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Monday, April 9, 2012

Top 10 Best PC Monitors



LCD monitors are the cheapest and the most energy efficient type of display. There are also very similar, so that choosing the appropriate monitor can be a long and unpleasant process. We present you the Top 10 best PC monitors based on general configurations.


Dell UltraSharp U2311H
With a screen size of 23 inches, the Dell monitor comes with a warranty of three years and combines advanced technology with traditional options. Reaction speed is 6 ms, while the dynamic contrast is 10,000:1. Price: $300.

Asus ML239H
Realistic colors displayed by the 23-inch monitor from Asus are based on the huge dynamic contrast of 50,000:1. The 5 ms response rate is another advantage, but the monitor does not have many options to adjust the position. Price: $210.

BenQ EW2420
Even if it has high energy consumption, the 24-inch BenQ monitor has a very fast response for its VA panel technology - 8 ms - and dynamic contrast of up to 20,000:1. Price: $350.

Gateway FHX2402L bid
The 2 ms response is an important advantage for Gateway FHX2402L bid, but the NA technology does not offer wide viewing angles. This monitor has a dynamic contrast of 12,000:1 and image quality is excellent. Price: $250.

NEC EX231WP-BK
The PVA technology used for the NEC monitor offers wide viewing angles, but also the longest response time in the top 10 - 25 ms. Its dynamic contrast of only 3,000:1 along with the response time, recommends it for office use, not for movies or gaming. Price: $300.

Lenovo ThinkVision L2440p
With an excellent brightness, the Lenovo monitor suffers though due to the old TN panel technology, which is why is not ranked on a top position despite the good image quality displayed. Response: 5 ms and Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1. Price: $308.

LG E2281VR-BN
Realistic colors and the response time of only 5 ms make from the LG monitor a good choice for many users. Dynamic contrast is 10,000:1, but the TN technology is old and the monitor would have been significantly better with an IPS. Price: $260.

Acer S243HL bmii
With very low power consumption, the monitor from Acer offers few ways to adjust the screen. Acer S243HL bmii has a response time of 2 ms, while the contrast ration is at 8,000:1. Price: $330.

ViewSonic VA2333-LED
Response time of only 5 ms and the dynamic contrast of 10,000:1 seem advantages for the ViewSonic monitor, but adjustment options are minimal, and the image quality is not really impressive. Price: $245.

Samsung PX2370
Medium specifications and limited adjustment options make the Samsung monitor the least inspired choice of the best monitors available on the market today. Response time is very fast at 2 ms, but the 5,000:1 dynamic contrast is far too low for a price of $400.

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