Dell 24 Monitor for Video-Conferencing. The P2418HZM 23.8-inch video conferencing monitor ideal for collaborating. Certified for Microsoft Skype for Business and Windows Hello.
After looking at several monitors, I chose the Dell P2418HZ and was not disappointed. It was very easy to set up (under 10 minutes), has sharp images and a high refresh rate. The adjustable base is great for stand up desks and multiple screen configuration. Although it was twice the price of other monitors I compared, it is worth the difference.Jun 19, 2021 00:06
I am happy with the size and clarity of my new monitor. It is going to enhance my virtual meeting experience tremendously.Jul 09, 2021 16:13
Connecting virtually with friends and co-workers gets a major upgrade with the monitor’s built-in camera, noise-cancelling microphones and dual 5W speakers. You’ll enjoy amazing video clarity and crystal-clear sound. Versatile USB-C connectivity delivers video, audio and data, and charges your laptop. Plus, with just one cord, you'll have a clutter-free desk space. A super clear 5MP IR pop-up camera features facial recognition through Windows Hello for convenient, instant sign-on to Windows. The best part? The camera stays hidden until you're ready for video chatting or selfies. A height-adjustable stand and a monitor that tilts, swivels and pivots so you look your best and feel your best for all-day conferencing.
Now a days a lot of people have been working from home, video conferencing, or even video calling friends and family and now you can do it all from your monitor. The new Dell 24-inch Video conferencing monitor comes with a built-in HD webcam, Noise cancelling microphone, 5W speaker, and to top it all off it also has a built in 65w USB-C charger, that also delivers video, audio, and data, this monitor does it all. So, let’s go over the features, Pros and Cons on this new Dell monitor.
Setup – The setup of this monitor and like other Dell monitors is very simple and user friendly and no tools required. In the box you will get the monitor, the base, stand, power cord, and a USB-C cable. The monitor has a built-in VESA mounting screws in case you do not want to use the base and mount it on a mounting bracket. First you would need to attach the base to the stand, and then the stand just kind of slides right into the back of the monitor. The stand also has wire gromet built-in for a clean look. At this point you are pretty much good to go. Plug in the power cord and the USB-C cable to your desktop or laptop and get to work. The monitor can also be adjusted to meet your needs. You can adjust the stand to pivot, tilt and swivel in the direction of your choosing.
1 HDMI Port
1 USB-C Port
2 SS USB-A ports
1080p Display / 75 Hz refresh rate
Camera – Let’s start off with the main feature of this laptop and that would be the built-in camera. The monitor has a 5-megapixel IR pop up camera. The camera pops up with a gentle push and can be pushed closed when not in use. I am unsure if Dell is planning on coming up with another model for this, but it would be cool if the camera was automatic, where you can open and close the pop-up camera with a touch of a button. The quality of the camera, in my experience, is not bad but it’s not that great either. I have tested out other 5-megapixel cameras on brands and devices and the picture quality of those cameras was much better compared to Dell. The image quality on Dell video conferencing seemed a bit grainy but not terrible, but on a positive note I did like that fact that the camera mounted on top of the monitor provided a better and a wider angle then compared to a camera on your laptop.
Noise cancelling microphone - The built-in microphone on the monitor worked well, I had no complains there. The microphone was able to cancel out some of the background noise I had created to check if it would be able to cancel it out and it worked just fine.
5W Speaker – The speakers on the monitor serve their purpose well. If you are conducting a video call, you can clearly hear the person talking and it sounds just fine But, if you trying to pump some beats through them, they don’t really sound that great. You really can’t expect much from 5W speakers other then the purpose they were designed for, which they perform well.
USB-C Port – So, this was by far my favorite feature of this monitor. I loved the fact that I could just connect a single cable to the monitor and do it all. I was able to charge my laptop, transfer audio, and data all in a single provided USB-C cable. I am sure this feature probably is not new, but I had seen it for the first time on this monitor and just fell in love. I love that I can connect my laptop to my monitor and charge at the same time. Amazing!!!
Built-in Low Blue Light Screen – The built- in low blue light screen makes working all day long on a computer so much easier especially if you wear glasses like do. The light and the glare from staring at the monitor does not really make for a good day at work. I really liked how this monitor has that feature built in and its on all the time, so you don’t need to mess with the options to turn it on or off without sacrificing on the display quality.
USB-C – Multi-purpose port
Noise Cancelling Microphone
Speaker (Serve their purpose)
Built in blue light filter
Camera – Although its not terrible, but not a fan of the picture quality.
