HP 23.8" FHD 75Hz 5ms GTG IPS LCD FreeSync Gaming Monitor (M24f) - Silver/Black

Model Number: M24f
Web Code: 15490014

HP 23.8" FHD 75Hz 5ms GTG IPS LCD FreeSync Gaming Monitor - Silver/Black

Overview

Gear up for victory on the HP 5ms GTGIPS LCD gaming monitor. Featuring Full HD 1080p resolution, this 23.8" display offers ultra-wide gaming real-estate with incredible picture quality. Its AMD FreeSync technology along with 75Hz refresh rate reduces screen tearing and stuttering for buttery smooth picture transitions during fast-paced action sequences.

Overview

Gear up for victory on the HP 5ms GTGIPS LCD gaming monitor. Featuring Full HD 1080p resolution, this 23.8" display offers ultra-wide gaming real-estate with incredible picture quality. Its AMD FreeSync technology along with 75Hz refresh rate reduces screen tearing and stuttering for buttery smooth picture transitions during fast-paced action sequences.
  • 23.8-inch diagonal LCD display with Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio produces exceptional picture quality in movies or games
  • 5ms GTG response time and 75Hz refresh rate prevent screen blurring and ghosting even during intense gaming action sequences
  • AMD FreeSync technology ensures smooth and lag-free visuals to keep you up with fast-paced games
  • 10M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 300cd/m2 brightness, and 99% sRGB colour gamut deliver vibrant, eye-popping images with amazing clarity and depth
  • IPS display panel featuring edge-lit backlight technology supports extra-wide178-degree viewing angles to enable a clear view from nearly any perspective
  • HP Eye Ease technology with Eyesafe certification reduces eye strain, so you can comfortably enjoy long gaming sessions
  • One HDMI 1.4 port and 1 VGA port allow for pairing the monitor to your gaming desktops or laptops
  • 85% recycled material used in construction makes it both durable and environment-friendly
  • Ultra-sleek profile looks elegant and makes a seamless addition for dual-monitor setups (additional monitor sold separately)
  • Innovative cable containment design lets you neatly organize your cables for a streamlined look

Display

Screen Size
23.8 in
Resolution
1080p HD
Native Resolution
1920 x 1080
Display Type
LCD
Backlight Type
Edge-lit
Touchscreen
No
Glossy/Matte
Matte
Response Time (Grey-to-Grey)
5 ms
Refresh Rate
75 Hz
Brightness
300 cd/m²
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
10M:1
Colour Gamut
99% sRGB
3D Video Support Built-in
No
Built-In TV Tuner
No

Panel

Panel Technology
IPS
Panel Type
IPS
Curved
No

Audio

Built-in Speakers
No

Inputs/Outputs

Built-In Webcam
No
DVI-D Support
No
HDCP Support
No

Power

Auto Off
No
ENERGY STAR Qualified
Yes

Stand/Mount Features

Tilt Adjustment
Yes
Swivel Adjustment
No
Height Adjustment
No
Rotate to Portrait
No
VESA Mountable
No

Physical Features

Colour
Silver/Black
Dimensions with Stand (cm)
53.58 (W) x 39.68 (H) x 17.72 (D) cm
Dimensions with Stand (in)
21.09 (W) x 15.62 (H) x 6.98 (D) in
Dimensions without Stand (cm)
53.58 (W) x
Dimensions without Stand (in)
21.09 (W) x
Weight (With Stand)
2.5 kg
  • HP M24f FHD Monitor
  • A/C Power Cable
  • HDMI Cable
  • 25W Adapter
  • Document Kit

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Rating Breakdown

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Reviewer Recommendation

93%

Of the 444 reviewers who responded, 411 would recommend this product.

