This 32-inch LG IPS monitor is the priciest on the list, but it's also the biggest and burliest monitor we tested to make the cut. At 32 inches, it's much more than a laptop screen upgrade, and can easily stand in as a centerpiece to a power user's desk or workstation. With a big, curved monitor like this, you're basically getting two (laptop) size screens side by side.
If you're wondering why this relatively huge monitor is only a little more affordable than the 24-inch displays on the list, it's because of its resolution. With Full HD (1080p) resolution, the pixel-per-inch count is fairly low. During use, this results in full-screen images looking pretty pixelated, if you're sitting at regular "monitor" distances. If you want to use the 32MA70HY for fullscreen gaming or for watching movies or TV, you should probably sit about the same distance you would from a 1080p TV, or you're going to get the so-called "screen door effect."
It's clear from this monitor's marketing materials and extra features, however, that it's intended to be used as a kind of multi-screen workstation. LG's "Screen Split 2.0" feature allows you to create various combinations of separate windows on the screen, allowing users to view spreadsheets, documents, photographs, etc. "in separate windows at the same time for more efficient multitasking." While this is already something of a feature for Windows 10 PCs, it's a nice addition here, especially if you're augmenting a Mac, Chromebook, or older Windows device.