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ASUS VS248H-P 24
Slim design 24" Display with 1920x1080 resolution and quick response time of 2ms (GTG) eliminates ghosting and tracers for more fluid video playbackSmart view technology can adjust color parameters to deliver the same image quality and colors with straight viewingExclusive splendid video intelligence technology automatically optimize image quality with intelligent color, brightness, contrast and sharpness50, 000, 000: 1 ASUS smart contrast ratio dynamically enhances the display's contrast to delivering lifelike images. Inputs of HDMI, D-Sub, DVI-DCorporate stable Model program, the vs Series is to remain in stable supply for a minimum of 1 year. Vesa wall mounting: 100x100mmIndustry leading 3 years with rapid replacement
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121 Reddit comments about ASUS VS248H-P 24" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor:

u/Trazac · 1304 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I spent way too much time on this, but let's see how your claim plays out.

2. Akai MPK249 $400
2. Yamaha P71 $415
3. 21.5 inch iMac $1100 (although this is the base model, probably a good estimate)
3. Edifier R1280T Near Field Monitors $99
5. Asus 24" monitor $130x5=$650
4. Logitech G27 I'm going to say around $300, even though Amazon has it listed for nearly $1000. Seems like the MSRP a few years ago was $300-$400.

  1. Logitech G Saitek X52 Flight Control System $150
  2. Logitech C600 $30
  3. Opolar F401 $12
  4. Logitech G610 $90, although some versions on amazon are closer to $60
  5. (I couldn't figure out what the other keyboard is, but it's probably junk that the OP didn't spend a lot of money on.)
  6. Logitech Z623 $100 (I think these are right)
  7. HTC Vive $500
  8. Logitech Z-2300 $180 MSRP, I'm fairly certain that I'm wrong about this one though
  9. Wireless Xbox Controller $42

    Add in like $1000 for each desk and $2000 for each computer we don't see (assuming there are two), that gets us to a total of $11,068.

    There is a laptop bag stashed on the left side of the frame, so maybe it's a $9000 laptop.
u/Vanquishhh · 62 pointsr/buildapc

How many inches are you looking for ? this monitor is great with 5ms and an IPS panel. this is the 2ms TN panel monitor!

Go to /r/Monitors/ for further.

edit: this is the 23 inch 5ms IPS panel that I have.

u/warri · 6 pointsr/battlestations

Off the Top of my Head:

  • HAF-X 932 Advanced
  • AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition
  • 16 GB DDR3 1600 Corsair Vengeance
  • 2 x ATI 5770HD - 1GB XFX in Crossfire (yes I know they are old)
  • 128 GB OCZ Vertex 2 Boot Drive
  • 500GB MomentusXT Hybrid
  • 1TB WD Black
  • Razer Black Widow Ultimate
  • Logitech G500 Mouse
  • 3 X ASUS VS248H-P
  • 1 XSingle Monitor Clamp Mount
  • 1 X Dual Monitor Clamp Mount
u/dodou626 · 4 pointsr/buildapc

This is what I've got:
2ms response time. HDMI / DVI compatible. Earphone jack for HDMI

u/QuantumInteger · 3 pointsr/PS4

A computer monitor will always give you the lowest input latency. I recommend anything by Asus like this one. 2ms latency. LED backlit. 21-24 in screen is the perfect screen size for gaming at a table without taking too much space. It only has one HDMI so if you get a splitter, you can hook your PC up to it too.

u/cust0m_ · 2 pointsr/OpTicGaming

I use this one. Below your price range but I think it's pretty damn good for Cod and PC.

u/taftstub · 2 pointsr/battlestations

I like to think after 3 beers I'm unstoppable but after 6 I go downhill at games.

And Sabitins is apparently pretty new, at least the beer bar. It still smelt like fresh wood when I was in there. I found out about it from my preceptor when I was at my rotation.

I go to Wilkes so Gerogetown or Wegmans are my go to craft stop! Sometimes Georgtown has some pretty good buys out of the dollar beer bin too! I made a pretty decent craft 6 pack the other week from it. And if you want some killer ice cream, hit the Snack Shack that's like right next to the cow.

And your setup is much more colorful! One day I'd like some LEDs and a nice monitor stand to hide some of the wires and give me a smaller footprint.

