10, AMD FreeSync with Dual HDMI Inputs, Black - $209

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32" QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Display
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Anyone know if this monitor allows for split screen to run two applications side by side on the monitor?
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Quote from DobieDoinMeLikeThat :
Anyone know if this monitor allows for split screen to run two applications side by side on the monitor?
I guess this could be achieved on any monitor with a software. I use Spectacle on a mac. I believe windows already has built in window arrangement.
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Got one,thanks OP.Seems like a good price overall for buisness use.
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Shows 249.99 now
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Quote from endrez :
Shows 249.99 now
Prime exclusive deal is still showing $209.
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Prime exclusive deal is still showing $209.
Yeah it is back now! Thanks!
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60 hz? Won't this be overkill for business or normal office purpose ?
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60 hz? Won't this be overkill for business or normal office purpose ?
Running this on 75Hz @ 2k rn (I have this monitor and just grabbed another)
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Quote from DobieDoinMeLikeThat :
Anyone know if this monitor allows for split screen to run two applications side by side on the monitor?
If your software can run in window mode than yes..... Doing what your doing is the reason I hate large monitors like this I rather get 2 23-27" monitors and set them up side by side when I am running multiple applications. That allows me to have applications running independently with no scaling issues or anything else that could happen when sharing real estate on one big monitor.

When gaming I keep my game constantly in one monitor and all my communication and recording stuff as well as general web surfing in the other.

When working all my main workload is in one monitor, email and communication in the other. I find it vastly more efficient then what I seen with people having large curved 32" monitors.
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running two of those at home, good monitor, the only problem is it only has 300 nits, but for 200 bucks you can really complain
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60 hz? Won't this be overkill for business or normal office purpose ?
Huh? 60hz is the lowest a computer monitor can go except for some weird configs where you can only have 30hz. endez said it works at 75hz too which is nice. For work/business as long as it can 60 that's fine
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If your software can run in window mode than yes..... Doing what your doing is the reason I hate large monitors like this I rather get 2 23-27" monitors and set them up side by side when I am running multiple applications. That allows me to have applications running independently with no scaling issues or anything else that could happen when sharing real estate on one big monitor.

When gaming I keep my game constantly in one monitor and all my communication and recording stuff as well as general web surfing in the other.

When working all my main workload is in one monitor, email and communication in the other. I find it vastly more efficient then what I seen with people having large curved 32" monitors.
Use Microsoft FancyZones for a software solution

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/...powertoys/
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Tempted to get two of these and run dual monitors
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Got this for $250 last year and it's been great. I remember once it went down to around $209 but didn't last long. This is a solid price!
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