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EASE G24I28 24″ 16:9 280 Hz IPS Fast Gaming Monitor

Brand: EaseCategory: Monitor, FHD, IPS Panel,
(2 customer reviews)

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The FHD visuals are brilliantly supported by an incredibly fast 280hz refresh rate to ensure even fast-moving sequences appear smoother and more detailed, giving you that added edge when gaming. And, if you’ve got a compatible AMD graphics card, then you can take advantage of the monitor’s built-in FreeSync technology to eliminate screen tear and stutter when gaming. You’ll also be able to keep up with any late-night gaming marathons, as the monitor features a screen mode that reduces exposure to blue light emissions and helps prevent eye fatigue.


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  1. samuzaffar

    Here’s my review of the Ease G24I28 Monitor:
    Let me preface this by saying that this review was not sponsored in any way, by either techarc or ease. I purchased a retail unit with my own money and the following is my unbiased opinion of the product. I will also be mostly comparing this to the Asus VX239h and Viewsonic XG2405 that I already own.

    Rating: 8/10 – Good Enough
    Value: 10/10 – Highly Recommend

    The monitor is a 280hz (overclocked) Fast IPS display (I assume the same AU-Optronics panel as the Asus TUF Gaming VG259QM), with HDR and Freesync Support along with a claimed 1ms mode (backlight strobing).

    The display comes with standard packaging and includes a displayport cable, along with a non-adjustable stand, and a power brick.

    The OSD is standard, navigable by 4 buttons on the back with front labels and a power button.

    As for the 280hz claim, I was easily able to get it working from both the windows settings and Nvidia control panel. Blurbusters revealed smoother motion than the 144hz XG2405. With response time set to Low, there was minimal ghosting (inverse or otherwise), especially compared to the Viewsonic. At Brightness set to 75, it was brighter than both the other monitors.

    Using Standard Picture Mode with Normal Color Temperature, whites were on-point (more white than the slight pink on the XG2405 or the slight brown on the VX239h), however blacks were somewhat grayish, better than the Asus, but not as deep as the Viewsonic. Coating was somewhat reflective (with slightly washed-out colors when viewed to the side), but not noticeable in-game. Contrast was ok, same if not slightly better than the other two.

    HDR is supported but needs to be enabled on the monitor first (before in-game/windows). Needs some adjustment to the color profile to get it looking as good as SDR (reducing gamma). Freesync is present but not tested. The 1ms MPRT mode did improve motion clarity, but at the cost of some inverse ghosting/crosstalk, however it was implemented MUCH better than the viewsonic, resulting in less reduction to the brightness. I still prefer it with MPRT off, but it is there if you need it.

    In CS:GO and Destiny, it was a much better experience than both the other monitors, and was quite easy to differentiate between the 280hz and the 144hz panel. Coding in VSCode was also a pleasant experience

    Minimal Ghosting – Recommended to set Response Time to Low
    Decently Bright
    Cheap (Very cheap compared to the Asus 280hz Monitor)
    No Dead Pixels (So far)
    Better Whites
    1 Year Local Warranty
    Minimal Bezels
    Screen coating is not the best (some reflections on black)
    Basic non-adjustable stand (however, is at a good height with VESA support)
    HDR Support needs some color profile adjustment

    I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for an esports monitor, especially at the current price point (45k at the time of purchase). Even for regular use such as content consumption/creation or coding it presents a pretty good value.


  2. zain shah (verified owner)

    Extremely good LED look same to as compare to ASUS TUF VG259QM I just don’t like this LED mounting stand 100% value to money
    you can check this LED unboxing and first impression video on youtube

    zain shah