The LG 32UQ750-W is a 4K professional gaming monitor for office, entertainment and gaming. It is an IPS monitor with excellent wide viewing angles and rich colors with HDR 10 certification. It provides excellent sharpness and screen real estate with excellent viewing experience and you also get USB Type-C port with DP Alt Mode and excellent 90W power delivery.
It is a premium HDR 27-inch monitor with 4K resolution for office, gaming, and entertainment. This monitor from LG was launched in 2022 and is a bigger model of the of the LG 27UQ750-W with better visibility and more immersive viewing experience. We would recommend this monitor for large desks and is intended for keeping at a distance.
- IPS Panel
- 4K UHD Resolution
- 90% DCI-P3
- HDR 10
- AMD FreeSync
- USB Type-C with 90W
- Adjustable Stand
The LG 32UQ750-W is a large professional 4K monitor with IPS panel. It has excellent peak brightness with HDR 10 certification.
We think it is a great choice for dark as well bright rooms and is also AMD FreeSync certified.
However, the stand lacks swivel function, but you do get tilt, height, and pivot functions.
The LG 32UQ750-W has IPS panel with excellent sharpness and screen real estate and that makes it perfect for office and productivity.
This monitor has AMD FreeSync and the 144Hz refresh rate make it a decent monitor for gaming.
It has a pair of built-in speakers for entertainment, and the screen real estate is also great for professional level media creation.
Design & Ergonomics
Monitor Type – Flat
Width – 71.45 cm
Height – 47.96 cm
The LG 32UQ750-W has a professional appearance from the front and it comes finished in black color, making it suitable for office and corporate spaces. It looks premium and has thin bezels from three sides.
There is LG logo in the middle of bottom bezel and the stand has silver finish, which gives this monitor an elegant look.
Depth – 23.93 cm
VESA Mount – 100x100mm
Ports Position – Back-Facing
The LG 32UQ750-W’s back comes finished in white color. It is so minimal yet premium, making it perfect for spaces where monitor’s back is exposed. It seems like a very thin chassis giving a thin profile to the monitor. There is LG branding on the back with back-facing connectivity ports.
It supports VESA mounting with 100x100mm interface and it is possible to mount this monitor on a custom monitor arm or wall.
Thinness – N/A
The bezels on the LG 32UQ750-W are very thin from three sides. Its bottom bezel is quite thicker than the other three but it is thinner than other monitors in the industry.
It looks so premium with that frameless design and also makes it super compatible with dual setups.
Weight –15.43 lbs
The LG 32UQ750-W has excellent build quality with a very heavy stand attached to it.
It is plastic, but of a very good quality and we think the parts are very well put together.
Removable Stand – Yes
Cable Management – N/A
The LG 32UQ750-W has a removable stand and that needs to be removed while mounting this monitor on a custom monitor arm.
We are not sure about the cable management hole or clip on this monitor.
Tilt – 20° Backward, 5° Forward
Swivel – N/A
Height – 110 mm
Pivot – 90° Clockwise
The LG 32UQ750-W offers adjustable stand, but there is no swivel function.
It can go 20-degrees backward, 110mm up-down, and rotates 90-degrees in clockwise direction for more vertical space.
Display & Performance
Panel Type – IPS
Panel Size – 32-inch
Aspect Ratio – 16:9
Panel Depth – 10 bits (8 bits+FRC)
The LG 32UQ750-W houses an IPS panel with 32-inch screen and that offers excellent color coverage with fantastic contrast ratio.
This monitor comes with 16:9 aspect ratio with panel depth of 10 bits so it can display wide range of colors making it perfect for creative professionals.
Resolution – UHD | 3840x2160p
PPI – 140 PPI
This monitor has UHD screen resolution which means 3840×2160 pixels resolution and that results in 140 PPI on the 32-inch screen size.
This IPS monitor has excellent screen clarity and we think it offers perfect balance of screen space and clarity for most tasks. If you want similar text-clarity at a cheap price, check out the LG 32UN650-W.