Manual pop out camera
Overall, I really like the idea of having everything built-in to the monitor to make my work life easier and this monitor has really done so and while clearing up so much wire clutter from my desk. I am now just using that single cable to connect my laptop to my monitor do what I need to do and if I need to do a video conference call, I can just pop the camera out and get that done. I really like the idea, design and the finish of this monitor and If you are in the market for something that can do it all for you as well, I would suggest giving this monitor a shot.Oct 20, 2021 00:01
Having not left my office for nearly the last 2 years I can appreciate where this Monitor fits in. Very few laptops have decent cameras. I frequently use MS Teams and Zoom for video conferencing. My office setup is pretty typical a notebook to the side and a larger monitor (or 2) connected to my note book. The larger monitor is usually front and center. Which means for video conferencing I have to look to the right to use my notebooks camera (which I also have to do to use MS Hello to sign on). I've experimented with a seperate external camera and microphone and lighting. But the hassles with all the extra cables to plug in and get/keep setup, and to reconnect when I have to take my notebook with me.... well it's not worth the effort. Enter Dell's new line of video ready monitors; like I said brilliant. Not only a great IPS monitor but a monitor with a very good digital camera, which includes IR sensing so that it can be used with MS Hello to login (Hello requires 2 signals, video for comparison, and IR to make sure is not just a photograph (human heat and depth)).
The quality is the monitor for 24" is fine for Full HD. The color set up can be adjusted via RGB settings (great if your using it for photo editing, or content creation - you can exactly match the calibration you need). The 75Hz refresh rate insures you can't see any repaint on the screen, and it also prevents screen tearing when gaming. It supports AMD's FreeSync for improve frame stability when gaming. The other hidden big deal i that this monitor has a 5W sound bar built in. The sound quality is really excellent and clear, it seems to come from the sides and the bottom (it won't replace my $1K sound system w/sub), but does an adequate job of providing crisp voices when used in a video conference. It also provides a echo canceling microphone(s) so that the sounds from the monitor do not effect the sound heard on the other end. It does an excellent job of this. I have a $100 dual mic, echo canceling set up that I used with a seperate camera, and the Dell mic set up is every bit as good. This is often over looked when making video calls. The quality of the mic greatly effects the quality of the video call. The only thing that I might have added is some direct diffused lighting, I use a 4" light ring with adjustable color/light output clamped to my desk on a long goose neck. I use it for video calls and for desktop lighting, when doing close-up work.
The monitor is highly adjustable up/down,right/left. And the monitor can be turned on it's stand so that it can be used in portrait or landscape modes (it's not hard to turn, but you can't do it without using 2 hands). The monitor supports 3 means for connection: HDMI, DP and USB-C. USB-C is fairly new, your computer must support USB-C/DP output. Most notebooks with Thunderbolt/USB-C output or Power Delivery support this. Mid to high end notebooks fro the last 2+ years have offer this. I love this functionality. This Dell monitor also has a USB hub with Power Delivery built in so you can connect a USB device to the monitor (under left side of monitor (I put a little piece of tape on the bottom edge of the monitor so I could find it more easily). I can use it to fast charge my iPhone; very convenient, and it can be disabled to save energy from the setup menu.
The display quality and off angle viewing of this monitor is excellent, watching video on the monitor is very good when at least 16-18" from the monitor. Any closer and you can see the pixel array onscreen. The 24" is full HD (the 27" DZ monitor is QHD). One feature that is not supported is HDR/HDR10. The only time you would miss this is when watching Movie's that support this. It is something I look for, but in testing the HD set up in Windows 11, it was hard to see how the output could be improved (once the brightness and contrast were turned down from their defaut 75% settings). These settings are fine for a bright room but for viewing movies I found 40%/50% to provide better cleaner shades of grey and blacks.
For a 24" HD monitor it is excellent. I suspect the 27" QHD is more in line with state of the art. But not all workspaces are alike. Because I have 2 monitors on my desk, I really can't fit 2 27" monitors, but 2 24" plus the notebook fit comfortably. I also found the USB power deliver output under the monitor was sufficient to charge/power my notebook, one less power cord to my desk - cool.
I'm proud to have this monitor on my desk. I've been asked by several clients, what I'm using, as they can tell it's an improvement from just using my notebook. Dell once again has produced an excellent product, and push the camera down and you know your not going to be spied upon!Nov 06, 2021 13:24
Dell’s latest 24” full high definition (FHD) 1920 x 1080 monitor integrates a webcam, noise cancelling microphone, speakers, power delivery, and usb connections all in a single monitor to make a clutter free workspace. I have a small table at home that I use for work, so the compact size of the 24” monitor doesn’t take up much table space. And with the super thin bezel along the sides and the top, it feels larger than 24 inches. I also like that the monitor can tilt, swivel, and be raised up and down for the best viewing ergonomics. As an added bonus, I can rotate it 90 degrees into portrait mode which is great for providing a much greater view of the list of emails in my inbox and for reading long paragraphs of text. Not many monitors nowadays can boast having the ability to tilt, swivel, adjust height, and swing into portrait mode. Well done Dell!
