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LG 32MA68HY 32IN Full HD 5ms D-SUB DVI-D HDMI VESA Wall Mount Key Lock IPS Monitor
LG 32MA68HY 32IN Full HD 5ms D-SUB  DVI-D  HDMI  VESA Wall Mount   Key Lock IPS Monitor - 135435_l.jpg
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If you use a low-profile wall mount, you will need right angle HDMI and USB cables. The power cable supplied is already right angle, and works perfectly.

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 Verified Owner
OK first off this is a budget monitor, so don't expect anything more. And like most 27"or bigger budget monitors the first thing you notice is how flimsy the stand is, its really meant for something that weighs half as much. Then there's the odd ball 200mmx100mm VESA mount holes, but that's normal considering 100mmx100mm is really meant for up to 27" monitors. I sit about 30" from the screen and don't really notice the difference with my 27" 2560x1440 monitor. But for an IPS display I find the colors are a little washed out, more on par with an average TN panel to me. I did buy this as a secondary monitor to my 34" ultrawide and technically it does look bigger than my ultrawide. I also noticed lag with the HDMI, but not the DisplayPort, it just seemed quicker on FPS games. It just feels like a regular TV without the tuner or lag to me. If you are planning on using this monitor as your primary, I would probably not recommend it, due to reading text no matter what settings you do, it just is hard to read unless you magnify it, then its not terribly bad, but for games or video its just fine. There is a reason 32" class monitors usually start at $500 and this one is 60% the price. Keep in mind this is a $250USD retail price monitor and its 31.5 inches, that being said there is a lot of bang for the buck here! (Read More)

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