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Lenovo G25-10 24.5" Full HD FreeSync 144Hz Gaming Monitor £179.99 Delivered at Box
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Lenovo G25-10 24.5" Full HD FreeSync 144Hz Gaming Monitor £179.99 Delivered at Box

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Good price for the big brother of the recently posted G24 offering a more sleek look with reduced side and top bezel, along with height adjustment on the stand.

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  • 24.5" Display
  • TN Panel
  • Full HD 1920x1080 Resolution
  • AMD FreeSync
  • 1ms Response Time
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • DisplayPort/HDMI Connectivity
  • Height Adjustable
  • Headphone Socket
  • 100x100mm VESA Mountable
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 400 cd/m² Brightness
  • 3000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty

UNINTERRUPTED GAMING PERFORMANCE

There is no stopping you when gaming with Lenovo. With a high frame rate and vibrant colours, the 24.5" Full-HD monitor is perfect for E-Sports enthusiasts. A faster refresh rate of 144Hz and a quick response time of 1ms will allow you to enjoy seamless gameplay. Powered by AMD Radeon FreeSync, the monitor provides smooth visual delivery with virtually no screen tearing. Gaming for extended hours is comfortable with its eye-care technology, anti-glare display, and 110mm height adjustable stand. All these features come together to give you a gaming experience like no other.
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This or the aoc 27" further up the page for £209? Not that clued up with latest tech. Son would use for school work then I would use to play cod online etc.
TN panels don't have great viewing angles. I'd pay a little more and get an IPS or VA.
ZippityZap13/06/2020 16:23

TN panels don't have great viewing angles. I'd pay a little more and get …TN panels don't have great viewing angles. I'd pay a little more and get an IPS or VA.


I have a 144hz 1440p IPS and suggest going TN or Va... The viewing angles are not worth the poor blacks. Just my opinion.

If I didnt have this currently over priced monitor id snap this up haha.
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ZippityZap13/06/2020 16:23

TN panels don't have great viewing angles. I'd pay a little more and get …TN panels don't have great viewing angles. I'd pay a little more and get an IPS or VA.


Whilst I would agree, for the cost TN has the fastest refresh and if it's for your primary where you sit face on it won't make a difference. TNs aren't as bad as years back these days. IPS at this price point often have bleed or will be 75hz, VA would be nice but usually comprising on refresh rate again.
TN, no thanks

AOC 2G42U better choice with a IPS panel
I would be sat directly in front of monitor if that helps
SirDoss13/06/2020 16:54

I would be sat directly in front of monitor if that helps


I will suggest that since this is a 1080p screen you don't want it 27inches. Everything looks blurry and pixelated compared to 1440p on 27inch.

So 24.5inch 1080p is better.
Edited by: "Smm0" 13th Jun
ShamWow13/06/2020 16:49

TN, no thanksAOC 2G42U better choice with a IPS panel


Anywhere in stock ?
ShamWow13/06/2020 16:49

TN, no thanksAOC 2G42U better choice with a IPS panel


Agreed, got the AOC in January when it was £169 but atm I believe it’s difficult to find in stock and when it is in stock it’s at least £200
Would recommend AOC 24G2U/BK instead.
144Hz, 1080p IPS display. Colours are much better.

check Hardware Unboxed review if you would like.
Smm013/06/2020 16:58

I will suggest that since this is a 1080p screen you don't want it …I will suggest that since this is a 1080p screen you don't want it 27inches. Everything looks blurry and pixelated compared to 1440p on 27inch.So 24.5inch 1080p is better.


Thanks for the help
Few months ago got AOC 24G1 which is a 24" VA panel, 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. For the price range of £160 - £190 this was the best I could find.
Others have said it, AOC 24G2U sadly it's gone up in price, (there's a 75hz version if you just want it for console use) another alternative that is almost identical in specs is the MSI Optix G241, 1080p, 144hz, IPS flatscreen with adjustable stand for around £219
This or BenQ XL XL2411T?
Just got this from Amazon, really solid monitor so far for the price. Gonna order here and send back the other as it was 204 on amazon
This seems overpriced to me...I have the Lenovo d24f-10 which is 24" 144hz with a 1ms response time which I bought for £80. The specs seem identical to this except it's 0.5" bigger?
Smm013/06/2020 16:47

I have a 144hz 1440p IPS and suggest going TN or Va... The viewing angles …I have a 144hz 1440p IPS and suggest going TN or Va... The viewing angles are not worth the poor blacks. Just my opinion. If I didnt have this currently over priced monitor id snap this up haha.[Image]


IPS should have better blacks than a TN surely? In my experience cheap TN always seem washed out
This be good for new Xbox X series and ps5?
Shenx14/06/2020 08:44

This be good for new Xbox X series and ps5?


I don’t think Sony or Microsoft have announced what games will natively run at but I’m assuming there will be an option for prioritising either resolution or FPS (like there was on x1x and PS4 pro). And based on the hardware in both the series x and ps5 I think games will run at 4K 60fps or 1080p 144hz (and possibly 8k at maybe 30fps). So to answer your question... probably.
yubious14/06/2020 08:13

IPS should have better blacks than a TN surely? In my experience cheap TN …IPS should have better blacks than a TN surely? In my experience cheap TN always seem washed out


Yes you are right. VA panels for contrast ratio. My cheapy Dell TN panel doesn't seem to have much worse viewing angles than my IPS nano.. so its all down to each individual monitor huh.
ips panels often suffer from ghosting issues too, and some of them just look straight up bad. I see people if so much stock into ips over tn but for gaming I would say they are a gamble and often genuinely worse than tn
apm_14/06/2020 10:48

ips panels often suffer from ghosting issues too, and some of them just …ips panels often suffer from ghosting issues too, and some of them just look straight up bad. I see people if so much stock into ips over tn but for gaming I would say they are a gamble and often genuinely worse than tn


*Put so much stock ouch.. can't type today
Don't buy from these guys they sent a UPS power supply, in a thin padded plastic bag. Obivously it was damaged when it arrived.
Edited by: "Kirit_Rathod" 14th Jun
For that price AOC 24G2U is the much better monitor choice than this.
apm_14/06/2020 10:48

ips panels often suffer from ghosting issues too, and some of them just …ips panels often suffer from ghosting issues too, and some of them just look straight up bad. I see people if so much stock into ips over tn but for gaming I would say they are a gamble and often genuinely worse than tn


No ghosting
soul0merk13/06/2020 17:13

Anywhere in stock ?


Overclockers UK, Novatech
Two places I know of that constantly gets stock of this monitor quick and priced well Overclockers usually prices it around £180
I got this from lenovo with bank holiday and student discount for £166 last month. Really impressed with it so far, you get what you pay for with it being a TN panel but much better than the old TN panels that were really dark. If you want 144Hz I don't think you'll get an IPS option at this price point that doesn't suffer from ghosting. Things to note is there isn't any speakers and there's no usb ports
mazen18714/06/2020 04:23

This seems overpriced to me...I have the Lenovo d24f-10 which is 24" 144hz …This seems overpriced to me...I have the Lenovo d24f-10 which is 24" 144hz with a 1ms response time which I bought for £80. The specs seem identical to this except it's 0.5" bigger?


that sounds good - do you have a link for that deal?
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