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23.8" Lenovo L24Q-20 WQHD IPS LED Monitor $160@BestBuy

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Good price, but these routinely go on sale direct from Lenovo for $150.

There was just a sale 2 weeks ago and I bought mine in October. Either way, you won't find a screen this nice for the price, NEW anywhere for $150 or $160.
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Stack with 10% back with Chase Pay and it essentially knocks the deal down to 145+tax. Not bad.
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I'm not sure if it'll drop as low as it had during the holidays again, but I'm pretty sure it dropped down to $120 at one point through Amazon. $160 is fine, but I've seen it quite often between $150 and $175 on Amazon. If you're interested, you may want to lurk around before you take the plunge.
You never really know when or where it's going to be cheaper.

I'll just put it out there for anyone interested, this monitor lacks vesa mount support and the OSD is a bit wonky and limited. Other than that, I think it's an excellent QHD display for the price.
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How good is this for playing games?
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Thinking of picking up two of these for coding/programming usage. Will replace two old 1080p 24" monitors. Any thoughts if the 1440p is to small for a ~24" screen? These will be used on a Macbook Pro.
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How good is this for playing games?
I use this monitor as my work monitor and PS4 pro gaming monitor. Surprisingly, it's very good. Just have to make sure it's on game mode and you're set. I got it at $120 from Best Buy on one of those deal of the day specials. I'd say $160 is worth it.
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I use this monitor as my work monitor and PS4 pro gaming monitor. Surprisingly, it's very good. Just have to make sure it's on game mode and you're set. I got it at $120 from Best Buy on one of those deal of the day specials. I'd say $160 is worth it.
I was thinking of getting an open box one since the best buy near me has one plus chase is doing 10% cash back. I'll have to check it out in store!
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Thinking of picking up two of these for coding/programming usage. Will replace two old 1080p 24" monitors. Any thoughts if the 1440p is to small for a ~24" screen? These will be used on a Macbook Pro.
I use this @ 100% scaling and I love it. Also have it on a 2012 MBPR.
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Thinking of picking up two of these for coding/programming usage. Will replace two old 1080p 24" monitors. Any thoughts if the 1440p is to small for a ~24" screen? These will be used on a Macbook Pro.
I us 1x this for coding, hooked as a external display next to mbp15, I sit very close to the monitor and I find code on 1440p on this size is comfortable to read. Colors are just ok, not as nice as mbp screen but given the price it isn't a dealbreaker either. I have it on a heavy desk, the wobble thing ppl are complaining about doesn't bother me, but I imaging if it's on a light desk that shakes a bit it's gonna wobble a lot

TLDR: for $160 it's a good monitor for coding
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I have this monitor from a previous BB deal. The screen is definitely nice, a great upgrade from a 1080p Dell. However, I did get a dead pixel within the first 2 weeks of use. Nothing that's too distracting, but annoying coming from a new monitor.
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Ordered one - repped!
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I got two of these from BB over the holidays for $130 each. They're quality IPS panels - amazingly crisp and vibrant images. I used it with a PS4 @ 1080p and PC @ 1440p for both work and gaming and it was great in all situations. Refresh rate capped @ 60Hz, but I don't care about that crap.

I ended up taking one back because it was significantly bluer than the other to the point that it became distracting. No amount of tweaking on either the OSD or in the NVIDIA Control Panel would get rid of it.

Things to keep in mind:
- the OSD sucks; very limited options and you have to hold a button for ~10 seconds to get it to save your settings, otherwise it resets when you power cycle
- the stand is very wobbly even with minor vibrations from people walking around a room
- 1 HDMI and 1 DP input may be off-putting for some, depending on usage scenarios
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