Philips 328B6QJEB/75 32" 2K Monitor
This monitor is more business grade than Gaming. It does 5 ms gray to gray, which seems OK for an IPS screen.
I am using it for home use, for very basic application use and the selection of cheaper 1920 x 1080 monitors is greater and for a lower cost point under and around $330.
This unit is 2 K resolution, half way between the other and 4K resolution's for a reasonable cost and comes with a full selection of input. HDMI, DP, VGA DVI-D. Not many have all 4 today.
What's the benefit of 32 " screen size ?
You get a bigger screen with more...
This monitor has a nice lg display panel IPS accurate + vibrant colours was nice for bothering movies and games and great value as most Philips products have been for me unfortunately my kids broke mine so I pulled the panel out and ran the part number online it but I had a look at the other components and they were nice enough and would probably have been good for a long time to come I'm now using an Acer predictor Ultra wide and to be honest I miss my old monitor
Good monitor for business use
I got this monitor to extend my desktop to 3 monitors - Laptop, Dell 27" and Philips 32". I was looking at the Philips 328P6AUBREB for around $600 but then found this 328B6QJEB for around $450. I don't need the USB-C or HDR features, so went for the cheaper option. It is a great option for business use. The 2560X1440 resolution suits the 32" screen (my eyesight is not perfect, so 4K would be too small). Lots of connectivity options and a very flexible stand. Picture quality is good and the auto screen uniformity feature works well. I don't play...games, so can't comment on that aspect. The only real negative for me is the touch sensitive controls. These are always rubbish on any appliance I've ever encountered and this monitor is no exception. Fortunately, you don't need to use them often (except to power off/on). Overall very pleased with the purchase.
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