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HP 24xw IPS Monitor, Full HD 23.8" £99.95 at John Lewis, 2 year guarantee.

£99.95 @ John Lewis
This is full HD 23.8" IPS monitor, from a well known manufacturer, for under £100, and with a two year guarantee included, which seems a very good deal. I have purchased it to use for photo editing. … Read More
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This is full HD 23.8" IPS monitor, from a well known manufacturer, for under £100, and with a two year guarantee included, which seems a very good deal. I have purchased it to use for photo editing.
I ordered this yesterday from John Lewis at £109.95 and I am awaiting delivery. Since then, Curry's have lowered their price from £149.99 to £99.99, and John Lewis have further reduced their price to £99.95.
I have now submitted a price match claim to John Lewis to match their latest price reduction.
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1 Like #1
Decent deal. 2 x HDMI but no Displayport. Also no VESA mount, for those who care
1 Like #2
What's the response time and refresh rate on this? I.e. would it be suitable for gaming?
3 Likes #3
rtd30
What's the response time and refresh rate on this? I.e. would it be suitable for gaming?


Actually just found on HP website it's 8ms response time, not ideal for gaming!
#4
JL site says 5ms response time and wall mountable...?
#5
60hz
1 Like #6
Good job JL are making up the warranty shortfall, a default of 1 yr is pretty poor.
#7
My son is getting Alienware for gaming off his dad, he wants a spare monitor in our house will this do the job?
1 Like #8
Booreba
My son is getting Alienware for gaming off his dad, he wants a spare monitor in our house will this do the job?
Not recommended for gaming, I'm pretty sure a gaming monitor with 144hz refresh rate will take advantage of his hardware so he can play with super smooth framerates.
#9
Good deal, the 22in is usually £120, this monitor looks quite stunning in the flesh too.
1 Like #10
Darkraiser
Booreba
My son is getting Alienware for gaming off his dad, he wants a spare monitor in our house will this do the job?
Not recommended for gaming, I'm pretty sure a gaming monitor with 144hz refresh rate will take advantage of his hardware so he can play with super smooth framerates.

Thanks I'll know what to look for now
#11
would this be a good monitor to play xbox one on
#12
same at currys, bought one yesterday, with 2y warranty
#13
Thanks OP
2 Likes #14
mkara
JL site says 5ms response time and wall mountable...?
It is wall mountable, but apparently it needs an optional special bracket which slots into where the desk stand fits, the optional bracket can then be attached to a Vesa bracket.
Due to the slim profile of these monitors, it is probably not surprising that the manufacturers are a bit wary of fitting Vesa mounts, the top section of the monitor is only 15mm thick, so there would not be much room for error in fixing screw sizes. :)
The monitor has just arrived, I have also just received an email from John Lewis stating they will be refunding me £10 to match their price reduction from the £109.95 price I paid yesterday.

Edited By: giltbrook on Nov 26, 2016 15:54
#15
Will this work with a MacBook? Thank you!
#16
I have just connected up the monitor and the default brightness setting on start up was set to 90, which was far too bright so I have dropped it to 40.
For anyone trying to justify a reason for buying this particular monitor, the power consumption, with the brightness set to 40, is 11 watts, so you will be helping to save the planet ;)
#17
4puddibf
Will this work with a MacBook? Thank you!

It should do....as long as you got a dongle...if 2016
#18
does this have a built in speaker?
#19
jg213
4puddibf
Will this work with a MacBook? Thank you!
It should do....as long as you got a dongle...if 2016

What dongle is required? thanks
#20
grimmer2015
does this have a built in speaker?
No
#21
Ordered thanks, been waiting for a decent priced 24" monitor.
#22
The_Pope
Decent deal. 2 x HDMI but no Displayport. Also no VESA mount, for those who care


What's a display port?
#23
I punted. hopefully it's worth it
1 Like #24
A shame it's HP.. rather save my money and conscience
1 Like #25
gogboy
The_Pope
Decent deal. 2 x HDMI but no Displayport. Also no VESA mount, for those who care


What's a display port?


really?
#26
Bought this yesterday from Currys. Great monitor. Wish the deal had been up yesterday otherwise I would of got it from JL.
#27
on curry ebay store
get 1000 nectar points
or direct from currys website and get 12% cashback via quidco
1 Like #28
rtd30
rtd30
What's the response time and refresh rate on this? I.e. would it be suitable for gaming?
Actually just found on HP website it's 8ms response time, not ideal for gaming!
Er... it would be fine for most gamers needs at 8ms
60fps is 16ms
#29
ozzmosiz
gogboy
The_Pope
Decent deal. 2 x HDMI but no Displayport. Also no VESA mount, for those who care


What's a display port?


really?


Really yes if it's not for a display Vga Or DVI as it says it has VGA
#30
grimmer2015
on curry ebay store
get 1000 nectar points
or direct from currys website and get 12% cashback via quidco
I don't see a 12% cashback for monitors? only for smart TVs.
#31
this vs my Dell 27-inch UltraSharp U2711
#32
gogboy
ozzmosiz
gogboy
The_Pope
Decent deal. 2 x HDMI but no Displayport. Also no VESA mount, for those who care
What's a display port?
really?
Really yes if it's not for a display Vga Or DVI as it says it has VGA

Ignore the unhelpful troll.

DP is simply a connection interface popular with computer monitors, the gold standard.
#33
That has to be one of the ugliest stands I've ever seen
#34
It will work fine on a Mac so long as it has a HDMI port. You will only need a dongle if you have a very recent MacBook that doesn't have HDMI. If that's the case you will need USB C to HDMI dongle
#35
Thanks!
#36
Does this work with an xbox one?
#37
hwangeruk
rtd30
rtd30
What's the response time and refresh rate on this? I.e. would it be suitable for gaming?
Actually just found on HP website it's 8ms response time, not ideal for gaming!
Er... it would be fine for most gamers needs at 8ms
60fps is 16ms

Exactly. I have this monitor and it's fantastic for gaming! So smooth. Also has an Overdrive function in the menu that reduces the response time to 7ms for gamers. Disabled by default to save power.
#38
4puddibf
Will this work with a MacBook? Thank you!

If you can output to HDMI, yes. The stand is designed like that so you can place a laptop under the monitor more elegantly.

Edited By: Conorino on Nov 27, 2016 14:00
#39
Ordered and heat added .. Ta :-)
#40
B******. I bought this monitor with the HP 510 deal on Thursday! Back to Curry's for my £50 back!

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