It can be done, despite what the other people are saying in here. Here’s one for $229. If you can get it refurbished or Amazon Warehouse, it’ll be below $200. Acer V277U 27" LED LCD Monitor - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07M9V8XNQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_23DHSQRR452RNNR0KX8S
I would probably have recommend the LG 27UN850-W 27 which according to the reviews has a very high quality and color accurate 4K display with very small bezels and various ports. Alternatively, I would recommend have to recommend the Asus ProArt PA279CV, which is a monitor I use for photo editing and provides a great experience with similar qualities to the LG, except the PA279CV is currently out of stock on a lot of websites.
yes unless is ultra old monitor. check which VESA standart supports your monitor (usually 75x75 or 100x100) and order one.
i have this one the last 2years and is really good!
Here’s a similar one! Jump on it! Acer 27in Widescreen Monitor 16:9 1ms 75HZ WQHD (2560x1440) AMD FreeSync (Renewed) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BHPTZPZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_58MKG68G5RJPSJA7H4DT
There are stands with standard VESA mounts, it doesn't have to be a monitor arm. It's an extra cost, but an included stand being bad doesn't have to be a dealbreaker.
This is one I bought just because it was cheap and had rotation: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B072QDMRS8/
I don't love that stand because you can't easily adjust height on the fly (you tighten the screw once you've got the height adjusted), which didn't play nice for me when swapping between landscape and portrait orientations. But if your monitor never moves once you have it in place then it's totally fine. Plenty of other VESA stand options, just giving you an example.
I found this one too, but people were telling me that it's a bad monitor for some reason.
There is import duty on everything above 60E and eventually additional VAT.
Why you want to buy it from China, when you can buy it in Spain for less then 200 EUR:
Oh, only on US JAPAN/ Amazon right now...
Also, if you have made up your mind, feel free to contact me. I am happy to offer a discount more.
Hi, I've been looking at portable monitors and have two options that both seem good, but don't know which one to pick, and I can't really tell which one is the better choice, especially as they seem quite similar to me. Can you please help me figure out which one I should pick?
I would really, really like a 27" high refresh 4K monitor. But virtually all of them are edge-lit IPS ones except for the Inzone M9, which kind of laughable with its 96 zones, and some shady newcomer the GP27-FUS which isn’t released yet. And besides, even though FALD really helps with contrast (even in SDR), it still gives a lot of blooming with IPS displays for the same reason IPS has glow to begin with (backlight is just too bright because IPS isn’t very transparent).
You mean this one? At first I thought it was my dream monitor, but screw it, it’s just 60 Hz. Apparently it’s even available already, but costs a fortune.
So I’m still thinking of cramming a Neo G7 onto my desktop (to make things worse, I need two), but even if I can manage with the size, it also comes with a PPI decrease, which I’m not very happy about it. 27" 4K is definitely the way to go.
MSI Optix G273QPF https://www.amazon.com/dp/B093T973KX/ref=cm_sw_r_apanp_r3ElhSQAuY1NH
I just bought this monitor. Quality is solid so far, and it runs at 165 hz on 1440p (using display port). I'm currently using it on a gtx 970, so it should be compatible with anything at that point :D
It's on sale from the $360 price point in the us. May need to check local Amazon to see, if you can't order it from the link :)
Good luck my friend.
Thank you! Would THIS work properly with my laptop or no? Since I read that it wouldn’t support USB3.2 Gen 2 Type-C NON-THUNDERBOLT editions -which is what my laptop’s port is.
Per models listed this should fit it.
I'm looking for 24.5-25'' monitor to be completely honest,
After some search on the internet it seems like 24.5-25'' monitors are more recommended for competitive games
I have a 27'' G5 Oddessey with 144hz & 1440p too but for some reason it doesn't work well (Originally I had a different model but a panel was burnt and I had to replace the monitor using the warranty)
The G5 fails to stay consistent on 144hz, during games sometimes it feels not smooth as 144hz should be (As if it drops to 60 hz, FPS is stable on 144fps, nothing odd on the GPU / CPU performance)
In-case anyone encountered the issue above, no issue was found according to the people who provide the warranty, the only issue I could think of might be related to the electricity, my monitor needs some sort of an adapter (Transformer?) and it's plugged into a power splitter. So could it be the monitor is not getting enough electricity so it doesn't function properly? Sounds unreasonable to be honest.
