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[Staples] *OOS* ASUS 31.5" FHD LED IPS Monitor - VA325H - $199.97

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[Staples] *OOS* ASUS 31.5" FHD LED IPS Monitor - VA325H - $199.97

6 left online as of this post. A few for in-store pick up in GTA
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for the price, it's a good deal if you only want a large monitor with a built-in speaker. Pretty low resolution for size.
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Very low res for the size. 1440p should be the minimum at 31.5".

Good option for the elderly who need a big screen for web browsing through.
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Nice monitor, but the resolution will cause some people to return it
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lol this would have been a great monitor for older folks with deteriorating vision.
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OOS online but still available in many stores for pickup
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31.5-inch LCD IPS panel monitor
1920 x 1080 display resolution
100000000:1 Dynamic contrast ratio
178-degree Horizontal/178-degree Vertical viewing angle
2 W speakers
Ports: HDMI, VGA
Dimensions: 28.72" x 19.48" x 6.9", 15.1 lb
3-Year Limited Warranty
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No time mChine but 65$ more for lenovo for 32” at 1440 was well worth it
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Lenovo one couple of days ago was a better deal IMO.
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DYJ wrote: lol this would have been a great monitor for older folks with deteriorating vision.
Seniors will buy this and change resolution to 800*600.
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bhrm wrote: Seniors will buy this and change resolution to 800*600.
You are assuming they know how to change their screen resolution.
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curious why downvotes... probably not a good deal then?
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DYJ wrote: lol this would have been a great monitor for older folks with deteriorating vision.
Windows you can set scaling now so most things not bound to resolution like before. For old folks you can just crank it
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Don Freak wrote: curious why downvotes... probably not a good deal then?
It is a good deal (price wise) but for the majority of us on RFD the resolution is quite low for the size. 4K is standard almost and 1440P is the "go to" resolution nowadays.

It's a bit like finding Kraft Dinner for 60 cents. Sure it's a great deal, but people are not really gonna enjoy it as much as home made macaroni and cheese with fresh ingredients that you managed to put together for a dollar.

Those who downvoted you probably didn't think about the people that may benefit from this deal.
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plymouthhater wrote: You are assuming they know how to change their screen resolution.
No, it's guaranteed as a son/nephew would get called over to change it for them. It's a ritual every 3-5 years when someone buys a new PC and/or monitor but a delicious lunch/dinner comes with it.

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