The monitor is an integral part of the computer. Without it, you won’t be able to interact with the operating system. Monitors are of two types – standard or gaming. A gaming monitor will have a higher refresh rate. A standard monitor will have a lower screen refresh rate, and it might be cheaper than the gaming one. Monitors are available for purchase in various price ranges. Below, we’ve shared the top latest non-gaming and gaming monitors you can buy right now for below 15000 Rs:
Best monitors under 15000 Rs
The 24ML600M monitor comes in a calibrated state, and it is enabled with the AMD Freesync technology. It supports customization of the workspace (screen split) and has two HDMI ports along with a port for headphone connectivity. Three sides of the LG 24ML600M are nearly borderless. The base of the monitor flaunts a border along with an LG logo. 24ML600M has 5-watt dual-channel speakers built-in. Maxx Audio drivers power the audio. The monitor ships with the MBR function. When you enable MBR, the screen refresh rate will drop to 1ms. The LG monitor features a black stabilizer function and has 75 Hertz refresh rate. Its screen size is 23.8-inch, and its weight is 3.1 kilograms. LG had launched 24ML600M in India in 2020. It is the best monitor under 13000 Rs.
24MP88HV is yet another top-rated LG monitor under 15000 Rs. Unlike 24LM600M, all sides of this monitor are nearly borderless. 24MP88HV supports 99% colors of the sRGB spectrum, and as the above monitor, it is pre-calibrated. The monitor has two 10-watt speakers built-in and has 60 Hertz refresh rate, 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. 24MP88HV has a 24-inch IPS panel. It features a single VGA, audio-in, audio-out, headphone port, and 2 HDMI ports. Its weight is 3.2 kilograms.
HA220Q is a 6.6mm thick monitor under 15000 Rs with a 4 ms response time and 75-hertz refresh rate. Although the latest versions of Windows and Linux operating systems have a night mode feature, this feature only adjusts the screen’s color temperature. HA220Q ships with the blue light shield function that lets users adjust the blue light emitted by the panel. Acer HA220Q comes with two stereo 2-watt speakers and has 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. Acer has launched three models of HA220Q. Each monitor has a different screen size but similar features. The 21.5-inch version of the Acer monitor costs 11500. The 23.8-inch and 27-inch models cost 12500 and 13000 Rs, respectively.
The Q24i-10 monitor by Lenovo features a stylish metal stand and is also equipped with a VESA mount. It is slim (6.9mm thick) and has a 23.8-inch near edgeless panel with a 4ms response time and 75-hertz refresh rate. You can tilt the display as per your requirements. Q24i-10 supports AMD Freesync technology, and it comes with two 3-watt speakers. It has a max brightness level of 300 nits and has 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. The Lenovo Q24i-10 monitor under 15000 Rs weighs 4.5 kilograms. Lenovo had launched it in 2020.
This Dell monitor has similar features as Lenovo Q24i-10, Acer HA220Q, and LG 24MP88HV/ 24ML600M i.e, it’s AMD Freesync enabled, has 75-hertz refresh rate, IPS panel, full HD resolution, but its response time is 3/4 ms higher than other monitors we’ve shared here i.e. 8 ms. Its weight is 3.4 kilograms. This monitor features Dell’s proprietory color reproduction system, 2 HDMI ports, and a single audio-in port. S2421H is the best Dell monitor under 15000 Rs. It is ideal for regular use.
BenQ Zowie XL2411K
XL2411K is one of the latest monitors in BenQ’s Zowie series. With a rating of 4.4/5 from 10000+ buyers, it is the highest-rated mid-budget gaming monitor in India. XL2411K’s panel has a 1 ms response time, 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, and is powered by DyAc technology which makes sure that everything part of the game appears clear to the gamer. The monitor also includes the Black eQualizer function, which improves the dark scene visibility. The BenQ gaming monitor lets users share the current monitor profile with other users. It was introduced in India in 2020 and has a 5.9 kilograms weight.
LG Ultragear 24GL650F
LG had launched the 24GL650F 23.5-inch monitor in September 2020. It costs more than the 2 LG monitors we’ve covered above, but unlike those two monitors, 24GL650F is a gaming monitor with a 144 Hz refresh rate & a response time of 1ms. 24GL650F by LG comes with the Black Stabilizer function, and it supports Radeon Freesync. The screen of this monitor has an anti-glare coating. LG 24GL650F flaunts a TN panel and has a maximum brightness level of 300 nits. Its weight is 4.9 kilograms. 24GL650F has a display port and is the best LG gaming monitor under 15000 Rs.
EW2480 by BenQ is one of the best-selling 5ms monitors under 15000 Rs in India. It is also one of the latest monitors in India. EW2480 has a 75 Hz refresh rate, IPS full HD panel, etc. It is enabled with Freesync support. EW2480’s panel size is 23.8-inch, and it features two 2.5-watt speakers. It has several eye-friendly functions. For example, the monitor features a sensor that checks whether a person is in front of the monitor or not. If the person is in front of the monitor for a long time, EW2480 will ask the user to go for a break to give eyes a rest. The monitor can also lower the blue light intensity.
One of the highest-rated, and best-selling monitors under 15000 Rs, LF24T350FHWXXL has a 5 ms response time and weighs 2.7 kilograms. LF24T350FHWXXL flaunts an IPS 24-inch panel and borderless design. It employs AMD FreeSync technology and has a refresh rate of 75 Hertz. This monitor has a dedicated gaming mode and features HDMI/D-Sub ports. It doesn’t have a speaker built-in. LF24T350FHWXXL can turn itself off and it comes with Eye Saver Mode. It supports the 16:9 aspect ratio and 200 to 250 nits brightness.