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Staples has 24" AOC 24B1H 1920x1080 LCD Monitor on sale for $79.99 (price shown at checkout) when you apply coupon code 18329 in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 8ms
  • Contrast Ratio: 3,000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Panel Type: TFT-LCD
  • Inputs:
    • 1x HDMI 1.4
    • 1x VGA
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1080p 24" for 80$ and free shipping. If only I needed another backup monitor ...
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This is the price point I like for 24" 1080p... The one thing that ruins it dor me is the lack of a vesa mount.
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Don't forget it's TFT NOT IPS
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MVA is more/less IPS, but IPS sucks in general. so, yea..

What everyone needs to understand that IPS has terrible contrast ratio / image quality.
Ips has terrible image quality?
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The ONLY reason IPS has been prevalent for PC and Laptop use is due to wider viewing angle. because of generally how close people sit towards computers, it is often necessary to use IPS. but again, looks bad.
That literally makes no sense. If IPS has great viewing angles, as you acknowledged, sitting up close to it wouldn't be nearly as important. IPS is great because of its brightness and color accuracy. Its great viewing angles are a bonus.
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At 1st I was going to say these look great for a dualie setup (due to the thin bezels in the product picture), but the *actual* monitor itself has thicker bezels. Booooo for misleading...

https://youtu.be/aA5V8CdFdxM?t=102
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That literally makes no sense. If IPS has great viewing angles, as you acknowledged, sitting up close to it wouldn't be nearly as important. IPS is great because of its brightness and color accuracy. Its great viewing angles are a bonus.
UP CLOSE is when you need better viewing angles, you must've failed geometry LOL..Big Grin

The further you are away from a fixed horizontal length, the lower the viewing angle it occupies.

Because of how close people sit to their computers, IPS has the advantage of wider viewing angle, which leads to more uniformity.

IPS is NOT more color accurate, if anything, it's more INACCURATE because it is plain MISSING dark tones. it can not produce them simultaneously with reasonably bright whites.
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UP CLOSE is when you need better viewing angles, you must've failed geometry LOL..https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif

The further you are away from a fixed horizontal length, the lower the viewing angle it occupies.

Because of how close people sit to their computers, IPS has the advantage of wider viewing angle, which leads to more uniformity.

IPS is NOT more color accurate, if anything, it's more INACCURATE because it is plain MISSING dark tones. it can not produce them simultaneously with reasonably bright whites.
Haha, you're hilarious, dude. Good viewing angles are not made for people sitting up close to a monitor. I understand your geometry, but the only way it would apply is if you were viewing a 49" ultra-ultra wide with your nose six inches from the screen. In other words, it doesn't apply. For an individual sitting at regular viewing distance (2 or 3 feet) and doing real work (not gaming), IPS is the way to go. VA is second best, with TN being a distant third (or more).
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Haha, you're hilarious, dude. Good viewing angles are not made for people sitting up close to a monitor. I understand your geometry, but the only way it would apply is if you were viewing a 49" ultra-ultra wide with your nose six inches from the screen. In other words, it doesn't apply. For an individual sitting at regular viewing distance (2 or 3 feet) and doing real work (not gaming), IPS is the way to go. VA is second best, with TN being a distant third (or more).
You are wrong. Viewing angles matter far more for upclose viewing.

IPS has terrible image quality period. they're only used because of viewing angle requirement.

Ips contrast ratio is ~1000: 1, VA is 3000:1 to 6000:1
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You are wrong. Viewing angles matter far more for upclose viewing.

IPS has terrible image quality period. they're only used because of viewing angle requirement.

Ips contrast ratio is ~1000: 1, VA is 3000:1 to 6000:1
You're right about the contrast ratio. I guess it's a good thing that contrast ratio isn't the only thing that determines picture quality. Color accuracy and bit depth mean something as well (not to mention energy consumption). If contrast ratio was all that mattered, we'd see a preponderance of OLED computer monitors. I don't know where you live, but here in America we don't see a lot of those.
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You're right about the contrast ratio. I guess it's a good thing that contrast ratio isn't the only thing that determines picture quality. Color accuracy and bit depth mean something as well (not to mention energy consumption). If contrast ratio was all that mattered, we'd see a preponderance of OLED computer monitors. I don't know where you live, but here in America we don't see a lot of those.
Are you just picking words out of the air that you've heard of ? LMAO

VA has a higher color volume than IPS, because IPS is missing the dark tones.

VA is also more energy efficient, because it has a higher optical efficiency. given the same backlight , VA panel will be brighter.

Color accuracy and Bitrate is the same between IPS and VA, they are determined by the LCD drive electronics, not the panel itself ips or va.

Contrast ratio is the most important aspect to image quality today. That is why OLED is king (ATM) soon to be obsolete come LMCL LCD.
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