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Looking for a 24” LED Monitor

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Looking for a 24” LED Monitor

Any suggestions?
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How much do you care about ergonomics, display quality, and connectivity?
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Spinner wrote: How much do you care about ergonomics, display quality, and connectivity?
Yup. It's all about cheap or good. You can find cheap ones for as little as $100 to $120. Dell 24 Monitor - SE2417HGX [Dell had a similar model on sale for $99 a month ago.]

A good one is going to cost 2x or 3x or more: ThinkVision P24h-20 23.8-inch WLED QHD Type-C Monitor [remember to look for Rakuten and FPP/EPP discounts.] Very much worth it, especially for use with a USB-C PD notebook PC since it doubles as a docking station.
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I’m eyeing this Philips. My budget is around $150. This monitor has HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2 and built-in Speakers. Looks good but I read one review that if you leave the monitor on a fixed image for 30 minutes then the image might burn into the LCD. This is my only concern.

https://www.costco.ca/philips-243v7qjab ... 50929.html

Dell
https://deals.dell.com/en-ca/productdetail/6td5

https://deals.dell.com/en-ca/productdetail/6td7
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bylo wrote: Yup. It's all about cheap or good. You can find cheap ones for as little as $100 to $120. Dell 24 Monitor - SE2417HGX

SE = Consumer Entry
Not a good investment.

A good one is going to cost 2x or 3x or more: ThinkVision P24h-20 23.8-inch WLED QHD Type-C Monitor [remember to look for Rakuten and FPP/EPP discounts.] Very much worth it, especially for use with a USB-C PD notebook PC since it doubles as a docking station.
My devices are HDMI and DisplayPort. I’m not yet at the USB-C level.
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radiko wrote: I’m eyeing this Philips. My budget is around $150. This monitor has HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2 and built-in Speakers. Looks good but I read one review that if you leave the monitor on a fixed image for 30 minutes then the image might burn into the LCD. This is my only concern.

https://www.costco.ca/philips-243v7qjab ... 50929.html

Dell
https://deals.dell.com/en-ca/productdetail/6td5

https://deals.dell.com/en-ca/productdetail/6td7
The 2, I posted have better refresh rate. 75hz
And same price
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