Practical stand, connections and hardware features
On the whole, LG has done an excellent job with the 27" Flatron 27EA83 "ColorPrime" monitor. It's stylish, practical and ensures first-rate colour fidelity. It missed out on a five-star review for its relatively low contrast and a response time that's not fast enough for gamers.
Loaded with features, Energy efficient
For businesses seeking a full featured monitor that is budget-friendly and inexpensive to operate, the Viewsonic VG2437mc-LED is a good bet. It offers good colour and greyscale performance and lots of features, including an ergonomic stand and a built-in webcam. Its motion handling prowess makes it ideal for after-hours use as well.
Great but...one minor flaw
The monitor is great. I upgraded from a 2006 Dell SP2009W. So needless to say taking the contrast ratio from 5,000:1 into the millions is a huge step. At first I was disappointed, but with some setting tinkering it came to life. There is apsolutely no glare and I have 4 LARGE windows to my back so constant light. My ONLY complaint, is the stand is just awful. Will it hold the monitor, yes. It is not adjustable at all and is completely made of plastic including the arm.
Capable of very realistic colors
The ViewSonic VX2253mh-LED is one of three ultra-slim, LCD monitors between 2â?? and 27â?? released together in early 2011. As an upgrade from the VA2248m-LED, the ViewSonic VX2253mh-LED offers a slimmer bezel with LED backlighting, an improved 30,000,000:1 contrast ratio, a faster 2ms response time, SRS Premium Sound stereo speakers, and two HDMI inputs.
Another strong sub-£200 flat-panel, and this one offers copious screen space. It isn't always the easiest to operate, and its design tends towards the basic. But its given green credentials, lean casing and carefully weighted colour palette make it a very appetising buy, and a snip at a mere £155.
Decent image quality
Offering decent image quality at a low price, the Viewsonic VX2453mh-LED enters an aggressive part of the market with an aggressively-specced monitor. The 30,000,000:1 contrast ratio is of course nonsense, but the dual HDMI inputs and a stand that lets it sit flush with a work surface or stand up like a standard computer screen give it a few worthwhile advantages over budget rivals.
Decent general purpose and gaming PC monitor
LG brings its low-cost Cinema 3D technology and disposable 3D glasses to the world of PC monitors with the 23-inch D2342P. The result is a sharp, all-purpose display that offers comfortable stereoscopic gaming and movie watching -- so long as you keep your head very, very still.
First monitor with both 1080p resolution, 120Hz refresh
The W2363D is a flat panel monitor from LG's 2010 lineup. The monitor is LG's first with 3D picture quality, allowing users to play games and watch movies in 3D. It features a 23" widescreen LCD display with a full HD resolution of 1080p pixels and a 70,000:1 contrast ratio.
Simple and straightforward GUI
The clumsy build of the LG W2363D is a decent 3D capable monitor that has an average 2D performance. However, its high price of S$699 might be a strong point of contention given that you can get much better performing 2D-only monitors at less than half the price for its size. So if 3D gaming is high on your must-do list, the LG monitor is a decent option if you can stomach the extra cost.
LED backlit - uses less energy than CCFL-based competitors
The LG E2260V-PN is a computer monitor built to be compatible with most systems and simple to operate. This is similar to the LG E2360V-PN, but has a 22 inch screen. They share all other features, including a full 1080p resolution and inputs for D-Sub, DVI-D and HDMI.
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