As for the Asus it's this one!

u/KillaOR · 2 pointsr/buildapc
u/Antrikshy · 2 pointsr/battlefield3

Probably lower. It's a cheapo:

I intend to upgrade later.

u/FirebombZ · 2 pointsr/Monitors
This one is an IPS, better than what Brain recommended, however a little more expensive.

u/TimeTravellerSmith · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Asus makes a solid monitor, I've got two of them and they've been working great for the last few years.

u/FancyJesse · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Now I'm trying to decide if I should swap out my [two monitors] ( with these that I just got..

Someone give me some advice since I can't come up with it myself.

u/vladsinger · 2 pointsr/Monitors

How about the Asus VS248H-P? Currently only $170 after a $20 rebate with Amazon prime. Not IPS unfortunately (not sure why amazon has the standard IPS disclaimer on it), but HDMI in, 1080p, relatively fast response time.

Some tweaking with settings (esp. by lowering "Trace Free" to 80/100) may be necessary out of the box to eliminate slight ghosting apparently, but generally reviewed positively by buyers. Actually you could go with the previous VS247H-P model is and that's ~$30 cheaper and supposedly 0.4" smaller diagonally.

If you wanted IPS you could drop an inch and go with the VS239H-P at $170. The Dell U2312HM is $205 at the moment, probably significantly better overall and picture quality and still very usable for gaming unless you play a lot of competitive high speed FPSs like Counterstrike.

u/Phxnta · 2 pointsr/CoDCompetitive

Yeah. Here's one I personally see recommended a lot.


u/Falkedup · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I got this one and it's pretty awesome

ASUS VS248H-P 24" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI-D VGA Back-lit LED Monitor

u/bennyschup · 2 pointsr/buildapc

This one is a little more but it has a faster response time and is a bigger screen.

I've never used this Monitor but if it's anything like all the other asus monitors I've used, you will like this

u/sonsofaureus · 2 pointsr/AskBattlestations

I have a PC connected to my living room TV for occasional web browsing and streaming - personally, I find TVs to be not great at being monitors. It's something about the screen size and the distance from the viewer and refresh rates/color/etc being optimized to display motion & not text, etc. That said, I'm sure the best TVs make excellent monitors. Plus, 4K TVs with HDR are pretty cheap now.

For desktop use, if you're ok with HD, I've always had good luck with Asus VS series monitors. Big glossy bezels but I stopped noticing it after a while, and 2ms response time. If budget allows, get 4 - you kind of have 4K, with huge bezels.

I think HDR is a premium feature on monitors - the cheapest one seems to be this Dell but they get up there in price like this Samsung or this Asus ROG

Good luck!

u/Nicholasagn · 2 pointsr/videos

Oh wow the price jumped up! Yesterday it was around 170 USD with free shipping. Strange how it jumps around. Right now this is listing at 160 USD, although i cant comment on its quality personally.


u/dmsmikhail · 2 pointsr/computers

Dell ultrasharps are very good. HP elitedisplays are also good. A high quality monitor that is 24" should only cost around 150-250 USD.

Something to consider is the stand, and the amount of movement you want - cheaper monitors are not as adjustable as higher end monitors.

u/dankeogh · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

This would be a good buy.

u/tps222 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

This is a good one, 24 inches, 1080p, 2ms delay. $160 plus tax with an additional $20 rebate.

27'' is going to be tough to find in that price-range unless it's offbrand or refurb

u/thetonyk123 · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

For the mouse you don't need to spend a bunch of money to get something good, here's the mouse my friend uses. His only complaint is he can't turn off the LED on it, which could be a problem if you don't like it. You could spend a bit more for a better mouse such as the Deathadder or Steelseries Rival (I personally own the rival, great mouse)

For keyboards, it's up to you if you want mechanical or membrane. Mechanical will be more expensive but it's nicer to type on and feels better. This is a very basic membrane keyboard, it works. Here is a good mechanical. (FYI it doesn't use the standard Cherry MX keyswitches most mechs use, although they still feel better then membrane). You can also look at Corsair's keyboards, Corsair's, and other manufactures mechanical keyboards.

For the monitor I'm assuming you want something decent, 1080p, 60hz? Here is a 24 inch 1080p 60hz monitor, you could look at cheaper ones too. It really depends on what you want. I use 2 23 inchers that I got for $100 and they work fine for my uses.