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  • HP is amazing, and this monitor is more proof!
    Reviewed by stevefromtheburbs - May 13, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] When I opened up the box, I was impressed. You'll see a picture below that shows why. Everything is included, laid out well, and makes for a very easy assembly. It even comes with an HDMI cable, who else does that? Nobody! Thanks HP! Anyway, you'll find the lower part of the mount in the box tray. Same with the upper arm that attaches the platform to the monitor. Simply snap it in on the monitor side, turn the thumb screw on the platform side, and good to go. The power cord and transformer are in the box, plug those in, easy enough. Turn it on. It'll find if you are using HDMI or VGA....thank you for including VGA, so many have shunned that very necessary port - I need that for one of my computers and no alternatives exist as that is a diagnostic computer and not something that will be replaced often. The monitor has an amazing rendition of images! It says 1080p, but wow, looks like 4K to me. I've included pics taken on my iPhone, from a video playing on Youtube, using Chrome. They look better in person, but you'll get the idea. And there is no hocus pocus or funny business, these were literally snapshots taken on an iPhone of a movie playing on YouTube, displayed on this monitor - while the subjects were moving! Do yourself a favor and get a monitor you know is decent; this one! This can be used for so many things, from game systems like a Nintendo Switch, to a laptop to utilize dual screen functionality, or even a TV monitor coming off of your cable box. Maybe a monitor for your CCTV system around your home. Today we use monitors for many things, and this will likely be around for a minute! It is lightweight, a very thin bezel to save space, and very easy to assemble and install.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Exceptional “Jack of All Trades” 1080p Monitor
    Reviewed by Solrak - May 17, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] ============================= >>>>> Bottom Line Up front: <<<<< ============================= The 24” HP M24f does so many things right – especially at this price point – that I feel that it becomes really hard to find any deal breaking faults; without feeling like I am going into “knit-picking” mode. If you’re looking for something on the affordable side of the 24” monitor segment, particularly for a home office or workstation application - the M24f’s IPS panel is going to be tough to beat. It looks absolutely great on almost any desk, excellent viewing angles, a respectable 99% sRGB color gamut reproduction, and thoughtful productivity enhancing touches like HP’s Eye Ease (the always on blue light filtering tech) to help protect your eyes while you’re plugging away on your work for hours on end. The M24f supports AMD FreeSync variable refresh rate and is a more than capable of pulling double duty for casual HD gaming at “lower” refresh rates (compared to the “higher 144Hz + up models). HP makes other gaming monitors that would undoubtedly be better suited if that what you’re looking. ======================================== >>>>> Picture Quality/Image Reproduction: <<<<< ======================================== I work with a lot, and I do mean a lot, of computer monitors, TV monitors, projectors, and everything in between for what seems like decades now. Needless to say, many of those monitors have been HP monitors throughout that time. I have come to respect HP for always providing a quality product for almost every segment and the M24f is no exception. It sports an exceptionally crisp 1920 x 1080 native display resolution that HP states offers “ultra-wide 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles”. I’d be hard pressed to argue with their claims, because even compared to other IPS panels in this size range, something about the M24f just “popped” in images and video when I started messing around with the viewing angles