This gaming monitor is 27 inches high with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), response time of 0.5 ms (according to ASUS) and a variable refresh rate up to 165 Hz compatible with AMD FreeSync, so you are undoubtedly the best friend ever played.
The matrix for this ASUS monitor is LED-TN, and features Flicker Free anti-flicker technology to protect the user's physical health. In this case, his video input is DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI (single), including VESA mounting and its support allows you to change the orientation only.
This Lenovo model is 27 centimeters diagonal, but is more prone to multimedia content than gaming because its matrix is LED-IPS, and although compatible with AMD FreeSync, its refresh rate is 48 to 75 Hz, nothing else , we have a response time of 6 ms (down to 4 ms in maximum mode). Its resolution, like the others, is Full HD.
In this case the monitor foot only allows you to change its orientation, and as you can see its composition is actually without frames on its three sides. As with video input, this time comes with VGA and HDMI 1.4, which are manufactured with built-in headphones.
This model, also from Lenovo, sees its diagonal reduced to 24 inches for users with less space on their tables, but retains the Full HD resolution of the previous ones. In this case it uses an LED-VA matrix with Eye Comfort technology, and is ideal for sports because it has a response time of 1 ms and a refresh rate of 144 Hz, which is compatible with AMD FreeSync.
Its base only allows you to change the tendency (they are cheaper to watch after all), and as video input only has HDMI 1.4.
We're coming to the edge of the offer on full HD HD monitors with this other BenQ guide, which is also 24 inches with a full HD resolution. In this case it has a 5 ms response time and 75 Hz refresh rate compatible with AMD FreeSync, but the best thing is that it has three HDMI inputs and has built-in speakers, so it's ready to use with consoles.
Eye Care technology is integrated into its IPS LED screen, including a light sensor to automatically adjust brightness. It has a VESA anchor, and its base only allows modifying the tendency.