LG 24" Full HD IPS LED Neo Blade III Monitorsearch

LG 24" Full HD IPS LED Neo Blade III Monitor

LG 24" Full HD IPS LED Neo Blade III Monitor

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when will this be dropped again? i've been waiting for a while now.
WTF?? Limited to 7 units???
This monitor has something I've really wanted for a long time - no logo on the front and thin bezels. It has a really clean, spaceship like design.
I'm curious, are there any other monitors like this at all? Every other thin bezel monitor I've found has a giant ugly logo on the front.
lol no DisplayPort in 2017
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Had to come back for this... -Talks about future proofing, yet topic is about a 1080p monitor. -Complains about buying HDMI cables when they'll likely still be around for the next 15yrs.
Because HDMI > DP & DP > HDMI adapters don't exist?
-Compares HDMI cables to HD-DVD when HD-DVD was just two more RCA cables to begin with.
-HDMI has HDCP, gah, got me there, what's a world where you can't pirate your RedBox movies?
You say you don't want to buy a non-future proof supporting monitor, and then you specifically shop for monitors that vendors are intentionally not installing advanced unnecessary components in because 1080p is going out the window.
Not sure if you came for the monitor or just to complain.
> topic is about a 1080p monitor
1080p monitors make good vertical, auxilary monitors. they're also good for *nix systems which lack proper scaling and high-dpi support
> Complains about buying HDMI cable when they'll likely still be around for the next 15 yrs
Not in my household, the rest is of no interest to me
> Because HDMI > DP & DP > HDMI adapters don't exist?
Wasting more money on HDMI accessories, yea right
> HD-DVD was just two more RCA cables
lmao HD-DVD was a disc format, not a cable
> HDMI has HDCP [...] redbox
I don't know what redbox is but I don't care to find out either - I want my monitors to work each and every time. HDCP handshake problems make that impossible.
> 1080p is going out the window
not for productivity. I prefer 1x high-dpi monitor in the middle flanked by 2 1080p vertical 9:16s over a single high-dpi 21:9. ymmv
Just arrived! Little less than 2 weeks after ordering
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Try pressing the monitor's button to turn it off, it's the same with my LG UW, if you don't pres it, the light blinks, if you press it to turn it off, it doesn't blink
This works, thanks!
lol 69 units. #420blazeit #bro
The only thing this has going for it is split-screen. MSRP may be $350 but its usual retail is $250. You can buy a monitor JUST like this one for under $120 easily, without the split screen. But Windows 10 has multitasking capability similar to split screen. There's really no reason to get ripped off for $100.
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Holy shit this guy must be one of those 30hz is the max guys. Dude go look at linus tech tips and look up his reviews on monitors. The color bit rate, etc. Not all monitors of ips look alike. Holy shit man. Would it kill you to just work and buy yourself nice things so you're not so skeptical of specs qnd experiences with products.
60Hz minimun fyi. I know my fair share of computers and monitors, I wouldn't speak if I didn't know what I was talking about.
And I'm subbed to LinusTechTips, I watch him regularly.
I'm looking for a monitor that looks better than my AOC G2460PF in the dark for 1080p video/media. Does anyone know how good the colors are? If I'm spending $200 (which is how much my gaming monitor was) I'm looking for *really* good video quality since my AOC TN panel looks like pure shit when the screen has anything black on it outside of gaming.
I'm comparing this to other IPS not TN panels for the record, just not sure where to get good recommendations for high contrast ratio panels with good colors when watching media with lots of black on screen.
i have the monitor, and i can tell you that this thing is amazing, it has anti-glare so it doesn't act as a mirror to any light, that's a huge plus for me at least, speaking of the "black" problem, it comes with an equalizer which makes black spots brighter, helps in games ;). Speaking of the quality, the monitor has a "Super rez" mode where you can set off, low, mid, or high, its perfect for photos, videos etc, the monitor comes with "picture modes" preset, you have game, cinema, photo (photo has super rez on high), 2 reading modes, color config and some other ones. Overall Im satisfied with the ips on this thing, color is very adjustable. ps i bought the monitor through a friend that had it already.