Good luck!

u/XprojectbadassX · 2 pointsr/buildapc

I'd personally rather have a GTX 970 and a descent 60Hz monitor than a GTX 770 and a high-end 144Hz monitor, but I'm sure there are some that might disagree. The only problem is you'd have to either wait for or hunt down a 970 right now b/c they're in high demand.

[Here's an Asus monitor] ( for around $150 (w/ $20 rebate). You could use that extra cash to jump GPU levels.

u/SHIELDHEAD · 2 pointsr/buildapc

I'll address your three concerns:
**Note you didn't give me a budget so I'm working under the assumption that you want to stay around $650.

  1. Keep the i5. You seem to want to do a good amount of multi-tasking and the extra cores/speed will help.

  2. Keep the video card. You want to do dual monitors and a little Photoshop and movies so it will make you life easier and a little more fluid.

    3)Here's one of the cheaper, yet well made, 24" monitors:

    And its Asus so you have a quality brand behind it at a great cost!
u/i_dont_seed · 2 pointsr/buildapc

This is pretty popular here.

u/Raphael_Lawliet · 2 pointsr/Monitors

ok so i have a triple monitor setup for my gaming pc i use the middle one for gaming mmos fps ect and the other two for internet itunes watching videos all 3 are different monitors but all around the same size but what i need help with is should i update two of the monitors to the same or should i buy 3 new ones they are relatively oldish the two newer ones are about a year or so old my middle one ive had for years its an Acer H243Hbmid 24in that the guy at microcenter told me to get but should i replace the two and get all the same or what would be the best option for me to do i come for help so thanks for reading and all heres the link to the stand monitor stand acer asusother asus

u/RoboticEarthling · 2 pointsr/buildapc

> this monitor is great with 5ms and an IPS panel.

The one you linked is advertised as 2ms. Are you sure it's the same? Some of the reviews are saying it's an IPS panel and some are saying it's a TN panel.

u/SilverParagon · 2 pointsr/buildapc

This Asus one rivals both monitors you listed there. A bit pricier compared to the two, but you'll get your size and only a 2ms response time compared to 6ms. Doesn't seem like much, but you can tell the difference.

u/TheBreakRoom · 2 pointsr/Monitors

I have this Asus monitor. I was originally running two of those and decided to upgrade one to a 1440p and went bigger as well. I thought it would look silly at first but I actually really like my setup.

I basically ended up using them just like you described. My desktop is on the 1440p, it is also where I obviously play games as well. The majority of my web browsing is done on the 1080p, simply because the 27" 1440p tends to be a little "too much" when just trying to casually browse. I also do the majority of the videos on the 1080p.

One is a VA display and the other is a TN. So I basically almost have the most obscure difference of monitors but I love it. Honestly at my casual sitting/viewing angles, the colors are not drastically different and the contrasts are similar enough. It's not like they are sharing any of the images I'm looking at to where it will matter anyway.

u/backandbis · 1 pointr/blackops2

Asus VS248H-P 24-Inch Full-HD LED Monitor

This is what I use. It's amazing. 2ms response time.

u/Caliboy50124 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Hey I need a 1080p monitor. I have a gtx 970 strix and an i5 so I thought a 1080p would be best. I'm trying to stay below 200$. I have 2 monitors in mind and would like to know if they are both reliable? I don't know too much about benq but this monitor seems nice.

u/jamalcalypse · 1 pointr/buildapc
u/hyliandusk · 1 pointr/Guildwars2

I bought this a good few months ago, and haven't been disappointed with it. It's stock settings are pretty bright, but it's got some nice presets, and once you mess around a bit with the RGB settings, it's lovely.

u/Jespy · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I bought 3 of these back in 2012 when I got my triple monitor set up. They'll go down in price every now and then and they have been GREAT.

Highly recommend them.

u/cl0ckwork · 1 pointr/buildapc

Asus 24 in h LED

Have 2 of them. They are great.

Less than 200, less than 2ms response time. This is an acceptable gaming monitor.

u/GoldenRoach · 1 pointr/battlestations

ASUS VS248H-P 24" LED Monitor And yes they are both the same.

u/tomj · 1 pointr/buildapc

Good to know. I was led to believe that dual gfx setups were better for VR rigs. Not sure what res I should be looking for. I'm currently using three of these, but would like to have wiggle room for when I can upgrade monitors. I appreciate the help, thanks so much!

u/iSaleh · 1 pointr/buildapc

The monitor looks great on paper. But, I have found a lot of negative reviews about how the monitor dies after months of use, dead pixels, light bleed and ASUS not honoring warranties.

