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Asus 24inch IPS Monitor 2560x1440 £199.49 (£11.50 delivery) @ SCAN

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Asus 23.8" Frameless IPS 2560x1440 (WQHD) 60Hz 5ms response time 300 cd/m² 1 x 3.5mm Audio In 1 x D-Sub 2 x HDMI with MHL 1 x Headphone Inbuilt speaker Seems like a … Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Asus

23.8"

Frameless

IPS

2560x1440 (WQHD)

60Hz

5ms response time

300 cd/m²

1 x 3.5mm Audio In 1 x D-Sub 2 x HDMI with MHL 1 x Headphone

Inbuilt speaker

Seems like a good price for a 2K monitor

Note: £11.50 DELIVERY

Model: Asus VX24AH 23.8"
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#1
The price might be fine but I've never heard anyone say that 1440p at 24" is a good user experience.
#2
pr2thej
The price might be fine but I've never heard anyone say that 1440p at 24" is a good user experience.

Why wouldn't it? Resolution alone could never dictate user experience.
#3
pr2thej
The price might be fine but I've never heard anyone say that 1440p at 24" is a good user experience.
Agreed, 27" + would be better. This is still good for someone with limited space...
#4
pr2thej
The price might be fine but I've never heard anyone say that 1440p at 24" is a good user experience.
Agreed. WQHD suits 27" and above.
#5
It's fine for a software developer. We have some nice Dell monitors at the same size and resolution, though 27" is preferable if you can afford it.
#6
cannibalwombat
pr2thej
The price might be fine but I've never heard anyone say that 1440p at 24" is a good user experience.
Why wouldn't it? Resolution alone could never dictate user experience.

Not from experience but I've heard that this high a resolution on a (relatively) small screen renders the text too small to be readable leaving you to have to play with Windows rather buggy UI scaling tools. That's been enough to put me off 1440p 24". However you are getting a lot for your money here, especially with the ips panel.
#7
pr2thej
cannibalwombat
pr2thej
The price might be fine but I've never heard anyone say that 1440p at 24" is a good user experience.
Why wouldn't it? Resolution alone could never dictate user experience.
Not from experience but I've heard that this high a resolution on a (relatively) small screen renders the text too small to be readable leaving you to have to play with Windows rather buggy UI scaling tools. That's been enough to put me off 1440p 24". However you are getting a lot for your money here, especially with the ips panel.

UI scaling in Windows 10 is a lot better. I have a 14" 1080P laptop and was worried that scaling would be cack but it's better than I expected. Still not perfect, but definitely an improvement. I think I'd still prefer to go 27" though. Lack of VESA mounting holes would also put me off this one.
#8
Yep I'm looking for an 27" at this resolution still heat :D

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