L24q-10 - 23.8" Quad HD IPS Monitor £129.99 direct from Lenovo
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L24q-10 - 23.8" Quad HD IPS Monitor £129.99 direct from Lenovo

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Found 23rd Nov 2018Edited by:"ls001hk"
Great price direct from Lenovo.

Best price previously was £139.99 from Currys.
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Seems a great deal!
Great price. If this was 100hz I would bag a couple.
Crazy price for an IPS 1440p monitor
Sadly no VESA by the looks of the spec and pictures.
Warranty Period: One year

Is that stingy or what !?
SUMMONER39 m ago

Warranty Period: One yearIs that stingy or what !?


You can only conclude they aren't that confident about their product - and they know exactly how its made and who by.
Is this 100% 1440p?
Yes it is 1440p as the maximum resolution is 2560x1440.
M_z23rd Nov 2018

You can only conclude they aren't that confident about their product - and …You can only conclude they aren't that confident about their product - and they know exactly how its made and who by.




3 years warranty according to a screen shot of the same model displayed on Amazon.co.uk where the guy that posted a review indicating it was available for £98 back on the 13th July '18, although camelx3 and keepa.com haven't got any reference to that pricepoint.


I bought one yesterday, it's on its way for delivery on Monday. I'm keeping the screenshot as a customer services persuader/aide in the event anything goes wrong after year one. Then I can sue them or an out of court settlement.

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According to their website
pcsupport.lenovo.com/gb/…078

WARRANTY AND SERVICE INFORMATION
WARRANTY PERIOD: Three/One years

WARRANTY SERVICE: Customer Carry-in or Mail-in using Rapid Replacement Service.
If warranty service is required, call the Customer Support Center. The Customer Support Center will assist with problem determination and initiate shipment of a replacement unit, if needed, to the customer's location by express delivery. For calls received by 5:00 p.m. customer's time, in most cases, the replacement unit will arrive within two business days (excluding holidays). The replacement unit becomes the property of the customer in exchange for the failed unit, which becomes the property of Lenovo. Pack the failed unit into the shipping carton that contained the replacement unit and return to Lenovo. Transportation charges, both ways, are paid by Lenovo. Failure to use the carton in which the replacement unit was received could result in charges incurred by the customer for damage to the failed unit during shipment.

Edited by: "TopTrump" 24th Nov 2018
Do you know it will be good for photo editing? Apparently it has 99% (some say 100%) sRGB coverage?
jakub.gawinski24th Nov

Do you know it will be good for photo editing? Apparently it has 99% (some …Do you know it will be good for photo editing? Apparently it has 99% (some say 100%) sRGB coverage?


You can tweak the RGB levels when selecting the relevant menu options combination.
Once you set it to the levels you want, and then turn it off at the end of the day, it's got the annoying foible of not storing your customised set-up.

I have to say, for the £130 - I'm reasonably chuffed with it. It's consumer as opposed to a prosumer monitor.
Factor in another £7 to £10 for a DP cable that they chose to not include in the box (they provide it only with an HDMI cable).
Brightness & contrast need adjusting, it's quite punchy out of the box.
I think it would be fine as an inexpensive photo editing monitor.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 30th Nov 2018
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