in study. The M24f also has a more than respectable color reproduction with 99% sRGB color space. Like literally every monitor – ever – you will most likely have to “tune” or calibrate the monitor to enhance the color palate for a particular type of workload or productivity task in order to get the most visual effect out of the images/videos you are working with. ========================= >>>>> Physical Design: <<<<< ========================= I really liked the elegant and simplistic design aesthetic that HP used for the M24f. In summary - it looks more expensive than it is. Particularly when viewed from the side or at corner angles that allow the particularly slim upper and side bezels showcase the IPS panel even more. Add in the M24f’s simple, yet cleverly implemented cable management system that runs down the back of the silver base, it is ideal for workstation use or front office style desks where a smaller 24” form factor or visual exterior design appeal matters more than sheer physical screen size. I am not particularly crazy about the hidden OSD control buttons along the lower right side – but they work well enough and fit in with the whole “minimalistic” design theme that is going on here. I was disappointed to learn that the M24f does NOT support VESA mounting, which is a bummer for me (and anyone else) that has a multiple monitor arm set up at home or in the workspace. While the M24f’s screen may sport exceptional viewing angles – sadly the monitor arm and base do not. You can “tilt” and adjust the horizontal viewing angle, the stand/base does not offer vertical height adjustment not does the screen tilt left – to -right either. That being said, even with the limited base adjustment, the IPS screen viewing angles make the whole package more than manageable for everyday use. Also, I can’t neglect to mention how light the whole unit feels, almost too light – which is a compliment. Unfortunately, I was also disappointed to learn that there are no “built-in” speakers for “basic” sound reproduction, which isn’t really a negative thing, but more of something to be aware of in case you needed that functionality out the box. I wasn’t expecting the M24f to have a built-in web camera either at this price point – so I was not surprised to learn it didn’t actually have one after setting it up. ========================== >>>>> Closing thoughts: <<<<< ========================== I opted to use the M24f as my “main” monitor to get a feel if it could handle all my day to work loads, and for the most part it exceeded my expectations, however there were some things that warrant considerations/thoughts before you pull the trigger. - Make sure 24” is the appropriate size for your workloads and personal needs. All the best image quality and viewing angles in world won’t make your desktop bigger. So, make sure this size works for you. - it is not a substitute for a high end/high resolution/high frame rate gaming monitor. This monitor is limited to a maximum refresh rate of 70Hz, a resolution of 1920 x 1080, and a 5-millisecond response time and lack of HDR support – HP makes other gaming monitors that would undoubtedly be better suited if that what you’re looking for – but casual gaming was no problem for the M24f. - while the build quality is solid, I still can’t help but feel HP did a little too much cost cutting when I think about the lack of VESA mounting integration, lack of built-in speakers, and “basic” adjustability of the base. This also comes across in the limited amount of input option as you only have 1x HDMI or 1x VGA connector. (I happen to primarily use Display Port). In the end I was still impressed with everything HP brought to the table with the M24f – particularly at the sub $200 MSRP. I think this is perfect for smaller workstations, desk, or a highly visible study (as in my usage case) where the design aesthetics and extremely crisp and vibrant IPS can be seen in all its glory.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Not good long-term.
    Reviewed by AnnaS - May 17, 2021

