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Es buen producto, lo he utilizado en películas y el efecto HDR no es el del todo bueno, depende del tipo de película en unas si ayuda bastante en otras no, la calidad de imagen es bastante buena, no te defrauda, en la cuestión de los juegos no puedo opinar ya que solamente lo utilice una sola vez con mi XBOX ONE X en 1440p y tiene excelente resolución y fluida, el modo lectura es bueno para cuando vas a estar un tiempo prolongado frente al monitor aunque cabe resaltar que si sería de gran ayuda si tuviera eye care, es el único pero que le pongo en cuestión de imagen, solo cuenta con dos puertos HMDI y un display port, si quieres un monitor que tenga USB salida de audio óptico busca otra opción.
I initially ordered a pair of 27" version because I thought that two 32" monitors side by side would take up too much space (and they do). But I returned the 27" pair and replaced it with two 32" ones. Why?
A little bit a background: I sit in front of these two monitors all day long: I code (VS), I trade (webull, coinbase), and I play BF5.
My experience with the 27" version: + DPI (sharp text and images) + brightness (especial in HDR gaming) + size (perfect side by side setup for my desk ~50") + price (best I could find at this resolution with HDR) - display area for gaming (not enough real estate for me, my previous monitor was a 43" 4K)
In the end I returned the 27" pair because I was getting tunnel vision playing my favorite game. Yep, only fault I could find.
My experience with the 32" version: + price (best I could find at this resolution with HDR) + brightness (especial in HDR gaming) + size: much better for gaming; no more tunnel vision; plus, text is much easier to read from a distance (see my final thoughts) - DPI; (Naturally) There is a very noticeable difference in the sharpness of text and images as compared to the 27" version (same resolution & larger size=less DPI). However, now that I've been using them for a few days, the difference is becoming less and less noticeable. - They take up more (horizontal) space on my desktop; I had to slide my desk a few inches to make room for them
Final thoughts: I would say that what really sets the two sizes a part is the DPI. I think that for sharpness 27" is ideal at 1440p and 32" at 2160p (but this one will cost you $100 extra https://amzn.to/3tBzK11). However, if you sit far away from the monitor like I do (30-40"), you might have to enlarge your OS text size while using the 27".
I can't really comment on the OEM stands monitors as I used a VESA desk mount for both setups (https://amzn.to/3vKgv7g).
I hope you will find this review helpful; I am happy follow up if you have any questions.
Very impressed for the price. The screens are so bright that I don't use them at full brightness, like I do most other screens. They are obviously large. I use 2 side by side connected to my laptop. I use them for work, a lot of windows and applications open. The definition is much better than regular HD even with 27" HD, which is what i moved from. My only complaint is that the screens wiggle a bit, not a lot of wiggle, but it is constant. The stands are plenty stable. However. they only connect to the screens at one point. A large monitor should have two spread out connection points to the stand so it doesn't wiggle. I will have to put some kind of support so they don't wiggle. (My table is extremely stable, and 27" screens didn't wiggle). For the price, this does not remove any stars. If they were expensive, I wouldn't tolerate it.
Good: Excellent color, and image quality right out of the box. Adaptive refresh range of 48-75hz. External power supply. I really like LG monitors, this is the 3rd I’ve purchased and they’ve all met my expectations very well. 32” 1440p 16:9 is “the sweet spot” for my middle aged eyes. I also have a 34” ultrawide that is 1440p, and things are just too small on it for me without increasing display scaling to 125%. This monitor, at 32” and 16:9 things are a little larger, and there’s a LOT more vertical space since I don’t need to increase display scaling. Cons: I really wish they made 32” QHD (1440p 16:9) 144hz curved monitors that are IPS. All of them are VA, exhibit weird ghosting, and just don’t have nearly the image quality as IPS. This is not this monitor’s fault, in fact this monitor is 100 bucks less and is actually better on all other accounts. I’ve grown used to “the curve” so going back to a flat monitor will take some time for my brain to re-adjust so things don’t look convex.
Very happy I went with this monitor over the 144hz choices in this size/aspect.
I got this mostly as a gift, but i would definitely buy one outright. It has amazing clarity and color and has more brightness than it needs and you can see it from almost sideways if viewing angle is important.
I thought i would have trouble reading text at 2k on a 32" screen, moving from a 720p 26" screen but though smaller, the text is much sharper and clearer, so i did not have to scale text up at all.
Movies look great on it, games work great on it, seems to have no input latency issues. I did have to speed my mouse up, more ground to cross.
response time is really good at 75hz If windows defaults it to 60Hz, change it to 75, that is where the monitor is designed to run it's best.
The HDR color is great, windows 10 is a bit stupid about HDR and the desktop, but the monitor itself is great, i turn it on for apps that can use HDR and 10bit color and they look amazing.
Took me a minute to find the little joystick control You definitely wont bump it on accident. Once you get used to it though, it is very easy to operate with it.
Some people seemed upset that though it comes with out speakers, and it is not advertised as having them either, that it does provide a headphone or speaker preamp.
I thought that was kind of a nice feature, though i do not use it.
I had the 32 inch version of this monitor. I wanted a 2 monitor set up and i got this 27 inch monitor due to I did not think I had room for 2 32" monitors. Both of these monitors work great. I tried the 27 out and the 1st thing I notices is these LG monitors have Great color. I never realized how washed out of color my old 27 Septre monitor was until I got these LGs. Orange is really Orange. Purple is really purple. 2k verses 1k helps also. In order for me to use this monitor on the setup I have I need a longer display cable that did come with the units. .