Did you come across any of this ?

u/quiet9 · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I've got 2 of these. The stock mount doesn't adjust height, but you could buy another mount to go with it. I've been very happy with this monitor

u/RedTitanXIII · 1 pointr/ColinsLastStand

Do you have a specific size that you want for the monitors? I am currently using 2 of these Vizio monitors and I've been very satisfied with them.

u/mrg313 · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I have two of the 24 inch

but in monitor terms I guess they'd be considered old. Does the job though and the colors are great

u/EGLK · 1 pointr/editors

I use this piece of shit. But it doesn't matter if you accept your not getting accurate colors. Its more screen real-estate to work with. I have the 24 inch, and I wish I had bought the 27. My desk can fit it and screen is always better.

u/zacch2k10 · 1 pointr/buildapc
u/dannnyt97 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Yeah i had this one in my cart on amazon along with this one: Is this one any good?

u/ultrunr · 1 pointr/rva

2x ASUS VS248H-P 24" LED Monitors - selling both together for $150

Dual Monitor stand - $50

u/Aytrx · 1 pointr/CoDCompetitive

If you dont wan to spend a crap ton of money on a BenQ you can get this Asus Monitor

u/anticucho · 1 pointr/buildapc

Right now I have an ASUS VS248H-P 24" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor. I plan to shop for a 1440p 144hz come May this year.

u/thisguy93 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Monitor it's a little over your price range but I love it. No internal speakers though.

u/Fenrir_dwell · 1 pointr/xboxone

Asus is what I use for my Xbox One and PC. It's definitely awesome.

u/ShadySkins · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Yes... it did mean frames :)

As I already ordered the Alienware from this post and can't cancel it, I might as well fire it up and see if I like it.

I'm currently "borrowing" this monitor from my security system until I get a dedicated monitor for my PC. It is what I will be comparing the new one too.

ASUS VS248H-P 24" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor

u/Mashable_Pixels · 1 pointr/xboxone

I use the BenQ RL2455HM but there are some other decent options to like the ASUS VE247H or the ASUS VS248H, All these monitors are full 1080p, 60FPS, Have HDMI inputs, Fairly cheap yet exceptionally good console gaming.

u/kankadir94 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

This one is nice it'S 1080p 24 inch and for better gaming it has 2ms response time

Edit:It's also the best seller

u/mjsnyder15 · 1 pointr/computers

BenQ is the official gaming monitor. If you going to use it for photography I would actually suggest this. My roommate uses this one for his photoshop and video editing and loves it.

u/mon1t0r · 1 pointr/buildapc

but the 8HP says it is IPS on amazon? (
edit: now i see that asus site lists it as 1080, not 1200. probably the difference. but I still think that it is IPS.

Thanks, I seem to have it straightened out now. One last question:

Now I am deciding between the Asus VS24AH-P, the U2412M, and the PA248Q. Why should I want the U or PA instead of the VS24AH-P, since it is 1200p as well? For the difference in price I could just buy a VESA stand to retain swivel capability and still have 10$ or so left over?

u/ottosunday · 1 pointr/Monitors

The only company that makes IPS panels is LG.

LG supplies these panels to other manufacturers and uses them in their own monitors as well. The difference between an LG IPS Panel and another companies will be the on screen interface, chassis, stand and quality control.

At the moment Asus has some of the best deals I've seen for 23"-24" IPS panels.

Take a look on amazon at this one or this one

u/OhDangGirl · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

If you can't find one of these

Or one of these

On sale at around the same price. The LG is just as good.

u/fomsey · 1 pointr/GlobalOffensive

tl;dr: What 144hz monitor is generally recommended?

I'm fine with sacrificing color accuracy for better results as this will not be my only monitor but will likely be my primary monitor. I am using the ASUS VS248H-P monitor currently which is 24". 60hz, and has 2ms response time. I really don't know much about this topic but I know the concept of why 144hz is prefferable to 60hz, and how it works better, but I don't know about the specifications beyond that and this is all kind of confusing.

What is "the" counter-strike monitor? Price isn't much of an issue but I would rather the same specifications at worse color accuracy than hundreds of cad more for slightly darker blacks.

