|Standing screen display size||24 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 Pixels|
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LG 24MP59G-P 24-Inch Gaming Monitor with FreeSync (2017) - Black
|Display Size||24 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||VGA, DisplayPort, HDMI|
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- 24 Inch full HD IPS Display
- 1ms motion Blur reduction.OS Compatibility Windows 10
- AMD Free Sync. Viewing Angle : 178/178(CR≥10)
- On screen control
- 4 screen split.Refresh Rate:75hertz
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Full HD Gaming with 1ms Motion Blur Reduction
Full HD display with 1ms Motion Blur Reduction allows gamers to enjoy the accuracy needed to play at a very high level. With a response time that is virtually 1ms, blurring and ghosting are reduced to make the action smoother and more precise.
FreeSync reduces the tearing and stuttering that occur between a graphic card’s frame rate and a monitor’s refresh rate. With FreeSync, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout their games.
Dynamic Action Sync
Gamers can experience optimized, fast-pace gaming with Dynamic Action Sync. Dynamic Action Sync is a feature that minimizes input lag so the game play in RTS games is more responsive.
Keep visibility even in dark scenes. LG's Black Stabilizer senses dark scenes and helps make it brighter so that you can find the enemies hiding and waiting to attack your player in the dark.
Set your game mode to optimize and customize your gaming conditions. There are 3 gamer modes, 2 First-Person-Shooter modes and even a RTS pre-set mode so you can choose the best mode for you and the game you're playing.
The sleek design of this gaming monitor is accentuated by red color accents on the V-shape stand. This monitor will feel right at home as part of any gamer's desktop setup.
|Resolution||Full HD 1920 x 1080||Full HD 1920 x 1080||Full HD 1920 x 1080||Full HD 1920 x 1080|
|Infinity Display (2.5mm bezel)||No||No||No||No|
|Inputs/Outputs||HDMI / DisplayPort||HDMI / DisplayPort||HDMI (2) /DVI-D||HDMI / D-Sub|
|1ms Motion Blur Reduction||Yes||Yes||No||No|
It's "game on!" with the LG mp59g Series gaming monitors. In 24 and 27 inch sizes, these monitors offer a host of great gaming features that will take game play to the next level. Performance gaming features like 1ms motion blur reduction and AMD free sync provide smooth, responsive gaming while the crosshair and Black stabilizer features give gamers the advantage to optimize game play according to their game preferences.
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Don't settle for a VA or TN monitor. The only reason you should be using a TN is if you are a PvP min-maxer or competitive e-Sports player where every GtG response millisecond counts. For VA, well there is zero reason to settle for those washed out colors when plenty of "gaming" IPS panels are out there now. The colors on this cheap $150 LG IPS panel are better than the popular budget Viotek VA panel that costs $350 for example.
But here's the catch, not even all IPS panels are created equal. A cheap IPS panel like this $150 LG, isn't as bright and doesn't have nearly as vibrant of colors as the $400 Acer IPS I settled on after my tests. LG has better IPS panels like all of the other manufacturer's do, but they are priced accordingly. This monitor has no height adjustment and sits low on the desk, so you can instantly add $20-30 to your overall cost for a VESA mount adapter or monitor stand. After comparing 2K (1440P) resolution at 27" screen size vs. HD (1080p) the difference is definitely noticeable. If you didn't know any better, you may think a 27" HD resolution is fine for gaming. If you compared the two, you'd never want to return to HD on a 27". The extra pixels per square inch a 2K screen has make everything look better from text while typing to in-game graphics. Also, there is a reason that 144hz or higher is very popular lately for gaming monitors. Between this 75hz monitor, and a 144hz, while gaming, there is a very noticeable smoothness to the moving objects on the screen with the 144hz. The 75hz appears a tiny bit choppy. I've seen it referred to as micro stutters. I don't know if I'd call it that, but it gives you an idea of the smoothness you get with a high hz.
To sum it up:
Pros - low price, Freesync, IPS vivid color, LG quality
Cons - pixelated picture at 27" HD resolution, low budget IPS not as bright and vibrant as higher end IPS, no height adjustment, low hz (under 144hz), empty space between the edge of the screen and the bezel, looks like a defect but its by design.
-75hz out of the box
-No Dead Pixels
-No Vesa mount
-Small amount of Ghosting in Windows and in some games like Skyrim when moving the world map around and League of Legends from what i've noticed when 1ms Motion Blur reduction is turned on. I've tried to fix it by setting Response time to High/Middle/Low and off but it didn't help.
So i keep 1ms MBR off.
Other than the small con this is a great monitor.
The lines are very faint and vertical. Mostly unnoticeable when playing games. But quite noticeable if you deal with solid colors alot...
It's not a deal breaker for me, but it might be for you.
Everything else though is perfect. Great viewing angles, great brightness, great contrast right out of the box, great colors, great blacks and whites. Only a faint IPS glow and backlight bleed. Great freesync range 40-75hz, modifiable to 36-75hz for low framerate compensation.
It's just somewhat disappointing to see faint vertical lines on certain solid colors. Otherwise, this would have been the perfect monitor.
Also changing the refresh rate to 60hz reduces the vertical faint lines a bit more. But I paid for a 75hz monitor!!!
I've decided not to return it. I'm getting used to the lines. I don't notice it at all during games.
I have seen these faint lines before but much worse on my cheap HP 15.6 inch n3060 laptop screen. That screen was horrible and had faint lines on every single color. LG is better but disappointing that they decided to cut costs somewhere.