While I like the vividness of glossy displays, I really enjoy the anti glare matte display on the Dell monitor. My workstation is set up such that I constantly get the reflection and glare from my window and lights. I’ve used glossy displays in the past, but had to frequently move my head around to see the screen due to all the reflection and glare. Now, I only consider screens with anti glare properties.
There are plenty of options for connecting the monitor to your computer. There is an HDMI 1.4 port, Display port 1.2, and a usb-c port. However, connecting via the usb-c port will allow the greatest use of the monitor. With a single usb-c cable, it will provide power delivery up to 65 watts to your laptop along with video, audio, and data. Rounding out the other ports, there is a 3.5mm audio out jack, and two usb 3.2 Gen 1 ports, one of which can provide up to 2A of charge for devices such as cellphones. Did you catch what is missing? There is no LAN network connection on the Dell 24”. You’ll need to look at other monitors for that if you want to hardwire into your network.
Dell also did a great job with a well-thought out webcam design. It’s a pop-up style webcam that can be pushed down away from view to ensure both full privacy and avoid any unintentional mishaps. The webcam can be used with Windows Hello for face recognition login. It does a decent job with video. It’s crisp and clear when there is plenty of light, but gets a bit grainy in lower light conditions. It’s quite a bit better than my laptop’s built-in 720p webcam. The noise cancelling microphone on the Dell monitor also works well. I used it throughout the week for several video conference work meetings, and my meeting participants all heard me loud and clear even when the gardeners were mowing the lawn next to my open window.
The integrated 2 x 5 watt speakers are well tuned for voices for video conferencing but leaves much to be desired if you’re planning to use them for entertainment purposes. Using the speakers for music and movies was disappointing. There are adjustments on the menu for different audio profiles (standard, voice, music, movies, games), but none of them really made much of a difference. Audio enthusiasts should keep their external speakers close by.
The display menu is easy to access from the buttons on the lower right hand edge of the monitor. There are plenty of options to adjust color, brightness, contrast, etc. One feature from the menu that I want to highlight is the option to allow the laptop to continue charging from the connected usb-c cable even when the monitor is turned off.
Something to take note of, the 65 watt power delivery may not be sufficient for your laptop. Some of the current laptops need more than 65 watts of input power for optimal performance. I’m using a Dell XPS 15” and with the power delivery from the usb-c cable plugged in from the monitor, I get a warning notification on my laptop that it is still receiving charge, but not charging optimally.
Finally, it’s not entirely a plug and play set up. When you plug in the usb-c cable, you may need to go into your laptop’s settings to enable it to use the external monitor’s webcam, microphone, and speakers. Otherwise, you might encounter a situation where you are using the Dell monitor’s webcam, but the laptop’s microphone is being used instead of the Dell noise cancelling microphone or the audio is coming out of your laptop’s speakers instead of the speakers from the monitor.
In summary, I think Dell developed a useful video conference monitor that the work from home professional will appreciate. It has the critical video conference features such as a pop-up webcam with noise cancelling microphone along with speakers tuned for clear dialogue. Connecting the monitor using a single usb-c cable also provides a clutter free set up. Rotating the monitor into portrait mode is a big plus for those needing to view column-type content such as paragraphs of text. Dell packed a lot of outstanding and useful features into the monitor, making it one of the standouts in a crowded field of monitors.
What's In the Box
Dell 24" monitor with stand
pictorial installation guide
warranty and regulatory informationOct 24, 2021 02:46
Doing video calls can be such a hassle especially if you are collaborating with the caller at the same time. Dell’s S2422 HZ monitor eliminates those hassles whether you are using a desktop or a laptop. This monitor was designed around and excels at video conferencing.
Features: The display is an IPS panel which supports FHD 1920 x 1080 with a refresh rate up to 75 hz. It has a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a 4ms response time which is great for general use. The monitor has the typical Dell stand which gives you total control over the display height and angle. There is a 5 MP IR webcam with a 2560 x 1920 resolution at 30 frames per second that is built into the top of the monitor and it is retractable. To use the webcam you just push down on the top panel to release it and it raises up above the center of the display. To store the webcam you just push the webcam down until it locks into place again. This is a great feature because there is no confusion as whether the webcam is on or not since its concealed when not in use. The webcam has IR capability which helps for video calls when the overhead lighting isn’t very bright. There is a small white LED IR indicator that comes on next to the lens when the IR webcam is working. The monitor has two 5 watt speakers that are down firing. Because the speakers are built into the monitor and face downward the monitor has some depth to it towards the bottom of the display. The audio quality is good enough for video calls and above the quality of the typical laptop speakers. At the top of the monitor there are built in microphones that have noise cancelling capabilities. Note that you need to make sure the microphones are correctly set up to get the benefit of the noise cancellation. The Dell user manual explains this in detail.
