LG 32UK550-B 32in 4K UHD VA LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS

MX77695 32UK550-B 32in 4K UHD VA LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS
MX77695 32UK550-B 32in 4K UHD VA LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS MX77695 32UK550-B 32in 4K UHD VA LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS MX77695 32UK550-B 32in 4K UHD VA LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS MX77695 32UK550-B 32in 4K UHD VA LED LCD w/ FreeSync, HAS

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Average Rating: 4.0 / 5 With 2 Customer Reviews

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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
By: B
From: Calgary

It’s good

Strengths:

Clear quality for gaming High refresh rate Easy to set up and program for gaming

Weaknesses:

Apparently it’s not great if you’re a photographer?

Additional Comments:

It’s a good monitor. Larger screen for gaming and really good quality on top of that. I don’t have any complaints about this computer at all. Would buy again. For gaming.
Monday, November 04, 2019
By: Maxim
From: Calgary

Rotated TN

Strengths:

Price Size Resolution

Weaknesses:

Crazy light bleeding Non-uniform brightness Mount doesn't have enough adjustments

Additional Comments:

I was thinking that this VA panel would be suitable for photo / video editing (I had a PVA monitor before), but it is not. It actually resembles a TN-panel rotated 90 degrees: brightness and colors do not change a lot when you move up-down, but they change significantly when you move left-right (and given the screen size, that's a huge problem as you have to look sideways, especially for photo / video editing). I need to mention a huge light bleeding (can be also partially caused be the first issue, not sure): darker uniform fill of the screen looks like a gradient from light to dark to light (30% - 40% - 30%). Also, I would say that 4k is not enough for 32 inches... grain is visible. So, returned to ME.
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