The HP Pavilion 32 Display has feature offerings and hardware specifications that clearly makes it a monitor for everyday use. In fact, it is clearly aimed to be the go-to monitor for many with its budget-friendly price tag. It makes use of a Vertical Alignment panel in order to provide stronger detail within the shadowy areas of an image. Furthermore, you will be able to take advantage of rich colors and wide viewing angles. It doesn’t have built-in speakers or an adjustable stand, but it is still quite likeable nonetheless.
The HP Pavilion 32 Display is Clearly Made for Everyday Use
The HP Pavilion 32 Display is a 32-inch monitor with a WQHD (2,560 x 1,440) pixel resolution. The panel is coated with a non-reflective coating, and it delivers above-average peak brightness levels. It also has a 60Hz refresh rate, a 3,000:1 native contrast ratio, a 16:9 aspect ratio, and a 7-millisecond (gray-to-gray) pixel response.
The panel is then framed by very thin black bezels which is only half-an-inch think. The entire panel is then housed by a matte-black cabinet that makes the entire model weigh 18-pounds. The cabinet and the panel is then supported by a rectangular stand in which you can’t adjust the height. However, it does offer 26-degrees of tilt adjustments. As mentioned earlier, the Pavilion 32 Display does not have its own set of built-in speakers, and for some, this might be a sigh of relief since there are monitors that have such a feature that do not bring about good audio performance.
Looking at its rear, you will be graced with a wide assortment of ports, which is a bit surprising since this is a budget-friendly monitor. There are two HDMI inputs, a USB upstream port, two USB downstream ports, and a DisplayPort input. It should be noted that the USB ports are the 2.0 variety and not the more modern (and faster performing) USB 3.0.
But the image performance is where the HP Pavilion 32 Display truly shines, albeit you can’t go wrong with its price tag either. Images are brought with good highlights and plenty of details in the shadows. There are a lot of good viewing angles to go around, and there is no signs of color shifting or loss of luminance within those angles. Overall, this is a great monitor if you’re playing games, watching movies, doing work, or just about every purpose you can think of that it can handle.
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