Setup: There are several ways to connect this monitor to a laptop or pc. You can use the supplied USB-C cable if your computer supports USB-C otherwise you will need a HDMI or Display Port cable. The HDMI or Display port cable will support the audio as well as the video to the monitor but you will need to also connect a USB cable between the monitor and computer to get the webcam operational. I tested mine with using the USB-C cable as well as using a HDMI with an USB-A cable and both scenarios were plug and play with my laptop. The Dell user manual explains the possible connections in detail so its worth downloading it. On the back of the monitor there is a HDMI port, Full size Display Port, USB-C with 65 watt charging capabilities, audio out jack and a USB-A port which can charge a phone. Note both USB ports are version 3.2. To set up the monitor there are four selector buttons and an on/off switch on the bottom of the right side of the monitor. While having the buttons on the bottom allows you to mount multiple monitors edge-to-edge it also makes it more difficult to operate them. Why Dell doesn’t put these buttons on the front of the monitor is beyond reason! The default functions for the buttons are Mute, Preset Display mode, Menu, and select. Via the menu button you can fully personalize the monitor and all its functions. You can also download Dell’s Display Monitor app which gives you like functionality without having to hunt and peck at the little buttons on the bottom of the display. Once I had the monitor cabled, I checked out the monitors performance using the Eizo monitor test. The panel was perfect with no pixel issues and the colors and gray scales were uniform across the panel. Basically the image quality is what you expect from a quality monitor. Next I tested the webcam capabilities and I found the image quality from the camera to be acceptable. I did not perceive any choppiness when moving around in the image so the 30 frames per second was sufficient to provide smooth video. The noise cancellation was helpful but this won’t mute out a barking dog on a conference call. Overall I liked the monitor and it is well designed for its purpose of supporting video calls.Oct 22, 2021 15:12
This is an excellent monitor for working from home.
Nice and bright screen: IPS display with anti-glare coating. It can get very bright and it's comfortable to watch.
The screen is a fairly standard full HD 1920x1040, 16:9, and 24".
The design of the monitor is very good. The overall design is typical Dell, and in a good way, they know what they're doing: Bezels are very thin. The bottom border is thicker but still very compact. The base is the block of plastic painted silver that's one come to expect from Dell. I don't particularly appreciate plastic pretending to be metal, but looks fine. The back is a really nice patterned cream color that's nice if it gets exposed. The arm is very solid: The monitor can be lifted up and down, with ample movement and can also rotate 90 deg. Very stable arm. I appreciate it. Putting the base together is a cinch with not tools required and the arm snaps into the monitor. It can be released with a concealed button in the back, and it conceals a VESA mount. It even comes with the appropriate screws, that remain hidden when using the stand provided. Excellent design here.
Where this monitor really shines is connectivity: 1 USB-C, 1 DisplayPort, 1 HDMI.
It has a built-in 1080p camera with IR (Works with Windows Hello), microphone array and speakers.
The camera is concealed. It works exactly like the All-in-One Inspirion series from Dell: Push the top of the screen and the camera pops up. Pop it inside the monitor when not in use.
The camera and mic works with the USB-C connection. Speakers also work with the DisplayPort and HDMI connections.
The power supply is part of the monitor: No power brick, it uses a standard (removable) power cable. The monitor also comes with an USB-C cable which also charges the computer, and that's where it makes a huge difference: Single power cable for both the monitor and a laptop. Single connection from the laptop, doesn’t get any simpler.
The monitor also has two USB-A 3.0 outputs: One on the back next to the other connections, and one on the bottom bezel: Ideal for an USB-C stick when needed. These works when using the USB-C connection.
Speaker: When connecting the computer the first time via USB-C, it recognizes two outputs: One via the video connection and one via USB-C. Both sound good. When selecting the USB audio, the volume can be controlled from the computer.
Power delivery: The monitor can also charge devices via the USB-A ports in addition to the USB-C. Power delivery settings can be configured from the monitor's menu, independently between USB-A and USB-C.
Controls: Settings and shortcuts are accessible via concealed buttons on the bottom bezel. An on-screen menu that's aligned with the button comes up when pressing them. The camera and mics can be completely disabled from the menu.
This monitor is not just for windows computers:
• MacBook recognized everything, and the camera worked just as well, with better resolution and clearer than the built-in camera (macOS does not use the IR cameras however).
• Chromebook also worked just fine, and recognized the camera (Tested it with Zoom).
