SAMSUNG UJ59 Series 32-Inch 4K UHD (3840×2160) Computer Monitor, HDMI, Display Port, Eye Saver/Flicker Free Mode, FreeSync (LU32J590UQNXZA),Black

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SAMSUNG UJ59 Series 32-Inch 4K UHD (3840×2160) Computer Monitor, HDMI, Display Port, Eye Saver/Flicker Free Mode, FreeSync (LU32J590UQNXZA),Black
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Specification: SAMSUNG UJ59 Series 32-Inch 4K UHD (3840×2160) Computer Monitor, HDMI, Display Port, Eye Saver/Flicker Free Mode, FreeSync (LU32J590UQNXZA),Black

Standing screen display size

‎31.5 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎3840×2160

Max Screen Resolution

‎3840 x 2160 Pixels

Brand

‎SAMSUNG

Series

‎LU32J590UQNXZA

Item model number

‎LU32J590UQNXZA

Item Weight

‎16.61 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎9.9 x 28.72 x 21.04 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.9 x 28.72 x 21.04 inches

Color

‎Black

Voltage

‎110 Volts

Manufacturer

‎Samsung

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎April 27, 2018

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for SAMSUNG UJ59 Series 32-Inch 4K UHD (3840×2160) Computer Monitor, HDMI, Display Port, Eye Saver/Flicker Free Mode, FreeSync (LU32J590UQNXZA),Black

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  1. Chelsae

    Only one (1) HDMI input supports 60Hz and the second only goes up to 30Hz. If you want to have a second input at 60Hz you’ll have to opt for the DisplayPort. I’d give this monitor 3 stars if not for the DisplayPort input. I used to have a dual monitor setup and instead opted for a larger 4k monitor. I have a PC on the HDMI input and bought a USB-C to DisplayPort adapter for my MacBook. With everything now at 60Hz I’m pleased with the monitor. I’m not a gamer. This monitor is fine for software development or spreadsheets or web browsing. Other thoughts: The menu is really clunky with a single button on the rear of the unit and no dedicated buttons for power or input switching. The color and brightness are very good. Overall, this is a 4 star, but just barely.

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  2. Hugh

    I purchased this 4k monitor after my curved Viewsonic 32in 144hz went belly up. Seller shipped monitor within a week. It arrived securely and without any issues. It came with a Display Port and HDMI cables. I love how big and bright it is. The clear and crisp picture quality is excellent. The colors are deep, true, and vibrant, with zero motion lag. I expected some lag since it’s only 60hz, but I was surprisingly impressed. I’m averaging 50fps in MSFS 2020, with zero issues, while connected to my RTX 3070. Don’t forget you have to utilize the DP cable to get 60hz refresh rate. BTW: Zero dead pixels !

    Con: The monitor itself is adjustable, but the monitor stand cannot be lowered or raised. But it’s not an issue.

    Overall, I rate this monitor 5 out of 5 stars. Thanks Amazon for offering such a great product and deal. A+

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  3. Carlos Ferrer

    I remember the days when a 1440p IPS monitor with 60Hz costed on the sketchiest of cheap brands costing more than this, how far we’ve come.

    To the more serious review: The TL;DR is I truly think this monitor is amazing for the price point. The color, the quality, viewing angles, etc, all meets or exceed expectation. The only problem comes when you have to switch channels (regularly), and it’s always a bit of hassle + sometimes doesn’t work until unplugged and plugged again.

    I can only speak to my own experience, but I’d wager if I didn’t have to switch channels on a daily basis (work laptop to PS4 and PC), this is an easy 5 star for me. People pick on minor problems in review, but the fact is almost all monitors have quirks, and as long as they get the job done with quality exceeding its price point, it should be a 5 star. The new version I got also seems to have a solid power cable that has no problem staying in – I’ve seen older reviews mentioning that problem.