I sent the monitor to be checked again using the warranty and they did not find any issues but I feel the problem will still persist so I'm looking for an alternative as a main monitor
I'm most likely going to buy this monitor (Currently on sale, costs about 200$ more at my country)
Gigabyte M27Q-X on sale on amazon $420 worth having a look
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09KMDPXF9 $250 USD I have it as my main monitor and two other 1080p on the sides. I developer software and game with it.
>Is there a specific reason you want <4k or <144Hz?
I want the ability to do 144hz for gaming, but have 4k available for using the monitor for work. I know getting both was an option, but I wanted to keep the price low. if I found a monitor that can do 144hz, but scales down to 60hz for 4k, that would be ideal as I can just switch it before powering up a game, but leave it at 4k 60hz during the work day.
it does look like the m28u is only $519 though
Over usb-c it works just fine. The issues is the distance between devices. I can't find usb-c 3m (10ft) cable with 4k 144hz support.
I actually went with the lg 27gl83a-b. It's very similar to the LG 27GL850-B but you don't get the USB hub. And I read that it just does sRGB so you don't get over-saturation issues like with the GL850.
Keep in mind, my job was paying for this monitor so I didn't want to purchase something was was too expensive. The 27gl83a-b is 280 right now which is reasonable for a 1440p monitor. The GL850 is 250. Monitors over 350 is not what we usually pay for and the extra features would be viewed as needless.
I also bought this stand from Amazon.com (will return if I don't like it):
wait I forgot the most important part haha, sorry this was rushed: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-Predator-XB273GXbmiiprzx-Compatible-Adjustable/dp/B08NCZ9P28/ref=sr_1_3?crid=348EYCZNMHCUH&keywords=acer+predator+monitor&psr=PDAY&qid=1657614984&s=prime-day&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&sprefix=acer+predator+monitor%2Cprime-day%2C93&sr=1-3
I'm a software developer and this is now my best monitor. 32" is my center monitor with 2 monitors on each side. Works great for games too.
A great deal at $250
IMO they are all overpriced and it's best to hold out for a good 4k monitor in a few years, maybe OLED. In the meantime, the 32" monoprice is a great deal at $250. For some reason this sub doesn't have a 32" category. It's best for those who use a 3 monitor setup and an ultrawide won't work. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09KMDPXF9
This monitor has all of the works with incredible reviews and is highly recommend around this subreddit but it’s unfortunately not 24 inches. Hopefully you can afford to fit this monitor in your setup because if you can’t, it’s gonna be a bummer. It’s currently on sale for $300. Good luck!
I had some dilemma about the P27U-20 a while ago, checked all the available reviews and resources and finally decided it was too unknown water for me to jump in. The displayninja review on that panel is fantastic but I saw some guys mentioning coilwhine and other minor problems.
I've used Lenovo displays at my previous workplace (P24H, P24Q), they are sturdy, ugly more or less reliable displays. The IT department liked them quite much, more than me, as they had some issues with MacOS sleep (image of the last state of the display was left on instead of the lockscreen/screensaver for some time) and connection/disconnection. Otherwise I had no problems with them.
Mac compatibility for Windows is not an issue, if your wife's laptop have an USB-C output, it will work just fine, as TB3 shall be backward compatible with DP over USB-C. (Or even a MDP<->USB-C cable will do it.)
Your monitor supports VESA MOUNTING 100x100.
VESA is the standard that the arm and the monitor supports and specifies the width of the "plate" with the holes.
Any monitor arm with this specification will work.
If you get an arm with a different dimension (not 100x100) you may get an adaptor.
E.g. the following specifies at the description supports 75x75 and 100x100, so it is good for you monitor without adapter.
(just a random arm)
You can get a pole mounted VESA arm similar to the LG with a desk clamp for like $30. Plus it can be re-used or upgraded with any other VESA gear (basically all worthwhile monitors):
Buying a monitor for the stand is silly when there's such a wide variety of VESA arms you can upgrade to.
Your USB-C cable just needs to be capable of transmitting HBR3 levels of bandwidth for DisplayPort. I personally use a USB 3.1 cable rated for 10Gbps (which is actually under spec for this, it just happens to work). I'm not sure exactly what rating USB-C needs, because the spec is such a mess, but 40Gbps should be more than enough as DP 1.4 is only ~32Gbps.
