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Make sure it has at least a 1920x1080 resolution (many cheaper, inferior 32" TVs don't). One thing when choosing a tv for use with a pc is it really should have 4:4:4 chroma support if it's at all possible to find one. It's not discussed much because it doesn't make much of a difference to an ordinary film or tv show, but it makes things like text and PC display much clearer. I certainly wouldn't buy a TV without it after discovering mine had it and enabling it.
The Samsung you linked does support 4:4:4, and is also 1920x1080 and has low input lag. It seems a good choice. Don't worry about the Hz, it doesn't really make much difference. 60hz is fine and nearly all LCD TVs should support at least that.
Older Samsungs required you to be in PC mode to use 4:4:4, which then forces a whole load of "enhancements" that completely destroy the picture quality. I'm not sure if the newer ones do this, but it's worth looking into if you want to squeeze the best picture out of it.