Lenovo’s L22e-20 monitor is a good choice for general use. Out of the box it comes with a VGA cable, the stand and the monitor itself. Setup is quite simple and it looks really good for the price range with its slim form factor and 3 sided thin bezels with a big chin at the bottom with Lenovo branding.
Being a budget monitor with full HD resolution it delivers good picture quality with sharp texts. Images don’t look blurry at all and you can make out the details easily. The colors on the other hand do look washed out and this is no fault of the VA panel.
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- Anti glare matte screen
- Near borderless 2mm bezels
- TUV blue light and flicker free certification
- AMD FreeSync support
- Poor response time with normal &
- off mode
- Ghosting issues with extreme &
- normal modes
- Colors look washed out
It comes with Freesync support which helps with frame tearing but it has a ghosting issue which is very prevalent in the extreme mode and normal mode. If you decide to not use either modes you will have very poor response times which won’t be an issue if you’re not planning to play competitive games on this. And I wouldn’t recommend this for gaming as there are better offerings for similar prices.
|Screen size||21.5 inch|
|Resolution||Full HD 1920 x 1080|
|Panel type||VA Panel|
|Response time||4ms with extreme mode|
|Refresh rate||60 Hertz|
It’s a nice monitor for it’s very strict price and Lenovo tried making the most out of it so if you want a budget monitor for general office purposes and consuming media or maybe as a secondary display then it’s definitely something worth considering.
This Article is Written By Anshuman Jain
I’m a college student pursuing computer science and indulge myself in tech and video games. I’m great at nitpicking and pointing out even the smallest flaws.