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Lenovo L29w-30 29 Inch UltraWide 1080p Gaming Monitor IPS 90Hz, 4ms, HDMI, DP

  • Its 29-inch IPS panel display with expansive 178°/178° view angle delivers quality visuals whichever way you look at it, whether you’re laying out spreadsheets, taking out opponents or streaming your favorite comedy with family members.
  • AMD freesync eliminates image tearing for a cleaner daily work and there’s no ghosting due to the monitor’s 4ms response time.
  • Brightness of 300 nits with contrast ratio of 1000:1 and color gamut 99% sRGB and anti-glare display this Lenovo monitor is suitable for all your family.
  • The L29w-30 is compatible with AMD FreeSync technology allowing for unencumbered video streaming and game rendering. The 90 Hz refresh rate reduces screen stuttering and provides smooth in-game motion. Image ghosting is minimized with a 4ms response time.
  • Protect your vision: Designed with your eyes in mind, flicker-free TUV Rheinland low blue light filtering reduces eye strain without affecting colour accuracy

Was £269.99

Now £174.99

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