Sometimes, for whatever reason, you need to buy a cheap monitor. Either your own is damaged and you don't have a lot of budget, because you want a second monitor, or a new machine, or if you want something cheaper you don't have to go for the cheap just because it is, but to find out its features to see if it will fit you or, at the very least, provide the service you need.
It's the story of the Lenovo L24e figure we're talking about today, a multi-variable monitoring and that you can buy it just 90 euros.
Lenovo 24e, works very flexible
This monitor has an LED-VA display for 23.8 inches in diagonal and in solution Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels). I have 4 ms response time GtG, which though not the fastest one on the market, is more than enough for games, even fast-paced games – unless you are very sybaritic in this sense, where you would not want a cheaper watch if not one to gamble on, which is very expensive.
Its refresh rate is 60 Hz, common today, but supported AMD FreeSync in the range 48 to 60 Hz to help reduce cracking and minor blurring effects, in addition to making a ghost by providing smooth images. It should be noted that the true difference rate is 3000 to 1, but it has a basic variance of 3,000,000 to 1, which is user-configurable in its OSD.
This monitor has a port HDMI 1.4 and entry D-Sub (VGA)
Finally, it should be said that its base is strong and only allows you to adjust its inclination, but you can clear the road and attach a VESA mount guard if you want. Not only is the whole track impressive, but it offers very good features and at its price, 90 euros now that it has been sold, of course the most recommended purchases are made if you want a cheaper track.