    I’ve used 4k monitors since 2016 and churned through 4 different 4k ones. I can say the quality on this one is amazing for its price. And if I had a hard time finding something like this in the US – usually much cheaper electronics than Canada, it’s a great deal. (I live and work in US now, but come back home to Canada once in a while)

    With all that said, I have to give it a 4 star because the problem I experience isn’t a simple quirk such as their “single menu button / stick” design which makes interacting a bit more annoying. The problem is often times, when I switch channels away from my macbook pro / work laptop to PS4, I cannot switch it back successfully – it’s just black and hops to different channels after a lil bit. The fix I found, NOT ONLY requires unplugging / replugging the cable, but have to be a DIFFERENT USB port on the laptop. Such a weird bug, and I’m glad I found a “relatively” quick solution which I don’t mind doing on a daily basis – replugging the laptop usb isn’t much work. But this degrades my trust in the monitor working properly over long term, and worry for others who experience similar problems may not have as an easy of a fix as I do.

    If this ever stop working, I’d drop it straight down to a 1-3 star depending on when, but for the time being, not only is it a 4 star for me, I’d say it’s close to a 5 star even with the issue I have to deal with on the daily basis.

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  4. Chelsae

    I bought a Used-Like New version of this monitor at a great price. Packaging was secure and no damage to item. Color an resolution were great, but at first I was worried this was not going to work for me with my MacBook Air (Ventura) due to the text being too small on this monitor when used in 4K. After much trial and error and Googling, I found that using the 1920×1080 (hiDPI) gave me the window text size I wanted (maybe a little big?) but without any blurriness. Not sure if I needed 4K after finding this out, but I’m happy with this monitor now.

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  5. Matt C

    first off, once again, 1 star removed bcz the carriers you choose to use lie about delivery, then dont deliver to my actual address forcing me to walk heavy boxes up 3 flights of stairs. the carriers have dollies and stuff for that, i do not, so ill keep removing a star until you gain control over your carriers.

    1 star removed bcz i tried to cancel this before it shipped but received an email saying it was too late to cancel, but it didnt actually ship until 30 hours later. good job people, keep it up.

    1 star removed because you sent a 400.00 item in a giant box with not one piece of bubble wrap. if i had the energy i would box all this up and send it back. all my packages from amazon these past 2 weeks have come with little or no bubble and im buying up parts for a VR computer, so that about 3500.00 over 3 e-tailers and 4 different carriers, all arriving in busted boxes at the wrong location with no protection. this is your job. why is it hard?

    so you just lost 60% of your rating for avoidable things that are persistent in your supply chain. amazon has been getting worse and worse and worse ever since it started being another e-bay with shady sellers and wildly fluctuating prices and shipping. your usefulness is coming to and end when prime video is no better than free youtube, your products are price matched , and your delivery methods are corrupted.

    now for the monitor. i should keep taking stars away, but i would be left with negatives. first the bezel”less”. there is a bottom branded bezel, along with 1/8″ of dead space. the other 3 sides all have 1/4″ dead space. so you effectively have an internal bezel of non-usable screen real estate that still takes up the space a monitor that doesnt shave off inches does.

    next – display port. it does have 1 display port. ive read reviews where it did not, and that was the reason for my cancel request. well, that and no vesa, really, why would you not include that? seems intentionally cheap. anyway about the DP, i dont know if samsung updated this model to include it, or previous reviewers got bait and switched with a different model (this also happens here on amazon, just look at some “renewed” item listings), or simply didnt recognize the port as it looks like hdmi in the dark, and it is dark up in the cable attachment area. in any case you get one now. just one. version 1.2

    no vesa. you know, this is disheartening as vesa compatibility has almost become ubiquitous. so this was a choice. a choice made by someone who is completely out of touch with todays home and soho computing. its one thing to not include the vesa if you are going to give us a stand with lots of motion, and stability, and good materials. instead you get a cheap tube frame and about 5 degress of motion up and down, no side to side. the frame is so cheap , i assume, bcz they engineered the weight and design of the monitor to hold it steady. in this it is marginally successful, but only by using a lot of desk space.

    controls – are a joke. i do enjoy the joystick type navigation on the power button, serving double duty as the way to nav the menu. however, you get contrast, brightness, volume….oh yeah, thats it. why have a menu?

    documentation/box contents – you get a lot of useless information, like a warning not to pour water on it, but no product spec sheet, which i immediately hunted for to put the display port thing to rest. no case badge, no stickers of any kind, no cleaning cloth, no display port cord. nothing. im sorry, you do get a cheap 6′ hdmi cable and a typical power cable.

