The Gaems M-240 Professional Gaming Monitor is a standalone desktop monitor that also continues the company’s trend of bringing portability to gamers everywhere. It is based on the Twisted Nematic (TN) panel technology, and it offers a unique road-ready design despite having 24-inch panel (measured diagonally). It even comes with a remote control for an easier access to change the monitor’s display settings. It offers sharp 1080p images, but there are some of its rivals, such as the BenQ XL2420G, that offers better image quality than Gaems’ offering. Nonetheless, this one is still worth the look.
The Gaems M-240 Professional Gaming Monitor Offers a Unique Road-Ready Design
Right off the bat, the Gaems M-240 Professional Gaming Monitor does not look like your typical desktop monitor, nor does it even look like any other display either. Its 24-inch panel has a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution and is placed within a matte-black cabinet. Speaking of its cabinet, it has a curved back that attaches to an easel-type stand. The display stand lets the monitor rotate 180-degrees and also doubles as the unit’s carry-on handle. It should be noted that the stand does not have any ergonomic adjustments, sad to say.
Even though it offers portability unlike other traditional desktop monitors, it weighs 18-pounds. Therefore, this is not exactly the lightest display you will ever find in today’s market. However, you will find it to be an easier challenge when bringing it from room-to-room, or in-and-out of your car when going to a friend’s house for LAN parties.
The screen of the M-240 has a matte, anti-glare coating and it is also flanked by its built-in speakers. The speaker enclosures curve inward toward you and each speaker has a different focus in terms of audio performance. One speaker handles the midrange tones, and the other handles the high tones. There is also a built-in subwoofer, and the unit has a rubberized padding around the back to protect these elements while in transit.
While it does bring a unique offering as it is a more portable display as compared to other desktop monitors, not all about it are candies and daisies. For one, you only get HDMI for the port selection and there are no USB ports available. Furthermore, image performance is middling, especially in the gray-scale department.
Even though it has its fair share of shortcomings, the Gaems M-240 Professional Gaming Monitor is still a good choice especially if you’re the type to join a lot of LAN parties. But if you consider it as a permanently-placed gaming monitor for your rig, it’s not the best performing one out there.