Tuesday, November 3rd 2020

iiyama Announces 24" FHD IPS Monitor with Integrated USB-C Dock

iiyama have recently announced the ProLite XUB2492HSN-B1 24" IPS monitor featuring an integrated USB-C dock. The IPS panel features a resolution of 1920x1080 with a typical contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 250cd/m² brightness along with a 4 ms response time. The inputs include HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C dock with 65 W Power delivery, DisplayPort-out, LAN, and x2 USB 3.0. The included stand allows for tilt (22° up - 5° down), swivel (90° left/right), and height (130 mm) adjustments. The ProLite XUB2492HSN is the first monitor from the iiyama 92N series with a USB-C dock. A 27" FHD (XUB2792HSN) and QHD (XUB2792QSN) version will be introduced in March 2021.
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5 Comments on iiyama Announces 24" FHD IPS Monitor with Integrated USB-C Dock

#1
trparky
1080p? Really? What a damn waste.
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Fishfaced Nincompoop
trparky1080p? Really? What a damn waste.
That would depend on te price. There will always be a place for 22-27" 1080p monitors.

(27 inches is for if you have the monitor some distance away, like on an assembly floor, and don't want to use scaling which some programs still don't do well, in my job case most notably our extremely important accounting/order handling program)
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Initialised
Gaming PCs, peripherals and iPhones need to catch up and start shipping with USB-C as standard forcing stallwarts to use C-A or A-C adapters so we can simplify connectivity and interoperability.

The sooner the USB-C monitor with built in dock (and KVM) becomes standard the better, it might take another decade to phase out USB-A, DisplayPort and HDMI. It's time they went the way of e-SATA and DVI
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trparky
Frick(27 inches is for if you have the monitor some distance away, like on an assembly floor, and don't want to use scaling which some programs still don't do well, in my job case most notably our extremely important accounting/order handling program)
1440p WQHD at 27 inches doesn't need any display scaling, it looks beautiful.
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Fishfaced Nincompoop
trparky1440p WQHD at 27 inches doesn't need any display scaling, it looks beautiful.
I'd need it if I was far enough from it. Which on the assembly floor I would be.
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