Deal | 32-inch Jlink 1080p monitor on sale for $160 USD with FreeSync, 75 Hz refresh rate, and full sRGB colors
Amazon is currently offering the 32-inch Jlink monitor for $160 USD after applying the $90 coupon code at checkout. The deal is notable for being one of the least expensive 32-inch monitors you can buy with full sRGB coverage, native 75 Hz refresh rate, and even FreeSync capabilities to reduce screen tearing when gaming.
The most notable aspect of the Jlink monitor, however, is arguably its VA panel. When compared to the IPS panels on most other monitors, VA can offer 2x to 4x the contrast ratio for deeper black levels and a potentially more vivid picture. Its main drawbacks include narrower viewing angles and slower response times which can make it difficult to share the display with others and play fast-paced games, respectively.
Another notable disadvantage is its meager native resolution of 1080p for a PPI of only 69. If you had planned on using the monitor for large spreadsheets or side-by-side browser or word pages, then the 1080p resolution will likely be inefficient. For casual browsing or videos, however, then large 32-inch screen size can offer a viewing experience close to a regular television.
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