That being said, the actual reason you can only do 4k 60Hz on your Mac is probably not your cable's fault. Instead, there's a known error with Mac starting with Big Sur that broke Display Stream Compression (DSC), and some other features of DisplayPort. Because of this, Mac afflicted cannot output 4k 144Hz anymore. My MacBook is on Catalina, and if I upgrade it I loose 4k 144Hz as an option. Downgrading restores the option, so it's clearly an OS issue. There's numerous reports of this strange bug, and Apple shows no interest in fixing it.
Why would you want to use DisplayPort on the PS4? All these monitors have HDMI, so just use a straight HDMI to HDMI cable. Then the USB-C cable to the MacBook. No need to deal with finicky adapters. For the M28U's KVM you can use it with any two inputs, HDMI included.
No, all the C to C cables and hubs I found maxed out at 60hz (almost all hubs are 30hz), or just didn't specify. I don't really need faster than that to be honest, but for the same price or less I could get a C to DP at 144hz, which left my C port in the monitor free in case I wanted to add a hub to it later on. So I'm not actually sure what the advantage is of a C to C in this scenario.
That said, a reviewer says this C to C cable works at 144hz with the M32U if you turn off "Type C Compatibility". Costs 30 quid in the UK, compared to ~20 for my cable. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Thunderbolt-Supports-Transfer-Certified/dp/B095KSL2B9/
Well yeah that was my main issue is that the MAG274QRFQD EVERYONE recommends has awful colors out of the box and no srgb mode unless you download firmware which could brick your monitor or fail for many reasons.
This other one the Asus xg27aq https://www.amazon.ca/Asus-XG27AQ/dp/B08LCNNGZN/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?crid=39RVJ1WQEMW4R&keywords=xg27aqm&qid=1654624456&sprefix=xg27%2Caps%2C123&sr=8-2
Looked promising but then as you said if you use the srgb mode it locks brightness to 350 nits which is horrific.
My old monitor is legitimately terrible 1080p and TN panel but none of these new ones seem worthy of the price 😢
You may be able to use an adapter. I use something like this for one my old Dell monitors: https://www.amazon.com/VIVO-Adapter-Designed-Monitors-MOUNT-DLS024/dp/B07QW3YN87
Need to know the specific model of monitor to find the correct adaptor.
That is not a dock. It says it is an HDMI splitter, that will make a PC send two signals. A dock is marketed as a dock and connects via USB-C. Like this: Anker Docking Station, PowerExpand 12-in-1 USB-C PD Media Dock, 60W Power Delivery, 4K HDMI and DP, 2 USB-C Charging Ports, 1 USB-C and 3 USB-A 3.0 Data Ports, SD and TF Slots, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087R6W1VB/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_T7KT350PXVD7JTFR2KHZ
I have also considered this, but it's hard to find reviews on it online since it's a new unknown brand but it seems to be an awesome value
No responses so I got a USB-C to DP, attached directly to the laptop, and it's working fine so far https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B09J2F57VV/ref=ppx\_yo\_dt\_b\_asin\_title\_o00\_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I’ve just bought the MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD, and it’s sick. I edit film and colour grade as well as game. The panel is stunning, colour is accurate and response is quick. Would recommend and Amazon and curry’s are doing a good price for it. https://www.amazon.co.uk/MSI-MAG274QRF-QD-Esports-Gaming-Monitor/dp/B08PKHV1R9
ASUS TUF Gaming 27" 2K Monitor (VG27AQL1A) - QHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 170Hz (Supports 144Hz), 1ms, Extreme Low Motion Blur, DisplayHDR, Speaker, G-SYNC Compatible, VESA Mountable, DisplayPort, HDMI https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088MLC8PH/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_JFGHV4MP3G63Q6V043VV
What kind of VA model have you tried? Right now im looking for this: Huawei MateView GT 27''
Have you looked into the Asus variants of these 360hz monitors? I’ve heard nothing but good things about their reliability and quality.
Get this one if you can spend $400. It’s an 34” 1440p 144hz Ultrawide Monitor. (https://www.amazon.com/GIGABYTE-G34WQC-Ultra-Wide-Response-FreeSync/dp/B09JBLHBWJ/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?crid=YSUDNKE3LB16&keywords=1440p+ultrawide&qid=1653533513&sprefix=1440p+%2Caps%2C445&sr=8-3&ufe=app_do%3Aamzn1.fos.006c50ae-5d4c-4...) or for under $300, this one is good too. (https://www.amazon.com/LG-27GN800-B-Ultragear-Response-Compatible/dp/B08LLD2QXJ/ref=mp_s_a_1_6?crid=G6W7VU7AHFII&keywords=1440p+144hz+monitor&qid=1653533724&sprefix=1440p+%2Caps%2C433&sr=8-6&ufe=app_do%3Aamzn1.fos.006c50ae-5d4c...). But if you can I recommend to save some more money and get the ultrawide monitor.
