ViewSonic VG2401mh 24" Full HD 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £239.99 delivered with code + 3 Year Warranty + FREE PC game including COD:AW / Ass Creed: Black Flag / Metro Redux Bundle & more @ Dabs
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ViewSonic VG2401mh 24" Full HD 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £239.99 delivered with code + 3 Year Warranty + FREE PC game including COD:AW / Ass Creed: Black Flag / Metro Redux Bundle & more @ Dabs

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Found 30th Oct 2014
Use code SLIME10

Free game (one) you can choose from are as follows

Call of Duty: Ghosts – Gold Edition
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Pre-order)
Metro Redux Bundle
ARMA 3
Tomb Raider GOTY Edition
Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag
Dark Souls II
Walking Dead Season 1 and 2
Total War: Rome II (Touch Support)
Grid: Autosport

2 X HDMI / 144Hz refresh rate / Dual USB

The ViewSonic VG2401mh is the ultimate 24'' gaming display designed for avid gamers. It features a rapid 144Hz refresh rate, ultra-fast response time and to naturally and smoothly represent high-speed images and greater detail in dark scenes and images. The aimpoint assistant helps gamers to stay on target and improve the shooting accruacy. The VG2401mh is the perfect display for FPS, RTS and fast-paced racing games. Equipped with 1920 x 1080p resolution, 30M: 1 DCR and dual 3W stereo speakers, the VG2401mh delivers crisp, superior color performance and crystal-clear sound quality. With integrated dual HDMI inputs, one DisplayPort input, and dual USB hub connectivity, gamers have greater flexibility when connecting their game consoles, Blu-ray DVD players and other devices to their display. VG2401mh is a flicker free monitor with blue light filter eye-care technologies. Plus, the VG2401mh is fully ergonomic with -5° to 20° tilt, 120° swivel, 90° pivot height adjustment settings.

31 Comments

ass creed hahaha

I think I saw Lucie Wilde in Ass Creed the other night.

Really good price for a monitor of this calibre. Heat

Is there a code? It shows £249.99

Ignore i'm blind :-)
Edited by: "Possibilities" 30th Oct 2014

hot hot hot! Perfect package to go with a newly built machine

Not long got the 37inch touch screen from Viewsonic for less so can't really give this heat.

This is a good price for what it is though

Waste of money, ask any console owner and they will tell you that human eye can't see above 30fps anyway. ;-)

would you guys say this is overly spec'd for just a console monitor? I'm thinking about getting the benq rl2455hm. would that suit me better? Thanks in advance

BenderRodriguez

Waste of money, ask any console owner and they will tell you that human … Waste of money, ask any console owner and they will tell you that human eye can't see above 30fps anyway. ;-)



probably cause they have never seen 30+

i personally cant go even as low as 60. feels sluggish

roop27

would you guys say this is overly spec'd for just a console monitor? I'm … would you guys say this is overly spec'd for just a console monitor? I'm thinking about getting the benq rl2455hm. would that suit me better? Thanks in advance



I'm a console gamer myself and I can tell you that this is more than what you need aha. 60fps 1080p 1ms is all you need.
Low input lag, 60fps which few games run at and 1080p.

The RL2455HM is a good choice. So is the GL2460HM and around £120 is a good price.
MX239H if you want IPS. 5ms response time but better colours and viewing angles.

But I think for the price you can't go wrong with any.

Jianni2312

I'm a console gamer myself and I can tell you that this is more than what … I'm a console gamer myself and I can tell you that this is more than what you need aha. 60fps 1080p 1ms is all you need. Low input lag, 60fps which few games run at and 1080p.The RL2455HM is a good choice. So is the GL2460HM and around £120 is a good price. MX239H if you want IPS. 5ms response time but better colours and viewing angles. But I think for the price you can't go wrong with any.

Console gamer..... 30hz 1080p would be more than enough then

Colour Support 16.7 M (true 8-bit)

Tempting.

"ViewSonic flicker-free displays deliver on the promise of more comfortable viewing. Rather than using Pulse Width Modulation that continuously turns the LED backlight on and off, ViewSonic flicker-free displays use DC modulation backlights that maintain a steady stream of direct current power—nearly eliminating screen flickering at all brightness levels by providing a constant LED light source. This lets you work at your computer, play games, or watch movies longer – without eye fatigue."
Edited by: "Zoea" 29th Dec 2015

You could also get a 27" Iiyama Prolite gb2773hs instead. 1ms, 144hz, same resolution. Same price or less.
Edited by: "plath" 31st Oct 2014

Isn't viewsonic better quality than Iiyama?

hitman007

Isn't viewsonic better quality than Iiyama?



I've never had a problem with Iiyama. It'd come with the same warranty period (3 years). Any problems and the unit gets replaced.

This is a hot deal, so thanks goonertillidie.

I would advise researching DisplayPort 1.2a and VESA's Adaptive Sync if you're a gamer. The first monitors should arrive Q1 of 2015 (hopefully sooner). This is roughly analagous to Nvidia's GSync, but an open standard.

plath

You could also get a 27" Iiyama Prolite gb2773hs instead. 1ms, 144hz, … You could also get a 27" Iiyama Prolite gb2773hs instead. 1ms, 144hz, same dpi. Same price or less.



