My Monitor has died and I need to replace it. I am looking for a 24inch Monitor for general use. I am not
interested in Gaming. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Not too worried about the cost.
Thanks. Unfortunately I am limited to a 24inch because of my Desk Cabinet.
If picture quality in general isn't an issue (e.g web/office stuff), I'd just buy the cheapest thing I can find with a zero pixel warranty.
If you want a really nice one and don't mind spending a bit more, Dell UltraSharp's are my goto for anything non gaming.
Possibly a capacitor issue? Resurrected a Samsung myself after a bit of googling.
My 23" Dell IPS monitor has being going great for years. During lockdown I dug out an old Samsung TN monitor from the shed that must be 10 years old and probably more, it's still working well too. So my suggestions are Dell or Samsung.
Another +1 for a Dell Monitor, have used a few and they are always great for displaying stuff
Have been using this for working at home really good https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MONLGL42460/LG-24MK600M-B-24-AH-IPS-LED-Monitor--3-Side-Boardl
I fixed a monitopr that had been sitting under my desk for a couple of years the other day. Took about 20 minutes and just involved replacing 1 capacitor on the output of the PSU. Found the same rated capacitor on another broken device that was hanging around. Surprisingly easy and the monitor works great after (it previously wasn't working at all).
Don't waste your old minotr even if its an excuse to get a new one :)
Thanks all for your advice which is much appreciated and helpful.