17 32-inch QHD monitors review: Big size, nice pixels

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Viewing angles

Our viewing angle measurements produce results in both the reduction of brightness and the colour deviation at different angles while also comparing to the standard deviation. This value is based on the results of multiple tests of main and support colours and 100% and 75% white. If the standard deviation is low then the brightness of all the colours will reduce evenly. If it is high, then we notice some colours shifting.

VA panels are not always the best in terms of viewing angles, but the test field shows once again that generalizing is rarely useful. The Philips BDM3270QP, for example, has an excellent residual brightness, and the four other models in the top-5 are not doing badly either. However, fair is fair, with IPS you usually see some better viewing angles - only not in this test, because the three models with that technique as a basis are just below the center of the chart (and the Iiyama even quite far below).

Vertically speaking, the AdobeRGB Philips 326PAUBREB may be doing a lot better, but most models are close together here. The LG 32GK850G, Philips BDM3270QP2 and the AOC Q3279VWF stand out a bit - but all screens are tiltable, so you usually need to be able to create a situation that you can look at vertically.

Viewing angles left

  • Brightness
  • Colour deviation
  • Standard deviation

Viewing angles right

  • Brightness
  • Colour deviation
  • Standard deviation

Viewing angles above

  • Brightness
  • Colour deviation
  • Standard deviation

Viewing angles below

  • Brightness
  • Colour deviation
  • Standard deviation

 


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