Was looking at this one but idk if I’m buying way too much monitor, honestly don’t know a lot about monitors tbh
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the only real difference between that monitor and this one the refresh rate? Would I notice that if I'm not gaming?
Would getting this monitor be overkill? I have the opportunity to get two of them for really cheap on FB marketplace. It looks like they're intended for gaming, but is there any downside to getting 4k monitors for work? I was originally just gonna go with this one.
I've had the Asus and loved it but I game. If it's just for the items above both are great!
I recommend getting a 1440p monitor for video editing reasons and it's not much more but I do understand that budget life!
Recommendation for 1440p:
Sceptre IPS 24-Inch QHD LED Business Monitor 2560x1440 1440p DisplayPort HDMI 75Hz 300 Lux Build-in Speakers 2021 Black (E248W-QPT) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0935R8TG3/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_4HN02HK03XC8VVTCD2GZ
I've been using a BenQ XL2420G for the last 6-7 years and although I've read that IPS and VA has gotten better, I didn't want to take any chances.
So far these are the only two reasonably priced 1440p 144hz 1ms 27 inch TN Monitors I could find.
Acer XF270HU Cbmiiprx
ASUS TUF Gaming VG27BQ
I went with the ASUS one which was $279 new when I ordered it a couple of days ago, seems to have gone up to $309 at the time of this reply.
Since I had this same issue, trying to connect my gaming pc with DisplayPort to my 1st gen LG 4k UltraFine, I purchased the DeLock 63928 cable from Amazon UK (had to import it to the States), and it works great. No sound, brightness, or USB, but video works great.
PS - Not sure if you already do this, but to maximize that Legion of yours...
I got the ASUS TUF VG27AQ1A during Black Friday, and I'm really enjoying it.
Colors pop, but don't ask me about accuracy. I don't have the kind of eye for that.
Keep in mind you can use any monitor you like as long as it has a VESA mount. You can add an aftermarket stand like this for greater customization.
Idk what your specs are but this is an amazing monitor I picked up a month ago and it's IPS.
Sceptre 32 inch QHD IPS LED Monitor HDR400 2560x1440 HDMI DisplayPort up to 144Hz 1ms Height Adjustable, Build-in Speakers Gunmetal Black 2021 (E325B-QPN168) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08VTW474P/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glc_i_96YTQW0KR8BSS64JY0FJ
Here's my monitor: Acer XF270HU
1440p, 27 inches, 144hz, 1ms response time, and its a good ips panel.
I have had absolutely no issues with it
It doesnt have gsync but I haven't noticed any issues at all with an nvidia card
When i Bought it it was about $350 (3 years ago) so you can probably find a better monitor at that price range atm. but I'm honestly not sure what else you'd need from a 1440p monitor. its the perfect size, you don't really need much more that 144hz either unless you play some super optimized triple AAA games.
GL on your search
Also for /u/Cia0312
I ended up going with the alienware, and honestly couldn't be happier. I also got this monitor stand for my desk to support all 3 monitors https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B079NNC2YQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1.
And, it is AMAZING. I have so much room under my monitors for stuff, and no clunky stand bases in the way.
USB C to DisplayPort Cable and Cable Matters USB C to DisplayPort 1.4 can support [email protected]
There is only 15 reviews for this monitor. I suggest you find an reputable brand
Normally you use an USB C to DisplayPort Cable or adapter which is capped at [email protected]
USB C to DisplayPort Cable and Cable Matters USB C to DisplayPort 1.4
The gigabyte aorus fv43u fits all your criteria. It has superior color accuracy and as a bonus supports HDR 1000 certified meaning it can get incredibly bright which is great for gaming/media consumption.
Ah my bad, yeah the msi is the same panel as the samsung I believe which is honestly the main reason I didn't get it despite wanting a VA. The monitor I have is this one: LG 34GN850-B 34 Inch 21: 9 UltraGear Curved QHD (3440 x 1440) 1ms Nano IPS Gaming Monitor with 144Hz and G-SYNC Compatibility - Black (34GN850-B) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086XLLG28/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_VNZ67HEG0E55TGTD922D?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I like it and the backlight bleed really isn't that bad. You could also go with the LG C1. I have heard a lot of people use that as a monitor. As long as the room isn't too bright, you'd get better color and contrast.
