Less than 0.5" thick. 32"size. Features Game Mode technology for smooth images and 5000:1 contrast ratio for vibrant colors. 35 watts power. Inputs include DisplayPort and HDMI. Crisp picture. Curved screen results in less eye strain.
Does not come with built-in speakers. On the expensive side. Limited instructions.
24" display has 1920 x 1080p resolution and a quick 2 ms response time. Has HDMI, VGA, and DVI-D inputs. Is VESA mountable, so you can easily hang it on a wall. Six preset video modes include Game, Night View, and Theater. Lightweight. Easy setup. Nice color and images.
The base isn't super stable. Some quality issues have been reported that include ghosting, flickering, and dead pixels. Some buyers felt they couldn't fine-tune the brightness as well as they wished.
Full HD 1920 x 1080p resolution. 22" size. Comes with VGA and DVI-D inputs. VESA compliant/mountable. Integrated speakers. Offers good brightness uniformity, and clear images/text. Good quality and performance.
Plastic stand is a bit flimsy and hard to tilt. Some found this monitor to be too bright at night. Some reports of this option arriving defective.
21.5" monitor, with 1920 x 1080p resolution. Features a 7 ms overdrawn response time. Offers a number of eco-friendly features. Good value. Good quality color, while the overall monitor helps with eye strain. VGA, HDMI, and HDCP inputs.
Some buyers claim durability issues, with this option dying within a few months to a year. Stand is on the cheap side. No HDMI cable.
1600 x 900p resolution. 19.5" size. Inputs include DVI-D and VGA. Power consumption is 14 watts, with a 5 ms response time. Super slim profile with a nice overall look. Great value. Easy to assemble. Comes with both VGA and DVI-D cables.
Monitor is not VESA compliant (no wall mounting). Some reports of this monitor arriving damaged or defective. Stand is small and on the cheap side.
With computers becoming multimedia machines, it pays to get an LED monitor that gives a sharp, clear picture. LED monitors these days can be as small as 10.1 inches and have a resolution as low as 1280x1024 pixels. Some are flat while others have a curved screen, which widens the picture without the need to sit too far back. They have ports to allow you to connect many types of devices through USB, HDMI, VGA, and other technologies. Gamers and multimedia professionals may want to spring for a large screen (32 inches or more) with a high resolution (2560x1440 pixels or even 4K). Most people, however, will do fine with a monitor that’s around 22 or 24 inches with full HD resolution (1920x1080 pixels).
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