I just want a 144hz 1080p or higher monitor. Prefferably I would like it to be 24" minimum, or not much larger, and if 1 ms response is better then that too I guess. There are a lot of options and not a lot of recent resources that I can find to help with the purchasing proccess that aren't funded by the companies themselves. I thought the CS community would have relevant tips so I though I'd ask.

u/soooooooup · 1 pointr/buildapc

current monitor is

streetfighter is locked at 60fps for gameplay purposes. CS:GO is normally over 100fps

u/haiduy2011 · 1 pointr/buildapc

I'm building my first PC soon since black friday/cyber monday's coming up. I just want to know if these parts gonna work together or if there's gonna be any bottlenecking. I copied a similar build from r/pcmasterrace. I know it's best to get a good monitor with g-sync, but that's currently out of budget for me. I'll probably grab it later, but for now i'll just stick to 60hz 1080p.

This is currently the monitor I have

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i3-6100 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor | $109.99 @ SuperBiiz
CPU Cooler | Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler | $24.88 @ OutletPC
Motherboard | MSI CSM-H110M Pro-VHL Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $53.99 @ SuperBiiz
Memory | *Crucial 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory | $39.99 @ NCIX US
Storage | PNY CS1311 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $39.99 @ Best Buy
Storage | Hitachi Deskstar 7K2000 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $43.99 @ Amazon
Video Card | EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB GAMING Video Card | $249.18 @ Amazon
Case | Deepcool TESSERACT SW ATX Mid Tower Case | $39.99 @ SuperBiiz
Power Supply | EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $41.89 @ OutletPC
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $663.89
| Mail-in rebates | -$20.00
| Total | $643.89
| *Lowest price parts chosen from parametric criteria |
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-11-14 01:02 EST-0500 |

u/The_Mighty_Onion · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

ASUS VS248H-P 24" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor

I have the 23" version and it's quite nice.

u/PandaPropaganda_ · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

ASUS VS248H-P 24" Full HD 1920x1080 2ms HDMI DVI-D VGA Back-lit LED Monitor

A little bit over 150 (159.99) but still a good monitor for the price

Walker Edison Soreno 3-Piece Corner Desk, Black with Black Glass

I have this desk and it is a great desk for the price and especially good if you don't have a ton of room

u/binginJAK · 1 pointr/buildapc

For what you said he'll be using it for mostly it looks good. The monitor is a little pricey, this is about the same size and $100 cheaper. Overall it looks fine though.

Edit: and if going with the cheaper monitor gives you more room to work within your budget you could put more toward a better processor. The one you have listed is $100. If you live near a micro center I picked up an i5 4690k for $180 at the one near me. That would handle anything he could throw at it without a hiccup.

u/Not2Die2 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Not much trouble there. If you play fps's hardcore (cs:go) then the biggest thing to look for is MS and then you'll wanna go for

u/MacTechReviews · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I would get the Asus monitor, except from here. I can vouch for it, because I own it. It has some very good color reproduction.

u/Cerealkillr95 · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I'm currently looking at getting an Asus VS248H-P. It's got great reviews and is a decent price.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/battlestations

They are 2 different monitors. The left monitor's VESA mount is lower than the right monitor's.

  • Left Monitor - Acer 23.6"

  • Right Monitor - Asus 24" LED

    I specifically use the Acer for gaming and the Asus for other tasks.
u/Genocidal · 1 pointr/buildapc

If you haven't already grabbed a 6500 for the listed price I'd consider a CPU+mobo bundle at Microcenter (there are two in the Chicagoland area) and putting that $75 towards a 1080p monitor -- you can pick up a decent 24" for a little over $100 (something like this as an example:

I mention that because $115 for a 6500 is crazy cheap. If you can get that, it will beat out any deal Microcenter offers, otherwise their CPU+mobo bundles are almost always the best price available.

u/aurorafluxic · 1 pointr/battlestations

What's your budget? The monitor I tend to recommend people is this one:

Tiny,tiny bezels, minimal design, and a great panel.

If bezel size is of no concern to you and you'd like to pay less, you can still get a fantastic panel from Asus for even cheaper:

I own 4 of those (in our house) and can vouch for them.

