Finding an affordable IPS display is always exciting when upgrading from something like a VA or TN panel display. The IPS quality is notably higher when it comes to vibrancy and color depth. This offer is for the 24-inch Lenovo Q24i-10 monitor, which is now $80 off.
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This 24-inch IPS display had an FHD resolution, which measures in at 1920 x 1080. That isn't the highest you'll find on the market, but it's definitely enough for casual gaming and watching movies.
According to the specs, the panel has a refresh rate of 75Hz and a 4ms response time. To help reduce screen tearing, it supports AMD FreeSync.
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Finding an affordable IPS display is always exciting when upgrading from something like a VA or TN panel display.Where do they get these reviewers? I use dual 1440p IPS monitors, and they indeed do have the best color rendition. But labelling IPS an "upgrade" is utterly misleading, as both VA and TN have their strengths in other areas. VA for example has better contrast (nearly all TVs are VA panels) and TN of course is the speed king.