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Nixeus Vue 24 Freesync Gaming Monitor Video Review

Keith May
Posted Oct 4, 2016
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PRODUCT INFO

Nixeus Vue 24A

Type Monitor
Price MSRP: $299.99

Picking a monitor for your gaming needs has gotten a bit more complicated as time has passed.  Today you have a lot to consider; Panel type, response time, refresh rate and whether it’s variable or not.  This is the Nixeus VUE24A, a 24″ 144hz freesync monitor that aims right at the average gamer with it’s sub $300 price tag.  A Full HD 1920×1080 TN Panel that ticks all the right boxes with it’s 1ms response time and it’s 144hz refresh rate making it ideal for gamers.  On top of it’s 144hz refresh rate it also boasts one of the widest Freesync ranges from the low 30hz to the full 144hz range giving it the ability to take advantage of Low Framerate Compensation that AMD injected into their Radeon Software Crimson Edition.

 

Specifications

Screen Size24 inches TN Panel
Maximum Resolution1920 x 1080 FULL HD
BacklitLED
Aspect Ratio16:9
Color Support16.7 Million (sRGB)
Brightness300cd/m2 (Typical)
Native Contrast Ratio1000:1
Viewing Angles170° horizontal/160° vertical
Refresh Rate144Hz (AMD FreeSync™ Range 30Hz to 144Hz)
Response Time1ms (Gray to Gray)
Pixel Pitch0.276mm
Input PortDual-Link DVI (up to 144Hz), HDMI (up to 120Hz), VGA 15-Pin, DisplayPort 1.2a (up to 144Hz)
SpeakersStereo Speakers
Audio Input Port3.5mm Audio Jack (when using with VGA and DVI connections)
AccessoriesDisplayPort Cable
Quick Start Guide
3.5mm Audio Cable
Power Supply (North America)

 

Check out our video review below to find out why we gave the Nixeus VUE24A our Editors Choice Award.

 

 

 

9.25

Excellent gaming monitor that looks at home anywhere. Even when not using Freesync the monitor still delivers a great gaming experience with it's 144hz refresh rate.

Performance9
Value10
Design & Aesthetics9
Features9

Pros

  • Professional design. Fast Response time. Freesync. Comes with all needed cables unlike some other Freesync monitors. One of the best TN panels I've used

Cons

  • Still a TN panel so suffers from color shift. A bit of a premium over the 'B' variant with only a base change.
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