    I purchased this monitor almost a year ago (July 2020.) It's May 2021, and I'm experiencing some display/graphic issues. Images are stuck in my background. It's really faint, but it shouldn't be like this. When I restart my computer, the images are burnt into the background of my start-up as well. I will be replacing the monitor because I purchased a replacement plan. Initially, I wanted to return the monitor because the display is very dim. I have my brightness all the way up on the settings, but it doesn't help. I stuck with the monitor, but I wouldn't suggest this monitor. I would rather spend a little more on better quality if I'm thinking about the long term. I'm concerned I'll have to replace my monitor more than once. I'm glad I purchased that extra protection that way I'll get my money's worth!

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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  • High quality, easy to use, 1080p monitor
    Reviewed by hotice - May 14, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The HP M24f is high quality 1080p monitor with an excellent design and feature set. Image Quality Though 1920x1080 isn't a high resolution for a 24" display it sure looks good on this monitor! The colors are rich and vibrant! The viewing angle is excellent too. I can look at it from sharp angles horizontally or vertically and the image is still visible. I was surprised when I realized it has a low blue light mode that's always on. In fact, I opened an image of a color wheel and it looked normal and perfect. I use three monitors for work, this being the third, and comparing images across the three this one looks the brightest and the colors look as good or better than on the others. So I don't know how they're doing it but they have a way to reduce blue light being emitted without hurting the color quality - at least not that I could notice. It does have a "night mode" and that makes the display look like I would expect for a mode that reduces blue light. Obviously it's taking out a lot more blue but that's what it's supposed to do. The fact that I can have reduced blue light all the time without noticing it is awesome! The monitor is "eyesafe Display" certified which apparently has to do with reducing blue light and maintaining high color quality. There is also an "HP Enhance +" feature in the "Color" options. It seems to adjust the sharpness of what's on the display. I tried getting photos to show the difference it makes but that didn't work and since it's an effect applied by the monitor I can't get a screenshot showing the difference either. Anyway, it makes fine details more visible. For instance, hair on someone's head or details of a mountain in the distance in a photo. I've never seen a monitor do that! Design I like the thin top and side bezels of this monitor. I also like the design of the base while it doesn't swivel side to side it does tilt up and down and you can always turn the whole unit side to side anyway. I took some pictures of the base and the cable management for you to see. The base is easy to put together and the cable management works very well to run the power and video cables. It won't get too crazy since there is only one HDMI port and one VGA port. They get points for including VGA! While not used as often anymore there are still tons of systems out there that have VGA and no HDMI so it's good to see it there. There are no USB or audio ports on it. This monitor also supports AMD FreeSync for gaming. Ease of use I've worked with many different on screen menu systems for monitors. It seems like every monitor has a different one. I like this the best by far! Take a look at my pictures. There are four buttons plus the power button under the bottom right side of the monitor. The power button is easy to find because there's a bump with the power LED right next to it. Then, to activate and use the on screen display just press any one of the four buttons. Then you will see soft buttons pop up on the screen, one above each button. It's very self-explanatory and easy to get used to. You can even re-assign three of the four default soft buttons if you want.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • An excellent monitor for the price
    Reviewed by AtlantaGreg - May 13, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] A growing number of people today are doing much if not all of their computing on phone and tablet screens. More on laptops that usually top out at 15 inches (or less). While fine for basic tasks, sometimes you need more screen space, especially when photo and video editing, or doing a video chat call with a class or office. The HP M24f monitor hits that sweet spot at 24 inches (23.8 diagonally, actually), where it gives you a lot more space to work on, but isn’t so large it overwhelms your eyes or can’t fit in a smaller workspace area. The M24f has a 1080p / 70Hz resolution which is just fine for something this size, is very bright, and has a 99% rated sRGB color range for accurate colors, and they look really nice on this screen. Mine had zero dead pixels (yay!). The stand comes in two pieces which basically just snap onto the monitor and a screw on the bottom secures it; note though, the stand does not adjust in terms of height, but does tilt forward and back easily for the best angle. The monitor has a nice wide viewing range of 178 degrees, meaning you don’t have to be right in front of it to see the clarity and brightness – you can be a bit off to the side, or others around you can see it just as well as you do, which not every monitor can claim – and it’s accurate in this case as even off to the side I could see everything just as clearly as in front. Since the bezels on three sides are incredibly thin, this makes for a nice viewing experience. There’s a built-in blue light filter that helps to reduce eye strain as well, that stays on automatically all of the time, which comes in handy when you are having to stare at the screen for longer periods of time. I tend to get a headache after a couple of hours of monitor time and this must work because so far I haven’t had this issue with the M24f. A snap-off piece on the back of the stand has a cable management clip so you can better hide cables behind the monitor and keep the desk looking cleaner. A small row of adjustment buttons along with the power button sit on the underside. Now, keep in mind this is a “no thrills” monitor in terms of extras on the case, meaning there are no USB or USB-C ports on the back, and no built-in web cam. You cannot mount it on a wall. You have the monitor and stand with an older style VGA port and a HDMI port on the back to connect to a desktop, laptop, or other device that can handle either of those connections (a HDMI cable is included in the box). The power cord port and adjustment buttons on the bottom round it off, so it’s basic in terms of no extra fluff, but at under $200, the price reflects that. You still get a very good, sharp, and bright monitor that doesn’t use a ton of power via it’s 25 watt power adapter. At barely more than 5 pounds and overall VERY thin, you can carry it around and move it to wherever you need it and it’s not ugly, so you can leave it out all of the time. For those who have computers that are compatible with “AMD FreeSync”, it’s built into the M24f, and it synchronizes the monitor’s refresh rate with your graphics card and reduces screen stutter and lag. HP Display Center software is an option as well, to allow you to adjust settings via your computer if you prefer more control over the standard buttons. I really like the HP M24f. It has the basics I need, is just the right size without being “tv sized”, and has a very good level of sharpness, brightness, and color accuracy for my needs. It compliments a desktop and a laptop as well. For again, under $200, I think it’s well worth the price for what you get. Recommended and I give it 5 stars based on what you get for the price.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


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