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Acer ED322QR 31.5 Inch (80.01 cm) Full HD Curved VA Backlit LED Monitor

Acer ED322QR 31.5 Inch (80.01 cm) Full HD Curved VA Backlit LED Monitor

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Deal Price Rs.17499

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Effective Price Rs.15499

About this item
Exceptional Full HD 1800R Curve Display I 250 Nits Brightness I 178 degree wide viewing angles I Zero Frame Design for seamless visual enjoyment
144Hz Blazing Fast Refresh Rate I 4MS Response Time I AMD Free Sync Technology For smooth gameplay with decreased lag and no tearing
Connectivity Options Includes 2 x HDMI 1 x DP ports with Inbox HDMI Cable I Integrated 3W x 2 Stereo Speakers I Audio Out
Eye Care with Bluelightshield reduces the exposure of blue light, Flickerless helps to eliminate screen flickering , Comfyview limits reflections from ambient light sources
ED322QR brings curve immersive experience with smooth visual to your home entertaining. Beside, the frameless design provide the uninterrupted views through wide and curved screen is the best choice to watch movie and light gaming.

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32 inch Full HD monitor is not good value. Not worth buying.

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shrey2652 wrote:

32 inch Full HD monitor is not good value. Not worth buying.

Then what’s good value? Let me know, as I need to buy a ~32" monitor. Also, let me know, which one, curved or flat one will be better?
I’ll be using with my Laptop PC.

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go for it , good price

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You can buy android tv and use as monitor also..

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is full hd okay for coding on 32 inch monitor?

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32 inch FHD will look like pixelated screen from 2010

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max 24inch for FHD, or higher resolution

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Buy only WQHD od above. HD in 31.5 inch monitor will look very pixeleted and big.

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noobDealer wrote:

32 inch FHD will look like pixelated screen from 2010

why will it be pixelated? if the resolution is 1920×1080 it should look fine.
Source: Using 43’ MI tv as monitor

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UniqueDimer wrote:

Then what’s good value? Let me know, as I need to buy a ~32" monitor. Also, let me know, which one, curved or flat one will be better?
I’ll be using with my Laptop PC.

Check LG Ultragear 32". Will cost around 21-22K

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Any 32’ 2k or 4k TV that we can use as monitor? primary usage is Browsing/Google sheets so text clarity is very important factor.

I can only find 40’ TV’s in 4k resolution which will be too big to be used as monitor sitting really close to it. Currently using 27’ 1080p Monitor for 4yrs and its still going strong.

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kartikoli wrote:

Any 32’ 2k or 4k TV that we can use as monitor? primary usage is Browsing/Google sheets so text clarity is very important factor.

I can only find 40’ TV’s in 4k resolution which will be too big to be used as monitor sitting really close to it. Currently using 27’ 1080p Monitor for 4yrs and its still going strong.

Check if some 40 inch 4K led tv would allow to reduce screen size .. like picture in picture mode ?
Effectively it will give 32 inch feel

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mannav wrote:

Check if some 40 inch 4K led tv would allow to reduce screen size .. like picture in picture mode ?
Effectively it will give 32 inch feel

thats not a good solution changing resolution will not give sharp results what if I go with 40’ TV are there any good deals to consider?

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