HP has introduced its Pavilion 32 display (V1M69A), which promises to combine large size, QHD resolution, VA panel and affordability. The Pavilion 32 monitor may not appeal to professionals or hardcore gamers, but for mainstream users this one could be a game changer because of its price-point. The monitor will hit the market late next month as a part of HP’s back-to-school product refresh.
Starting this June 26th, HP will like you to dive into the 2K world, for the nerds that is QHD also known as 2560×1440 pixels. The HP Pavilion 32 will go on sale for $400 dollars a very reasonable price for those who are still stuck at 1080P.
As mentioned this monitor offers 2560×1440 resolution, however it also offers 300 cd/m2 brightness, 3000:1 static contrast ratio. The 60 Hz refresh rate will be enough for most users but if you’re into PC games you may need at least 144Hz.