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[Staples] LG 32GK850F-B 31.5-inch, 2560 x 1440, 3000:1, 144Hz, Freesync 2.0, HDR400 $432.98

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[Staples] LG 32GK850F-B 31.5-inch, 2560 x 1440, 3000:1, 144Hz, Freesync 2.0, HDR400 $432.98

Finally, Posting my first deal, I hope it helps.

Summary:
Get this beast of a monitor for 449.99$ with the 10% off coupon - 65943 + Additional 3% Ebates (don't forget Winking Face)

Why this:
I was on the lookout for a bang-for-buck 32in 1440p 144hz VA/IPS to replace my trusty Acer ET322QU (1440P 75HZ IPS) for a while now. However, I was not able to match the amazing value-for-money my Acer offered, until I stumbled upon this.

I was eyeing some other options aswell:
But for the price, the LG 32GK850F-B is a great spec'd monitor and in my opinion better than the above options. ( In-depth review here. )
  • Peak brightness of 400nits
  • 95% DCI-P3 Coverage
  • HDR400 (and HDR10)
  • Response Time: 5ms (Faster) 1ms with Motion Blur Reduction
  • Freesync 2.0 (With LFC: 50-144HZ)
  • Height/Pivot/Swivel/Tilt Adjustable Stand (And VESA 100X100 Mount support)

I would be picking this up tomorrow and will post my review shortly after. To fellow RFDer's - Feel free to post your recommendations, if there's any better option. Cheers Smiling Face With Open Mouth
SpoonyBard wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 3:49 pm
There's a small pricematch opportunity with PC-Canada.com: ($473.99 + $8.99s/h = $482.98)
https://www.pc-canada.com/item/32GK850F%2DB.html

$434.68 before tax, I think? Not 100% sure how the math shakes out because they're supposed to credit me back ~$17.xx after I receive the order. I just had this done over the phone.
Edit: So the deal just got sweeter. There is a price match opportunity with PC-CANADA to lower the price further by 17.01$+tax (499.99-482.98=17.01). They are selling this Monitor for $473.99 + $8.99s/h = $482.98. So the price now becomes 449.99-17.01=432.98(price updated in the post as well). Thats 472 shipped(ON) after ebates. Smiling Face With Sunglasses Thanks, SpoonyBard for the amazing find.

Edit: Nov 12,2019: People who purchased this monitor from this Staple's deal or from anywhere else have another price match opportunity from PC-CANADA - https://www.pc-canada.com/item/32GK850F-B.html . They are now selling the monitor for $394.99+8.99s/h: 403.98 . Thanks to @Nikhilvoid for posting this deal pc-canada-395-lg-32gk850f-b-31-5-wqhd-1 ... s-2327981/ .

I called staples for a price match and was successful in getting one (again). The final total came now comes out to be 353.99 (before tax) Smiling Face With Sunglasses.

Staples Deal Price ( 499.99) - PC-Canada Price (394.99+8.99 shipping: 403.98 ) : Price Match Amount ( 96.01)
Staples Deal Price (499.99) - 10% off - Price Match Amount ( 96.01) : Final Price (353.99)
Last edited by kewldudex on Nov 12th, 2019 9:27 am, edited 4 times in total.
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The price I see from your link is $599.99 and according to the specs on that page the response time is 5ms. Is there another link? Thanks!

Tom
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tom_no.1 wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 5:58 am
The price I see from your link is $599.99 and according to the specs on that page the response time is 5ms. Is there another link? Thanks!

Tom
Shows $499 to me.
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kewldudex wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 3:37 am
Finally, Posting my first deal, I hope it helps.

Summary:
Get this beast of a monitor for 449$ with the 10% off coupon - 65943 + Additional 3% Ebates (don't forget Winking Face)

Why this:
I was on the lookout for a bang-for-buck 32in 1440p 144hz VA/IPS to replace my trusty Acer ET322QU (1440P 75HZ IPS) for a while now. However, I was not able to match the amazing value-for-money my Acer offered, until I stumbled upon this.

I was eyeing some other options aswell:
But for the price, the LG 32GK850F-B is a great spec'd monitor and in my opinion better than the above options.
  • Peak brightness of 400nits
  • 95% DCI-P3 Coverage
  • HDR400 (and HDR10)
  • 1ms Response Time
  • Freesync 2.0 (With LFC : 50-144HZ)
  • Height/Pivot/Swivel/Tilt Adjustable Stand (And VESA 100X100 Mount support)

I would be picking this up tomorrow and will post my review shortly after. To fellow RFDer's - Feel free to post your recommendations, if there's any better option. Cheers Smiling Face With Open Mouth
LG monitor warranty is 1 year, while AOC is 3. Probably useful to consider in the long run.
Last edited by LockAndKey on Oct 9th, 2019 6:10 am, edited 1 time in total.
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LockAndKey wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 6:02 am
Shows $499 to me.
Thanks! It may be a cache problem.

Edit: To help anyone else who has the same problem, it was my script blocker. It shows $499.99 now.

Tom
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tom_no.1 wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 5:58 am
The price I see from your link is $599.99 and according to the specs on that page the response time is 5ms. Is there another link? Thanks!

Tom
Thanks for Pointing out. Adding whats stated on LG Official page "5ms (Faster) 1ms with Motion Blur Reduction" .
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LockAndKey wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 6:09 am
LG monitor warranty is 1 year, while AOC is 3. Probably useful to consider in the long run.
Yup its definetly something to consider. The AOC is amazing on paper as well, only if it wasn't curved.
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Probably a great monitor for gaming, anyone came across a good deal for 27-32” 4K IPS?
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kewldudex wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 6:25 am
Thanks for Pointing out. Adding whats stated on LG Official page "5ms (Faster) 1ms with Motion Blur Reduction" .
That's true but apparently you have to choose between Motion Blur Reduction at 1ms or Freesync at 5ms. Choosing one disables the other. Still a great buy. Thanks OP!

Tom
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Personally, I would spend $20 more and get the AOC. It is a better reviewed monitor with (apparently) better picture quality, and a 3 years zero dead pixel warranty.
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tom_no.1 wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 8:29 am
That's true but apparently you have to choose between Motion Blur Reduction at 1ms or Freesync at 5ms. Choosing one disables the other. Still a great buy. Thanks OP!

Tom
I learned something new today. I wasn't aware of the fact that MBR and Freesync don't work together. Thank you (Added an in-depth review as well - https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/lg-32gk850f/)
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Probably a great monitor for gaming, anyone came across a good deal for 27-32” 4K IPS?
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Viper98 wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 8:46 am
Personally, I would spend $20 more and get the AOC. It is a better reviewed monitor with (apparently) better picture quality, and a 3 years zero dead pixel warranty.
Now its two votes for the AOC. I'll be giving a second thought here Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes Thank you
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Pupsik27 wrote:
Oct 9th, 2019 8:57 am
Probably a great monitor for gaming, anyone came across a good deal for 27-32” 4K IPS?
I can look something up for you.

Whats your usecase : Gaming , Editing , Productivity?
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Budget?
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oh my god this is Fire I bought the HP 25X 24.5 for $219 and already threw out the box Loudly Crying FaceLoudly Crying Face wish I could get this

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