I bought this one for about $250 back in March. Its a 27 inch 144hz 1080p monitor. I have a 1660 ti and it works perfectly for my setup. I made the jump from an old acer monitor and it was night and day.
They have a few models in 24 inches as well if 27 inches is too big for you and bigger if need be
i was thinking about this one https://www.amazon.com/LG-27GN800-B-Ultragear-Response-Compatible/dp/B08LLD2QXJ , but i heard that it doesn't look good in a dark room, so its quite problematic beacuse i prefer to play games in the dark
I don't know if it will work in your case, but back home I bought a desktop stand (no clamping/making a hole) that I offset to the side and that keeps the main (front) monitor maybe 2" away from the wall (the arm is flush on the wall, and basically straight... and the monitor flush on it).
I have the other ~30^^o on the left, so that has some space behind it, but yeah~
If you're already using 150% scaling with a 27 inch 1080p display, then you might have to scaled as much as 200% with a 32inch display at 4k, or more. For me, a 27inch 4k display is small but comfortable at 150%, so for you that would probably mean 200+.
4K will definitely improve text clarity, but everything will feel smaller. However due to the monitor size increase and resolution increase, you will have more screen real estate to work with. My feeling is text clarity will definitely help you, clarify is almost more important to me than actual font size.
A better compromise might be a 32inch QHD panel, 2560x1440 LG 32inch QHD
I run a 1440p on my laptop with the Quadro equivalent of a 2060ti
Its been really good to me i get 60-100fps on most games on high settings.
I use the LG 27QN600
please let me know about your review,
I have in mind buy the latest lg 27 https://www.amazon.com/LG-27UP850-W-DisplayHDR-Virtually-Borderless/dp/B08YJMMYBX/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=LG+27UP850-W&qid=1639005209&sr=8-1 but now I found this 32, my big question, is if this 32 is the same as the 27 but bigger? same specs, quality?
Not sure if you have to sign up for Honey, but I checked the price history and it looks like it's almost always $350. It just spiked up in price recently, so maybe wait a couple days/weeks until it goes down! Link here
Didn't mean to spread false info, I just figured that was the case. By the way, any particular reason you're going with 4k 60hz instead of a higher refresh rate?
Was also looking at this. Maybe a better option?
Given your use case, I wouldn't look at monitor arms which are designed for 27''-32'' monitors. The Odyssey's a tv, plain and simple. Therefore, I'd look at Tv stands and arms instead.
Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Mount-Extension-Articulating-800x400mm-Compatible/dp/B07SFWDXBW/ref=sr\_1\_2\_sspa?keywords=43%27+dual+tv+arm
Yea I know, my current monitor made sense when I bought it in 2016. Trust me I want to upgrade my GPU, I just refuse to pay $1000 for a 3060ti... hopefully 1 year from now supply issues will be better.
So, hypothetically, I picked up the Alienware for $200 today - is it worth keeping over my current Dell? Do you think the colors will be a lot better on the IPS panel?
For reference: https://www.amazon.com/ALIENWARE-AW2521HF-24-5-Gaming-Monitor/dp/B087N4LQPN/ref=sr_1_1?crid=23U50193IGL3M&keywords=alienware+240hz+24.5&qid=1637976170&qsid=147-7007195-8899935&s=electronics&sprefix=alienware+240hz+24.5%2Celectr...
It's replacing my XB271hu which is starting to have osd menu malfunctions. It's a great price considering what I paid for the acer a few years ago!
But the thing kinda worrying me is the gl being some massive downgrade over the gp, so hoping someone settles that for me.
You can get this Alienware 240hz Used Like New from Amazon for $190
I just copped one myself and made a post trying to see if it not having BFI is that big of a deal, which I would think at 240hz probably isn't.
Would something like this work? for $24
It's within the weight limit and cheap. I gave a different model of these North Bayou mounts to my buddy after using a pair for around 7 years. I had one holding a 32" monitor as well.
I switched to the amazon branded ergotron lx arms but I was happy with the elcheapos even if the range was less.
Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34 Inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate, WQHD (3440 x 1440) Display, Black - S3422DWG https://www.amazon.com/dp/B095X7RV77/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_SF0VXNX2M972MYDA87S5?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I can wholeheartedly recommend the BenQ EX2780Q. I've owned mine for around a year and it's a fantastic monitor. 1440p, 144Hz, HDR (it's alright but nothing special), built in speakers which are very good quality for built in ones (2 speakers at the front and a sub in the back). I personally use third party speakers but if you're not one desperate for perfect audio they are definitely passable.
For anything you're going to run at 144Hz, then use a DisplayPort cable - I can't recall it coming with one (it comes with a HDMI one) so I'd recommend picking one up as well, but this would be well within your budget. It also has USB-C usage as well.
I purchased it from Amazon and it arrived with no backlight bleed and zero dead pixels. Obviously with any large IPS monitor back light bleed is possible but not always the case.
One other thing! You'd mentioned you'd be using it for YouTube and Netflix - it comes with a remote control for the monitor settings and volume (as well as having a volume scroll wheel under the monitor) that might be useful for yourself!
Here's the Amazon link if you want to take a look, and this is the full spec from the BenQ Website with a little more information!
Deal of the day: Lenovo Q27q-1L 68.58 cm (27 Inches, 2560 x 1440, QHD, 75Hz, WideView, Anti-Glare) Monitor (HDMI, DisplayPort, 4ms Response Time, AMD Radeon FreeSync, Integrated Speaker, Eye Comfort & Safe) grey https://www.amazon.de/dp/B08XK1N113/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_dl_XDCF0YRTJF05F1R4F7CR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This is what I ordered. Thoughts?
It was 200€
I haven’t seen anything 4K 27” within my price range. Amazon has already started Black Friday and my options are quite limited in Denmark.
I use a BenQ EX2780Q and I love it. It's 1440p (2560 x 1440), 144Hz, HDR and has great blacks. I don't know if I got lucky but next to no backlight bleed and no dead pixels. Also, it comes with a remote as well which is handy if you're not up for fiddling with the buttons on the monitor. Not that I use them, but it also has a pretty decent built in speaker. I'd recommend the monitor if you're not looking for something that's coated in 'Gamer' decal.
That Amazon link I've provided has different model variants as I believe there are newer models that have come out, but it's good bang for your buck.
I found MSI G241
The Asus seems to have a better refresh rate and be less expensive (In my country at least) . It also has built-in speakers, has G-sync, which the AOC doesn’t. The Asus is also brighter and has one more DVI port (the DVI port part isn’t really important but I wanted to add that)
I used this website to find this info: https://pangoly.com/en/compare/monitor/asus-vg248qg-24-vs-aoc-c24g1-23-6
Eh, I think that more real estate is always better - personally I am at 27/23 now and looking to move to 32/27 - that said I am a heavy Excel user and your mileage may vary in other apps (Excel more biased against narrow screens due to how its menu bar works). By the way - MS PowerToys is invaluable for horizontal screens since it allows you to adjust the snap-to behavior for each screen independently.
I wall mounted it! Used this one but mostly because I only had one stud to work with. It's been great either way and very stable.
It's fhd at 32" at 60hz and only 250 nits brightness, I would not recommend it–if you are looking for a productivity monitor I would go with this monitor (600nzd), it looks really good and has a lot of screen real estate for analytics. What's your budget? I would
Hi! If I were you I wouldn't go with that monitor–it has really goos specs, but it uses invalid panels (panels that samsung or another manufacturer made but couldn't sell the because of dead pixels, strobing, backlight bleed, unfixable colour, and other problems). So other off brands resell them. Personally, I would go with this acer monitor, it's got the same specs but VA (still looks really good and probably better than this monitor as it has a certified panel).
i bought this one
extremely happy with it, because it has eye care and diminished blue light in options
my eyes dont hurt anymore after coding several hours
if its not available get one with low blue light
> you could look at Ultrawide 1440p monitors
I took some time to think about the options and I am thinking about 1440p ultrawide, with a revised budget of 700 to 1000
I am thinking about getting the LG UltraGear 34GP83A-B 34
Would that be a good monitor or would it be overspending? What else would you recommend?
I decided not to go 4k as I don't want to keep upgrading my gpu every year to push the frame rate as games get more intensive
I have Acer XB273B SBMIPRZX.
This is by far the best monitor I had.
The only downside it's IPS glow (not so visible, but it's there.
I don't mind the glow, because I use this monitor for Gaming.
If you take if for gaming, you will not regret it.
The G-Sync controller makes crazy smooth.