Also this monitor supports AMD FreeSync.
Overall I really like this. Ideal for working from home with the built-in camera that also focuses on privacy. It eliminates a lot of clutter with a single connection to the computer.Oct 21, 2021 21:44
Probably the standout feature for this monitor is the fact that it basically has the functionality of a USB-C hub built into it! With just one USB-C cable (included), you can connect this monitor to a compatible laptop in order to:
- Extend the display to this monitor
- Charge your laptop
- Add a Windows Hello-compatible webcam and microphone
- Add speakers (built-in to this Dell monitor)
- Add two USB devices (such as a keyboard or mouse) using the 2 USB ports on the monitor
This is extremely convenient for hybrid work and learning from home, as when you want to work from home, you can simply connect the USB-C cable to your (hopefully) compatible work laptop and get a full desktop experience. Then if your significant other or child needs to connect their (hopefully) compatible laptop to work at the same desk, swapping is just a matter of unplugging the USB-C cable from one laptop and plugging in the next.
So which computers are compatible? You’ll probably need to Google the technical specs of your laptop to see if it supports DisplayPort 1.2 via USB-C. Most modern Dell laptops with a USB-C port seem to work, but there is no rule that states that a manufacturer must support DisplayPort if they include a USB-C port on a machine.
The USB-C cable also supports charging via the Power Delivery standard up to 65 watts. Even if your laptop came with a more powerful charger (such as a 100-watt charger), it might still accept a smaller charge over USB-C at a slower rate. Again, you may need to Google the specs of your laptop because there is no definite rule that a USB-C port must support charging.
The display on this monitor is vivid and clear and both photos and movies look great on it. The IPS panel allows the display to look sharp even when it is at an angle. And the monitor can be set to a low 4ms refresh rate for casual gaming. Just note that this is not a 4K monitor as it maxes out at a 1080 resolution.
I tested this monitor with the Dell G15 gaming laptop (which came with a 100-watt charger) and although it didn’t seem to indicate that it was charging, it seemed to discharge at a slower rate. The display, camera, and USB devices connected to the monitor all worked correctly regardless. Testing this monitor with the new Surface Pro 8 tablet produced similar results and did indeed activate the charging indicator in Windows.
The built-in webcam can be lowered into the monitor for privacy when not in use. When you’re ready to make a video call, simply press down on it to pop it up. The video quality is great in bright lighting conditions but does become very grainy in low light. If you have a relatively dark home office, you may need to add a light ring to your setup to get the best picture quality.
The speakers are fine for online meetings, but they can sound tinny and are not great for music due to their lack of bass.
Although this monitor is pricier than many other 24-inch monitors, it does include a USB-C hub and Windows Hello hardware that could cost a couple hundred extra if purchased separately. The display, charging, webcam, and USB ports work great, but you’ll need to make sure your laptop supports DisplayPort and Power Delivery via USB-C in order to take advantage of all of the features.Oct 21, 2021 15:44
If you are looking for a monitor that is easy to assemble, has every type connection you may need (USB-C, HMDI, DP) to hook it to your laptop, has an easy-to hide camera, mic and great speakers, well, this is the monitor you need!
My employer recently issued laptops to everyone so that we can be super functional in the office, at home, or on the go. At work, I have a nice docking station, but needed something at home that I could use for work and for personal. This monitor, well, calling it a monitor is not that descriptive!, connects me to everything I need with one USB-C cable.... It includes a good camera which pops up at the top of the screen and goes down for privacy, mic and great speakers, PLUS you can attach usb devices like externat hard drives, etc. I can join a video conference with nor worries and no cables everywhere, just that one usb-C, which is also charging my laptop! When I want to switch laptops, it's unplug from one and plug into the other. marvelous!!!
Now, taking it out of the box and attaching the stand was a snap. just hand tighten the wingnut to add the base to the stand, then pop the stand into the back of the monitor. This monitor has a good heft and weight, so it is very stable (which is great with the camera). The screen can be vertical or horizontal -- just be certain you have it high enough so it doesn't hit the table when you flip it! ). It also moves side-to-side and tilts. Controls are easy to access in the lower bottom right edge of the monitor. Again, it is so much more than a monitor-- is likes a super monitor!
Anyone who hates to fuss with lots of cables but wants a bigger monitor with the laptop will love this Dell Video Conferencing Monitor. And it's Dell Quality, of course!Oct 24, 2021 17:20
This is an excellent work station monitor. This monitor has a lot of things going for it. It's super simple to setup out of the box, but it only comes with a usb-c cable, so be sure that your port can handle video, or you're going to need either an hdmi or displayport cord. It has a web cam, microphone and built in speakers, which is perfect for video chats, or online meetings. Picture quality is great, and it has several options to tailor the picture as well. It's 75hz capable refresh rate makes it a decent gaming monitor too. Only issue I have with it is that it has a slight backlight bleed through. Overall it's an excellent monitor.
