Designed for tech-savvy professionals, the 31.5-inch UHD display enables productivity and empowers creativity with crisp details and rich imagery. This monitor supports multiple connectivity options and features a USB-C hub with power delivery for seamless collaboration in any workspace. It also provides high-speed network performance with a built-in Gigabit Ethernet port for security and blazing fast network performance. This monitor offers a sleek design with minimal bezels for a distraction-free view and a slim 2mm edge. Featuring a sleek, black finish and a flat base, this monitor is easy to integrate into any work environment.
The P32p-30's SDR image quality is solid, but it falls short of the mark for HDR. The monitor's color gamut is limited to 91 percent of DCI-P3 and 85 percent of AdobeRGB, which leaves it trailing most competitors in this price bracket. Its contrast ratio is low and it exhibits "IPS glow" in dark content, which casts a hazy gray across scenes that should appear black. The monitor's refresh rate is standard at 60Hz and it doesn't quote support for Adaptive Sync, so it won't be able to prevent screen tearing or micro-stuttering when playing video games.
The Lenovo ThinkVision P32p-30 delivers decent image quality, but the competition is faster and more capable when it comes to moving and scaling content. The monitor's IPS panel and Thunderbolt 4 support allow it to be used as a dock, which is nice for those who need to work with multiple devices or move between different PCs on-the-fly, but the Dell U3223QE has superior HDR performance at a lower price point.