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-- Very beautiful sleek design! (As good as Predator series, a major reason why i chose this! And it takes very less space compared to those old roundish bottom flat monitors ehe... its looks are a killer! :) )
-- Anti Reflective Matt Coating is effective.
-- IPS Panel, so wonderful wide viewing angle. Truly 178 degree horizontal and vertical, many people can see.
-- Important Connections : Display Port 1.2, HDMI 1.4 , Audio Out Jax (good thing they didnt waste money on waste speakers like rest), so you can make it a TV with added speakers using HDMI and Audio Jack.
-- Actual response time is 5ms, which is decent for an IPS panel.
-- FREE SYNC! Trust me, MUCH better than Vsync of even best GTX1080ti! (only Gsync could match it), Say good bye to screen tearing. And hopefully AMD FREE SYNC will get NVIDIA off their high horses huh... I aint AMD fanboy, but we really wish fair competition instead of Evil Monopoly!
-- And hey, brightness was surprising all right! i thought this 250 nits will be much lesser than 300 Nits i was used to on laptop and old LG19inch but 250 nits is well spread, screen bleeding is minimal)
-- A lot of Controls! Yeup, i like being able to totally customize every aspect, and this monitor gives you A Lot of options! (even 2 3 4 screens on same! Although the control button is like Old Nokia mobile 4 way stick, but so far so good...)
-- And it does work at 75hz! (unlike what other ppl claim thats only FreeSync feature for AMD), i used on GTX1050ti OC.
-- Balanced pricing for features it offers.
-- ALAS! The Color Accuracy, contrast is NOT As good as i imagined... duh, my biggest and only disappointment i guess, my old LG19 Inch Flatron has better color! huh, i wasnt hoping this from IPS panel which boasts 72% on Adobe, and same on Color Gamut... Its not bad but just not great, so lets hope, i can get some color calibration so that it becomes as good as it boasts!
-- Lack of Tilting or Twisting
-- No VESA support or Height Adjustment (atleast VESA MUST be there, then you can mount on stand and adjust), i took this as known compromise, still if you have worked on height adjustment, you will miss it.
-- AND REMEMBER! If you go to 1080p from 720 or even 900p, then you MUST have stronger CPU and GPU! Or else, screen Tearing etc will be unbearable!
-- And 1ms Motion Blurr is arrant nonsense! Trust me, you are much better without it!
And other things like Power Consumption etc are normal for IPS Monitors at this price range.
And btw, i got from Appario, the product was nicely double packed! (yep, double pack). With warranty card and bill. Clean new piece.
So i wrote what i could remember, a bag of mixed feelings.. but overall, 4/5, and i am staying with it..
I attached a picture of the issue, monitor has a big white spot from inside yet LG refuses to fix it.
My old samsung had a blue line issue and they replaced my monitor in a week - no questions asked. So this 3 year warranty of LG is useless, beware. I suggest you to avoid this product and look for a Samsung monitor instead.
Quite the average monitor but a little overpriced for what it actually delivers. Sad part is that it is so overrated here in other reviews which is making more people fall into buying this monitor.
First of all let me warn you that the seller Appario Retail Private Ltd is sending used products. I received a monitor with damaged display first, then I asked for a replacement and received one with scratches. Looking at seller reviews many other people have said the same that they received used products so I reported to Amazon but no action was taken but I'll ask you to avoid that seller.
Now I'm stuck with a monitor with scratches even on the front of the display but I'll review the monitor ignoring these issues.
• The quality of the monitor is pretty average. The display gets too sharp on few colours which makes you see the pixels on screen with light colours such as the blue of twitter. Every time there is blue colour on screen you can see horizontal and vertical lines all over them (pixels) which can be quite annoying most of the time. Surprised that not many people have talked about this in their reviews, googling shows that this is not my piece of the monitor but but every version of it with the same issue.
• All the "gaming" features are just gimmicks. 75hz, 1ms response rate and other stuff just doesn't work as intended. The monitor really is running at only 60hz most of the time while gaming if you're using DSR. 75hz works on 1080p and 1ms response rate mode flashes the screen badly making it completely useless. I have a nvidia card so couldn't check freesync but I doubt it's quality would be up to the mark either.
• The only good thing I can say about this monitor is the design. The top portion is very slim, the stand looks good so in terms of looks, monitor feels good. Apart from that, I don't really see any positives about it.
• Monitor also faces the issue of ghosting on 2D scenarios. In 3D it works fine but in 2D there's ghosting whether it's 2D games or a 2D animated video that you're watching.
• I tried to register the product with LG but their website doesn't work properly either. I contacted their support for help and haven't heard back in 2 weeks. I can only imagine how bad their service center would be in case this monitor needs repairing.
Final conclusion: I'm very disappointed with this monitor not only because I received a used product but also because the quality of the monitor is average at best. LG service is terrible and I wish I went from something from Samsung instead. My old Samsung monitor has been going on for 9 years now and it required repair once long ago during which time Samsung's service was excellent and they repaired my monitor within days.
I'd advice you to avoid this monitor and look for alternatives.
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The only "Issue" (If you can really call this an issue) is that there is always a black gap around the screen (See Pic). It is not too large, but enough to notice it. I would say that the border is 0.5 CM (0.2 Inches) thick. I tried all the inputs (VGA, Display Port, HDMI) and I couldn't get rid of the black border. I called LG and they said that is was made like that.
Overall, I really like this monitor. Good quality for the price.
Pros: -27" monitor with a beautiful clear gaming image
- Really good price for the screen size
- No tearing, no lags (I'm using a Nvidia GTX 1080 graphic card)
- Settings are really easy to access on screen
Cons: - An extra black border is always on screen