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U32J590UQN
U32J590 32-Inch UHD LED-Lit Monitor
U32J590UQN 31.5SAMSUNG UHD VA HDMI X 2 DP. U32J590UQN MFR-PART#: U32J590UQN. 31.5in, UHD-4K 3840 x 2160, DP/HDMIx 2, tilt stand, 1 year warranty. Viewable Area:31.5 inches. Contrast Ratio:3000:1(Typ.). Response Time:4(GTG) ms. Brightness:300 cd/m2. Display Resolution:4K/UHD (3840 x 2160). Viewing Angle:178(H)/178(V) Input: DP/HDMIx 2. Warranty 1 ...
SamsungU32J590 32-Inch UHD LED-Lit Monitor

Samsung

U32J590 32-Inch UHD LED-Lit Monitor

BCD1702
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Item Specifications
Screen Size
32 inches
Max Screen Resolution
3840 x 2160 pixels
Color
Dark Blue Gray
General
Brand
Samsung
MSRP
BCD1702
Description

U32J590UQN 31.5SAMSUNG UHD VA HDMI X 2 DP. U32J590UQN MFR-PART#: U32J590UQN. 31.5in, UHD-4K 3840 x 2160, DP/HDMIx 2, tilt stand, 1 year warranty. Viewable Area:31.5 inches. Contrast Ratio:3000:1(Typ.). Response Time:4(GTG) ms. Brightness:300 cd/m2. Display Resolution:4K/UHD (3840 x 2160). Viewing Angle:178(H)/178(V) Input: DP/HDMIx 2. Warranty 1 year.

  • With stunning Ultra HD picture quality, PC viewing, gaming and more come alive with incredible lifelike detail.
  • AMD FreeSync synchronizes the refresh rate of your graphics card and monitor to reduce image tear and stutter
  • An incredible 1 billion colors delivers detailed, natural looking, and extremely realistic images
  • Connect multiple Ultra HD devices, like PCs and gaming consoles via two HDMI 2.0 inputs as well as one Display Port input
  • Game Mode instantly optimizes screen contrast to give you a competitive edge during gameplay
  • Picture-by-Picture (PBP) lets you connect to two devices to the monitor and maintain their original quality
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Living Large (Format)!
by Valued Customer on July 24, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Wow! Beautiful colors and response is good. I am getting a different monitor for my gaming system (nothing wrong with this one, I just need G-SYNC and this doesn't have it).I love how clear the screen and crisp the screen is. The size also makes it easier to see who just 'killed' me in my games If you do a lot of Excel work, this is the size screen (or bigger) that you need without having to keep constantly moving your head side-to-side (like a 34 or 49 inch monitor) and it is just large enough that the resolution (3840 x 2160) doesn't create issues with font size, etc. (like a 27 or less monitor would).All in all, one of the best large screens I have owned. I will be moving this to the wife's machine since she doesn't game like I do; instead she uses Facebook, YouTube, pays bills, surfs the web and email, etc. - much more utilitarian than me; she won't be concerned with screen tearing, etc.

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A gorgeous monitor that provides an extremely sharp picture
by Valued Customer on July 18, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I've been delighted with this monitor so far. I so far have not had a media source that could push it to the limits of its ability to display it properly and with net neutrality biting the dust (hopefully just until the next election), I don't believe I'll have the means by streaming anything off the Internet. And while I have a nice gaming laptop, it is just old enough to not have a graphics card that could tax this monitor. Blu-rays play back on it magnificently, but not having a 4k player, I can't get past the limitation my the media. So people are complaining here, and I have no way of knowing whether or not that it accurate. All I can say is that regardless of the media that I watch on this, it has not been the bottleneck. Every electronics system has some element that is the bottleneck, that limits all the other parts of the system. All I can say is that it has elevated the overall performance of my computer system - and I do plan on using this as a computer monitor over which I will also play a cable feed (I cut the cable some months ago and switched to PlaystationVue, though I'm thinking of switching over to Slingbox). Keep in mind also that the degree of performance that some to be demanding here are not really perceivable on a screen less than 60 inches. The human eye is simply incapable of of that degree of performance. To be blunt, the human eye is the limiting factor in this system. I'll add this: both Playstation and Microsoft have indicated that the next generation of games will need to be played on larger TVs, 4K or 8K or higher, at least 60 inches, for the player to be able to perceive the increased visual performance. I am extremely happy with this monitor and really enjoy using it. Because of the very high resolution you can use this as a computer monitor very close up very close, thanks to the very high resolution. This is a very fine monitor that will just provide you with an exceptionally acute picture, but will also alleviate eyestrain.

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Excellent Display
by Valued Customer on July 11, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Wow! Great monitor for gaming! I'm certainly no tech person, but I had this monitor hooked up to my gaming tower in about five minutes via the HDMI connection. It is very sleek and lightweight, and simple to set up-it arrives in two pieces, and all that needs to be done is set the monitor atop the pedestal. I use it almost exclusively for gaming, and the video output is outstanding. Not a dead pixel anywhere. This is an affordable monitor with an impressive display. I use a separate speaker system, so I can't comment on the sound, which I haven't used.I'll leave the technical aspects of this monitor to more tech savvy reviewers. As a basic computer user, I can say that this monitor looks great, even when it's turned off.Five stars.

