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LG 32MP60G 32" FHD Monitor (2021)

MSRP 250 USDNeoscore 11%

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Product Overview

LG 32MP60G is an affordable 32-inch FHD monitor with an 8-bit IPS panel. It is identical to the 27MP60G and 24MP60G from the same 2021 model year: all feature a gaming-like design in a chassis that is not optimized for gaming.
Those that are not bothered by this, however, will be glad to find that the 32MP60G is a competent option for general home computing tasks. It is flicker-free and comes with LG's Reader Mode for texts.
Still, consumers are advised to check higher-spec'd models before making a purchase: For example, the 32QN600 from the previous generation has the same retail price but offers QHD resolution, while 32UN500 is a 4K monitor with 10-bit IPS panel that costs just a little more.

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What we found**

Neoscore: 11% (not directly comparable across industries)
Pros
  • High 1000:1 contrast ratio
Cons
  • No publicized HDR support
  • Low 69 ppi pixel density
  • Only tilt adjustment
  • 8-bit display panel
  • Display panel not very bright
  • Lacks VESA mount

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Specifications

Connectivity

Ports
1x D-sub, 1x 3.5 mm Audio Out, 1x HDMI 1.4, 1x DisplayPort 1.4

Construction

Adjustment | Height
N/A
Adjustment | Pivot
N/A
Adjustment | Swivel
N/A
Adjustment | Tilt
-2° ~ 15°
Camera
No
Colors
Black
VESA Mount
N/A

Dimensions

Bezels
87.42% screen-to-body ratio
Size | Depth
1.77 in / 45 mm w/o stand, 8.85 in / 224.8 mm w/ stand
Size | Height
16.94 in / 430.3 mm w/o stand, 20.21 in / 513.3 mm w/ stand
Size | Width
28.72 in / 729.4 mm
Weight
6.2 kg / 14 lbs w/o stand , 6.9 kg / 15 lbs w/ stand

Display

Aspect Ratio
16:9
Brightness
250 nits
Contrast Ratio
1000:1 (static)
Display Backlight
W-LED
Display Color Depth
8 bits (6 bits + FRC), 16777216 colors
Display Diagonal
32" (31.54 in / 801 mm)
Display Type
IPS, Anti-glare/Matte (3H)
Gamut
99% sRGB
Pixel Density
69 ppi
Pixel Pitch
0.275 mm
Refresh Rate
48 Hz ~ 75 Hz
Resolution
FHD (1920x1080)
Response Time
5 ms (min)
Viewing Angle
178° H / 178° V

Function

Licenses
BIS, BSMI, CB, CCC, CE, FCC-B, ErP, KC, REACH, RoHS, TUV-type, UL (cUL), VCCI
Operating Humidity
10 % ~ 80 %
Operating Temperature
0 °C ~ 40 °C , 32 °F ~ 104 °F
Variable Framerate
AMD FreeSync
Video
Black Stabilizer, Crosshair, Smart Energy Saving, DDC/CI, Flicker-free technology, Super Resolution+, Dynamic Action Sync, Colour Weakness, 6-axis control, OnScreen Control, Reader Mode

Performance

Power Consumption
25 W (average) / 0.3 W (sleep) / 0.3 W (off)

Production

Accessory
HDMI cable
Debut
2021

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