In monitor reviews, people say only about its hertz and huge diagonals. But other features are also important for comfortable work. The Lenovo Q24h-10 75 Hz monitor has an attractive design with thin bezels, IPS-matrix with QHD resolution, built-in speakers, and also a USB Type-C port. Is this Lenovo monitor suitable for the office and how comfortable it is for basic tasks? We are testing innovation in this Lenovo Q24h-10 review to answer questions.
Lenovo not only makes PCs, tablets, and peripherals but also monitors. The monitor screen is designed to work with documents and graphics, it is also suitable for arranging a home office. Typical features of the Lenovo Q24h-10 – expressive appearance in a compact body, as well as high resolution with a short diagonal.
First, the QHD monitor attracts with its design. Remember the Lenovo Yoga series that turned like a newspaper? The recognition was one hundred percent. The Lenovo Q24h-10 inherited its proprietary traditions: the shape of its stand resembles that of the famous Yoga series, especially when viewed from the side. The LCD monitor screen is thinner than many smartphones – only 6.2 mm. Blocks with only connectors are at great risk, but it is neatly designed and does not stand out from the usual minimalist style.
Appearance – is a trump card of Lenovo Q24h-10. Such a display would seem equally appropriate at the table of a designer and an owner. The back is matte, graphite gray. The solution is practical: dust and prints on such a surface are not particularly noticeable. The bezels around the edges of the USB C monitor look very thin, but it’s a clever design trick – when you turn on the monitor, you see a small black border around the perimeter.
The tapered leg is attached to the stand with two screws; the structure cannot be adjusted horizontally or vertically. You can only slightly change the angle of inclination. The menu and power management are performed on six identical keys, which are indistinguishable from each other. First, you have to peer at the Peel icon to understand the purpose of each button. The design of the Lenovo Q24h-10 USBC monitor is good, but there are questions about practical use.
But the set of connectors is decent. The rear panel has HDMI 1.4 and display port 1.2, as well as USB Type-C 3.1, through which you can also connect a laptop. There is a USB Type-A 3.0 and a pair of audio outputs. This set will easily cover the needs of most users.
The display resolution is 2560×1440 pixels, and the pixel density is 123 PPI. For a monitor, this is more than enough: detail is good, a ladder on fonts doesn’t hurt the eyes. Despite a 23.8-inch diagonal, the Lenovo Q24h-10 received a crisp QHD picture.
The backlight uniformity of the IPS panel is good on both black and white backgrounds. Viewing angles have traditionally been decent for this type of matrix, with noticeable changes in the angle of view that the image does not fade. But you have to forget about HDR – the brightness of 300 nits is sufficient for most situations, but not enough to display an extended dynamic range.
The screen contains approximately 99% of sRGB. The combination of IPS, QHD resolution, and various color profiles in the settings make the monitor convenient to work not only with documents but also with graphic editors. After typing continuously for a few hours on Google Docs, our eyes were never tired. There is also an option to reduce the blue color. You can use a pair of built-in 3-watt speakers to watch YouTube videos. But to listen to music comfortably, it is better to connect full-acoustics immediately, as the capabilities of the standard one are very modest.
Lenovo Q24h-10 Specifications
- Display: 23.8-inch IPS-matrix screen
- Resolution: QHD (2560×1440)
- Aspect ratio: 16: 9
- Refresh rate: 75 Hz
- Response time: 4 ms (GtG)
- Color Rendering: 99% sRGB
- Brightness: 300 cd/m²
- Contrast ratio: 1000: 1
- Viewing angles: 178° horizontal and vertical
- Ports: HDMI 1.4, USB Type-C 3.1, Display Port 1.2, 2 x USB Type-A 3.0, 3.5mm jack
- Stand: Removable, with a holder for cables, without the possibility of horizontal and vertical adjustment
- Features: Type-C support, built-in speakers, Smart Power, Eye protection
If after work you want to take a little rest in your favorite gameplay, the Lenovo Q24h-10 will not disappoint you. Of course, the monitor is not designed for gamers – the maximum refresh rate is 75 Hz. But also that is better than the standard 60 Hz in the office model. Matrix response time – 4 ms (according to the gray to gray measurement method). In practice, the lack of speed can only be noticeable in hits with very dynamic gameplay. But if your soul thinks of playing “The Witcher” or “Divinity Original Sin 2”, the performance will cope with the task, and a clear picture will be a nice bonus.
Lenovo has given us an interesting monitor: thin, with a striking design and a high-quality matrix. It is pleasant to work with such a performance. We also note the presence of Type-C 3.1 and the built-in speaker. If the appearance is more important to you than the diagonal, then the Lenovo Q24h-10 75 Hz monitor would be a worthy choice for a modern office or home.
However, beauty requires sacrifice – ergonomics lead to criticism, and the price may seem high for a 24-inch model despite the QHD resolution. It has been priced at $229.99 and available to buy on Amazon.com. If you are looking for a gaming monitor, then recently we reviewed the ViewSonic Elite XG270QG gaming monitor, which you will definitely want to see. Otherwise, for lovers of large monitors, Lenovo Q27 H-10 is a perfect set to offer a 27-inch display.