Not so long ago, manufacturers proudly announced their first monitors with a 240Hz panel It was. We are now about five years later and 240Hz is no longer a feature to make too much fuss in your press releases. However, something more important has changed for consumers: prices for 240Hz screens have almost halved. This means that you can actually buy a 25-inch monitor with a 240Hz HD panel for 250 to 270 euros.
The two screens we’re looking at here are Lenovo Legion Y25-25 and the Samsung 25″ Odyssey G4The resounding name is LS25BG400EUXEN. You can currently buy a Lenovo monitor from €270 and the G4 will cost you around €260. For this money, you can buy a 25-inch IPS screen in either case, of course, with a refresh rate of 240 Hz. Both monitors support AMD’s FreeSync technology and are G-Sync compatible, so images appear accurately on your screen even if your video card can’t handle 240Hz. The minimum frame rate for Legion is 44 Hz and for Samsung it is 48 Hz; This means that the monitors’ variable frame rate range is nice and large.
Regarding their specifications, the screens rarely differ from each other. Their price is almost the same, so where are the differences? We compare the two fast monitors and put them next to monitors from other manufacturers with fairly high refresh rates. We haven’t yet tested many 240Hz screens, but Legion and Odyssey show that these screens are getting more and more intuitive.
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