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25" HP 1080p 144hz 1ms Freesync TN Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 25" HP 1080p 144hz 1ms Freesync Gaming Monitor (4JF31AA#ABA) on sale for $154.99. Shipping is free, alternatively, store pickup is free. Thanks Scorpion_

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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Viewing Angles 170° H / 160° V
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (static)
  • Brightness: 400 nits
  • Panel Type: TN
  • VESA support: Yes (100mm x 100mm)
  • Ports:
    • DisplayPort 1.2
    • HDMI 2.0
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144Hz refresh rate: Get smooth gaming, sharper objects, and cleaner details with a gaming display that refreshes frames 144 times a second – over twice the refresh rate of standard displays.
1ms response time with overdrive: Eliminates motion blur for crisp, fluid gameplay no matter what's happening on-screen.
AMD FreeSync™ technology: See and feel the difference of fluid, responsive gameplay. By synchronizing the refresh rate with your GPU, AMD FreeSync™ makes display stutter, input lag, and screen tears ancient history.
Micro-edge display: With virtually no bezel encircling the display, an ultra-wide viewing experience provides for seamless multi-monitor set-ups.
Full HD display / 1080p display: Brilliant visuals and unforgettable quality from a stunning FHD display.
Height adjustment stand: Easily adjust your display to the most comfortable position with 100 mm range of travel.
TN panel: Low pixel latency and snappy response times with this TN panel.
Ambient lighting: Diffused lighting to reduce eye fatigue during late-night gaming sessions.
Low blue light: Using the Low Blue Light mode subtly shifts your display's colors to a warmer spectrum, while making whites more natural and putting less strain on your eyes.
Visible screen size • 24.5-inch (diagonal) with micro-edge bezel
Viewing angle • Horizontal: 170 degrees • Vertical: 160 degrees
Surface treatment • Anti-glare
Recommended resolution • 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz
Maximum resolution • 1920 x 1080 @ 144 Hz
Aspect ratio • 16:9
Contrast ratio • 1000:1 static • 12,000,000:1 dynamic
Brightness (typical) • 400 nits
Color gamut • 72% of NTSC
Pixel pitch • 0.283 x 0.280 mm • 89.7 PPI
Panel active area • 543.744 x 302.616 mm (21.41 x 11.91 in)
Scan range • Horizontal: 30 to 167 KHz • Vertical: 48 to 144 Hz
Response time • 1 ms GtG with overdrive
Connectivity • HDMI 2.0 • DisplayPort 1.2 • HDCP support (DisplayPort and HDMI)
Power supply • Internal Maximum power consumption • 32W Energy saving/standby mode • 0.5W
Tilt • -4 to +20 degrees Pivot • CW 90° Swivel • 360°
Height adjustable base • 51.4 - 151.4 mm Base area footprint • 8.25 in x 8.13 in
VESA mounting • 100 x 100 VESA mounting compatible
Detachable base • yes Security lock ready • yes

What's in the box • A/C power cable (1.8m) 5.9 ft • HDMI cable (1.8m) 5.9 ft • Product notice • Warranty card • Quick set up poster

https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-25-...gIxX_D_BwE
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I love the comments section. Really, no /s. It made me go research TN vs IPS in a more meaningful way and I'm now better informed. Thanks!
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Sorry I LOL'ed at this....I always look for the most shock protection possible when looking for a MONITOR which I never physically touch.
I guess I'm failing to articulate how slight the "fall" was that broke it for me.

I had the monitor installed on a quick release VESA mount that you slid up while pulling a tab to disengage a lock. I had a hand on the left edge and one hand on the bottom pushing upward. The lock popped and the monitor jumped up suddenly and rotated clockwise allowing the right corner to bounce off the keyboard beneath it.

It wasn't a full force fall and I kept two hands on it at all times.

Basically you have to treat this monitor like a sheet glass mirror.
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This is a solid deal. Id get this if I didn't have a 144 hz 1 ms monitor already. off brand monitors like Spectre are at this price range.....good for fps games.
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This or the AOC C24G1? Office Depot has their own version for $130 right now.

https://www.officedepot.com/a/products/9511933/AOC-236-LED-Curved-Gaming-Monitor/
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This or the AOC C24G1? Office Depot has their own version for $130 right now.

https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...g-Monitor/
I believe the HP is more solid. I've been using an HP omen monitor for years never had a problem.
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You'd no longer frequent this site, due to your egregious amount of wealth from said nickels.😏
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I guess nearly every gamer now considers themselves a professional. Which is cool, but I guess they must also have bionic eyes now as well if they think they can see the difference between 3ms of response time. If you get an IPS monitor with 4ms response time, it is imperceptible. However, IPS color quality is almost always better. Just check the response time to make sure you aren't getting an IPS with more than 4ms (most of the 144hz gaming ones are 4ms), but some can be as slow as 10-30ms. I'm not a "professional gamer" but I do game development as my profession and play games daily.

I just bought a 24 inch 1440p 144hz FreeSync IPS with 4ms response time on ebay for $10 more than this. Its a refurb from Acer, but the higher resolution and IPS panel sold it.
Would you mind posting a link for this? TIA!
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Would you mind posting a link for this? TIA!
It was the last one from the official Acer Recertified store on eBay. Probably would have gotten 2 had I seen it earlier. They still have the 27 inch version, but at $299 and same specs otherwise.
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Sorry I LOL'ed at this....I always look for the most shock protection possible when looking for a MONITOR which I never physically touch.
You dont rage throw your monitor when you lose?
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It was the last one from the official Acer Recertified store on eBay. Probably would have gotten 2 had I seen it earlier. They still have the 27 inch version, but at $299 and same specs otherwise.
Is this the one?
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Acer-Nit...4539737752
Must not be the description states
VG240Y Pbiip
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Is this the one?
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Acer-Nit...4539737752
Must not be the description states
VG240Y Pbiip
I'm a dumb-dumb, ignore everything I said, ever. I was under the impression that I purchased a 144hz monitor but the 23.8 model (which doesn't even have refresh rate listed) is 75hz. The 27" VG0 is 144hz ips 1440p so I guess the price of $299 makes a lot more sense. Not sure where I got the idea in my head that the 23.8 was also 144hz, will probably use it as an alt monitor for work or return it. Frown

Edit: The one I got was 1440p though, not 1080p as the one you linked.
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I'm a dumb-dumb, ignore everything I said, ever. I was under the impression that I purchased a 144hz monitor but the 23.8 model (which doesn't even have refresh rate listed) is 75hz. The 27" VG0 is 144hz ips 1440p so I guess the price of $299 makes a lot more sense. Not sure where I got the idea in my head that the 23.8 was also 144hz, will probably use it as an alt monitor for work or return it. Frown

Edit: The one I got was 1440p though, not 1080p as the one you linked.
OK, thanks, I think the 27" will be a little too big for my desk.
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It's all about VA panels now.. it's the perfect mix if u game and browse.
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I need help. People are saying TN sucks don't get it then others saying it's fine. If I am a gamer (no not pro) but play fps games casually on PC, will the TN still look decent? Or is there an option for cheap in IPS / VA that will be "good enough" to do both game and browse websites / YouTube? I'm using a TV right now for a PC monitor so I'm sure anything will be better than that lol
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I would not buy an HP panel. They constantly lie about the native refresh rates. There are so many other brands that don't misrepresent their products: viewsonic, asus, acer, BenQ, and AOC.
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