Lenovo ThinkVision P24h-10 23.8" QHD 2K Ergonomic Professional IPS Monitor $299 Shipped @ Landmark Computers via Amazon AU

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It seems that people here are gaining more and more demand in high resolution (above 1080p) monitors
(If you have an education email account please go to Lenovo's website for L24q-30 with $10 cheaper)
If you missed DELL's $239 and $319 IPS QHD monitor deals this one seems to be an alternative
Please be aware that this one is 23.8 inch instead of 27". L24q-30 and P24h-10 are almost the same in specification.
8 bit color depth, 300 nits Brightness and 1000:1 Contrast Ratio which makes Lenovo list it as "professional monitor" on their website

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  • I bought this from scorptec website during EoFY deals for $309 and only use for work or some times use desktop mode from my phone. Yes, thanks to it's input which also does PD.

    One thing I noticed is that it is not a very bright screen like Samsung but I like sober matte finish screen over bright reflective ones.

    Overall very happy with the purchase and would recommend to anyone using primarily for office purposes .

  • Pretty good size for potrait mode.

    • Agreed. Since my work switched to Lenovo for hardware last year we’ve been replacing older HP screens with these, and they’re a capable device. Not exiting specs, perfect for office work. I couldn’t find the warranty, but if it’s a professional model it should be 3 years.

  • I hate Lenobo's spec sheets. Utterly useless.

    https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/fb5cc63

    Actual port arrangement is quite good. I don't think Dell gives you all this unless you pay for a U series.

    1 x USB (Type-C)
    1 x USB 3.0 (Quick charge)
    3 x USB 3.0 (downstream)
    2 x HDMI 1.4
    1 x DisplayPort 1.2
    1 x DisplayPort 1.2 (Output MST)
    1 x 3.5 mm Audio Out

    • Oh that's what i didn't notice, this seems way better than any other IPS monitors at this price range. A reminder that L24q-30 lack some of these sockets as it's "home use"