LCD LED Monitor (LG Flatron W2486L 24″)



The LED monitor 24” LG W2486L which is very slim line to look and has definitely been designed with modern gaming and media performance in mind sporting a 16:9 ratio screen that makes great viewing of full high definition video with the 1920×1080 resolution.

The LG 86 series of LED Back-lit LCD Monitors combine superior technology with convenient features that provide clearer, crisper and a more color accurate image in an economical solution. The 86 series utilizes LG’s award winning f-engine for a life-like picture. Combined with a dynamic contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, this series is perfect for today’s demanding graphics and video intensive applications. The 86 series also incorporates LG’s Smart Package which includes Auto Bright, Live Sensor, Cinema Mode and Time Control further enhancing the capabilities of this series.


Back of the monitor there are the connectors with ports for DVI, 2xHDMI, D-SUB, 3.5mm audio and the DC-IN power connector. Thanks to the variety of connectors they’ve included on this monitor, it means that it’s quite easy to use it as your computer monitors and also use it as a display for your Xbox 360 and PS3 gaming/Blue-Ray/media viewing.
  

The LG W2486L LED monitor has certainly had a good deal of time spent on it from the designers as it looks very sleek and stylish from the outset and as such immediately improves the look of your workspace, even when it’s turned off. LED monitor features has glossy black exterior with some red tinting on the small oval base.



Normally Monitors have come a long way since the small 15-17” CRT screens which at the same time took up huge amounts of space on your desk. Thanks to the LED back-lit screen technology that is employed, the benefits of which can be immediately seen and felt when you first put this monitor on your desk.


The W2486L LED monitor also has the added benefit of reduced power consumption over traditional LCD screens and because it is more energy efficient, it also runs much cooler, so as well as wasting less energy, the components are no doubt being put under less stress, so presumably this will equate to less chance of failures, which can only be a good thing.

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