LG 32MA68HY-P 32-Inch IPS Monitor with Display Port and HDMI Inputs

June 1, 2017 - Comment

The LG 32MA68HY-P is the affordable high-performance monitor professionals have been waiting for. The 32-inch Class screen (31.5″ measured diagonally) provides 75% more Viewable area compared to a 24-Inch monitor. The full HD clarity and true Color reproduction of the 16:9 IPS panel enhance every project, even when viewed off-angle. The easy-to-use on-screen control enables

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(as of June 26, 2017 9:16 am EDT - Details)

The LG 32MA68HY-P is the affordable high-performance monitor professionals have been waiting for. The 32-inch Class screen (31.5″ measured diagonally) provides 75% more Viewable area compared to a 24-Inch monitor. The full HD clarity and true Color reproduction of the 16:9 IPS panel enhance every project, even when viewed off-angle. The easy-to-use on-screen control enables quick optimization of monitor settings for the job at hand, while reader mode lessens eye fatigue and allows more comfortable viewing during extended work sessions. Screen split 2.0 is a multi-tasking Wizard, displaying as many as four different Windows at a time in 14 possible configurations for maximum productivity. The refined arc line design looks great in any office setting, and the wealth of input options meets virtually any peripheral demand.Pixel Pitch (mm):0.36375 x 0.36375

Product Features

  • 32 inch full HD IPS monitor
  • Inputs: Display port, HDMI, d-sub, USB 2.0 (2), and USB 2.0 up
  • On-Screen control of monitor settings
  • Screen Split 2.0 for multi-tasking
  • Vesa-compatible for wall mounting,Surface Treatment :Semi-Glare, 3H
  • Refer user guide below.

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

A Very Good Monitor for the Price I had been looking for a 32 inch monitor for quite some time but I’ve been held back by the price point. Most of the 32 inch monitors that seemed decent quality started at $400/500 and up. When I saw this monitor show up on an Amazon search about a month ago I was very interested; however, this is a new product and there were no reviews on it so I was somewhat hesitant to purchase it. Nevertheless, I looked at reviews on other LG monitors and felt confident enough to get it. This monitor is connected to my 17inch MacBook Pro in a home office/study. It replaced two smaller Dell monitors that were positioned side-by-side. I use the monitor mostly for academic work, in other words I do a lot of reading, research, and writing, therefore, I was looking for a monitor that would give me sharp text. This LG monitor has some special settings for reader’s mode but I didn’t find them very appealing; Nevertheless, I found a setting that I found satisfactory. Overall I’m satisfied with the quality…

DavTutArt says:

Excellent if you know what you’re buying and why Like some I was concerned that the monitor would be too fuzzy stretching 1920×1080 over 32 inches, even with just office apps and email as the primary use. No need to worry. The two LG 32″ers are on the right in the photo in portrait mode and I only use them for surfing and office apps. The Dell on the far left is my digital photo editing monitor and cost 3 times what one of these LG’s cost. I put my photos on that monitor and use the others to open Photoshop, brushes, etc. It’s on a swing arm so I can spin it into landscape mode when needed. 

Christopher D. says:

VESA 200×100 / Power Brick / Gloss (aka reflective) Screen I bought this as a third screen to complement two older LG Flatron IPS231s, which I love. I’m a little disappointed with the new monitor. It’s a great value but I would have paid more to not have these issues: 

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