Lenovo Q-Series Q24H-10 24 Inch(60.45Cm) LED 2560 X 1440 Pixels 2K QHD Ips Ultraslim Monitor, All-In-One Usb-C Port For Power & Data Transfer, 2 X…

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  • Display: 23.8-inch QHD (1920×1080) Monitor | IPS Panel
  • Visual Experience: 16.7 Million Colours | 99% sRGB | Brightness: 300 nits | Anti-Glare
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 | Viewing Angle: 178°/178° (Horizontal/Vertical)
  • Design: NearEdgeless Ultra-slim Monitor | Tilt: -5°/22° | VESA Compatible Wall Mount (100×100)
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz | Response Time: 4ms | AMD Freesync
  • Connectivity: USB Type-C 3.1, HDMI 1.4, DP 1.2, Audio-Out (3.5mm)
  • Eye Comfort Technology: TUV Rheinland Certified monitor minimises eye strain and offers flicker-free visuals
  • Warranty: This Monitor comes with Lenovo Authorised 3 Years Onsite Warranty
  • In the box: Monitor with stand, Power Adapter, Power cable (1m), USB Type C to type C cable (1.8m), Quick setup guide, Screwdriver, 2xScrews
  • Series: Q-Series | MTM Number: 66A8GAC6IN

Specification: Lenovo Q-Series Q24H-10 24 Inch(60.45Cm) LED 2560 X 1440 Pixels 2K QHD Ips Ultraslim Monitor, All-In-One Usb-C Port For Power & Data Transfer, 2 X…






Item Height

‎43.8 Centimeters

Item Width

‎54.3 Centimeters

Standing screen display size

‎23.8 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2560×1440 Pixel


‎2560 x 1440

Product Dimensions

‎18 x 54.3 x 43.8 cm, 4.68 Kilograms

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Item Weight

‎4 kg 680 g

5 reviews for Lenovo Q-Series Q24H-10 24 Inch(60.45Cm) LED 2560 X 1440 Pixels 2K QHD Ips Ultraslim Monitor, All-In-One Usb-C Port For Power & Data Transfer, 2 X…

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  1. Nithin

    1. Minimal eyestrain.
    2. Crisp Display.
    3. Elegant look and sturdy design.

    Type C USB hub is super useful. I don’t have Thunderbolt support in my laptop (Cannot power my laptop nor support video out w/ type c) Still I can use the ports on the monitor to connect my peripherals. It makes a huge difference in my desk setup. For this I use both HDMI (not included in the box) and Type C connector.

    If you are looking for a monitor which will give you minimum eye strain, brilliant display and all the bells and whistles, then you have found it. Yes, it is more expensive that FHD (1080) monitors. BUT only 5k more than other 24in QHD monitors.

    I found what I was looking for, hope you do too! 😀

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  2. Vasanth

    Using this 24’ QHD monitor for past 1 month.
    I am not a gaming person. I use only for WFH and occasional movies. Overall my impression is great with build quality, sturdy metal stand, amazing type c docking, charging ports & C type cable. Speaker could be bit louder. Height adjustment is absent however tilt is perfect. With windows: excellent picture quality & color reproduction with accuracy, no ghosting or screen bleeding, fast response , in short 2K resolution could be felt. With MacBook Pro: Not a great resolution support compared to your MacBook screen. But With few setting adjustments, you could enlarge your tiny folders & names. Bought mainly for my dual support (windows & Mac) at same time and for docking . Bought for 24.5k. Also consider Benq PD2500Q if you don’t care about features like type c and docking.

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  3. Gopinath

    I am using the monitor for around 2 weeks now with my M1 MacBook pro. There is no compatibility issue. The MacBook is charging via USB-C, which is the primary reason I bought this. I’m using this monitor for work. I’m not much of a gamer. If you’re looking for a decent 2K monitor with USB-C, go for it. This is the best out there in this budget.

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  4. Jo

    There were no reviews for this monitor when I bought so leaving a detailed one here so it can help future buyers.
    To start with yes, this monitor is a little more expensive compared to other options in the market, but it also because it is possibly a generation ahead of competition.