I highly recommend getting this monitor https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B099NYLFYX/ref=ox_sc_act_image_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1
I got it and love it so far! I have been using it for 4 months now highly recommend!
I bought this one on Amazon a few months ago, and I like it a lot actually. 27", 1440p, 1ms, IPS, 144hz. It's the same as the 850 variant, except it comes with a shittier stand. However I have my own mount so I didn't care about that.
Our Viotek GFI27DBXA would be a better comparison for $130.01 cheaper than the LG. This monitor is a 27" 1440p IPS 600 CD/M²
Maybe the ASUS ROG Strix XG27UQ? 144hz, 4K. $700 though...
If you're using it for consoles as well, maybe even just consider a 43 inch TV? Something like this TCL: TCL 43 inch
Or of course there's the LG C1 48 inch that would be excellent for all those uses. I'm suggesting small because you asked for a monitor, so I'm assuming it will go on a desk or in a work area.
Pretty much nobody makes 24" 1440p anymore. If you want the higher pixel density, consider a 27" 2160p/4k 144 Hz monitor. If you just want the size, then get a 24" 1440p monitor, maybe 280 Hz or similar to get more out of your rig.
But if you're adamant on getting 24" 1440p though, then there's the Dell S2417DG. It's an older TN monitor with native G-Sync. I probably wouldn't recommend it nowadays (a lot of better options for a similar price albeit not 24"), but here it is, and it seems to perform decently.
Review from Rtings
Something like this
It can go flat I just gotta move to the right a bit
Is the Monitor being flush against the wall the only thing you're looking for?
This can be done a mount similar to this : https://www.amazon.com/VideoSecu-Monitor-Screen-Maximum-Loading/dp/B000VKCIJU/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=flat+monitor+mount&qid=1632944955&sr=8-3
If you're looking for an 'Arm' type of mount that might not be doable, or at least to what you may be expecting.
Very unlikely you'll find what you're looking for with a built-in camera. I would suggest removing that from your criteria and there will be a lot more options. Here's one to check out.
The easiest way would be a Type-C >> DisplayPort cable, but they'll cost around the same as the monitor also...
This is the one I would recommend: <strong>Amazon Link</strong> but you're welcome to look at cheaper alternatives, I cannot however vouch for the performance of a cable I do not know, like this: <strong>Amazon Link</strong>
Ok well, I haven’t had time to do much research, but I think this would be good if you’re okay with a 144hz monitor https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08CS3X1R9?tag=rtings-c-mn-20&ie=UTF8 or else, I think the VG27AQ1A would be great for your needs.
I’m Canadian, the S2721DGF often comes in sale, I payed 480$ for it. And also here’s the M27Q: https://www.amazon.ca/Gigabyte-Monitor-Display-Response-FreeSync/dp/B08JWCHR5N, it’s sold in Canada but not in stock anymore…
We offer a similar monitor to about $177 less than the LG might be worth looking at. The model is VIOTEK GFI27DBXA. This is an IPS display with a 600CD/M² and is also 1440p.
go with either SAMSUNG Odyssey G7 Series 27-Inch WQHD (2560x1440) Gaming Monitor, 240Hz, Curved
or ASUS ROG Strix 27” 2K HDR Gaming Monitor (XG27AQM)
Besides from cutting a hole in the back of the desk, you can something along the lines of https://www.amazon.com/HUANUO-Dual-Monitor-Stand-Adjustable/dp/B08DJ5ZRRK/ref=pd_d_dss_r_4/146-4802928-7759538?pd_rd_w=GUTPR&pf_rd_p=2ceaf4c5-78dd-42a3-ace9-8320ff7ed390&pf_rd_r=YR9J92RQSKDH94MCFCKM&pd_rd_r=37332225-d8ee-40c6-b8d0-34a806d2ab32&pd_rd_wg=wzTox&pd_rd_i=B08DJ5ZRRK&psc=1
If you went this route, I would suggest using double sided tape/velcro tape to make it a bit more stable.
There are also ground mounted stands.
Deal: AOC Gaming 24G2U -24 Inch FHD Monitor, 144Hz, 1ms, IPS, AMD FreeSync, Height Adjust, Speakers, USB Hub, Low Input Lag (1920x1080 @ 144Hz, 250cd/m², HDMI/DP/VGA/USB 3.0) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Y3RYLVH/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_dl_M4K6BZD3S2616RSFME7A?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This is the monitor I was looking and it uses the new panel not the old panda one.