    color. when i plugged it in, i had typical hd settings on my ben-q ips. so i immediately got a pop up warning for that. once i changed it to 4k settings, it filled up my screen but was washed out, grey. even now with brightness on 100, the top amazon blue nav bar looks muted and washed out. the white area where i am typing is kinda grimy grey. there are no controls to change this on the monitor. obviously you can use windows to calibrate, which i just took a time out from this review to do. setting brightness on 50 even though it looks like typing on a gym sock, i went through the process, only to find at the end, nothing changed at all. except my brightness control was reset to zero, giving me the ability to raise total brightness past the previous max. welcome because now i can see, but still washed out colors.

    cyber monday had some ok deals and there are screens by AOC and even LG that i should have tried. but i own lots of samsung stuff and im typically happy, so i went with this one. at 500.00 original cost i would lol in your face while i packed it up and returned it. at the 399.00 i paid i feel raw by about 150.00. this is a 250.00 monitor tops. there is way too much competition, good competition, for samsung to release this giant box of pffft.

    im going to keep it for either my 3rd or 4th favorite computer, but thats only bcz its here in my house already, but it wont ever be connected to any machine i use every day.

    skip this. people will say its the cheapest 4k so get it. but washed out colors, no vesa, simplistic controls and giant footprint on your desk make it a sure pass. i havent even tried to watch anything in 4k yet bcz it cant make web browsing look good and im too tired to get more irritated at this junk.

    oh, i forgot cable management. imagine the cheapest thinnest plastic ever, then make it thinner, and this is your backplate which covers the area where the stand screws to the screen and offers a hidden channel to run your pwr, dp, and hdmi cords down to the desk level. this demands careful thought as a previous reviewer ranted about the cables falling out. well, yes, the hdmi slot is too wide and it will fall out over time, as will the power cable, however you can coil and bend the wires to a point where you can make then exert upward pressure to keep them seated. no tape or glue needed. it takes time bcz you dont have alot of room to work in and you dont have a lot of room to coil up inches of cable in there. the fisher price backplate is not strong enough to hold it if you could. this was a design flaw and an obvious one that should have been caught and rectified during product testing. recessed, side facing ports with a usb 3.0 or 2 or 3 would have been a good addition, and one which most of the competition has included so once again im left scratching my head as to why samsung decided not to include these features.

    after i finished writing this, i have to go back and take another star off for quality of product. i hate 1 star reviews, but samsung and amazon deserve it.

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  6. Bizzaro

    (This review is for the 32″ curved monitor, the listing has 2 completely seperate monitors which is annoying if you’re looking through reviews I imagine)

    I paid for a cheap-but-still-alright-4k-monitor and so i got a cheap-but-still-alright-4k-monitor (after calibration). So i can’t exactly complain, but i will now spend the rest of the review complaining.

    Out of the box, the colours were absolutely abominable. The whole screen looked like it was smeared with ketchup and the gamma was, for lack of a better word, crap. After *very much needed* calibration, the picture actually looked pretty decent for the price with some nice colour accuracy (the highest disparity according to my spyderx was in the magenta and was only like 3.8% off). The nice colours don’t mean a whole lot when you can’t see them because they’re too dim. Because even on max brightness, the monitor is extremely dim and just barely bright enough for a cheeky midnight incognito browser session. One other thing that distracts from the pretty colours is the noticeable (but not particularly horrible) motion blur.

    It could definitely benefit from any form of VRR though. Also i don’t know what was happening with the other people’s reviews of this monitor i was getting 60hz straight out of the box. Input lag isn’t the greatest either, so that combined with the refresh rate makes it not amazing for gaming. But i don’t play many competitive games and mostly play either single player games, casual online games or do programming and editing, all of which this monitor is adequate for.

    Build quality is also kind of crap. One thing that was annoying was the fact that the joystick on the back died almost immediately, which doesn’t inspire feelings of having bought a quality product. Luckily it gave me just enough time to calibrate it properly but it is annoying that it happened so quickly. Another thing is that the stand is also kind of pants and feels like a stiff breeze could knock it over. No vesa mounts either, which i wasn’t planning on using but is still sad to not have and further exacerbates the crappy stand. One last problem i have is that the wall wart it came with is absolutely gargantuan and it can be annoying to plug in.

