Product Comparison: AOC I2481FXH vs LG 24MP88HV
- Good, even lighting, a nice amount of space on the screen and everything seems crisp and correct. Great resolution.
- The design is modern and cool with crisp resolution.
- High resolution, great colours and the really thin bezels are basically invisible.
- Very light and thin as expected, very good resolution.
- This monitor is only 75Hz on low resolution settings, on standard 1920x1080 resolution settings it has a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz.
- The picture quality/colour saturation is decent.
- Had this monitor for two months now and am thrilled with it. It provides accurate colours.
- The IPS feature means the viewing angles are spectacular, so this will feel like a big step up if you're used to using a laptop.
- The matte finish of the screen is great for negating glare where sunlight or other lights are involved.
- It has good viewing angles, very elegant and stylish design, good colors.
- It looks beautiful, the design is elegant and minimalist.
- I love how the screen extends almost to the edge of the monitor, it works very well for a dual-monitor setup.
- The stand is unique shape and compliment the sleek design while adding an interesting, and yet subtle, aesthetic charm.
- The take up minimal space due to being so thin, and the stand requires very little room due to its design.
- The monitor itself is very minimalist and clean. It stands on a somewhat strangely designed base but it is very sturdy and made out of metal, so no qualms there.
- The monitor is nice, it's certainly slim, and with multiple HDMI inputs, is good value of money.
- I like the fact that it has HDMI and audio out.
- It was easy to assemble, and worked without any issues when connected to my systems.
- I bought the screen to connect it with my MacBook Air and it works great.
- It is well connected with 2x HDMI, VGA and a headphone port and it is amazingly thin.