    1. Display quality- 4K monitors are still expensive and Full HD Is possibly not enough if you use your monitors for some casual entertainment . That’s where this resolution of QHD is perfect. Makes this monitor good for the occasional movies and videos along with all the work related tasks. You could even plug in a firestick to use this as a second TV .
    2. Size- you may not necessarily need a 24 Inch monitor if you are doing just work- a 19 or 21inch is good enough. But 24inch is great if you need a big screen experience, multi task and for occasional video editing. However be careful while going for big screens- takes up more space on your desk than you anticipate. I would not recommend bigger than 24inchs for most professional/semi professional uses unless you really need it.
    3. C type- This is the highlight and where it kills the competition. This monitor can connect to your laptop via C type cable and then operate as a hub. Which means you can use the USB ports behind the monitor to connect your USB key boards, pen drives etc if connected to your laptop via USB C port. Also if your laptop has a new generation C type port/ thunderbolt port, the same cable can be used to charge your laptop too. I have a surface 3 laptop and just using the C type cable, my laptop can transmit both audio/video to the monitor and also get charged . ( Monitor is plugged to a power socket and laptop is not) . This goes a long way in maintaining a clean look and minimized multiple cables running on your desk. Lenovo has done a huge upgrade by enabling this which will catch up soon. What’s best, a C type cable comes along with the monitor. For those whose laptop does not have this feature, you can still connect using HDMI and charge your laptop separately. However you need to procure an HDMI cable as this does not come bundled with it. There are online questions on how much watt does it supply back to the laptop- I can confirm that it supplies 65W for sure as that is what my surface laptop needs. My guess is it supplies a little more than this.. but I havent tested it our so not sure.
    4. Build quality and set up- no complaints there. Does not wobble and looks neat and beautiful when set up with a base which is very stylish. The set up is also very easy and I was able to complete the set up in 10 minutes flat once unboxed.
    5. Audio- Pretty good I must say for the price. Does the job for all work related tasks and occasional music. My surface 3 laptop definitely has better speakers, but one has to realistic with monitor speaker and I am happy with the performance it delivers.
    6. Adjustments- has decent adjustments for tilt, but for the price, would have been great to have an option to adjust height too. The height should work for most users, but at this price, would expect ability to adjust the height as well. The on screen adjustments are not easy to figure out at first go- something for Lenovo to work on, but something you will get a hang off once you begin navigating. You will very likely need to set it only during set up and never have to fiddle with it afterwards
    7. It did not supply the cable management slot/accessory which is visible on ads and attached to the base of the stand. This is not a deal breaker, but something that should definitely have been there in the packet.

    Overall this is a monitor for the future and if you have a new generation C type port on your laptop or expecting an upgrade to your laptop this is the monitor to buy. For others, you can still reap advantages of a great screen , excellent resolution and decent audio via the HDMI cable. It is still recommended if you have the budget. Lenovo also gives a 3 year warranty which is better than most competition.

    If you are on a tight budget and going to use a monitor only for work- excel, emails, word, office learning /training videos- you can save quite a bit by picking up a Full HD 21 inch monitor at half the price and you will be just fine.

    PS: Gamers, I haven’ t tested this out, but should work fine unless you are into serious gaming.

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  5. najars

    After a lot of research, I purchased this monitor. My requirements were:
    1. usb-c connectivity. I own a 2019 13″ macbook pro. It only has usb-c ports (4 of them). Earlier I used a adapter to connect hdmi cable. But the adapter was a hassle and did not give me minimal desk setup. So I wanted a usb-c monitor, which connects to mac book in one cable and also charges it with the same cable thereby removing the macbook power adapter out of the picture.
    2. macbook retina display is too good. I thought this 24inch 2k monitor would be able to replicate it. I had other options to buy 4k monitors but they did not come with usb-c connectivity.
    This monitor fullfilled both above requirements, but on its arrival, i could see it cannot replicate macbook quality. I am fine with lower quality but text is pixelated and puts lot of strain on eye. If i lower the resolution in setting, it is blurry. If i increase the resolution, it is too small.
    pathetic state for macbook pro users with perfect eyesight.

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