Asus VX24AH 24 inch QHD (2560 X 1440) IPS Monitor - £189.97 @ Amazon
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Asus VX24AH 24 inch QHD (2560 X 1440) IPS Monitor - £189.97 @ Amazon

£189.97£199.975%Amazon Deals
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Found 9th Dec 2017
Has long been one of the cheapest QHD ips monitors on the market, and this is the cheapest it has ever been at Amazon. It is advertised as a "gaming monitor", but by the looks of it, it doesn't have Freesync so it may not be worth it for gaming if you own an AMD card. That being said, it is IPS so it would work really well as an office/video editing/professional monitor.

  • Lifelike visuals with 24 inch 16:9 2560x1440 with 100% sRGB 178 degrees wide-viewing angle
  • Extensive connectivity with native WQHD content support with dual HDMI and VGA. Kensington lock security
  • ASUS QuickFit Virtual Scale and SplendidPlus Video Intelligence technology for true what you see is what you get
  • ASUS Eye Care technology with Flicker-Free and Low Blue Light for less eye fatigue

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Asus customer service sucks ass, avoid
Edited by: "Tacavas" 9th Dec 2017
27" is the sweet spot for 1440p
Yakkal30327 m ago

27" is the sweet spot for 1440p


I don't mind 27", but 25" 1440p is perfect. 27" 1440p reminds me of 24" 1080p, the extra 3 inches make a big difference. Wish there were more 25" monitors around, 26" would be perfect but that's just me being very picky haha
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zed6853 m ago

Asus customer service sucks ass, avoid


What happens if you buy an Ass from them and it needs sucking?
I swaped with my colleague my 27" 1440p for 24" 1080p for couple months. Now I'm back to my 27" 1440p and the difference is like night and day, can't use 1080p anymore how hard I tried :-D
zed683 h, 22 m ago

Asus customer service sucks ass, avoid



Completely agree. I wont go into my woes...just assume the worst and you wont be far wrong.
stick an Asus tinkerboard on the back , and you have a nice PC
I have read many posts about Asus and their customer support being a problem. A pity really as they seem to make good motherboards and routers.

I have found Gigabyte with their UK based support to be excellent.

I have kicked myself for not buying the 24" Benq at 1440p for £150 a while back.
My dual monitor setup really needs a replacement for the 24" 1080p Dell 2409, it is very dull now.

This seems to be a good enough choice for what it offers.
Edited by: "VimesUK" 10th Dec 2017
wow 5%
''Not much different from 1080p, no noticable difference. Pointless. I'll stick to my 1080p monitor like its 2007''

Every 1080p user who cant afford to run 1440p
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