HP X24ih monitor – VRR, 144Hz, 1ms, Low input lag…

The quality of the construction is decent. It has a basic plastic body, but the plastic in the stand looks a bit cheap. There is nothing premium about its construction, but at the same time, there are no obvious loose parts or gaps in the construction. The stand also supports the monitor well.
Ergonomics is not remarkable. This variant has height adjustment, but there is an X24i model that doesn’t have it and may not have the ability to rotate even in portrait mode.
The back of the HP X24ih monitor has a simple design with glossy diagonal straps. There is basic cable management through a cutout on the stand. Because the X24i variant does not have a hole in the housing, it does not offer any cable management.HP X24ihAlthough the HP X24ih is a gaming monitor, it has a more office-oriented design with an all-black body. There are bright stripes on the back to add some style. The stand has a curved top plate.
The Hp X24ih monitor is ideal for gaming. It has a high refresh rate of 144 Hz with native FreeSync support to reduce screen tearing. The input delay is extremely low and the response time is simply amazing, resulting in smooth movement. We can say, X24ih not the best choice for darkroom games as it has a low contrast ratio that makes blacks gray.
The HP X24ih is a remarkable monitor in general. It is ideal for gaming, as it has a high refresh rate, VRR support, incredible response time(1ms) and very low input delay. It is also good for use in the office thanks to its high maximum brightness, good reflection management and wide viewing angles. However, it’s only decent for content creators thanks to its 24-inch resolution and 1080p screen, and its low contrast ratio translates to blacks that look gray.HP X24ih-The HP X24ih monitor is very good for use in the office. It has wide viewing angles, high maximum brightness and good reflection management. Unfortunately, its ergonomics are not evident, as it does not offer any rotating adjustment. Its low resolution of 1080p and small 24-inch display may not be good enough for multitasking, but it should be a good choice if you need a secondary monitor.HP X24ih--The HP X24ih is decent for media consumption. It has wide viewing angles if you want to watch videos with some friends. Unfortunately, it has a low contrast ratio, so blacks look gray when viewed in the dark. In addition, 1080p resolution and 24-inch display may not be the ideal choice if you want an immersive viewing experience.
HP X24ih is decent for content creators. It has wide viewing angles, which is great if you need to share the screen with a colleague or customer. Unfortunately, its 24-inch display is not ideal for multitasking, and 1080p resolution does not allow you to view images and videos in detail.


Even though the HP X24ih is a budget monitor, the build quality is excellent because there are no obvious problems or downsides. You would know that it is quite sturdy because the extra weight we mentioned may be the result of additional chassis reinforcing. Additionally, we didn’t detect any trembling from the stand, so if you’re playing furiously, you won’t be knocked out by a wobbly screen.

The HP X24ih’s OSD button layout is a drawback that is still present on budget monitors. For many people, it’s not a significant problem, but using tiny buttons as opposed to joysticks is always more challenging and time-consuming. The majority of users won’t care, but those that frequently prefer to adjust and calibrate their settings won’t.

24-inch 1080p monitors continue to hold a strong reputation as the de facto benchmark for productive work and competitive gaming. While some people may find it overly crisp, gamers can routinely experience high framerates. Although some may view 1080p monitors as being out of date, they deserve praise for their continued popularity.
With a few additions, the HP X24ih monitor renders 100% of the sRGB gamut, making both video games and movies look colorful and realistic. The default deltaE average is 2.35, making it appear balanced and functional right out of the box. While the screen appears a little bit cooler than specially calibrated sRGB monitors for editing, it is not distracting or apparent while playing games.

HP X24ih-HP X24ih is a excellent entry-level gaming monitor. It has an refresh rate of 144 Hz with FreeSync Native Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) support to reduce screen tearing. Its response time is simply amazing, so the fast motion content looks fluid without almost any motion blur. Its IPS panel offers wide viewing angles, ideal for cooperative games, but that means it has a low contrast ratio, so it’s not the best choice for darkroom games. If you want to use it in a well-lit room, it becomes bright enough to combat glare and has good thought management. Unfortunately, its 24-inch display and 1080p resolution can be too limiting for those looking for an immersive gaming experience and doesn’t support HDR. Photo:HP

HP X24ih monitor specs:

Product number13L82AA
Display typeIPS
Laptop Size23.8″
Display area (metric)527.04 mm x 296.46 mm
Aspect ratio16:9
Resolution (native)FHD (1920 x 1080)
Resolutions supported1024 x 768; 1280 x 1024; 1280 x 720; 1280 x 800; 1440 x 900; 1600 x 900; 1680 x 1050; 1920 x 1080; 640 x 480; 720 x 400; 800 x 600
Pixel pitch0.274 mm
Brightness350 nits
Contrast ratio1000:1 static
Response time1ms GtG (with overdrive)
Display scan frequency (horizontal)30-167 kHz
Display scan frequency (vertical)48-144 Hz
Onscreen controlsExit; Information; Management; Power control; Input control; Menu control; Gaming; Image; Color
Display featuresOn-screen controls; Low blue light mode; Anti-glare
VESA mount100 mm x 100 mm (bracket not included)
Tilt-6 to +23°
Display Input Type1 HDMI 2.0; 1 DisplayPort™ 1.2
Dimensions without stand (W x D x H)54.08 x 5.25 x 32.58 cm
Dimensions with stand (W x D x H)54.08 x 21.8 x 48.99 cm
Display height110 mm
Weight6.05 kg
PowerInput voltage 100 to 240 VAC
Power Consumption Description46 W (maximum), 38 W (typical), 0.5 W (standby)
Operating temperature range5 to 35°C
What’s in the boxMonitor;   HDMI cable; Warranty card; QSP; Product notice; AC power cable
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