Looking for IPS Monitors that are less than ₱10,000? Read this!
The year 2016 will be a year of high-end monitors coming in from left and right with 4k resolution or probably 8k. Added to that, most will be having G-Sync or FreeSync, curved panels, oled ips displays, 1ms latency, 144Hz refresh rate, etc… Having all of those what makes a computer monitor premium and cost nearly as much as having a brand new computer. But let’s face it, not all of us are willing to spend that much for a monitor or just aren’t capable of buying one.
If you are looking for an IPS type computer monitor under ₱10,000, then let this guide help you in deciding which monitor among our list of IPS monitors is the best one that suits your needs. To start off our list, here are a few things that you should know:
The prices of each IPS monitors are based on the price listing of DynaQuestPC, Lazada, PCXpress, and PCHub. Price may vary from time to time and store to store.
This is only a guide to list down the best monitors under a certain budget that will suit ones need.
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This monitor is ideal for offices and photoshop works. Having a 6ms reponse time makes it not so appealing for gamers but you pretty much can’t tell the difference when compared to the usual 5ms of other monitors.
This monitor offered by LG is cheaper than the BenQ offering while providing the same features that you can get from the BenQ although the downside of this monitor is that the stand is not so lovable. It causes the monitor to easily wobble from slight movement on the table. Nonetheless, LG is a veteran when it comes to monitors.
So what’s the difference between the Asus VX239H and VC239H?
If you look closely, what makes these monitors different from one another is the type of panel used, AH-IPS is an advanced/enhanced type of IPS panel that improves colour accuracy, increased resolution and PPI, and greater light transmission for lower power consumption
Although both monitors are rated with <22W power consumption, the Asus VX239H should use less power than the VC239H even though if it’s not marginal.
Among all the IPS monitors that we listed here, this is the only monitor that offers 60Hz, 1080p, AH-IPS with 0.2652 pixel pitch and has 2ms response time. This is by far the most closest gaming IPS monitor you can get. Although not everyone is willing to venture into ViewSonic especially that they are well known for cheap monitors on the market. However, who wouldn’t like to have those features in an affordable AH-IPS monitor? This is the best monitor for those who are on a very tight budget.