Peak Brightness – 350-nits
The LG 32UQ750-W has satisfactory 350-nits peak brightness and that feels sufficient for bright rooms.
The reflection handling is great because of the anti-glare coating on the display, but it would have been even better with a high peak brightness.
Contrast Ratio – 1000:1
This monitor’s contrast ratio is 1000:1, which is decent for viewing in dark-rooms.
However, the blacks might appear gray in the dark, making it not so good monitor for color-critical tasks in dark-rooms.
Viewing Angles (H/V) – 178°/178°
LG claims wide viewing angles, but we doubt they are narrow because VA panels have relatively average viewing angles than IPS counterparts and colors start to fade while viewing from the sides.
DCI-P3 – 90%
The color coverage on the LG 32UQ750-W is decent with 90% DCI-P3 coverage and we think that is due to the IPS technology.
It is decent for SDR content and the colors appear rich. Moreover, the display comes factory-calibrated for the best color straight out of the box.
Response Time – N/A
We are not sure about the response time on the LG 32UQ750-W, but it should handle motion very well.
Refresh Rate – 144Hz
The max refresh rate is 144Hz on this monitor, making it great for high refresh rate gaming. The motions appear super smooth and we think is a decent all-purpose monitor for gaming.
Black Frame Insertion – N/A
The LG 27UQ850-W does not have BFI (Black Frame Insertion).
HDR – HDR 10
The LG 27UQ850-W has VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification, but the HDR performance is mediocre and it would have been great with higher peak brightness.
This monitor has AMD FreeSync support for leisure gaming. It ensures that the motion stay clear on the screen.
Black Stabilizer boosts contrast ratio of dark scenes so that you can see the visuals with utmost clarity.
This monitor has LG’s screen split feature for tiling up all your applications side-by-side so that you can multitask upon them efficiently.
Crosshair feature displays a crosshair in the middle of the screen so that you can get ultimate accuracy while playing first person shooter gamers.
Dynamic Action Sync
Dynamic Action Sync decreases the input lag to the lowest so that you can have a responsive gaming experience.
It has vaiours HDR effects for games and entertainment purposes.
The LG 32UQ750-W houses dual 5W speakers and that makes it perfect for entertainment. They are down-facing speakers, so you get decent sound effects.
This monitor has a dedicated reader mode that removes harmful blue light from the screen.
2x HDMI 2.0
1x DisplayPort 1.4
The LG 32UQ750-W houses dual HDMI 2.0 ports and a single DisplayPort 1.4 for video connectivity.
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USB, Other Ports
1x USB Type-C (DP Alt Mode, 90W)
2x USB 3.2 (Type-A, downstream)
1x 3.5mm Audio Out
The LG 32UQ750-W houses a single USB Type-C port with DP Alt Mode and 90W power delivery. It also offers dual USB 3.2 ports and a single 3.5mm audio out port for connecting headsets.
That’s a Wrap!
The LG 32UQ750-W is a premium 4K gaming monitor with IPS panel, AMD FreeSync, DisplayHDR 400, and 144Hz refresh rate. It is a great gaming monitor for high refresh rate sharp gaming, but make sure your PC powerful enough to handle [email protected]
We think it is worth the price for the features and panel. However, this monitor lacks swivel function, but you can mount this monitor on a custom monitor arm via VESA mount. It is for those who need a professional monitor for PC gaming, console gaming, and office use.
We are not sure about the price because it is not listed anywhere on the Internet, but it is exepcted to be around $700.
LG 32UQ750-W: Ratings
All Factors Considered
The display is IPS and it has 4K resolution with 144Hz max refresh rate.
The design is highly professional instead of gaming, and the stand lacks swivel function.
It offers ample features for office, entertainment, and gaming.
- Excellent smooth panel
- Fantastic screen real estate
- Complete package for gaming and office
- Mediocre HDR performance
- Low contrast ratio
- Its smaller model has higher peak brightness