Lenovo's new Q24i and Q27q monitors are designed to reduce eye strain

What you need to know

  • Lenovo announced the Q24i and Q27q monitors at IFA 2019.
  • The monitors feature wide viewing angles and AMD FreeSync.
  • Both monitors are TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort-certified to reduce eye strain.

Lenovo announced two new Q-series monitors at IFA 2019, the Q24i and the Q27q. Both monitors feature wide viewing angles and have thin bezels on the top and side of the display. Both monitors help reduce eye strain and are TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort-certified.

The Lenovo Q24i is a 23.8-inch FHD IPS panel. It has a 75Hz refresh rate and supports AMD FreeSync to help improve the smoothness of gameplay. It has a wide viewing angle of 178 degrees and thin bezels on the top and sides of the display. It has two built-in speakers, an HDMI 1.4 port, a VGA port, and an audio out port. It is VESA mount compatible, so users have a wide selection of ways to mount the monitor. The Lenovo Q24i will be available in October 2019 for $190.

The Lenovo Q27q features many of the same specifications as its smaller sibling, though it features a larger 27-inch display and has a resolution of 2560x1440 compared to the FHD display of the Q24i. The Q27q has a 75Hz display and supports AMD FreeSync. It has 99 percent SRGB for color accuracy. It also has an HDMI 1.4 port, a DP port, an audio out port, and two speakers. It is VESA mount compatible. The Lenovo Q27q will be available in September 2019 for $300.

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