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GameStop offers their PowerUp Rewards Pro members (details): 32" Samsung M5 1080p Smart Monitor / Streaming TV (LS32AM500NNXZA) on sale for $139.99 (must be logged in, price shown in cart). Shipping is free or select free store pickup where stock permits.

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About this offer:
  • Must be a GameStop PowerUp Rewards Pro member in order to qualify for this offer:
    • Digital Membership w/ Access to Digital Game Informer Magazine $9.99
    • Membership w/ Access to Physical Digital Game Informer Magazine $14.99
      • Note, be sure to click on the 'Go Pro Now' link and add to cart. $5 Discount will be reflected in cart.
  • Rewards Pro Benefits:
    • A one-time $10 GameStop Welcome Reward
    • $5 Monthly Reward Certificate ($60 total annually)
      • Issued on the 1st of every month and expires on the final day of the month it is issued (does not rollover into subsequent month).
    • 20 Rewards Points earned on each dollar spent
    • 10% extra trade credit on games, accessories & tech
    • Pro-only access to exclusive offers and events
    • 12-Month GameInformer Magazine Subscription (digital or physical)
  • At time of sign-up, you will be automatically enrolled in auto-renew (manage here).
About this product:
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (Full HD)
  • Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
  • Response Time: 8ms
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H/178° V
  • Brightness: 200cd/m2
  • Panel Type: VA
  • HDR10 support
  • VESA (mountable): 100 x 100 mm
  • 802.11ac WiFi / Bluetooth 4.2 (w/ audio support)
  • 2x 5-watt built-in speakers (stereo)
  • Features: Wireless Samsung DeX support (for use w/ compatible Samsung smartphone/tablet), Apple AirPlay 2 support
  • Samsung Tizen OS w/ built-in entertainment apps, such as Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Hulu, VUDU, Apple TV, HBO Max & much more.
  • Built-in Microsoft Office 365 / Cloud suite
  • Remote control (model TM1950A)
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x USB 2.0 Type A

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Specs honestly aren't great. If someone is really considering this, they should at the very least go with the $180 4K model.

I'd suggest doing some research though, as both displays don't mention their response time, and only offer a 60Hz display. For PC gaming I would recommend 100Hz or more.
32" is a bit big for 1080p when you're sitting that close to it. Text can be a bit of an eye strain. Anything 27" and up, you're better off with 1440p, preferably 90hz or higher for gaming.
All the haters wanting higher resolutions than 1080p… There you go. So stop whining.

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Have the 27 in the bedroom and love it. We also have samsung flagship phones so wireless dex with Bluetooth input devices is great.
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Quote from Miked443 :
This not having 4K is a hard pass for me
https://www.gamestop.com/pc-gamin...&rrec=true same promo, 4K Samsung for $180. Can't speak on the quality as I don't own or know anything about these monitors.

This 24 inch with webcam is $130, for anyone else looking for monitors in this promo: https://www.gamestop.com/pc-gamin...17354.html
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Specs honestly aren't great. If someone is really considering this, they should at the very least go with the $180 4K model.

I'd suggest doing some research though, as both displays don't mention their response time, and only offer a 60Hz display. For PC gaming I would recommend 100Hz or more.
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Better experience than flagship apple iPhones with Apple TV 4K?
Really couldn't say, as I don't have the experience with them. I didn't think that IOS had a desktop mode though.
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1090p? uhhhh….
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Quote from JeRRyCuRLz :
1090p? uhhhh….
All the haters wanting higher resolutions than 1080p… There you go. So stop whining.
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F*ck that 1080 crap... 1090 rules!
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The first photo above of the monitor to me makes it look like it might support picture-by-picture (PBP). According to the Q&A on Amazon about it, it supports neither PBP nor PIP. In case anyone else was wondering.

https://www.amazon.com/SAMSUNG-27...X0DER&th=1
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32" is a bit big for 1080p when you're sitting that close to it. Text can be a bit of an eye strain. Anything 27" and up, you're better off with 1440p, preferably 90hz or higher for gaming.
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I have this "monitor" but honestly use it solely as a TV for the guest rooms. It works great IMO. It's responsive and doesn't freeze up like some other budget TV's. Might not be the best monitor for up close, but it is very manageable if you're not playing fps games.
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