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u/AsianMiller · 1 pointr/buildapc

I'm currently not playing any video intensive games; I just want to keep my options open in the future. I picked the 144hz panel because I read somewhere that it looks sweet. I had originally picked out the Asus V248H.

u/_THAT_GUY__ · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I have seen 144hz monitors slip around $250 on sale. I have also found some 1440p resolutions stip down to 250 as well. However i would suggest a 1080p ips screen around $200.

something like this:

u/henrybddf · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Try the ASUS VS248H-P. There's the ASUS VE248H with a squarer, more similar stand to the VG248QE, but costs $30 more.

There's a 1ms model in the UK called the VS248HR but can't seem to see it on US Amazon.

u/not_that_youd_care · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I'd recommend this one for the price range. It's 1080p, 24" display, has 2 ms response time and is $30 cheaper.

u/Aellus · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

>Yeah but they're more expensive and harder to find.

> ...

>people using 16:9 on their computers are imbeciles

16:10 used to be a lot harder to find. There was a time when large (24") 16:9 monitors were ~$250 and 16:10 monitors were $600+. The simple cost savings make it stupid to buy 16:10 for most people who didn't really care about the extra screen area. But its gotten a lot cheaper:

24" 1920x1080: $170

24" 1920x1200: $285

The difference is a lot smaller. Power users can reach for 16:10 a lot more easily now, but it is still far enough out of reach for the average person who just wants to buy whatever is cheapest.

u/Jako21530 · 1 pointr/unixporn

I finally got a 1080p monitor!

Amazon link if you are interested

More importantly, I upgraded my GPU to a 380x from a 280x. Now when my computer is kicking, it doesn't sound like a wheezing whale.

To celebrate the occasion I changed up my BSPWM config for the first time in a couple months.




Wallapaper - I changed the colors to blue and added a vingett so my eyes wouldn't melt as I look at the screen.


u/Wandrell · 1 pointr/gadgets

Hello guys,

I have a 17 inch laptop and I want to get a new monitor. I will use the new monitor as the main monitor for my laptop, and plug a Nintendo Switch to it.

The important stuffs:

  • Purchasing in Canada (I only looked at, any other good alternatives?)

  • I think I want an IPS but not fully decided

  • No need for G-Sync/FreeSync; but need HDMI (laptop constraints)

  • Looking for 1080p60 (cant output any higher)

  • Since I will use it for both PC and Switch, I was thinking that having 2 HDMI inputs on the monitor would be great, but not necessary.

  • Main use: Gaming (Dota, Civ, Many Indies, Nothing too demanding)

  • Secondary use: Media, Web (TV Shows & Movies all in 1080p, Reddit, Essay Writing)

  • Budget: $150-$300

    Got these on my list so far: ASUS VS248H-P, ASUS VS239H-P, BenQ GL2460HM, Acer S241HL, ASUS VE247H

    Any help would be greatly appriciated :)

    Thank you!
u/RDW_789 · 1 pointr/forhonor

I can link you the one I have, but other than that I don't know. I'm sure you can find a better one if your budget is 400 bucks. Maybe you can ask others on here, they surely know more than I do when it comes to good prices on good monitors.

u/whosdr · 1 pointr/runescape

Without a monitor but slightly upgraded specs,

And a monitor to go with

Laptop I'm not including, something comparable would run you up $1200-$1500+

u/OlegRu · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

I would definitely strongly consider the HP if it was sold on Amazon at the above-mentioned specs...

The video and photo editing that I have done has mostly been pretty newbie stuff and nothing wild. Is there a way to compare all these displays to my old Lenovo Ideapad Y560p laptop to put it into perspective?

Edit: From what I read on notebook check my old laptop had a poor display - too reflective, lack of brightness, bad viewing angles, in addition to a horrible bat running time (4 hrs on idle when new), so as long as the screen is decent for today's standards...

Right now, since my old laptop is broken, I'm using my bro's desktop with a ASUS VS248H-P Monitor If the Laptop display is as decent as this thing, I'm good with it.

u/inthequad · 1 pointr/NHLHUT

For playing games TV's under 40" are best for gaming. Anything bigger will force you to move your eyes slightly to see and can make a difference. I play on a 46" Rca LED tv at school becuase I got a great deal on it and it works perfectly fine; although I prefer my 24" ASUS monitor at home.

