Best 24 Inch Monitors

Best 24 Inch Monitors – Most companies have stopped making new 24-inch 4K monitors, but we did test the LG 24UD58-B against the Dell P2415Q in 2019. The LG’s screen was less accurate than the Dell’s by a wide margin. This model also has fewer ports (two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort connection), its stand can only tilt the monitor up and down, and like all of LG’s consumer monitors its warranty lasts only one year.

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1.Packard Bell AirFrame 24 Inch

Pros & Cons

Full HD 1080p The stunning 1920×1080 resolution is perfect for productivity and multimedia applications Wide Viewing Angle Vibrant image clarity maintained across ultra-wide, 178 degree, horizontal and vertical viewing angles.

Ultra Slim Bezel See more picture and less plastic with the monitor’s ultra-thin bezel design. Adjustable Work comfortably by tilting the monitor 5° forward or 15° backward. 5ms Response Time Smooth and crisp picture without motion blur. VESA Mount Supports wall or desk mounting with the VESA compatible mounting holes.

2.HP 24mh FHD Monitor

Pros & Cons

Not only does this budget monitor, best for household or home-office use, come with an IPS screen with narrow bezels and superb sRGB color coverage, the 24mh adds several extras uncommon among budget monitors: built-in speakers, the ability to pivot from landscape to portrait mode, and a DisplayPort connector.

This is enough for it to take its place as our latest Editors’ Choice winner as a general-purpose, flat-panel budget monitor, alongside the curved-screen, similar-size Samsung CF396 we tested just before it.

3.Philips Monitors 241E1S

Pros & Cons

The ‘Philips 241E1S 24-Inch Full HD Frameless Monitor‘ utilizes IPS display technology, which gives you extra-wide viewing angles of 178/178 degrees, making it possible to view the display from almost any angle. Unlike standard TN panels, IPS displays give you remarkably sharp images with vivid colors, making it ideal for not only photos, movies, and web browsing, but also for professional applications, which demand color accuracy and consistent brightness at all times.

This Philips 241E1S display features enhanced Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. With Full HD for crisp detail paired with high brightness, incredible contrast and realistic colors expect a true to life picture.

4.Dell 24 Inch

Pros & Cons

The Dell 24 Monitor (P2419H) has much to recommend it as a business monitor. A slim frame and small footprint help this  display fit in a tight space. An ergonomically friendly stand supports a full range of position adjustments for maximum comfort. Connectivity is facilitated by a plethora of ports in the DisplayPort, HDMI, USB, and VGA families.

Although its color accuracy isn’t as good as what we saw on the midsize ViewSonic VP2468, and it lacks some of the color calibration settings of that Editors’ Choice-winning mainstream monitor, the P2419H is well worth considering as a general-purpose business display.

5.Sceptre E248W-19203R 24″

Pros & Cons

For gamers, the panel’s 5-millisecond (gray-to-gray) pixel response and 75Hz peak refresh rate won’t suffice for many games, but it isn’t the worst either. I noticed screen tearing while playing GTA V on the PC and while playing Fallout on the Xbox 360.

Many gamers will be hard pressed to find graphic solutions to handle 5K gaming, especially with the release of the Pascal-based NVidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphic cards. If you need to enjoy smooth gaming, the Acer Predator XB271HK offers a few nice features that will appeal to gamers.


Best 24 Inch Monitors – A 24-inch monitor is much bigger than even the largest laptop screen, but it will take up less desk space than any 27-inch monitor and won’t cost nearly as much money. For most people, we recommend ViewSonic’s VA2456-MHD because it has a nice-looking screen, a good selection of ports, and a three-year warranty, and it sells for less than $150.