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HP - Pavilion 32" LED QHD Monitor - Black with Silver stand

Model:32Q
SKU:5759502
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Enjoy brilliant picture quality with this 32-inch HP Pavilion display. Its 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution shows multimedia content at an ultrawide angle for enhanced viewing, and it connects to compatible A/V components with its HDMI and DisplayPort inputs. This HP Pavilion display tilts from -5 to 21 degrees to suit your equipment setup.
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What's Included


  • DisplayPort cable
  • HDMI cable
  • HP Pavilion 32" LED QHD Monitor
  • Software
  • Wall mount

Energy Ratings

ENERGY STAR Certified

Features


2560 x 1440 resolution with 16:9 aspect ratio

Delivers stunning high-definition visuals.

7 ms response time

Helps prevent blurring, ghosting and streaking during intense action sequences in video games and movies.

Watch crisp images

The 60Hz refresh rate is a good choice for gaming and other fast-moving media.

32" antiglare widescreen flat-panel LED monitor

Provides a large viewing area and clear images.

2 HDMI and DisplayPort inputs

Allow you to set up DVD players and other AV sources for a clear, high quality audio and video signal.

178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles

Ensure a clear view of the monitor from multiple vantage points.

Hang up your monitor

Detach your monitor from its base to hang it on the wall.

10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (3000:1 typical)

Provides a high number of shades between black and white for accurate color reproduction when displaying images with extreme differences between light and dark.

300 cd/m² brightness

Offers an enhanced view, even in low lighting.

ENERGY STAR certified

Designed to use less energy and meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy.