Best Gaming Monitors for League of Legends

Best Gaming Monitors for League of Legends – League Of Legends is one of the most popular multiplayer online battle arena games and playing it on the best monitors allow you to compete with the best players. Created by Riot Games and published in 2009, this is one of the longest running online games in recent years. It’s by far one of the most popular competitive games in the e-sports world, and it’s extremely easy to play.

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1.Lenovo D24f-10

Pros & Cons

The Lenovo D24f-10 is a 23.6-inch entry-level gaming monitor that you use to play fast-paced games, such as shooters, in Full HD. The screen has a 144Hz refresh rate, providing smoothly moving images. FreeSync synchronizes the frame rate of your AMD video card to your monitor’s frames. That way, you won’t be bothered by image stutter during your game of Battlefield, giving you the upper hand over your opponents.

The 1ms response time prevents ghosting, a lagging effect that causes blurred colors. The blue light filter protects your eyes from hazardous light, so they won’t get as tired. That’s useful for long gaming sessions. The D24f-10 has a VESA connector, so you can easily hang the monitor on the wall.

2.Acer R240HY bidx

Pros & Cons

The Acer R240HY is a good choice if you’re looking for a fairly affordable, stylish 24-inch IPS monitor. Granted, you don’t get a lot of features, such as USB ports and DisplayPort inputs, and it lacks a fully adjustable stand. That said, it delivers solid color and gray-scale performance, does a fairly good job of displaying fast-action gaming, and it’s easy on your utility bill.

If you require a monitor with a higher resolution, consider the Acer H257HU, our Editors’ Choice midrange monitor. Granted, it’s twice the price of the R240HY, but it has a slightly larger 25-inch screen with a much higher 2,560-by-1,440 resolution, and it offers very accurate colors and advanced color settings.

3.HP VH240a

Pros & Cons

The VH240a employs a 23.8-inch (measured diagonally) in-plane switching (IPS) screen, with full HD/1080p resolution (1,920 by 1,080 pixels) and a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio. The panel has a respectable pixel density of 92 pixels per inch (ppi), which is more than enough for typical home or office use, though photo or video enthusiasts will likely want a screen with a higher pixel density.

As is typical of IPS displays, the VH240a has very wide viewing angles, rated at 178 degrees for both vertical and horizontal. I saw a minimum of color distortion or posterization, even when I viewed the screen from the most extreme off-center angles.

4.Acer SB220Q bi

Pros & Cons

Measuring 15.1 by 19.6 by 8.3 inches (HWD), and weighing 5.5 pounds, the SB220Q is both lightweight and very compact. Its dimensions don’t tell the whole story, as the figure for the depth or thickness of the monitor includes its base.

And while the bottom third of the cabinet is more than an inch thick, the top two thirds of the screen is just under a quarter of an inch thick, making it one of the thinnest monitors we have reviewed. Its narrow bezels on the top and side help keep the monitor’s dimensions small for its screen size.


Pros & Cons

But wait, let us tell you something, a 250-nit peak brightness may seem low on paper, but under normal viewing conditions, the screen will be more than bright enough. In fact, you will most likely want to lower the brightness from the maximum setting.

Naturally, VA panel monitors at this price range have a higher contrast ratio (~3,000:1), so blacks won’t be as deep on the ASUS VP249QGR, but the IPS technology has other benefits including more vibrant color reproduction, wider viewing angles and usually faster pixel response time.

Additionally, the monitor has a color gamut of 72% NTSC, which is equivalent to ~99% sRGB. In other words, the colors are accurate, consistent and vivid.


Best Gaming Monitors for League of Legends – League Of Legends comes with a lot of updates and they always tend to adjust the game so it’s as fun as it can be. Some heroes get nerfed, others end up boosted a bit. In a game with so many heroes it can be hard to have everything fully balanced and without bugs, but they do offer quite a lot of updates rather often. AT the time of this writing the latest update is 10.4, but you can expect monthly content be it fixes or anything else.