Representing LG, we have the 24MP58VQ-P and its big brother - 24MP68VQ. Both are mounted on the same T-shaped stand, giving them an appealing look.
The first one is one of the cheapest models in this test, current lowest price is 130 pounds / 139 euros on our price comparison site. And yet, it is based on LG’s own IPS panel with vga, dvi and hdmi inputs. The cables connected stick out straight behind the screen here too. Looking at the front of the screen again, there is something old-fashioned here: there are visible (not too thick) bezels. The bottom bezel is quite shiny, which is something you would need to like to buy it.
The 24MP58VQ-P is not a high-performing model in this test. The contrast of 904:1 is not bad, but in this test range, it is only good for the second place from the bottom. The energy efficiency is not all that good, and the colour temperature is too high, the deviations of colour and grey are the worst in this test. The uniformity is one of the best, on the other hand, the response times are also low and the viewing angles – especially from the above – are above the average. Considering that LG do not provide an hdmi cable with the screen which creates an extra cost in buying one, suddenly the screen no longer appears as cheap.