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BenQ GL2450HM 24" Monitor 2ms £109.99 @ Amazon

£109.99 @ Amazon
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#1
Damn just bought 2 of these before christmas for eyefinity, great little monitors :)
#2
Not voting cold but they were 88 quid delivered just least week.
#3
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rehanraza80
Not voting cold but they were 88 quid delivered just least week.
where from?
#4
Halfmad
Damn just bought 2 of these before christmas for eyefinity, great little monitors :)


What's that?
#5
rehanraza80
Not voting cold but they were 88 quid delivered just least week.
I think that was the 21.5" version for 88, the 24" has never been that low, from amazon anyway
1 Like #6
jkadz
rehanraza80
Not voting cold but they were 88 quid delivered just least week.
I think that was the 21.5" version for 88, the 24" has never been that low, from amazon anyway

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B005OPLG0O/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

This is the lowest price it has ever been on amazon.co.uk
#7
I have one of these myself for PC gaming such as CSGO. Really nice monitor.
#8
Damm i knew i should of waited bought this one the other day Your text here
#9
I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?
#10
Great price, heat
1 Like #11
Billythebubble
I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?

Get this. IPS is cheaper than TN panels I believe, this will be great for gaming.

I'm thinking of returning my Asus 27" for this as its a bit too big
#12
I use this for my PS4 gaming and its the best screen i've personally used.
#13
kiish
Billythebubble
I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?

Get this. IPS is cheaper than TN panels I believe, this will be great for gaming.

I'm thinking of returning my Asus 27" for this as its a bit too big

Thats good advise thank you, I wanted a 27" monitor until read a few comments on UKHotdeals which tbh helped me lower my expectations to 24" (driving my wife mad being so indecisive "which make or model should I buy?)
1 Like #14
Billythebubble
kiish
Billythebubble
I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?

Get this. IPS is cheaper than TN panels I believe, this will be great for gaming.

I'm thinking of returning my Asus 27" for this as its a bit too big

Thats good advise thank you, I wanted a 27" monitor until read a few comments on UKHotdeals which tbh helped me lower my expectations to 24" (driving my wife mad being so indecisive "which make or model should I buy?)

If you're going to sit near the monitor then i would go for this, 27 a bit too big for close usage.
#15
Mrs bought me this monitor for Christmas last year, and it's really good monitor. Had to fiddle with the settings and put it into gaming mode, but after that it's great.

Would buy another if I had the money spare.
#16
I sold a few of these through Ebay, for less than this.
They are rubbish.
£20 more will get you a much better monitor from Asus etc.
I've never understood why these BenQ get good reviews. I must assume they are from people who have not seen a good monitor.
#18
kiish

Get this. IPS is cheaper than TN panels I believe,

Generally, in terms of price:

TN (cheapest)
IPS
VA
Premium IPS or VA panel (most expensive)

Of course, you can buy gaming monitors which have higher refresh rates or GSYNC and these can be very costly.
#19
kiish
Billythebubble
I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?

Get this. IPS is cheaper than TN panels I believe, this will be great for gaming.

I'm thinking of returning my Asus 27" for this as its a bit too big
This is a TN Monitor though, unless their title is misleading?
#20
will3000
I sold a few of these through Ebay, for less than this.
They are rubbish.
£20 more will get you a much better monitor from Asus etc.
I've never understood why these BenQ get good reviews. I must assume they are from people who have not seen a good monitor.


hi please give me the name of that panel that cost 20 quid extra. thanks
#21
I goggled ASUS and this came back http://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-VE247H-Widescreen-Intelligence-Technology/dp/B004T2LMP2
ASUS VE247H 24 inch LED Widescreen Full HD 1080p Support with HDMI 2ms Response Time Splendid? Video Intelligence Technology
by ASUS
RRP: £169.00
Price: £145.05 FREE UK delivery


Edited By: davebuttle on Jan 04, 2015 16:51: link did not work?
#22
Been hitting this price on and off for the last 2 years, good monitor and was going to buy 2 more for my lad for Xmas to go nvidia surround with the one he has already got but ended up getting 3 GL2460HM for £119.99 each, bezel is much smaller on it.
#23
will3000
I sold a few of these through Ebay, for less than this.
They are rubbish.
£20 more will get you a much better monitor from Asus etc.
I've never understood why these BenQ get good reviews. I must assume they are from people who have not seen a good monitor.

