This Monitor/TV is what has been driving the pixels across IdealReviews, and for the past year, has performed outstandingly. Coming in at 24″ and in 1080p, this monitor isn’t the clearest of monitors, however it comes in at just £150. The monitor has really small bezels, which really make the monitor provide more of an immersive experience. It has a refresh rate of 60Hz, which should be enough for regular tasks, but if you plan to game with this monitor, then I suggest you look elsewhere.
Ports And Design
At the back of the monitor you will find 2 HDMI ports, along with a VGA port and display port. What you may be disappointed about is the HDMI ports facing the wall, meaning if you plan on using a Chromecast (Original), you can’t wall mount the monitor and will have to stick with the built in stand which can be a dealbreaker for some people. You also get component, and your 12V power port.
As soon as you approach the T24E390, you notice that the panel itself is angled in slightly, making the bezels seem almost non-existent. This is really innovative on Samsung’s part, as it provides more of an immersive experience as said before. The edges of the panel are are unfortunately glossy, so fingerprints are inevitable.
Availability And Specifications
This monitor is available from Amazon in both UK and US, you can purchase the product for £150/$219 here:
The specifications for the product can be found here:
|tem Weight||3.5 Kg|
|Product Dimensions||18.2 x 62.6 x 40.9 cm|
|Item model number||S24E390|
|Screen Size||24 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Maximum Display Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Number of HDMI Ports||1|
|Number of VGA Ports||1|
Pros And Cons
- Mindblowingly small bezels
- The I/O is good
- Angled Design
- IPS Display
- Glossy chassis
- The ports are facing the wall
In all honesty, overall this monitor provides what I need, a decent display with Good I/O for connectivity. I would definitely recommend to someone who wants a good immersive experience at under 150.