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A Big, Beautiful Monitor!
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This 32-Inch Led Monitor from Samsung is fantastic! Very easy to install the stand and very easy to hook up to my PC. It's colors are bright and clear, offering a very crisp picture from varying distances. It does take up a lot of space on my desk, but then that's what you want it for, right? I'm very happy with this monitor. It is not the first Samsung product that I have owned and enjoyed, and I'm sure I will own many more in the future. If you're looking for a big, beautiful monitor, you'll probably really like this one!

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Good monitor. No dead pixels and colors look good
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Good monitor. No dead pixels and colors look good out of the box, usually adjust anyway but don't think I will need to adjust much. I don't do photo/vid editing so can't speak for accuracy. Surprisingly light, feels like it weighs same as my 27'' Acer Predator gaming monitor. Got it for $388, $50 cheaper when I bought it than other big brands (LG, AOC, ASUS). Comfortable for me to use 2-3 ft away (I move throughout the day, always practice good ergonomics) and I use a monitor arm to have it at the backside of the desk.4K Solves problem of multiple windows for different apps and web sessions. Can easily get 2 full sized windows with room at top or bottom for Hangouts and a couple apps/utilities or 4 full sized windows if I ever have to (full sized on a 1080 screen). The extra room also makes it easy and conformable see and managed popups for errors or notifications, just feels less crowded in general.HDMI 2 is the 4K 60hz input (documented in guide) and Displayport works well too but using HDMI for now. The text is sharp and I like the size and scaling. Was tempted to get a 28'' 4k but glad I did not. I use a 27'' 1440p monitor for gaming desktop and didn't want to set a higher scaling in Windows 10 and lose the real estate I gained.

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The Samsung is terrific; here's how it works on my APPLE MacBook Pro!
by Valued Customer on July 05, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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REVISED:Pros and cons. Let's address a few cons first: Who the heck put the power button on the back? It should be in front; yet, it's very smart: a tiny joystick that navigates around is brilliant (but should've been in plain sight, otherwise it's feely-meely).The monitor's stand is pretty flimsy. Placed on my rock solid table, the plastic stand both takes up an unnecessary 7"" in the back from any wall, which kind of negates the advantage of a sweet, flat monitor.There's a fix for that, but if you buy a flat one, add on $35-$100; what I did, since I can't drill into that wall because of water pipes behind it, was this: Two 3 X 3"" wooden blocks on eith side with a small .25"" strip glued in front so that the monitor sits on those, on a desk, and leans safely against the wall and the small lip on the wooden feet holds it securely. Cost: zero.The second issue has to do with the amount of resolution I can pump out of my old MacBook Pro laptop into this big, big ultra high res display. There's a single hdmi cable. I'll buy up on that as well.The pros: It is gorgeous, and a hell of a deal.I used a standard little converter plug-to-hdmi to mirror my laptop (which is generally fine for now). ROCKS. First demo: read the Tribune and it scales sharp and clean, eve at the max I get get right now of 1900 X something. And comic books at full screen are awesome. Adding on my underutilized Sony UHD blu-ray was a jaw-dropper for crazy, better-than-life-sharp resolution. It's freaking terrific. If anything tells you that your PC is old, this is it, but I'm using it for work, and it gives me a large landscape to work on. Larger, in truth, than the one at work. And better.Brighter and all settings work with the Aplle's system preferences controls like a no-brainer. Calibrated color, and my photoshop work looks tremendos; my page layout work is finally clear and big.I know there's a ton more resolution in there waiting, and thankfully, the Samsung is a faster, sharp and way less pricey solution than the Apple monitor at the same size. What, you didn't know Apple has a 32"" UHD monitor? They do, and only available in Europe right now. At �sit down for this � about $5,700. Really. Can hit the same 3200 X whatever resolution this does.NO REGRETS!

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I recommend setting the temperature to cool to make the background
by Valued Customer on July 01, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Pros- UHD 4k @ 60Hz (Note: you must use HDMI port 2 (on monitor) if you want to run @ 60Hz) [read instruction manual]- Small footprint. Outer frame is narrow on sides (about 1/4"") and top and slightly larger on bottom (about 1/2""). The monitor is not much larger than my Samsung 27"" 1080P, which had a larger frame.- 31.5' of pure UHD at an affordable price- No noticeable light bleed- Text is crisp and clearCons- Although the monitor supports a DisplayPort, it only came with an HDMI CableFinal thoughts:When you get the monitor, be sure to adjust the Dynamic Contrast to make the blacks darker. Also, I recommend setting the temperature to cool to make the background whites look whiter and less yellowish. Also, if you want to run at 60Hz, be sure to use monitor HDMI port 2. The following is a quote from the Samsung manual:� To display 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz, use an HDMI cable that supports 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz to connect HDMI1.Make sure that the graphics card of the HDMI source supports 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz.� To display 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz, use an HDMI cable that supports 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz to connect HDMI2.Make sure that the graphics card of the HDMI source supports 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz.� When connecting an HDMI cable, use the cable that came with the components of the monitor. If you usean HDMI cable other than provided by Samsung, the image quality may be degraded.

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