Introduced at the end of March 2022, the LG UltraGear 32GP750-B is a gaming monitor with a generously sized 32-inch QHD IPS panel and a virtually borderless design. Currently, the $499.99 list price has dropped to $399.99 (20% off) on both Amazon and LG US websites (see link above).
Along with the 2,560 X 1,440 pixel resolution mentioned above, this gaming monitor also features a 1 ms GtG response time and a 165 Hz refresh rate. Other interesting numbers are a typical contrast ratio of 1,000:1, an sRGB 99% color gamut, VESA DisplayHDR 400, 178-degree viewing angles (from any side), and a typical brightness of 400 nits. In addition to NVIDIA G-Sync, AMD FreeSync Premium is also fully supported. The LG UltraGear 32GP750-B doesn’t have speakers, so it shouldn’t be an issue for most users. The list of connectivity options includes a pair of HDMI ports, one DP video input, and a 3.5mm headphone output jack.
On Amazon, the LG UltraGear 32GP750-B shares 708 user reviews with its sibling, the 32GP850-B model. It currently has a score of 4.6/5 with 77% perfect reviews and 13% 4/5 star ratings. The breakdown by features focuses on brightness and gaming performance, as well as screen quality, with all three scoring 4.5/5. Two other attributes evaluated were image quality (4.4) and value for money (4.2).
The LG UltraGear 32GP750-B comes with a 1 year limited warranty on parts and workmanship and comes with HDMI and DP cables. If you buy from LG US, you can take advantage of his 4-time interest-free payment plan for US$99.99 offered by Klarna.
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