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LENOVO L24q-10 Quad HD 23.8" IPS Monitor Zero Frame, £139.99 at John Lewis and Partners
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LENOVO L24q-10 Quad HD 23.8" IPS Monitor Zero Frame, £139.99 at John Lewis and Partners

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These used to hover around £100 according to Amazon reviews...
vinny107/12/2019 17:31

These used to hover around £100 according to Amazon reviews...


That is probably lies or the standard HD version.
Decent product and crystal clear,not sure about gaming spec wise as i just use it for browsing and retro games via hyperespin but definitely worth the extra for the QHD compared to the basic HD.
vinny107/12/2019 17:31

These used to hover around £100 according to Amazon reviews...


unlikely. Most likely they were FHD only, not QHD. Sadly, no VESA mount :/
Was £80 for students a few months ago so if youre not in a hurry and you are a student might be worth a wait on the lenovo education store.
I have a qhd 24" monitor. I can notice the increased resolution when it comes to text and especially document editing, but not at all when it comes to gaming. So you might be able to save yourself a little bit of money if you're only gaming on it.
This or the iiyama XUB2492HSU
I have a pair of these on my desk. One linked to a powerful but venerable PC and the other to a spanking new RPi 4/4G. Both working at full resolution and by using the in-built paning of both Raspbian & KDE it means I can view and work on 4 x 1280x1440 crystal clear panes simultaneously. If presenting the maximum information in the minimum space is what you want at a budget price - this monitor is beyond awesome!

And any competition ...
vinny108/12/2019 10:17

This or the iiyama XUB2492HSU


No comparison mate. The iiyama is a standard 1920 x 1080 screen. This is a 2560 x 1440 screen. Much more for less money.
brainsys08/12/2019 15:03

I have a pair of these on my desk. One linked to a powerful but venerable …I have a pair of these on my desk. One linked to a powerful but venerable PC and the other to a spanking new RPi 4/4G. Both working at full resolution and by using the in-built paning of both Raspbian & KDE it means I can view and work on 4 x 1280x1440 crystal clear panes simultaneously. If presenting the maximum information in the minimum space is what you want at a budget price - this monitor is beyond awesome!And any competition ...


Took some digging but the spec says Anti Glare/Matte screen. Is that correct? Glossy would be a deal breaker for me.
harrythefish09/12/2019 10:06

Took some digging but the spec says Anti Glare/Matte screen. Is that …Took some digging but the spec says Anti Glare/Matte screen. Is that correct? Glossy would be a deal breaker for me.


Correct
Ordered, now for a low profile separate keyboard that is as good to use as my Lenovo laptop's... Any suggestions?
Purchased. Let’s hope the silver isn’t too distracting
Unpacked mine finally. Works well. Wonder where the idea of an orange plastic cable tidy clipped to its stand came from. HDMI cable in the box a nice touch. There's a compact external power supply.
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