Strange to see a modern monitor with no display port, or at the very least DVI ports.
¿The $ 80.00 dollars Shipping to Colombia includes taxes? ¿Or I have to paid taxes when it arrive to Colombia?
Seems like this comes back about every two weeks?
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do these ones in particular have any major defects? I'm in for one, but I haven't been able to find anything outlining any huge issues with it. My main concern is that this is one of the monitors that Massdrop actually has the lowest price available for it, so I'm curious if there's anything wrong with their batches.
Not that I'm aware of - but I haven't looked into it. It seems a bit much for a display that is only 1920 x 1080 without a display port. I would heavily research and look at user reviews of any LG product that Massdrop is taking care of based on the history of their LG drops.
Kind of obvious, but if you're in the UK, don't buy this here. ebuyer has this for £169.97. I've linked the page here goo.gl/h7ua7t
i cant see a shipping price or is it free?
Free within the USA.
thanks for replaying but i live in belguim but i cant see any price ?
its on B and H for $250
I considered buying this (or two!) I really like the design and the thin bezels. However, the brightness is only 250 knits, that's about 150 less than my Dell 27" 1440p IPS. The brightness really helps you see it in a bright environment like an office.
If you are computing in the dark these might be good, but unless the brightness is actually closer to 300/350 I wouldn't get these.
It's so hard to compete with the Dell 1440p ultrasharp. I'm using mine right now. I love the brightness! I think my next purchase will be a Dell 4k, hopefully the brightness will be comparable to 350 knits (though I read an article that said it's actually closer to 400 at max).
I actually use my home PC in exclusively dark environments so I appreciate the note!
Does anyone know if this monitor is wall mountable?
You can see the vesa mount holes in the rear view of the monitor
Does anyone know what the exct model number is?
This is the LG 24MP88HV-S
Hey I just got this monitor, but I see one main problem, the screen shakes a lot. Whenever I even touch it or press the power button, the screen just starts wiggling. I've tried tightening the screws, and I'm sure I have assembled it properly. Does anyone have any suggestions?
From what I've read in other reviews, the stand for this monitor isn't very good and that's why it wobbles so much. You could buy a desk mount for the monitor, but I don't know any solutions that won't cost you anything.
People say it's VESA compatible so they just use it with their own stands.
I don't understand why anyone would buy this. You can pick up a 144hz 27" asus monitor from amazon for about $250-300. Facts are 60hz monitors just don't cut it these days and arent really worth the money. And yes the 144 makes a huge difference.
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Are you sure it's running at 75hz? It could be that the GPU is outputting 75hz but the monitor can only display 60hz (especially if you did it through GPU drivers not monitor drivers).
Did you check on ufotest? I'd try that to confirm since your GPU drivers don't affect the monitor's refresh rate as far as I know.
Yes, I'm sure. Monitor is reporting 75 Hz and anyway difference between 60 and 75 Hz can be clearly seen. Ufotest is reporting 75 Hz too. I overclocked monitor using GPU (raised pixel clock), it's pretty easily done in Nvidia Control Panel. Also with 76 Hz monitor starts showing artifacts.
If interested and from AU, its cheaper to source from Ebay at $363.73 (free shipping). The shipping kills this deal yet again for me, but its more understandable due to the size of the item.
It must really suck to have to pay shipping on all this stuff.
Guys, can you extend the drop date for about 15 more days? My salary doesn't come until the end of this month. D:
It's up again now!
was about to join drop.... then saw the "$80.00 SHIPPING". Nope.
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$80 is actually pretty good for this item, its a pretty large item to ship so generally it can be much higher.
Not for everyone
Seriously... what monitor doesn't have DP at this point? Pass.
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Yeah, I over generalized. I really meant desktop PCs (where a MONITOR is used). Not entry level, sub 600$ PCs. They figure if you are getting something that cheap you will probably get a cheap monitor? But I think a better assumption for laptops and HDMI is, you will connect them to TVs, for presentations (TV being the key word). My point really was meant to say HDMI output on smaller devices it made to connect to TVs, not MONITORS.
