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24" Lenovo Q24i-10 IPS LED FHD FreeSync Monitor EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 24" Lenovo Q24i-10 IPS LED FHD FreeSync Monitor (65F3KCC3US) for $109.99. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Refresh Rate: 75 Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms GTG
  • Brightness: 250 cd/m²
  • Viewing Angles: 178º H x 178º V
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • VESA: 100 mm x100 mm
  • Ports:
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA

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  • Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
    • High resolutions that deliver a solid gaming or video experience without undue strain on your graphics card.
  • 4 ms response time
    • Delivers solid performance for precise gaming and video work.
  • 75 Hz refresh rate
    • Provides smooth video and good refresh rates for everyday use.
  • 23.8" antiglare LED monitor
    • Efficient screen type uses LEDs to provide precise backlighting to pixels.
  • FreeSync Technology
    • Adaptive synchronization technology that matches the frame rate of the monitor to any compatible AMD graphics card.
  • HDMI and VGA inputs
    • Let you connect both digital and analog devices.
  • 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles
    • Allow you to view the screen from a wide range of angles.
  • 3-watt built-in speakers
    • Let you enjoy your favorite entertainment in stereo sound.
  • 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (1,000:1 typical)
    • Ensures images are crisp and clear with deep blacks and bright highlights.
  • 250 cd/m² brightness
    • Ensures images are clear and can be seen across the room.

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Anyone have this? worth it at this price?
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Only thing missing for me is 1440p. If it is good at syncing down to just south of 50Hz, I may bite. I really want to try running some classic Amiga/C64/Speccy games with a smooth PAL framerate. Never had access to those systems growing up.
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Looks like a nice monitor for the money. FHD vs QHD and no Displayport keeps me from buying it. Would be good for triple monitor setup if you can make it work with only HDMI and VGA. Vesa mount is really low on this.
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Ordered 2 of them. Found open box geek squad certified for $99. Was given an Asus monitor for my WFH setup but the color on it was atrocious. Fingers crossed these are better! Will just return if not.
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Quote from sixtyfps :
Only thing missing for me is 1440p. If it is good at syncing down to just south of 50Hz, I may bite. I really want to try running some classic Amiga/C64/Speccy games with a smooth PAL framerate. Never had access to those systems growing up.
I didn't think it was possible to get 60fps on 50hz...
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I didn't think it was possible to get 60fps on 50hz...
Freesync is variable refresh rate. The systems mentioned use the PAL format which is 25 FPS. 50 is a multiple of 25, so an emulator rubbing the 50 FPS and synced to the monitor refresh rate would give you essentially the same experience as playing those games on a PAL TV as designed.
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Freesync is variable refresh rate. The systems mentioned use the PAL format which is 25 FPS. 50 is a multiple of 25, so an emulator rubbing the 50 FPS and synced to the monitor refresh rate would give you essentially the same experience as playing those games on a PAL TV as designed.
jax4ever2 was making a joke about my username. Also, PAL games tended to run at 50Hz (25fps interlaced), though on displays increasingly widely in use, progressive 50fps is finally attainable internationally.
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2k is a must now days
I'm going to be upgrading to 4k for next set of monitor. Currently on an LG 32" 1440 144hz gaming monitor with a 21" LG 1080 75hz stacked on top and everything is pretty good other than watching media. Hulu, Netflix, other streaming content doesn't look as sharp when compared to watching on 4k television but this may just be how it is when streaming from PC. I read that watching some content via Microsoft Edge browser increases clarity for Hulu and I do notice it a bit.
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Quote from Siwy12 :
Anyone have this? worth it at this price?
Depends on what your primary use is for. I bought for an extra monitor to work from home and it serves the purpose pretty well, I got it a few months back when they had it on sale for about the same price. Most monitors of this quality would cost you a tad more. I wouldn't necessarily recommend it for gaming or anything like that.
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jax4ever2 was making a joke about my username. Also, PAL games tended to run at 50Hz (25fps interlaced), though on displays increasingly widely in use, progressive 50fps is finally attainable internationally.
Didn't notice the name Smilie
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Quote from TenseLake2865 :
I'm going to be upgrading to 4k for next set of monitor. Currently on an LG 32" 1440 144hz gaming monitor with a 21" LG 1080 75hz stacked on top and everything is pretty good other than watching media. Hulu, Netflix, other streaming content doesn't look as sharp when compared to watching on 4k television but this may just be how it is when streaming from PC. I read that watching some content via Microsoft Edge browser increases clarity for Hulu and I do notice it a bit.
My internet is too slow for 2k not even going to talk about 4K so for me it's more reading prints on 2k and 4K or editing videos on 4K. My internet is only $10 from Comcast
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My internet is too slow for 2k not even going to talk about 4K so for me it's more reading prints on 2k and 4K or editing videos on 4K. My internet is only $10 from Comcast
If you got internet essentials then you get 50Mb/s. Which is fast enough for 4k.
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