The LG 24BP750C-B is an office monitor with a built-in webcam for video conferencing. It is one of the best monitors for video conferencing, and we really like the fact that it has a 1080p FHD webcam on the front with superb camera quality. It is for professionals who conduct and take part in online meetings with clients.
This monitor from LG ticks all the boxes for being a perfect office monitor because it has a webcam at the top that hides and pops up. Its stand has excellent ergonomics, plus it offers rich connectivity, has built-in speakers, and a lot of useful features for reading, gaming, and entertainment.
- 1080p IPS Panel
- Built-in Webcam
- Fully Adjustable Stand
- HDR 10
- VESA Mount Compatible
LG 24BP750C-BLG 24BP750C-B
The LG 24BP750C-B is more focused on office requirements. Given the features, connectivity, and ergonomics, we think this monitor performs best for office use.
This monitor does not have AMD FreeSync. Also, the refresh rate is limited to 60Hz only, making it a not-so-good monitor for gaming.
It has HDR 10 certification but no wide color gamut coverage and lacks screen real estate.
Design & Ergonomics
Monitor Type – Flat
Width – 52.7cm
Height – 33.27 cm
The front of the LG 24BP750C-B looks highly professional. Even though it is the era of thin bezels, this monitor has noticeable thick bezels, which strengthens the build quality.
The LG branding goes in the middle, and there is a webcam popup mechanism at the top for hiding the camera for privacy. It comes finished in black, and we think it should suit office spaces perfectly.
Depth – 24 cm
VESA Mount – 100x100mm
Ports Position – Down-Facing
The LG 24BP750C-B has a clean design at the back, and the bold LG branding goes in the middle of the top portion. There is a privacy mechanism for hiding the webcam, and the ports are down-facing at the back. There is a USB port and a 3.5mm audio jack that are right facing with dual speakers.
The monitor is quite deep, so make sure you have enough space from the wall. You get VESA holes on the back, but you must remove the stand to reveal the holes.
Thinness – N/A
The bezels of this monitor are substantially thick, resulting in robust chassis, but many will find it boring since this is the era of frameless monitors. Also, if you make a dual setup with this, there will be black bars.
Weight – 13.23 lbs
The LG 24BP750C-B has excellent build quality and is made strong considering everyday wear and tear. It is perfect for putting in office spaces because of its robust design. Although it is all plastic, it is of outstanding quality, and the parts seem very well put together.
Removable Stand – Yes
Cable Management – Yes
The LG 24BP750C-B has a very deep stand because it is fully ergonomic. A purposeful cable management clip is on the stand to route the cables down the desk.
Tilt – 35° Backward, 5° Forward
Swivel – 180° Both Sides
Height – 130 mm
Pivot – 90° Both Ways
The LG 24BP750C-B offers excellent ergonomics. It has a decent, very tall height adjustment function, a wide swivel range of 180 degrees on both sides, a both-ways 90-degrees pivot function and a basic tilt function.
Display & Performance
Panel Type – IPS
Panel Size – 23.8″
Aspect Ratio – 16:9
Panel Depth – 8 bits (6 bits+FRC)
The panel on the LG 24BP750C-B is IPS. We highly recommend IPS panels for their wide viewing angles and rich colors. However, budget IPS monitors perform poor in dark rooms because of the lower contrast ratio.
This size is perfect for 1080p screen resolution, and the 16:9 aspect ratio is standard for budget monitors. It has 8 bits panel depth that works on 6 bits+FRC.
Resolution – FHD | 1920x1080p
PPI – 92 PPI
The screen clarity on the LG 24BP750C-B is fantastic due to the tight arrangement of pixels. It has 92 PPI, which is a decent count, but many would feel the screen real estate to be low. This combo of screen size and resolution is perfect for most office tasks.
However, you can get much better options with 1440p and 4K screen resolutions at around $300.
Peak Brightness – 200-nits
Unfortunately, the LG 24BP750C-B has a very low peak brightness of around 200 nits. Even $150 monitors offer a minimum 250-nits peak brightness. Hence, this monitor has terrible brightness levels making it not so good monitor for bright rooms. Also, this is not the right monitor to put in front of a light or window.
Contrast Ratio – 1000:1
The contrast ratio on the LG 24BP750C-B is 1000:1, which is standard among budget IPS monitors. It has a decent grey performance, but the blacks appear greyish in the dark. Also, the black uniformity is not that great. Hence, we do not recommend this monitor for dark rooms.
Viewing Angles (H/V) – 178°/178°
The viewing angles on the LG 24BP750C-B are wide, making it easy to share your work with clients and colleagues. Its top-bottom viewing angles are also decent, so mounting this monitor on the wall at a height should not create any problem.
NTSC – 72%
sRGB – 99%
The LG 24BP750C-B covers 99% sRGB and 72% NTSC color space which is excellent for viewing SDR content. Visuals appear saturated and rich with colors on this panel, making the overall viewing experience better.
Response Time – 5ms
The LG 24BP750C-B has a standard 5ms response time, which is not the fastest, but it seems very fast with decent motion handling. It does not cause any jitter while working, so the basic motions and animations look clear, but playing fast motion-intensive games should create blurry visuals.
Refresh Rate – 60Hz
The refresh rate on the LG 24BP750C-B is 60Hz, which is very basic and limited in today’s era of fast monitors. It is a terrible refresh rate for a $300 monitor. It is okay if it is purely for office use because there are better options for home-office mixed usage and gaming.
Black Frame Insertion – N/A
The LG 24BP750C-B does not have BFI (Black Frame Insertion).
HDR – HDR 10
The LG 24BP750C-B is HDR 10 certified but is gimmicky for the 200-nits brightness levels. Also, there is no wide color gamut coverage.
Auto Input Switch
The LG 24BP750C-B has an auto-input switch feature, which automatically changes the video source of the monitor for convenience.
Black Stabilizer boosts the contrast levels in the dark scenes to reveal the clarity of objects in the dark. It is helpful for gaming and entertainment.
HDR effect provides various effects for HDR viewing. It has different effects for gaming, entertainment, office, and editing.
Reader mode on the LG 24BP750C-B reduces the blue light emission, making you feel less tired.
1x HDMI 1.4
1x DisplayPort 1.2
The LG 24BP750C-B has dual ports for video connectivity. A single HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort 1.2. We believe that a $300 monitor should support DisplayPort Daisy-Chaining like on the ASUS ProArt PA278CV for making multiple monitor setups. Hence, this monitor is not a perfect office monitor in our eyes.
USB, Other Ports
1x USB 1.4 (Type-C, DP Alt Mode, 65W)
3x USB 3.0 (Type-A)
1x Ethernet RJ45
1x 3.5mm Audio Out
That is a good range of ports for office and workstation setups. It has RJ45, a USB Type-C port with DP Alt Mode and 65W charging. Also, there are three USB ports, and one of them is on the right side of the monitor for easy access.
That’s a Wrap!
We think LG did not satisfy us with this monitor because it gets very confusing when you make a $300 monitor and miss out on essential features like DisplayPort DaisyChaining. Who needs Crosshair in an office monitor? The pricing is not confirmed yet, but we believe it should be around $300.
LG 24BP750C-B: ConclusionLG 24BP750C-B
Features4/5 GoodThis monitor has a webcam with built-in speakers and a microphone
- Perfect for online meetings
- Full range of ergonomics
- Decent build quality
- Terrible brightness levels
- No DisplayPort Daisy-Chaining