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Scan code: LN114161 Manufacturer code: 24GL600F

LG 24" Full HD 144Hz FreeSync 1ms Open Box Gaming Monitor

Open Box 23.6" LG 24GL600F-B Full HD Gaming Monitor, 1920x1080, 144Hz, 1ms, FreeSync, 1000:1, 300cd/m², HDMI/DP

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Scan code: LN114161 Manufacturer code: 24GL600F
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Product Overview

Geared Up for Victory

LG UltraGear™ is the powerful gaming display gear with high performance features to take your gaming to the next level.


The Gear for Rapid Action

With a 23.6-inch display, and 1ms response time, the 24GL600F is the UltraGear optimized for games requiring instantaneous decisions, such as RTS and FPS.


Fast Track to Victory

With a high refresh rate and fastest response time, you can take advantage of any battlefield.


Get into Synchronized Action

With a refresh rate of 144Hz, the 24GL600F allows you to capture even the smallest movements while also providing smoother motion.


Shoot the Enemy First with Less Delay

With the 24GL600F, which supports the fastest response time, you can quickly observe the battlefield and immediately respond to enemy.


Explore the Entire Battlefield

Allowing players to see the battlefield and all the game UIs at a glance, the 24GL600F can lead to victory in the battle, and ultimately the war, through rapid decision-making.


Fluid Gaming Motion without Tearing & Stuttering

Equipped with Radeon FreeSync, the 24GL600F provides smooth motion without tearing or stuttering thanks to Adaptive Sync technology.


Real Time Combat

Dynamic Action Sync is a feature that minimizes input lag so the gameplay in RTS and FPS games is more responsive.


Spot the Enemy with Night Vision View

Black Stabilizer gives gamers full visibility even in deep-dark scenes. It synchronizes the darkest areas and makes them brighter


Aim Quickly, Shoot Faster

By placing the striking point in the centre of the display, the Crosshair feature enhances accuracy in first-person shooter games.

Features

• 23.6 Class FHD.
• 1ms Response Time.
• 144Hz Refresh Rate.
• Radeon FreeSync™.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
LG ELECTRONICS
Telephone:
0844 847 1400
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