2 modern and VERY popular graphics cards: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/products/10series/geforce-gtx-1080/ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487265&cm_re=1070-_-14-487-265-_-Product Both cards have - 3 DP and 1 HDMI
Comparable ATI/AMD products: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA0AJ40W5929 Also has 3 DP and 1 HDMI.
Again my original point HDMI is for TVs. DP is for monitors. People don't buy a laptop and a MONITOR for the same use. You buy a desktop PC and a Monitor or you buy a Laptop and a TV.
A pretty standard industry laptop out right now is the HP elite book and it has a DP with NO HDMI. Just another example. This laptop is really made for a mobile docking laptop (meaning it would be connected to a MONITOR not a TV).
Hope that helps to clarify what I meant to say.
> Again my original point HDMI is for TVs. DP is for monitors. People don't buy a laptop and a MONITOR for the same use. You buy a desktop PC and a Monitor or you buy a Laptop and a TV.
A decade a go, this was true. It's not anymore. They are both digital transports with capabilities that leapfrog each other. The current DisplayPort 1.4 standard is superior to the HDMI 2.0b standard. As such, upcoming 4k, 144hz, HDR displays use DisplayPort. But for 4k, 60hz and below? They are interchangeable. Neither has a benefit so you use whichever.
However, HDMI 2.1 seems set to leapfrog DisplayPort in a meaningful way. The VESA association caved, giving in to Nvidia's demands and made VRR (variable refresh rate) an optional standard. This caving in gave us the current G-Sync vs. FreeSync proprietary situation. HDMI 2.1 has a MANDATORY VRR implementation. The end result? HDMI 2.1 displays will support VRR on any GPU. No more proprietary standards locking your monitor and GPU together.
HDMI is about to become the gaming standard if VESA doesn't do something.
Again, you are simply restating your original point in the hopes that someone, ANYONE, will agree with you. I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong. For this monitor, DisplayPort holds no tangible advantage over HDMI. Replacing HDMI with DisplayPort on this monitor would reduce the cost per unit by a few cents at most, but would also reduce their target market, thus reducing sales. Adding a second digital port would raise costs and in all likelihood require a different scalar, thus further raising costs.
If you can explain a factual benefit to DisplayPort over HDMI for this display, I'm listening, but you haven't presented it yet.
I think there's an error in your description. These monitors don't have a 75 hz refresh rate, its 60, and this is written in the manual as well.
Description is fixed now.
Individual packages have started to ship! The vendor confirmed earlier that majority of the group's order has been sent out with the rest scheduled for pickup shortly. Once your package is scanned into the courier's system an email will be sent with shipping confirmation and tracking info.
Expect another update from us on 12/28 or sooner if something comes up.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (https://massdrop.com/helpcenter).
Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the LG 24" Full HD IPS LED Neo Blade III Monitor and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will ship the individual orders directly to you. The current estimated ship date is 12/28.
We will keep the group updated throughout the fulfillment process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 12/22.
If you have any questions, please visit our Help Center (http://massdrop.com/helpcenter).
What is the warranty situatin going to be on this
Why is it $80 shipping D: nooooooo. Now its just back to retail price. I love Australia! x D
Anyone aware of whether this will ship to US residents before Christmas?
The page shows that the estimated ship-date is the 27th of December.
Sweet. Appreciate the response.
So I got my monitor on Friday and it's great except for a few issues:
1. Certain shades of blue displayed on the monitor have vertical lines, like the blue they use for menus and buttons in OSX)

2. There are shadows at the sides of the monitor.

3. A scratch on the bottom of the monitor (visible from the front)

Guess I'll probably be contacting support for an exchange or refund... Also, although it was shipping was quick y'all should know they ship it without a box, as in they slap a label on the factory box and hand it off to UPS.