Author Topic: Qnix UHD32R Review: 4K Glossy* AUO AHVA Panel with AMD Free-Sync  (Read 1138 times)

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Build, Features & Stand

Qnix UHD32R Front View by Deepinthesky Teslastorm, on Flickr

The Qnix UHD32R is a very simple monitor in terms of the features and stand it comes with.  The white plastic stand only allows for the monitor to be tilted, but it is quite sturdy, and the stand base has a round indentation for the included round wired remote which has four preset keys, including one to bring up the Input switching menu, four arrow keys and an Ok button the center which acts as an enter key.  The quality of the casing is very poor since it is quite flimsy and thin.  The casing is flimsy enough that it seems like one could easily snap the panel in half, and the silver metal front top and side bezel, and the bottom plastic front bezel piece put pressure on the LCD and cause back-light bleed.  I was able to reduce the back-light bleed by removing the front bezels and loosening some of the screws while viewing a black screen in the dark.

The UHD32R has 1x 3.5mm Audio Out (untested), 1x Displayport (4K @60hz), 1x HDMI 2.0 (4K @60hz) and 3x HDMI 1.4a which do not support 3840x2160 at 60hz.  The video outputs are on the back right side and are face out horizontally.

« Last Edit: August 09, 2018, 09:37:23 pm by NCX »