Samsung U32J590UQR – UJ59 Series – LED monitor – 32″ (31.5″ viewable) – 3840 x 2160 4K @ 60 Hz – VA – 270 cd/m² – 3000:1 – 4 ms – 2xHDMI, DisplayPort – dark grey/blue

£250.00

  • 32 inch 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 Resolution Gaming Monitor provides stunning images with incredible lifelike details
  • AMD Freesync synchronizes the refresh rate of your graphics card and monitor to reduce image tear and stutter
  • Incredible 1 Billion Colours delivers detailed, natural looking and extremely realistic images
  • Connect multiple devices with HDMI and Displayport
  • Minimize eye strain during long working hours or gaming sessions with Flicker free and eye saver mode reducing blue light emissions
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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by Anne A.

    Great monitor for general productivity and surfing the net, but it isn’t ideal for gaming due to the low refresh rate (50MHz) and underwhelming brightness.

    The included Game Mode is supposed to make darker colours stand out, but I didn’t notice much difference, to be honest. Build quality is also very good for a Samsung monitor.

  2. 08

    by D. Henretty

    I have two of these on an adjustable stand and love them.

    The picture quality is superb and they support both DisplayPort and 2 x HDMI inputs. Brightness could be better, but it is good enough for my needs.

    My main disappointment is the lack of audio support which means I can’t easily use them with an Amazon 4K FireStick. I know I could setup a Bluetooth speaker for audio, but it would be nice not to have to.

    The controls (particularly for powering off) are also far more awkward than they should be, and I don’t feel that having a blue LED on when the monitor is off is exactly intuitive or particularly environmentally friendly.

  3. 08

    by 1a

    IT was ok but bit big for me

  4. 08

    by Mark D.

    I bought two of these to replace a somewhat crowded desktop. My setup is a desktop and a laptop, the latter connected to two fullHD 24” monitors and the former connected to two 28” QHD monitors. Desk space is quite cluttered. I’ve tried a large 43” 4K TV in recent times and although the image is sharp, the screen is too large for me.

    I researched a few 4k 32” monitors and come down to this one and the Samsung M70 all in one monitor. Selected this as my use case is programming and data analysis and don’t intend to use for TV/Netflix etc. Monitors are easy to set up and work with existing windows 10 settings out of the box. Decent image and easy to work with. Bit of light bleed on darker backgrounds but not a problem for me.

    I’m pleased with my purchase and they are. Great balance between between screen size and image resolution.

  5. 08

    by Tom, Edinburgh

    Previously I had an AOC monitor with the same screen size and half the resolution. The AOC one was a nuisance when gaming, it seemed to lose sync resulting in the screen going completely black from time to time which was super annoying. This one works fine. With my eyesight I’d need a larger physical screen size to get any benefit from the high resolution on this but it is a nice crisp screen and well worth the money.

    The controls on this are a little thumbstick type thing on the back not the usual line of switches under the screen. It looks like a normal pushbutton power switch and I had to read the documentation (pretty unusual behaviour for me) to figure it out.

  6. 08

    by WD

    Pros:
    -Cheap for a 4k Display,
    -Great for productivity, work. the extra pixels mean even tiny text is easier to read so you can fit a lot more on the screen. The screen is a nice matt with soft colours which doesn’t really lend itself to games or photo/video editing but again – great for work and casual website browsing.

    Cons:
    -NOT for gaming. I don’t understand why anyone tries to market a 60hz monitor for gaming. Stop.
    -big frame bezels, I get the feeling they add these in just to make the product feel cheaper so you fork out money for their more premium options.
    -Source switching is not good. It starts cycling between them and goes into stand by after just 2-3 seconds? Nothing more frustrating than trying to connect your screen up and instead it keeps turning itself off. I’m especially confused by the fact another samsung monitor I have has this worked out perfectly well. Don’t buy this if you expect to plug it up to more than 1 device.

  7. 08

    by William J. Fox

    Excellent for gaming, good price, and also excellent for productivity. The only minus is that the power supply, while small, is not built into the case.

  8. 08

    by davef

    So far very happy with it. The picture quality is excellent, it has a VA panel with good colour reproduction and deep contract/black levels. There is mild colour change when viewing off angle, but overall the viewing angles are decent and above a TN panel (but not as good as PLS or IPS). 32inch is only just big enough to really enough 4k desktop resolution. Ideally I think you need 34″ to run it without scaling – where I sit around 1m away I use 125% in Windows to see icons and text clearly @ full resolution. Inputs are OK also, with 2 x HDMI and 1 x DP. The main downside is the stand which I already knew about (no 90 deg rotation for vertical mode etc). It’s probably the best entry level 4k monitor out there, I would buy it again for a similar price.

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Samsung U32J590UQR - UJ59 Series - LED monitor - 32" (31.5" viewable) - 3840 x 2160 4K @ 60 Hz - VA - 270 cd/m² - 3000:1 - 4 ms - 2xHDMI, DisplayPort - dark grey/blue

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