New 32" 4k display help

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    For your uses they’re unlikely to be better, but it’s difficult to tell without testing. No review samples have been made available to us for the LG models yet I’m afraid.


    Okay I ordered the PD3200U (using your amazon affiliate link) to try it out. I’ll let you know how I like it next week.


    Your support is appreciated. I definitely feel seeing it for yourself was the right thing to do, I hope the monitor works out for you. 🙂


    I’ve had the PD3200U for a week now and I’m extremely happy with it. I will be keeping the display. The scaling/interpolation softening effect when running at lower resolutions (1080p, 1440p) is not very noticeable at all. In fact I’m fine running my slower work laptop at 1440p and working all day at that resolution. When running at 4k on my main Windows 10 PC (GTX1060) it looks beautiful, and the screen clarity and real estate are exactly what I was looking for.

    My only complaint is the built in KVM switch is not very useful for two reasons:
    1. There are only 3 user customizable buttons on the puck. This is one button short as you need at least two buttons for switching video inputs, and two buttons to switch between the USB inputs.
    2. When the display sleeps the USB port becomes inactive and therefore the keyboard or mouse won’t wake the computer screen back up.

    I solved the problem by purchasing a usb switch for the keyboard/mouse switching, and the PD3200U puck buttons are for my video inputs only . (

    Thanks again for the great site and recommendation.



    My pleasure.

    And that’s great to hear, it definitely sounds like two thumbs up for the monitor then! I was hoping you’d find the interpolation acceptable; it’s certainly something people need to see for themselves as you have done. I’m also pleased you were able to solve the KVM issue – would’ve been nice for the integrated function to work properly for your uses, but at least you’ve solved it with a little external device. 🙂

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