1.) Great picture with ability to customize
2.) Built in web camera and microphone
3.) 75hz refresh rate for gaming
1.) Backlight bleed through
2.) Sound = meh
3.) Only includes USB-C cableOct 23, 2021 06:31
Even if you're not a pro gamer, you'll feel like one with LG's 24" Ultra Gear monitor. A super-fast IPS 1ms and 144Hz gaming monitor. Cutting-edge tech gives you the edge with features AMD FreeSync Premium, lightning-fast response times, multiple gamer modes and Full HD IPS resolution. Virtually no tearing or stuttering. Less latency and all housed on a 3-sided, virtually borderless display with tilt, height and pivots adjustments.
Great gaming monitor perfect for PS5 and Xbox series xOct 29, 2021 15:30
The monitor is very nice and so much better than my old one. It works great for my gaming. I have noticed a few blocky views in certain areas of my game but I think it is just because I do not know how to properly change the setting for the best performance.
The only negative i have is that the legs come out a bit too far and sometimes interferes with my mouse movements but that would not be an issue if my desk with bigger so the monitor could sit back a bit further. Overall I am very happy with the product and feel like it was a good purchase!Jun 18, 2021 15:46
Love it! The quality resolution are amazing for my PS5!!! Love that it’s 144 Hz and 1 ms response time! This my first monitor with those specs and it makes a HUGE difference when play League Play!!!May 22, 2021 00:22
I use this as my 2nd monitor as on a vertical mount with my Lg gn950b, fantastic for multi tasking!Jul 21, 2021 15:37
Holy cow, this monitor is amazing for the price. I have no negatives yet. Just keep in mind there are no speakers but it does have a headphone jack. The colors and the overall picture and controls are excellent.Oct 17, 2021 10:51
bought it for my ps5 and it works great i love the built in crosshairs feature and so does my brother we use it for fps and the refresh rate is good for us if we decide to switch to pc. there is a slight wobble but it’s great otherwiseSep 17, 2021 16:45
Not a bad thing to say about this Monitor. The colors are all beautiful and the blacks are rich and deep!Nov 05, 2021 21:48
No regrets here this thing has great picture quality! If you are looking for an upgrade on a budget, do not overlook this monitor!Oct 23, 2021 06:17
Customize the configuration of your gaming computer with this ASUS 24-inch Full HD LED-backlit monitor. The NVIDIA G-SYNC technology produces tear-free pictures, while the fast response times minimize blurring and ghosting for an immersive gaming experience. This ASUS 24-inch Full HD LED-backlit monitor has a GamePlus hotkey that lets you adjust in-game settings easily, and the DVI-D, DisplayPort and HDMI ports let you connect a variety of input devices.
Great monitor good for comp gaming stand is nice not the best colors but gets the job doneAug 05, 2021 14:57
Looks great with games, love the stand it’s amazing and that I can be turned only down side is the sound isn’t that great. Perfect size for me to game and work from home.It’s ok that is why I gave a 3.Jun 30, 2021 23:49
Everything I expected it to be for gaming. The higher refresh rate and lower response time are a nice step up from my old BenQ monitor. Colors are sharp and mounting was a snap.
Haven't had this monitor long but so far so good. I have read some reviews on other sites that said the monitor failed after a short time so hopefully that won't happen here.
As of right now I would recommend this monitor to anyone.May 07, 2021 16:35
I adjusted the settings to my liking. I play Valorant, CoD, and other games have not had any problems. Glad I got this size and with G-SYNC for this price. Got this size so that one day I can get another and use a dual monitor setup. My friend uses the 27" and she put one vertically and one horizontally.May 16, 2021 18:51
For a budget 165hz monitor, it's pretty good.
Solid build quality, subtle look for a gaming monitor, good brightness, and so on.
I suggest this monitor if you want to go dual monitors with high refresh rate. If you only want 1 monitor, go for something with similar refresh rate but higher resolution.Aug 24, 2021 01:30
Right, when it comes out of the box it is pretty easy to put together. The stand is very adjustable. Now for the blacklight bleed, the backlight bleed is certainly good for the price, the performance is amazing, 165 Hz is blazing fast with the 0.5ms response time which I have tested and is actually true, G-Sync is also a nice feature for the price, the monitor is a fairly good size and not weird like 23.8 inches. For the cheap price, the good performance, and the adjustability, I think this is a very good Monitor.Jul 16, 2021 21:47
This monitor has worked wonders for me. I use it at tournaments to help run another station for fighting games and it does everything I need for sound and good quality picture.Aug 13, 2021 12:33
I purchased this monitor for my daughter in law. She is in love with it. She wanted a more compact look than mine. It has integrated speaker; nice perk. Not heavy, yet strong. It tilts, swivel, goes up and down. It's fast (gaming). Very good buy at a great price.Jun 11, 2021 18:11
LG's premium UltraWide monitors immerse you in everything from content creation to gaming. See a panoramic view made possible by the extra wide 21:9 IPS display for true color accuracy at wide angles. Experience easier multitasking, quickly switch between applications and enjoy a full, unencumbered view.
