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Full disclosure: I bought this for about $10 because I had amazon credit and cashback rewards on my credit card. It's pretty decent. The monitor is labeled 60hz but actually goes up to 75hz. I changed this in G-menu, which you can install to bypass the painful button navigation. Colors are pretty much identical to my AOC 24G2, but I think my 24G2 came a little more on the warm side. I adjusted the colors to the exact settings I had on my 24G2 and the image looked fine. Not anything to write home about. Viewing angles are great. Since I'm using this as a second monitor, that part's important. No noticable ghosting, no dead pixels.
Cons: I think mine came with a defective menu or something. It automatically turns off in like 1 second or less, so I was often in the middle of navigating and the menu would just turn off. There were stuff in the button navigation menu that I couldn't find or adjust in G-menu (not the case with my 24G2), so I had to stick through that painful experience. I don't like the base of the stand, as you can't really place stuff on top of it due to its rounded nature. I also don't like that the wires stick OUT of the monitor, rather than below the monitor like my 24G2. I don't like having a power brick, especially when the wire from the brick to my monitor is so short.
If you have some credit or cashback or extra money laying around, you can't really go wrong with this one, unless you intend to use it for gaming (then I recommend going the extra $70 and getting the 24G2). It's a 75Hz, 24in 1080p IPS monitor. Not many others you can find at this pricepoint.
This monitor is great. Pay attention to the cables it comes with. Twice I purchased the one with the RGA! It was about 6 months in between my second purchase so I totally forgot that’s the “default”, but they do come with the HDMI. I just bought my own. I have 3 of these. I use one for my dual monitor while working from home and decided to buy 2 more for my kids to use while remotely learning during quarantine. They aren’t as clear, nor do they have the same color profile as my laptop monitor, but they do the job and I’m happy with my purchase and the cost was pretty unbeatable. I would recommend if you just need another monitor for basic use. Probably not for gaming or high graphics.
The monitor on the left is the 100$ one next to my Aoc 144hz that cost 190$ and you can tell the difference both in color and saturation, it’s not completely bad, I mainly use it as a second screen for homework not really for gaming, also it goes up to 75hz not sure why it’s not mentioned anywhere, even when my settings are identical to my 144hz one it still looks different less bright and more saturated but you get what you pay for. Monitor works fine as expected,no dead pixles, and still looks clean BUT it is very light and completely plastic, would only recommend if you’d need a second monitor purely for task making and text reading not gaming unless you’re on a console. Not bad for the price...