As an E-sports player, your gadgets must be powerful and equipped with cutting-edge technology. The Lenovo G24-20 takes gaming performance to the next level with its competitive gaming capabilities. We’ve come to see what it has to offer and, of course, to ask if it’s worth our money.
What’s inside the box?
The G24-20 comes with everything you’ll need to get it up and running. They’re all neatly tucked away in various locations on the huge styrofoam container that holds the panel.
The monitor base, power cable, a bag of thumb screws, paperwork, DP cable, and a c-clamp-looking cable management attachment are all included when you open the package.
The panel and monitor neck may be found by removing the first portion of the styrofoam shell. The panel and monitor neck, like the initial styrofoam component, have their own safe areas.
Here are the features you should look out for.
Design and Build Quality
The monitor is 5.30 kg and is 19.46 x 21.25 x 9.24 inches. It has a simple and utilitarian design. It has minimal top and side bezels, allowing it to have a smaller footprint while yet giving a more immersive experience. The Lenovo logo and an LED status light are located on the thicker bottom bezel.
The G24-20 has a game appearance that reflects its gaming background. The blue-colored designs cover the v-shaped base. The slight addition of detail breaks up the monotony of an all-black palette.
The monitor has excellent build quality. It does not feel or look like a plastic product, despite its plastic ingredients. Metal innards in the base and neck give it weight, making it seem less plasticky and more quality. It outperforms others in terms of ergonomics, allowing users to alter the tilt and height of the screen, giving them additional viewing possibilities. Its base, on the other hand, is set in place and does not swivel.
The assembly procedure is very easy for the monitor. Even though the neck-to-panel attachment differs from the standard clip-on system, the installation is still simple. The monitor base features a built-in screw that simply fits into the monitor neck’s screw hole. After that, you’ll need to attach the panel to the neck. Place the panel on the styrofoam face down and match the backplate screw holes with the panel. The thumbscrews are simple to install and don’t require any special tools.
Display and Ports
The Lenovo G24-20 is a 23.8-inch monitor with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, 99 percent sRGB color gamut, and up to 350 nits of brightness with an IPS display screen. To reduce screen latency and tearing, the monitor has a 144Hz refresh rate (overclocked to 165Hz), 1ms reaction time, 0.5ms MPRT, and AMD FreeSync Premium Technology compatibility.
The Lenovo G24-20 has two HDMI 2.0 connectors, a DisplayPort 1.2 port, a power port, and a 3.5mm audio out on the rear. Because there’s no USB-C connector here, you’ll have to use an adaptor if you want to connect an ultra-portable laptop without an HDMI connection.
There are five physical buttons as well. One is used to turn the monitor on and off, while the others are used to navigate the On-Screen display. The control technique isn’t tough to learn, but a joystick would have made things a lot easier.
For Php 11,995, the Lenovo G24-20 is a solid option for those searching for a cheap 144Hz gaming monitor. It gives an excellent experience for viewing movies, productivity, and work-related tasks, as well as an immersive and smooth gaming experience. Its IPS panel gives a fantastic viewing experience with vibrant colors and wide viewing angles. Meanwhile, the 1ms reaction time and 120Hz refresh rate elevate the gaming experience. The monitor can be availed on retail stores, Shopee, and Lazada.