Lenovo L24e-30, a basic and inexpensive monitor
We are dealing with one of the most basic monitors, but also one of the cheapest you will find and in addition measuring 23.4 inches diagonally. In this case, it has a Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) with a response time of 4 ms and a refresh rate of 75 Hz; As video inputs, it integrates an HDMI port and a VGA port, and its base only allows the screen tilt adjustment, although it has a VESA 100 anchor in case you want to. you do without.
Lenovo D32q-20, with QHD resolution and FreeSync
This monitor has a diagonal of 31.5 inches and its resolution is 2560 x 1440 pixels; It has a 4ms response time and its refresh rate is 48-75Hz, variable with AMD FreeSync technology with which it is compatible. As video inputs, it integrates DisplayPort and HDMI and its base only allows tilt adjustment.
As you can see, the monitor is not a big deal, but for 200 dollars with the offer it’s a 31.5 inch 1440p monitor that’s not to say a little.
Lenovo 27m-28, stylish and inexpensive monitor
Lenovo lists this monitor as a game, simply due to the fact that it has a 48-75Hz refresh rate that is compatible with AMD FreeSync. It’s a 27-inch display with an IPS matrix, 4ms response time, and the aforementioned refresh rate. In this case, the monitor has the particularity that in addition to incorporating HDMI and VGA as video inputs, it has a USB-C input which makes it compatible with the most modern laptops on the current market.
Lenovo Q24h-10, with 1440p resolution and IPS matrix
This elegant monitor with a “design” base has a diagonal of 23.8 inches and carries an IPS LED matrix with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, with a response time of 4 ms and a variable refresh rate between 48 and 75 Hz compatible. With AMD FreeSync. Its video inputs consist of HDMI, DisplayPort and USB-C 3.1, so like the previous one, it is compatible with the latest models of laptops and mini PCs on the market.
Lenovo G34w-10, curved and ultra panoramic gaming monitor
If you are looking for a gaming monitor, this Lenovo model aspires to provide you with everything you need at a price never seen before, as it boasts a 33% discount. It’s a 34-inch screen with an ultra-wide resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels, with just 1ms of response time (the matrix is in VA) and 144Hz of refresh rate which, of course, is compatible with AMD FreeSync.
As video inputs, it features an HDMI and DisplayPort, but in this case the base, in addition to the tilt adjustment, allows you to adjust the rotation and height, which makes it one most ergonomic. Oh, and the screen is 1800R curved so that the sides are the same distance from the user as the center, which gives a greater sense of immersion.