Taking in count the other options in the same range of the price, it's one of the best. The only bad thing for me it's that it doesn't have the option to adjust the height. I had to buy a monitor support, other than that I think is a good monitor.Oct 15, 2021 18:54
This monitor is the same height as my regular 21" monitors. I purchased a triple monitor stand and this one is in the middle. The colors really do pop. I'm glad I bought this monitor.May 21, 2021 16:45
this is only the 29 inch version, but it's like having two screens side by side.. I am wanting to get into coding or something so it will definitely be useful in that regard.Oct 26, 2021 23:00
It's a decent monitor but there are no built in speaker drivers. This caused a lot of inconvenience. Wish that had been clear in the item description.Sep 12, 2021 09:56
This monitor is massive!!! It is very worth the price, and is very efficient at doing schoolwork, gaming, or just generally browsing the internet. It fits way more on the screen: which might cause a problem getting the right resolution for some games: but nonetheless a great addition to your personal space, or work area.
-Just make sure you have good eyesight because the factory scaling is quite small.Aug 20, 2021 19:52
Working with the ultra wide monitor in my office and I am currently working on a new order. The exact same monitor! Quality is great and the price is very good for the quality. I complex settings for the dual monitor setup.Jul 08, 2021 03:52
Love this monitor. it is same height as standard HD monitor, but about 2x as wide. Seems to be fairly scalable to any application or applications. I did have a duvet use with my Dell laptop, but not on my Lenovo. Bonus feature - it has 2 HDMI inputs and sound output (1/8" analog Jack) - so put a smart TV stick in it, and done external speakers and it doubles as a TV. One drawback is that there height is not adjustable, but it is tiltable. The height is tolerable, but would have liked to be able to raise it up another 2-3 inches. Overall, a good but for the price, and my productivity has gone up - esp for large spreadsheets, CAD, etc.Oct 16, 2021 07:47
The picture was crisp and clear, and the setup was pretty simple.
It really gives you a lot of real estate to work with for desktop space. LG even has a program you can download for ultrawide monitors (called OnScreen Control) that helps with splitting the screen however you'd like.
One thing I'd say is that it won't give you that exact two-screen feel because it's 29". If you're looking for something that's essentially two screens in one, go for the 34". You might also want to spring for the curved monitors at that size because I found my head turning side to side a LOT for simple things like clicking the Windows button in the corner or closing apps/browsers.May 11, 2021 14:11
The New Definition of High Definition: This FHD display feels as good as it looks, packing 99% sRGB color gamut for color accuracy and AMD Freesync™ to keep your eyes up to speed with your imagination. Looks Good, Feels Good, Does Good: Increase viewing comfort with HP Eye Ease with Eyesafe® certified technology that doesn't sacrifice color quality. Monitor designed with sustainability in mind with 85% postconsumer recycled plastics and packaged in recycled materials. Doing good never looked so good. Streamlined & Seamless: Streamline your setup with its slim profile, innovative cable containment, and seamless design for side-by-side screens.
The monitor is easy to set up and it works great with the new apple Mac-miniOct 22, 2021 15:51
Worth for what you pay. Highly recommended for anyone interested.Oct 22, 2021 16:33
Display was defective when connected. Tried multiple PCs and cables. Now I get to spend time returning it.Nov 10, 2021 16:33
I am pleased so far with this monitor. I had no problems getting it to connect to my laptop. The screen size is great. I do wish that you could swivel it around without having to turn the whole monitor, but I knew that it didn't before I purchased it and it is not too heavy too move.Oct 20, 2021 09:30
Bought 2 of these for when i go back in the office. My work is terrible about supplying us with nice things even though they are a billion dollar company. I tried these because they were a nice size for all the spreadsheets i use and a good price. They are great. I am currently using them at home until we go back in the office but can't wait to have them at work and can actually see what i do! I dont know if i would use them for gaming but for work... they are perfect! Very happy.Oct 26, 2021 07:40
Great BIG screen with great quality and colors are good. Only complaint is that I can’t make it taller or shorter, it’s set at one size.Oct 15, 2021 15:29
These are probably the best monitors I’ve owned, I have purchased almost 20 of them for my workplace and everyone loves them.
