For the viewing angles we show the results of left, right, above and below in percentages and only the remaining brightness and colour deviation. If you also want to see the standard deviation, you can find this on the product pages. There, you can also find a screenshot of the colour deviation with white.
The Asus BE249QLB distinguishes itself in a positive way with the horizontal viewing angles, in terms of remaining brightness and small colour deviation. It performs slightly worse above and below, although this is still very good. On average the LG 24MP88HM-S is the best here. The Samsung C24F390FHU and the Benq GW2470H also stand out due to their good results. The Samsung S24F350FH slightly disappoints in this regard and the Acer K242HQLC also does not perform great.
It is clear that with the viewing angle measurements of above and below, ‘ips’ is not a guarantee for good viewing angles – there are big differences. Monitors with a tn-panel do clearly perform worse, although you should not primarily focus on the panel technique, because ips does not mean everything.