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1 HP 24mh FHD Monitor Review

HP 24mh FHD Monitor Review

Monitors measuring 24 inches, offering Full HD resolution and a few additional features are quickly becoming the default option in the budget PC display market. Enter the HP 24mh monitor, a beautiful budget display designed for office users as well ...
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2 LG 32QN600-B Review

LG 32QN600-B Review

The LG 32QN600-B is a curved 32-inch QHD monitor built for professional users, but it also has entertainment in mind. In addition to curved QHD resolution and support for HDR10 content, it also boasts 75Hz refresh rate and 5-millisecond response ...
3 Sceptre C248B-144RN Review

Sceptre C248B-144RN Review

The Sceptre C248B-144RN is one of the display maker’s affirmed attempts at catering specifically to enthusiasts shopping on a budget. This 24-inch display has everything you need to play competitively – ultrafast response times, game-specific ...
4 LG 34WN80C-B Review

LG 34WN80C-B Review

Once again, LG Electronics is offering a professional monitor for photographers, video editors, and graphic designers with impressive sRGB color gamut coverage and is HDR 10 compatible. The LG 34WN80C-B is an ultra-wide screen with very good color ...
Best value 5 ViewSonic VX2252MH Review

ViewSonic VX2252MH Review

The ViewSonic VX2252MH is proof that you don’t always have to spend lots of money for a good do-it-all monitor. Priced below most 22-inch monitors, this panel brings a speedy two-millisecond (gray-to-gray) pixel response, decent image detail, and a ...
$107.99 $119.99 SEE IT
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6 LG 27UK850-W Monitor Review

LG 27UK850-W Monitor Review

The LG 27UK850-W is a great choice for any gamer seeking a stylish monitor that’s equipped with the latest technologies, solid connectivity at a reasonable price. It offers a sharp UHD picture, impressive gaming performance, and a raft of future-proof features, including AMD FreeSync anti-tearing technology. The monitor’s out-of-the-box color accuracy is slightly skewed, but it gets plenty of picture settings, including advanced color settings come handy for third-party picture calibration to sort out the accuracy issues.
7 AOC E1659Fwu Portable Monitor Review

AOC E1659Fwu Portable Monitor Review

The AOC E1659Fwu is a 16-inch portable USB 3.0 monitor that is designed for frequent travellers who require a versatile secondary display for viewing multi-page spreadsheets and documents or giving presentations. It’s a refreshed update over its predecessor that was rather heavy and bulky, now delivered in a slim and light profile that you can carry in a briefcase or laptop bag, and since it draws power from your laptop or desktop’s USB port, you really don’t need a bulky power adapter.
8 LG 34UC80-B Monitor Review

LG 34UC80-B Monitor Review

The 34-inch LG 34UC80-B professional monitor is a cool, sprawling panel for both work and play. It’s designed for video editors, graphics designers, and photographer, and it features impressive color accuracy, but it also features a number of gamer-centric features. Its curved, ultra-wide panel boasts a 21:9 aspect ratio, which is the exact one you commonly see in gaming monitors – so is the 75Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync adaptive synch technology.
Best value 9 Samsung CRG9 Monitor Review

Samsung CRG9 Monitor Review

The Samsung CRG9 is an ultra-ultrawide 49-inch curved monitor with a 5120 x 1440 resolution and uses quantum dot technology to create a luxuriant workspace. Its design supplants typical two-monitor setups, and they both look immersive either way.
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Best value 10 Sceptre Monitor E255B-1658A Review

Sceptre Monitor E255B-1658A Review

Sceptre has a mission to make its monitor line world-class in every category, and the Sceptre E255B-1658A spares nothing in search of that effort. It offers not just excellent image quality, but also a high refresh rate, AMD FreeSync support and design that’s as attractive as it is functional.
11 Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA Monitor Review

Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA Monitor Review

If you’re dying to upgrade to a 4K monitor, you’ll definitely be tempted to pick up a cheaper model like the Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA. It will work well enough for a gamer looking to power things up to 4K; or, just work for a creative professional who need a big, clear monitor.
12 Samsung C27F398 Review

Samsung C27F398 Review

The Samsung 27 Curved Monitor (C27F398) is a great productivity display that you can use at the office, home and pretty anywhere else. Its price makes it even appealing choice over competitors.
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13 Dell UltraSharp U2715H Review

Dell UltraSharp U2715H Review

Dell has always had a strong footing with its UltraSharp monitors, known for their solid performance and minimalist design. The latest addition to the family, the Dell UltraSharp U2715H, is no different. This 27-inch professional monitors uses an ...
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14 ViewSonic VX3276-MHD Review

ViewSonic VX3276-MHD Review

Designed for professionals who usually require accurate colors, the 32-inch ViewSonic VX3276-MHD uses a FHD In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel to deliver crisp color and grayscale performance with wide viewing angles. It also offers advanced color ...
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15 ASUS MB169B+ Portable Monitor Review

ASUS MB169B+ Portable Monitor Review

Having a dual-monitor setup is boost for productivity, and it’s especially easy to grab a second panel if you’re working from home or the office. On the move, your laptop is the only screen you got since you can’t chunk your 4K monitor into a ...
16 Sceptre E248W-19203R Monitor Review

Sceptre E248W-19203R Monitor Review

Designed for everyday tasks like web surfing, reading mail and watching online videos, the Sceptre E248W-19203R is a sleek-looking 24-inch monitor that uses Twisted-Nematic (TN) panel technology to deliver a sharp FHD picture with wide viewing ...
17 HP VH240a (1KL30AA) Review

HP VH240a (1KL30AA) Review

The business monitors in HP’s Work line have been providing stellar performance and ergonomic comfort to office users for many years, and this year’s additions continues the trend. The HP VH240a (1KL30AA) is a monitor designed for users who spend ...
18 Acer SB220Q bi Review

Acer SB220Q bi Review

If you’re struggling with excessive screen tearing and motion artifacts while playing games and watching your favorite movie, it may be time you invested in a better gaming monitor that supports anti-tearing technology. The Acer Predator XB271HK is ...
19 LG 24UD58-B 4K Monitor Review

LG 24UD58-B 4K Monitor Review

The LG 27UD58-B is a stellar 27-inch gaming monitor that undercuts most 4K monitors in the entry-level category. It uses an Ultra-High Definition (UHD) In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel, and AMD’s FreeSync to deliver vivid colors. It has an array of ...
20 Sceptre E248W-1920R Review

Sceptre E248W-1920R Review

The Sceptre E248W-1920R is an affordable 24-inch Full HD (1,920-by-1,080) monitor designed for users who spend equal amounts of time working and playing casual games on a desktop PC. It uses a Twisted-Nematic (TN) panel, which isn’t as bright as an ...
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