    I was torn over if i should give it 3 or 4 stars, because the build quality and out of the box experience are crap. But after calibration and some mounting tape, i can look past at least some of my complaints with it. And at the end of the day, anywhere under $400 Canadian is pretty dang cheap for a half-decent 4k monitor and it’s pretty alright for the price, although i probably wouldn’t pay much more than that… that being said, if i could give 3.5 stars, i would.

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  7. Joshua Billows

    I’m “happy enough” with this monitor. It’s a very good upgrade from 1080p to 4K. However, there are two problems with it that bother me and have me holding onto the box, not quite sure if I should return it.

    1) It has a strange dead “line”. Not a dead pixel – but an actual 1mm vertical line of dead pixels. It’s in the lower left of the screen, about 6-inches from the left bezel and 2 inches from the bottom – so luckily not smack-dab in the middle of the regular viewing zone. So I can live with it because most of what I do is in the upper 1/3 of the monitor (video production previews).

    2) The stand is super thin for cosmetics. It is designed to look sleek. It does. However, because it’s so thin and the monitor so big, it “bounces” as I type. I have a good, solid desk with a keyboard drawer, but this monitor has an annoying bounce to it. It’s very forward-heavy on the stand. I know the bounce will drive me nuts, so I’ll end up buying a proper stand for it. But guess what else? There’s no VESA holes, so you have to buy an adapter (about +$40 just for that). Frustrating that they didn’t include a more solid stand that can properly handle the weight of the monitor so it wouldn’t jiggle so much. It’s really annoying (happening non-stop as I type this).

    It’s got great picture, feels good to look at, and is an impressive addition to my desk, hence the high rating despite my gripes.

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  8. Neman Syed

    Creo que a la hora de comprar un monitor debemos considerar muchas cosas, entre ellas a que distancia estaremos, que se visualizará en la pantalla, para que lo vamos a usar y lo más importante el presupuesto. A todo esto, creo que el monitor me a salido muy bien considerando que pague unos $5500 por él y que lo utilizo únicamente para una consola y nada más, otra de las cosas que me gusto fue la imagen clara que ofrece y las opciones para modificar el color y su brillo aunque este conlleva un punto negativo y es su interfaz y modo de usarla ya que si me costo saber como funcionaba. En resumen, para mi fue una compra y el monitor ya que ofrece justamente lo que necesito y lo que requiero.

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  9. Robbie Ferguson

    Like: Big clear picture. Loads of room for email, calendar, etc. From that perspective, you’ll love it.

    Dislike 1: The stand is very poorly designed. It’s a centrally-positioned, single-pillar, bottom-attached, fixed-height, non-rotating stand. Because there’s only one point of attachment, the monitor wobbles like a bobble-head with every medium-intensity touch of the desk (e.g. resting elbows during a call, placing a book on the surface). If the attachment point was in the centre of the back and not the bottom, all of the mass of the monitor pivots around this one point and there’s no counterweight to dampen the wobble. The stand is fixed-height, which on a screen about the size of my entire torso, is kind of ridiculous. You’ll definitely want to move it up and down to meet the geometry of your body. (Who wants to spend this kind of money on a monitor and then rest it on books?) Because the stand is not designed to rotate, you can’t use the 30″ visible width as a 30″ visible height monitor for reading code, web pages, documents, etc. To mitigate this problem, you’ll want to spend even more money to buy a monitor arm.

    Dislike 2: The on-off switch is a little “joystick” paddle at the back. That’s just weird, guarantees you’ll never see the switch, means you always have to reach behind the monitor to turn it on/off (thankfully I have a properly functioning right arm), and if the monitor is to the left of your laptop, switch access may be interfered with by cables coming out of the left of the laptop. It requires a very awkward arm placement for the extended-duration activity of cruising through the setting options, which hopefully you don’t do on a regular basis. It’s also a moving part. Which means it may break. You’ll never hit it by mistake though, the way I always did with my capacitive button ASUS monitor. (So annoying.)

    Weird: The blue power light is on when the monitor is off, and off when the monitor is on. You might think that’s not a big deal, but it’s confusing when the screen is blank (maybe because the laptop is locked) and the power light seems off. Just discovered this is an adjustable option, so I’ve reversed it in the settings and the sense of relief is real.

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