Flicker is a significant change in the intensity of the light emitted by the monitor over short periods of time, and depending on its speed, it can become noticeable, but even when it is not, it can be harmful. for visual health, causing visual fatigue. , headache, dryness and red eyes. Fortunately, monitor manufacturers have developed Flicker Free technology which prevents these flickers, and therefore monitors that carry it are considered ideal for working as it is assumed that anyone who works in front of a screen does so for several hours a day.
This monitor, now 40% off and better than ever before, has a 27-inch diagonal and Full HD resolution, so it’s ideal for working to give you plenty of room for all your Windows. It incorporates an IPS LED matrix with a coverage of 99% of the sRGB color space, with 250 cd / m2 of maximum brightness and oddly it incorporates AMD FreeSync technology with a refresh rate of up to 75 Hz and a response time 1 ms, so it is also perfectly valid for games.
As video inputs, it incorporates an HDMI, DisplayPort, and VGA (D-Sub), and the downside is that its V-shaped base only allows tilt adjustment but not rotation, rotation, or height.
This Samsung LED-IPS monitor also has a 27-inch diagonal and Full HD resolution, as well as AMD FreeSync technology with a refresh rate of up to 75 Hz, although in this case the response time is 5 ms. In this case, as video inputs, it only integrates an HDMI and a VGA (D-Sub) for PC or older devices.
Like the previous one, its V-shaped base keeps the screen very firm but does not allow height, rotation or rotation adjustment, we can only modify the tilt.
This curved monitor is listed in the manufacturer’s gaming product family, but since it features Flicker Free technology and a high refresh rate, it’s also logically very good to work with. It has a 24 inch diagonal and Full HD resolution, with a refresh rate of 144Hz (with FreeSync) and a response time of 4ms in an LED-VA panel which in this case has a curvature of 1800R. for greater immersion.
In this case, the monitor has only two HDMI inputs as video inputs, and has a mini-jack for the headphone output in case there are no speakers. Its base only allows tilt adjustment but not height, rotation or rotation.
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This Philips monitor has a diagonal of 24 inches and the aforementioned Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels); Its matrix is LED-IPS and has a refresh rate of 75 Hz, also compatible with AMD FreeSync variable frequency technology, with a response time of 4 ms and, in this case, in addition to Flicker Free technology , it also has Low Blue. to better protect the wearer’s visual health.
As video inputs it has an HDMI, a DVI and a VGA (D-Sub), and its base allows, again, only to modify the inclination but not the height, the rotation or the rotation. .
Another great monitor to work with is this AOC model which we can also find now on sale. It has a diagonal of 24 inches with Full HD resolution on an MVA panel with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a response time of 5 ms, Flicker Free technology, 250 cd / m2 of maximum brightness and HDMI inputs and D-Sub (VGA) to connect to PC. Its V-shaped base only allows the inclination to be changed.