LG 24" Full HD 75Hz FreeSync IPS Gaming Monitor
24" LG 24MK43HP-B Gaming Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 5ms, 75Hz, FreeSync, 1000:1, HDMI/VGA
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24” LG 24MK43HP-B FHD 75Hz IPS Monitor from LG
Details Mastered If you are looking for a monitor that delivers brilliant images with vibrant detail and smooth gaming performance, you might want to check out the LG 24MK43HP-B. This monitor features a 24-inch Full HD IPS display that offers wide viewing angles and accurate colours. Whether you are watching movies, browsing the web, or working hard, you will enjoy the clarity and quality the LG 24MK43HP-B brings. The LG 24MK43HP-B also supports AMD FreeSync™ technology, which synchronises the monitor's refresh rate with your graphics card's frame rate to eliminate screen tearing and stuttering. This means you can play high-res, fast-paced games with seamless, fluid movement. The monitor also boasts a Dynamic Action Sync mode that reduces input lag and a Black Stabiliser mode that enhances visibility in dark scenes. With these features, you can react faster to your opponents and gain an edge in competitive gaming.
Vibrant and Accurate Colour
24" Full HD DisplayThe LG 24MK43HP-B monitor has a 1080p Full HD resolution, which means that it can display images with a high level of detail and sharpness. The monitor also uses IPS technology, which stands for In-Plane Switching. This technology allows the monitor to have wide viewing angles, which means that you can see the same colours and brightness from different positions. With these features, the LG 24MK43HP-B monitor can deliver brilliant images that pop with vibrant detail from any viewing angle, making it ideal for watching movies, browsing the web, or working on documents.
An Impressive Set of Features
Easier User InterfaceYou can customise your workspace to your needs by splitting the display or adjusting basic monitor options with just a few mouse clicks.
Improved Visual ComfortTo help lessen eye fatigue and provide eye comfort while reading documents on a monitor, Reader Mode adjusts colour temperature and luminance similar to reading a paper book.
Care for Your VisionFlicker Safe reduces invisible flickering on the screen, which helps to reduce eye strain and fatigue. It provides a comfortable working environment even during long sessions.
Amp Up Your Gameplay
AMD FreeSync™Experience seamless, fluid movement in hi-resolution and fast-paced games.
Dynamic Action SyncReduce input lag with Dynamic Action Sync and catch critical moments in real-time.
Black StabiliserAvoid snipers hiding in the darkest places and quickly escape situations when the flash explodes.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD FreeSync|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Max. Refresh Rate||75Hz|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio||1000:1|
|Color Gamut||72% NTSC|
|Color Bit Depth||16.7M Colours|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||26W (Typ.) / 30W (Max) W|
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