How can the dpi be the same if the area is larger with the same number of pixels?

£240 for 24" 1080? Regardless of 144hz gimmickry that's sounds like a terrible price.

Sumpte

£240 for 24" 1080? Regardless of 144hz gimmickry that's sounds like a … £240 for 24" 1080? Regardless of 144hz gimmickry that's sounds like a terrible price.



You know nothing.

Jianni2312

I'm a console gamer myself and I can tell you that this is more than what … I'm a console gamer myself and I can tell you that this is more than what you need aha. 60fps 1080p 1ms is all you need. Low input lag, 60fps which few games run at and 1080p.The RL2455HM is a good choice. So is the GL2460HM and around £120 is a good price. MX239H if you want IPS. 5ms response time but better colours and viewing angles. But I think for the price you can't go wrong with any.



thanks mate appreciate the advise! gonna go for the rl2455hm as i can pick it up from argos and have £100 in nectar points should cost me around £50 for it!

roop27

thanks mate appreciate the advise! gonna go for the rl2455hm as i can … thanks mate appreciate the advise! gonna go for the rl2455hm as i can pick it up from argos and have £100 in nectar points should cost me around £50 for it!



You took hardware advice from the guy who plays games on a console. -__-

"few [console] games run 60fps at 1080" FTFH.

GL with your purchase anyway.

Edited by: "plath" 2nd Nov 2014

"gaming" when it's max resolution is 1980p... hardly

plath

You took hardware advice from the guy who plays games on a console. … You took hardware advice from the guy who plays games on a console. -__-"few [console] games run 60fps at 1080" FTFH. GL with your purchase anyway.



if you read my comment before, i want it for a CONSOLE. I don't play PC games. So i'll gladly take advice from him.

spaceinvader

You know nothing.



Neither do you if you're paying £240 for a 1080 monitor.

Sumpte

Neither do you if you're paying £240 for a 1080 monitor.



A true gamers (competitive not casual) eye can tell the difference between 60fps and 120+ fps. It is more evident when moving the mouse faster, it just feels more fluid. People that play slow games where reactions don't really matter will never know the difference. People that never have 60+ fps will never tell the difference. This rules out pretty much everyone but PC gamers that play "competitively" or at least play games enough to tell the difference. You can only tell this difference in Games, because motion blur feels more unnatural , unlike when watching a video of real life where your mind kinda fills in the gaps making the motion blur feel realistic.

Only PC gamers of high enough caliber can tell the difference. capish.

So if you are not a PC gamer that plays (loads or is competitive), You should not be looking to buy a screen like this.
Edited by: "ThatTechGuy" 4th Nov 2014

ThatTechGuy

A true gamers (competitive not casual) eye can tell the difference … A true gamers (competitive not casual) eye can tell the difference between 60fps and 120+ fps. It is more evident when moving the mouse faster, it just feels more fluid. People that play slow games where reactions don't really matter will never know the difference. People that never have 60+ fps will never tell the difference. This rules out pretty much everyone but PC gamers that play "competitively" or at least play games enough to tell the difference. You can only tell this difference in Games, because motion blur feels more unnatural , unlike when watching a video of real life where your mind kinda fills in the gaps making the motion blur feel realistic. Only PC gamers of high enough caliber can tell the difference. capish.So if you are not a PC gamer that plays (loads or is competitive), You should not be looking to buy a screen like this.


http://weknowmemes.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/you-filthy-casual-meme.jpg

I am a PC gamer and I play competitive games. I am, however, also not gullible enough to buy into anything with 'GAMER' strapped to it. Visual fidelity (i.e. 1440p, or 4K) is more important than the non-existent benefit over 60FPS. The majority of competitive game servers don't even have update rates above 64/s.

Perhaps you shouldn't be so easily led by the 'HARDCORE GAMER' marketing.

I've been playing FPS games for near 15 years mostly with mid-high end hardware. Recently went from a 60hz Dell U2711 to a 27" korean overclocker which I got up to 90hz and even that difference was OBVIOUS. If you can't notice this or think it's a conspiracy theory then you clearly don't understand the precision that goes into being a good FPS player - the texture of your mouse pad, the mouse feet cable weight, the height of your desk and chair even your arm position can make all the difference.

Going for a 144hz next because my pro eyes need it, you tin-hat nubs stick to the slow lane at 60hz
Edited by: "GeeSingh" 16th Dec 2014

This monitor or the Iiyama Prolite GB2773HS-GB2 144Hz 27" Widescreen LED 1MS Monitor - Black on overclockers for £239.99??? Not interested in the free games.

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Sumpte

I am a PC gamer and I play competitive games. I am, however, also not … I am a PC gamer and I play competitive games. I am, however, also not gullible enough to buy into anything with 'GAMER' strapped to it. Visual fidelity (i.e. 1440p, or 4K) is more important than the non-existent benefit over 60FPS. The majority of competitive game servers don't even have update rates above 64/s.Perhaps you shouldn't be so easily led by the 'HARDCORE GAMER' marketing.



OMG.. Listen to yourself :0

Really interested in buying this but how do you choose your free game??

Just found out the free game promo ended on the 31st of December
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