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LG 22in FHD IPS 75hz FreeSync Monitor (22MN430M-B) $99 +Delivery (Free C&C) @ Umart


If I needed another monitor this would be worth looking at.

Not sure why Umart call it a gaming monitor.


Size (Inch): 21.5 Inch
Size (cm) : 54.6cm
Resolution : 1920 x 1080
Panel Type: IPS
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Pixel Pitch: 0.2480 x 0.2480 mm
Brightness (Min.): 200cd/m²
Brightness (Typ.): 250cd/m²
Color Gamut (Typ.) NTSC 72% (CIE1931)
Color Depth (Number of Colors) : 16.7M
Contrast Ratio (Min.) :600:1
Contrast Ratio (Typ.): 1000:1
Response Time : 5ms (GtG at Faster)
Viewing Angle (CR≥10) : 178º (R/L), 178º (U/D)
Surface Treatment: Anti-Glare 3H
Ports : 2 X HDMI ports,1 X D-SUB (VGA) port

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    Any suggestions for 2 x 24 or 27 in for home office?


      I got two 4K dell ones from recent deals, they’re great.


      For work 27'', for gaming 24''.

      If you decide to go 27'', I would say get a +30'' curved instead of 2 monitors. You can get a really nice display. If you need a second display, something like this is fine too

      Monitors are the one thing you will stare at for the next 3 years. Nobody cares what goes into the pc except for the power supply.


        I agree with everything you said right up to “ Nobody cares what goes into the pc except for the power supply.” - not sure what that meant.


        is there some good compromise between work and gaming? I'm not gaming competitively in fps and I don't want my short-sightedness to get worse so I'm honestly fine with a bigger monitor rather than smaller.
        I'm also doing creative work on these monitors so while I'm only getting 1 monitor for now, I'll probably get a second somewhere down the line. Would having a 2 monitor setup with a curved monitor be weird?


    I've had this monitor before, its not the best, but it does the job.


    Any good for photo editing if I have a colour calibration tool?