HP, yesterday introduces two new mostly same gaming monitors named x24i and x24ih. Both the monitors have a 24-inch FullHD IPS panel along with 1ms response time (using overdrive). Users will also get the joy for a 144Hz refresh rate. The low latency, above 120Hz fast refresh rate, and low framerate compensation (LFC) all together made these displays eligible to get FreeSync Premium certification.
Apart from these, there is a maximum brightness of 250 nits and 99% sRGB color accuracy. In the case of input ports, HP is providing Display Port 1.2, HDMI 2.0, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
The main difference between the x24i and x24ih is denoted by the ‘h’. The second model has a height-adjustable stand whereas the first one comes with a normal straightforward neck. It’s obvious the x24i model will be a cheaper one and can be the best option among these two if the consumer has a plan to mount the screen.
HP has not revealed any info regarding the price and availability yet. But comparing with similar monitors like Acer Nitro VG240Y or Asus VP249QGR, we can expect both the x24i and x24ih gaming monitors may come at around $200-220.
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