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Acer G247HYL 24" IPS LED Full HD Monitor, VGA, DVI & HDMI, 4ms, £94.98 delivered from ebuyer.com

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I been looking out for a 24" IPS monitor for office work and would like to also to do some light hobby based video editing. It's not for gaming purposes but still does feature 4ms response time. I … Read More
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7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago
I been looking out for a 24" IPS monitor for office work and would like to also to do some light hobby based video editing. It's not for gaming purposes but still does feature 4ms response time.

I was looking keeping it under £100. It comes with VGA, DVI & HDMI inputs. Seemed to me to be the best sub-£100 spend for an all purpose office based IPS monitor, on sale at the moment.

I would have liked if it was mountable and if it had speaker but these would have been bonus features rather then a requirement. I needed a monitor urgently so just placed the order.

It might help someone looking for something similar. If there is something available for sale at present that meets the same requirement for the same budget, it would be helpful if those options can be highlighted to help other hot deal seekers.
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#1
Technical specification

Display
• Panel Technology: IPS
• Size cm: 60
• Size Inch: 23.8
• Format: 16:9
• Display dimensions (mm): 527x296
• Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.267
• Resolution: [email protected]
• Frequency (H/V): 30-80KHz/55-75Hz
• PPI: 95
• Rsp time (ms): 4
• Dynamic Contrast ratio: 100M:1
• Brightness (cd/m2): 250
• H/V° CR 10:1: 178/178
• H/V° CR 5:1: 178/178
• Colors: 16.7M
• Bit: 6Bit+A-FRC
• Color Gamut: 72% NTSC
• Backlight type: LED
• Screen coating hardness: 3H
• OS Compliance: Win8 compliant

Video Input
• VGA
• DVI (w/HDCP)
• HDMI

Ergonomics
• Kensington Support: Yes
• Tilt: -5°~ 15°

Power
• Power Supply: External
• Off/Standby (W): 0.45Sleep (W): 0.49
• Min On (W): 25
• Power On (W): 20

Features
• Wide Viewing Angle
• Flicker-Less
• Blue Light Filter
• Comfyview
• ZeroFrame

Dimensions
• WxHxD: 540x407x185mm
#2
The other point that caught my eye was the feature listed as Blue Light Filter - Acer G7 series monitor: Acer Blue Light Filter technology reduces eye strain.
#3
Why is this not so hot
1 Like #4
mubashar
The other point that caught my eye was the feature listed as Blue Light Filter - Acer G7 series monitor: Acer Blue Light Filter technology reduces eye strain.
You can add a very good version of this to any screen using flux. https://justgetflux.com/
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lomax
mubashar
The other point that caught my eye was the feature listed as Blue Light Filter - Acer G7 series monitor: Acer Blue Light Filter technology reduces eye strain.
You can add a very good version of this to any screen using flux. https://justgetflux.com/

Twilight on Android phones, and IOS 10 has Nightshift built in which you have to enable in the settings if you want to use it.
2 Likes #6
lomax
mubashar
The other point that caught my eye was the feature listed as Blue Light Filter - Acer G7 series monitor: Acer Blue Light Filter technology reduces eye strain.
You can add a very good version of this to any screen using flux. https://justgetflux.com/

+1 one to this, once you've used flux you'll hate using a pc without it.

Edited By: Russ555 on Dec 16, 2016 16:31
#7
This seems like a good budget gaming monitor. Am I right?
1 Like #8
Turret
This seems like a good budget gaming monitor. Am I right?

I'm not into the gaming scene so not authoritive but my understanding for primarily gaming monitors, you may be able to find faster (1ms) TN panel monitors for under £100, e.g.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aoc-24-inch-led-gaming-monitor-1-ms-response-time-display-port-hdmi-vga-75-hz-vesa-2561841

Here is example one for a bit over £100 (1ms TN panel):
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015510NDM/ref=dp_cerb_3

If you are seeking a monitor for general/office use and will also use it for gaming, then arguably this should be on your shortlist.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015510NDM/ref=dp_cerb_3
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mubashar
Turret
This seems like a good budget gaming monitor. Am I right?
I'm not into the gaming scene so not authoritive but my understanding for primarily gaming monitors, you may be able to find faster (1ms) TN panel monitors for under £100, e.g. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aoc-24-inch-led-gaming-monitor-1-ms-response-time-display-port-hdmi-vga-75-hz-vesa-2561841
Here is example one for a bit over £100 (1ms TN panel):https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015510NDM/ref=dp_cerb_3
If you are seeking a monitor for general/office use and will also use it for gaming, then arguably this should be on your shortlist.https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015510NDM/ref=dp_cerb_3

Not true. "Gaming" monitors is just a way to overprice cheap TN panels. General gaming is better on IPS due to the colours. For competitive, fast-paced games, then yes you'd want the lower response times and higher refresh rate of TN panels but you'll take a huge hit in visuals. For the majority of consumers, an IPS is a far better trade off.

There are high refresh rate IPS panels but they're extremely expensive at the moment and response times will still be 6-12ms


Edited By: Hedja on Dec 16, 2016 17:37
#10
I had ordered a similar HP monitor for £5 less off Very using a 10% code but Yodel were a beacon of incompetence and couldn't deliver it. Very then wanted me to re-order and the code couldn't be used again so that wasn't happening.

So this will make a great alternative and is 24 not 22". Cheers OP! Heat added
#11
HD monitors have been around £100 for a few years now. The push is to start getting some decent 1440p down in price with the gpu's to support them.
#12
FlashDave
HD monitors have been around £100 for a few years now. The push is to start getting some decent 1440p down in price with the gpu's to support them.

Sub-£100 24" HD monitors have indeed been around for a long time. However, branded 24" FHD IPS monitors with response time of 4ms and input options of VGA, DVI and HDMI for under £100 is less common.
#13
I'd love a recommendation for a 27" IPS monitor if anyone knowledgeable might have one. Will be used for movies, watching football and working with photoshop. No gaming. Thanks guys.
#14
Looks like price went up to £104.99

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