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Thomson 32" HD (1366x768) LED Monitor $179 Delivered @ Australia Post


This Thomson 32-inch HD Monitor is the ideal desktop companion for your home office or study. Connect via VGA or HDMI ports for a clear, crisp and borderless viewing experience. HDMI cable included.

Get a premium Thomson 32" HD LED Monitor to open up a whole world of opportunity for your home office or study. This stand-alone computer screen extends or duplicates your display to allow for multiple documents or applications to be worked on at once. With a slimline design and a borderless screen display, this monitor connects to a laptop, computer or another device for work, study, gaming or leisure. Connect via a VGA or HDMI cable, plug your headphones straight into the monitor, and work away!

Slimline and borderless black design
1366x768p HD resolution for clear and crisp viewing
1 x VGA and 1 x HDMI connection port
Connect your earphones directly into the monitor
HDMI cable included
Hang your TV on a lounge room wall, with VESA-standard wall mounting capabilities (200X100mm)

Packaging Dimensions (L x W x H):
79 x 50 x 11 cm

6.5 kg

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  • +4 votes

    Screen for nan


      Almost a fair trade. I'll need you to throw in another $100 though.


    32in only hd must be terrible for pc usage

  • +1 vote

    That resolution makes it a NOPE


      See comment above. Great for nan with 75 yo eyes and cataracts. Any more pixels would be wasted. Only thing is people with poor eyesight would also benefit from high brightness and high contrast which this monitor probably lacks.

  • +7 votes

    Came here to complain about 1080p at 32", then found out it's actually 786p.

    Hard to see where this would be useful - surely a 24" 1080p would be a better option even for the vision impaired - at 768p 32", text will just be a blurry mess.

    Edit to add - a quick look at Centrecom shows plenty of name-brand (Samsung, ASUS, etc) 24" 1080p monitors under $150, 27" 1080p around $200-$220, and a couple of budget 32" 1440p under $300 (AOC and Viewsonic). Any of those would, IMO, be a better option for 99.999% of buyers.


    Crikey look at the resolution!! Should be given away for free!!


    This is actually a joke right?


    Pixels nearly twice the size of 1080p 24"
    0.518mm vs 0.276mm



  • +1 vote

    Might as well get the 32" TV for $149. Same crappy resolution but at least it doubles as a TV.



      Yeah I see a lack of a deal here. if it this was under $100 then it might be ok, but there are many 720p/32 inch TVs/Monitors that are under $200.

  • +3 votes

    Flyscreen door simulator.



  • +2 votes

    With all due respect, how is this a deal?


    Not a deal. Even the 40" FHD version was $49 a few months ago: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/599328


    For all the Potato Vision connoisseurs.


    I have a 32" TV in the bedroom with HD resolution (1280x720), but it's acceptable because I sit a few meters away from it. This is a monitor where most people will sitting a lot closer, this resolution will just sux.


    Who voted for this as a deal?

    Reveal yourself!

  • -1 vote

    oh australia post, why dont you just focus on how to deliver with cheaper cost and accuracy, instead of trying to beat jbhifi by selling junks, and still paying your CEO millions salary plus designer watches?


      Posties have been doing a great job, especially during a pandemic. A bit harsh of you to be pulling them up over a monitor…

      Hate/outrage culture nowadays… 🙄

  • +1 vote

    Save up money and buy a FHD at minimum or QHD or a 4K … Don't waste $179 on buying landfill. Not a deal.

    Don't disrespect or be a tight wad to your gran, buy her a FHD at minimum, she's earnt it and deserves it…


    anti deal


    OMG. How is this monitor even legal?


    Why does this panel even exist lol