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Lenovo L24q-10 23.8" QHD IPS (HDMI, DisplayPort, 4ms) Monitor £139.99 at John Lewis and Partners
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Lenovo L24q-10 23.8" QHD IPS (HDMI, DisplayPort, 4ms) Monitor £139.99 at John Lewis and Partners

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Nice design, good price and quality monitor.

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Thats an awesome monitor
Is it worth getting qhd if you’re just going to do word document and researching? I think not hmm I just got myself a normal Samsung hd with IPS (haven’t opened it) wondering if I should return and spend £60 more for this
Got this one for 88 @tacavas


Dell SE2417HG 23.6 Inch TN Anti-Glare LED-backlit LCD Gaming Monitor (Black) (2 ms Response Time, Full HD 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz, VGA/2 x HDMI) amazon.co.uk/dp/…R6A

What do you reckon? Give it back or just keep.
Got it last time when it was on sale for around 90 and i have to say it's great monitor!
The Dell is only good for web browsing. Movies are awful to watch on this. Just returned it after a few hours of usage.
3ak09/01/2020 00:06

Is it worth getting qhd if you’re just going to do word document and r …Is it worth getting qhd if you’re just going to do word document and researching? I think not hmm I just got myself a normal Samsung hd with IPS (haven’t opened it) wondering if I should return and spend £60 more for this


Definitely qhd, once you use a qhd monitor, you can't go back to anything less.
3ak09/01/2020 00:06

Is it worth getting qhd if you’re just going to do word document and r …Is it worth getting qhd if you’re just going to do word document and researching? I think not hmm I just got myself a normal Samsung hd with IPS (haven’t opened it) wondering if I should return and spend £60 more for this


This is precsely why I have two of these babies on my desk. Both operating in split screen mode (each 1280x1440 windows) which is near A4 shape so perfect for reading documents or browsing websites - plus cut'n'pasting from one to each other is really neat.

One is attached to a a powerful PC but the other works well atttached to a £50 RaspberryPi 4/4Gb.

It is so, so much better than working with 1920x1080 screen which is either too wide and too short in single window mode for most documents and much too narrow if you split screen.

I shall never buy another FHD screen.
Edited by: "brainsys" 9th Jan
brainsys09/01/2020 14:06

This is precsely why I have two of these babies on my desk. Both operating …This is precsely why I have two of these babies on my desk. Both operating in split screen mode (each 1280x1440 windows) which is near A4 shape so perfect for reading documents or browsing websites - plus cut'n'pasting from one to each other is really neat.One is attached to a a powerful PC but the other works well atttached to a £50 RaspberryPi 4/4Gb.It is so, so much better than working with 1920x1080 screen which is either too wide and too short in single window mode for most documents and much too narrow if you split screen.I shall never buy another FHD screen.


Yes if I was doing a duo montior thing I would have got QHD but I’m hooking up a MacBook to an external montior so it’ll just be the one monitor I need
nw104hh09/01/2020 08:56

Got it last time when it was on sale for around 90 and i have to say it's …Got it last time when it was on sale for around 90 and i have to say it's great monitor!


Wondering When and which sale?
Few months ago, with student discount
nw104hh09/01/2020 16:15

Few months ago, with student discount


Just want to know how much student discount you got and from which site you bought
Anyone know of any borderless monitors on sale right now? Looking for something similar but 1920 x 1080 would suit. Borderless. And d
Suitable for design work.
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