What a load of tosh ! For the money and if on a budget they are a good TN monitor.
#24
Cheap tat. Cold.
#25
Same price as I paid a year ago on Amazon. Good buy. Great for gaming. Not sure it is a deal.
#26
Such mixed reactions?
#27
Good little monitor, just bought a 24" acer through argos sale with my nectar points only cost me £80, good price for a 24" monitor though,
banned#28
Buttmonk3y
Is this better than the BenQ one here?


If you want it purely for fps gaming, then get the benq with its lower repose time. Otherwise this screen has better image quality.
#29
kiish
Billythebubble
I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?

Get this. IPS is cheaper than TN panels I believe, this will be great for gaming.

I'm thinking of returning my Asus 27" for this as its a bit too big [/quot
kiish
[quote=Billythebubble]I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?

Get this. IPS is cheaper than TN panels I believe, this will be great for gaming.

I'm thinking of returning my Asus 27" for this as its a bit too big


Its the other way round, TN is cheaper than IPS because it does not look as good (but has faster response times)
1 Like #30
Billythebubble
I was on a crusade this Christmas for Samsung Evo 840 SSD, All in one printer and 24" monitor - so far all I managed to squeeze out of my pocket was the printer and hopefully now the monitor until I recall its a TN not IPS model?

Some correct me if I am wrong, is there much difference between TN and IPS monitors for gaming?
In my day we bought <5ms or lower?

TN -
Lower response times.
Lower input lag.
Can reach higher refresh rates but some, like this one, are still 60hz.
Cheaper.
Overall only really useful for budget monitors or gaming.

IPS -
Better color reproduction.
Better viewing angles.
Overall better for daily use, video editing or anything like that.

If your using them for gaming, then TN panels blow IPS out the water. Otherwise go with an IPS panel.
#31
Put one of these monitors in my Amazon wish list in September when it was £4 more expensive.
#32
my son has two of these and is very happy with the brand , screen quality and functions for gaming
#33
I had an Amazon voucher and bought the 21.5 inch for £63 the other day. I have to say for gaming it's pretty damn good.

Borderlands 2 with 120+ FPS with an overclocked G3258 and a R9 280. :D

Edited By: ollie87 on Jan 04, 2015 11:42: None
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Panda221
will3000
I sold a few of these through Ebay, for less than this.
They are rubbish.
£20 more will get you a much better monitor from Asus etc.
I've never understood why these BenQ get good reviews. I must assume they are from people who have not seen a good monitor.

What a load of tosh ! For the money and if on a budget they are a good TN monitor.

The colour reproduction is very poor and the viewing angles are just unreal. Build quality is also lower than the many screeens I have bought and sold. Noticed lots of ghosting too.... Is what happens whe cheap tat is tuned to 2ms, so pointless.

Literally just £10 more will get you a much better screen. So the 'for the money' point you raise is actualy 'tosh'

This for example is an excellent screen, and possibly the best value one going. It's even IPS. Blows the BenQ out in every single way
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00GGQFP9S?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00



Edited By: will3000 on Jan 04, 2015 11:54
1 Like #35
Just received mine. Very good so far. Warning is that the colours are not that vibrant but photo mode does help a lot with this issue.

Edited By: zacy5000 on Jan 06, 2015 01:25: added info
#36
Asus VS239HV only £112.98 on Ebuyer or £109.83 on Dabs with free delivery on both


Edited By: Billythebubble on Jan 04, 2015 18:05: Updated text
#37
will3000
This for example is an excellent screen, and possibly the best value one going. It's even IPS. Blows the BenQ out in every single way http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00GGQFP9S?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00
Slower response time and no speakers (from what I could see) could be factors for people, so it doesn't blow it out of the water in every way. You're comparing different monitor types that are better for different applications (as said above).

I've got two BenQ (XL2411T) and the quality is very good, it's a good brand, but at the end of the day you get what you pay for so a cheaper monitor will have lower response times etc., I've personally not used an ASUS before though, so idea on their quality but they seem to be well regarded.

Edited By: TH3R4POR on Jan 04, 2015 18:03
#38
Applying for a flubit deal, heard nothing back yet
#39
juicylucy123
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rehanraza80
Not voting cold but they were 88 quid delivered just least week.
where from?
it was from amazon and yes above user may b right cuz i bought the 22" for 88£ however with flubit i was able to bring it down to 78 quid but again that was 22 not 24"
#40
jkadz
rehanraza80
Not voting cold but they were 88 quid delivered just least week.
I think that was the 21.5" version for 88, the 24" has never been that low, from amazon anyway

yes i think you are right i was 21.5 not 24 but u paying 21 quid extra to get 2" so

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