They picture is crisp and easy on your eyes, highly recommended.
One drawback is that you can’t mount these without a custom modification.Oct 28, 2021 21:57
This item was much better than my old monitor which was a decent amount smaller and isn’t as bright as this product. This product is also wider and bigger which was a big plus. Great product for its cost.Nov 09, 2021 19:30
Get the functionality you need with this Asus MB169BPLUS monitor, which is USB-powered for a flexible mobile setup. The auto rotate function intuitively senses orientation and switches between landscape and portrait modes.
I use this for my MacBook 12" for when I want a slightly bigger second screen. It works very well via the USB and is nice and bright. I could be slightly sharper but it's very comfortable to use. I'm surprised there aren't more option for this scenario.Aug 18, 2017 21:11
Was frustrated with the monitor but then I downloaded the beta drivers and then I loved it.Mar 17, 2017 16:28
If you do home office, you NEED one of these little guys.Sep 01, 2017 16:20
Good display. It was simple to connect using the cable that came with it. You do have to lead the drivers for it using the enclosed cd. Once completed it worked great.Oct 22, 2016 18:51
The ASUS USB Monitor is so easy to use, it really is just as simple as plugging it in and it works. The picture quality actually looks better than the Dell laptop it is plugged into. You will have to adjust the brightness controls on both the USB monitor (using the control on the left-side) and your laptop (using the function + brightness keys) to make them look similar. Don't bother trying to adjust the screens in your Windows or Invidia screen resolution control panel, you'll make things worse.Sep 08, 2016 11:10
This is an excellent, cost effective extra monitor for when you need dual screens. I use it as an extended desktop and it has the same resolution and brightness as my laptop. The screen is thin and light, and compact enough to put in the sleeve, and then in my laptop bag. I use it alot and would recommend it.Apr 18, 2018 18:15
I bought this to use as a 2nd monitor to run ArcGIS on a laptop and it has served its purpose well. My only 2 complaints with it: It doesn't get as bright as I would like it too. 2nd, the "stand" is not very sturdy.Feb 23, 2018 22:06
Needed a portable monitor for working at home. This is lightweight and not much space taken up. Not really sure I was able to fold the stand correctly based on the diagram.Dec 05, 2016 06:19
Designed to make a definite style statement in any space, the ultra-slim Lenovo Q27q-1L is a perfect blend of elegance and functionality. No matter how you look at it, the Lenovo Q27q-1L perfectly projects the vibrancy of colors on its In-Plane Switching (IPS) display. Paired with dual speakers, the Lenovo Q27q-1L leverages both the audio and visuals for an immersive entertainment experience. Enjoy flawless gaming and binge-watch shows without straining your eyes. Its premium design, accentuated by ultra-narrow bezels and QHD display, makes this ultra-slim monitor a stunning addition to your home. The latest eye comfort innovation, Natural Low Blue Light and Eyesafe Display Certification, provides maximum color accuracy minus the yellow distortions—so you can consume your favorite content without straining your eyes.
Refresh rate do not match what is advertised with big sticker. I have a Q27q-10 and the refresh rate is 75 Hz but on Q27q-1l is just 65 Hz on both inputs HDMI or DP.Oct 01, 2021 20:01
Color is accurate on this display and i was able to extend just fine, gaming on it is good with a AMD card 75 hz though could be a bit brighter but performs well just wished more gaming monitors were this thin for QHD 1440 -2K content at 144hz and this monitor would be solid.Aug 03, 2021 23:17
Crisp color. Works good. So far no issues.
Stand not adjustable though.Oct 22, 2021 15:52
Great Screen and Quality. Not too crazy about the stand thoughOct 29, 2021 10:14
The monitor is great! Totally recommend it! It’s my second monitor from Lenovo.Sep 03, 2021 17:52
It may have been me, BUT I was not able to do anything with this monitor. I used the HDMI cable it came with and was trying to use it as a 2nd monitor for my new HP Desktop. No matter what I did the Lenovo screen would not turn on. I tried to Duplicate and Extend with no response from this monitor. I then tried it on my Lenovo laptop using a Hub and still no luck. I tried adjusting my settings and no device was found. This was way too difficult and I finally gave up. The monitor did not come with any instructions other than downloading drivers, which I did. This all was an ordeal I choose not to have in my life right now. It has been returned. With no troubleshooting and no support from Lenovo, I gave up.Jul 07, 2021 12:35
Been using for almost a week and so far couldn't be happier. Great picture quality and the low blue light has been easy on my eyes for days of 10+ hours in front of a screen. Very affordable monitor with great return on value.Aug 14, 2021 12:40
Decent picture quality. Good Value for money.
Has HDMI cable includedSep 10, 2021 16:55