Product Comparison: Acer GN246HL vs Acer KG240
- The difference between 60 hz and 144 hz is very noticeable you have to try it in person to really see it.
- The 144hz is a must have addition to your game play if you are a competitive player, it undeniably makes everything you do 150% smoother and pleasent to the eye.
- The biggest issue I had with this monitor was that it had quite a bit of ghosting on it
- Colors are sub-par at best, not extremely vivid but I guess it gets the job done.
- Great monitor for those who sit away from screen. However, if you are looking for a gaming monitor, I suggest looking for something with higher resolution than 1080p for this size or above.
- Ideal for home use. Good resolution, convenient for playing games and watching movies.
- Good screen size. Also, a 1 ms response is just something great.
- Very pleased with the brightness, color. But most of all stands out in this monitor - response time.
- Optimal size of 24 inches and price, short response time.
- Pretty decent refresh rate for a basic games and good diagonal size.
- The monitor even has 3D on it, I haven't used it and I'm not sure I ever will but if it's important to you then that's a huge plus with no real price difference.
- The color reproduction and contrast are superb. And of course, the 144hz refresh rate works flawlessly.
- Performs as advertised. Sharp contrast, quick response time and no dead pixels.
- Screen is so extremely back lit that it makes colors look unnatural and even when lowering the brightness it does not help, the panel itself is just overly bright for no reason.
- I am still working on adjustments to get color/brightness levels correct. It has a graphics mode, but it don't believe it is true color.
- Good viewing angle. A bunch of settings and modes, in general, a real game monitor.
- The colors for the TN matrix are quite rich and vibrant. There are no highlights on the sides.
- Very high brightness, and so in general everything is super and the colors look bright.
- Viewing angles do not cause any inconvenience.
- The color, saturation, and brightness are terrible at factory settings and require a lot of tuning to look little decent.
- Vesa mount compatible. you can use it with your monitor mounting systems.
- This monitor is 3D Capable, however I have not used that feature yet.
- The vesa mount is on the plastic cover. If you debezel the monitor, you will lose the vesa capability a
- The monitor cannot go up and down and has a small amount of room for tilt.
- There is a scope function for CS: GO, quite convenient in some points.
- Good monitor. The base is excellent, not staggering, conveniently adjustable.
- Personally, I did not have a swivel mechanism. The stand is strong enough, and you cannot turn the screen down.
- A flimsy stand that scratches even from the nail, a very small angle.
- The built-in sound is terrible, someone may not like the assembly (there are small gaps on the side).
- It has 3 inputs: DVI-D, HDMI, and VGA (Please for the love of god don't use VGA). Having a HDMI port means that I can still play on my consoles if I feel like it which is very good for me.
- Supports vga/hdmi/dvi. looks like you can connect speakers to it too
- Came with dvi hdmi cables and perfect setting.
- Only downside for me is no USB ports and build quality feels slightly flimsy.
- There's only one HDMI, which can be inconvenient, but that's pretty standard on computer monitors.
- I am very pleased that the monitor has an HDMI connector.
- I took a regular monitor in the office, everyone is happy with everything. More ports are definitely not needed.
- Great monitor. There are all the ports that I need. No unnecessary USB and audio connectors.
- This monitor is lack of displayport connectivity.
- There are no USB hubs and headphone outputs.