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32 inch monitor

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I want to change my monitor with something bigger.
BenQ BL3200PT and Samsung S32D850T are too expensive.
There is also QNIX QX320QHD but i don't know to much about Qnix.
Are they any good ?
Thanks
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They are popular, I have a 27" Qnix. Don't expect great build quality though.
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The 32" Qnix sucks and comes in two equally awful variants: one with a very high 39ms delay and brightness controls which reduce the gamma (reviewed by Playerwares) and one with low input lag, half the contrast ratio of a normal VA panel and messed up brightness controls too (reviewed by TFT Central). Both have inaccurate colour presets with a strong blue tint and very slow pixel response times (BenQ vs Qnix). The X-Star version is likely the same since Qnix and X-Star are owned by the same company and use the same panels.
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