Edit: Asus Monitor | RCA TV

u/Transitions · 1 pointr/buildmeapc ($732.60 initial cost, after rebates $662.59)

This is something i would recommend. It starts you off with enough power to be able to stream with plenty of room to upgrade if you wish. You can swap out the i5 for an i7 if plan on rendering videos to YouTube. Also you could decide to get Nvidia 780TI if you prefer it over AMD. As well as add in an SSD. Operating system i did not include on here i do not what you would want(windows 7 and or 8.1 or even Linux).

Building up a PC is actually very cheap. Also some add ons if you do not already own them. (please feel free to check other sites to see if you can get it cheaper)


Mechanical Keyboard

(If you prefer rubber dome keyboard)


Mouse Pad


u/ctreese07 · 1 pointr/techsupport


I'm kicking myself in the nuts for not looking more into the reviews more before buying - could have got this one for just $10 more, five stars all across the board, very few comments bitching about ghosting. Grrrr...

I don't know what I'll do. Might see if it wouldn't be a huge deal to swap, might just deal with it.

u/NexVenator · 1 pointr/Monitors

This is probably a good fit for you, trying to stay in your budget. ASUS VS248H-P

u/MikeoFree · 1 pointr/buildapc

ASUS VS248H-P 24-inch Full HD VGA Back-lit LED Monitor

This one is pretty good. My friend just bought it for his build we're putting together on Monday.

u/fularagin · 1 pointr/buildapc

Supplies wise a screwdriver and some velcro straps for cable management is about it.

I'd consider dropping the i5 6600k + CPU Cooler + Downgrading the mobo and going with i5 6500 + stock cooler + some h170/b150 mobo around 80-100$ price range and pick up a bigger/nicer monitor. Because your current monitor doesn't even support 1920x1080

Get something like this

I've preferred Asus brand but I've heard great things about Viewsonic/AOC/BenQ

u/RBHAirG · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

ASUS VS248H-P 24-inch Full HD VGA Back-lit LED Monitor


Also interested in monitors if less.

u/shocktar · 1 pointr/battlestations

Bottom is a LG 34UM67 It was quite a bit cheaper when I bought it at about US$425 a couple months ago.

Response time is a little high at 14ms, but works for the kinds of games I play, MMORPGs and real time or turn based strategy.

Top is an ASUS VS248H. I don't use it for gaming, so response time doesn't matter for that to me, but it holds up pretty well for reading or watching videos on.

u/Gaudzauw · 1 pointr/battlestations


I would say this one is pretty close. 2ms response time though. But best I could find for looking similar and staying under the budget.

u/HowsMyClutch · 1 pointr/buildapc
u/LocalAmazonBot · 1 pointr/xboxone

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u/agdICEMAN · 1 pointr/xboxone
u/ZacHaggard · 1 pointr/buildapc

I play 1920X1080 on this monitor

100fps.. I assume you mean CS GO where I can easily get 200. What would I get in BF4 Ultra and not ultra. That is the game I plan on playing next. So how much longer will my card be viable for new games? A year? Two years?

u/vertin1 · 1 pointr/Monitors
u/rkohliny · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

1080p doesn't look good on anything over 24 inches, over that you would need 1440p. That being said I just bought an Asus 24 inch full hd here and am loving it. Sturdy build quality only 150 and decent size to. Keep in mind this version doesn't have speakers (monitor speakers always suck anyway) but there is another model with speakers for 15 bucks more if you are interested. The colors are amazing and imo asus makes some of the best budget monitors besides dell

u/Aesyric · 1 pointr/Monitors

Same here man! Haha I have an HP from 2009. I'll be upgrading to a n ASUS VS248 that I have heard lots of good things about.

I'm sure what you bought is awesome with just a few flaws, you know how super nit picky some people can be.

u/MrDrumline · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Unless you live near a Microcenter, the CPU will be $20 more.

I'd recommend an Asus VS Series monitor. Great features for a decent price.

u/Hkatsupreme · 1 pointr/pcgaming

Hi all. New to this sub. So I have an XPS 8700 (please don't make fun of me) and these items are being shipped to me: ASUS Monitor and a 1050 Ti graphics card Im assuming the monitor is fairly easy to hook up, but what about the graphics card. Anything I need to take care of before I open the computer? Thank [email protected]

u/Joemeister · -1 pointsr/buildapcsales

Asus 24 inch monitor for $15 more and I believe the specs are a little better.