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 Monitor, one little flaw
After ordering a Dell 23" monitor a couple weeks back I had to return it due to a severe case of back light bleed. The monitor was perfect otherwise. This monitor is the replacement because the Dell was out of stock at the time. so I chose the best value/most features. Out of the box this thing is blindingly bright, I never understood why companies ship out monitors and tvs this way, but as usual had to mess with the settings right away.
Energy efficient monitor
When it comes to the best picture quality and absolute convenience, the ViewSonic VA2406M-LED is a little lacking, but the pros outweigh the cons. The LED backlighting is a plus. It gives this monitor an advantage over many other monitors using TN technology by helping reduce power consumption and improve contrast and brightness. It is a good monitor and a solid purchase.
High-class 24in display
The Dell S2440L is constructed to a very high standard, the edge-to-edge glass adding a touch of class to its already very clean minimalist lines. The display itself is capable of impressive performance. It's not the cheapest 24inch display you'll find, but feels well worth the money.
Fairly mediocre performance specs
We recommend this monitor if you're looking for something that's impressive in appearance, beyond the budget bin in style, and is at least passable in its color performance. The attractive design and staggeringly large contrast ratio that the S2440L tested with justify its price, but its color shortcomings make it a bad choice for graphic design or photo editing, and it certainly isn't the best choice for gaming.
Great performance and plenty of features for the money
The Asus PA248Q is aimed at serious graphics professionals and enthusiasts and delivers great performance and plenty of features for the money. It offers more screen space than a typical 24inch display and offers a full set of adjustments and comes calibrated.
Useful trio of inputs
The ViewSonic VX2460H-LED is an exceedingly slim and stylish monitor which performs well and comes with a useful trio of inputs. Image quality is bettered by IPS displays, but this model is a definite improvement over the budget displays often bundled with PCs and will look good in a home or executive environment.
Decent image quality
Any 24-inch monitor for under £150 was considered a bona fide barrel scraper not that long ago. But things are different now and this ViewSonic screen finds itself pitched against some relatively stiff competition.
The first surprise is that it sports TN technology for its LCD panel. IPS panels, which are generally superior, are now available for under £150 in the 23 to 24-inch segment. On the other hand, the ViewSonic also sports an LED backlight.
Full HD, anti-reflective screen
The ViewSonic VX2460h-LED won't win many fans from the front, but its 6.8mm depth will drop jaws from the side. Performance is good with even, consistent colour reproduction and the quick response time with appeal to gamers. Against this is the fact it costs more than many budget IPS panels which lift colour and viewing angles to another level.
Accurate enough colors for professional photo and video work
The Acer B243HL bmdrz is a mid-range to high-end 24" LCD high definition monitor with a native resolution of 1920 x 1080. It features a 5ms response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 8,000,000:1, integrated 2W stereo speakers and an adjustable design.
Additionally, the B243HL bmdrz sports 4 USB ports, DVI video in with HDCP support and a VGA analogue video input.
Monitor has vivid color reproduction
With multiple superior options in panel technology, TN panels will eventually be phased out. For the time being though, they are hanging on and putting up a fight. The LG E2442V-BN is one of the better TN monitors, but it does not offer enough to justify paying the same price as equally sized monitors with better panel technology. With IPS technology, this monitor would be a far greater contender.
Good value for money
The Dell UltraSharp U2412 delivers very good value for money and will appeal to anyone who needs to spend a lot of time in front of their monitor. It's not a multimedia display, but its excellent display quality and ergonomics make it great for design, long-term office use or gaming. Above all, it's an absolute pleasure to use.
Excellent performance in both detail and colours.
The Dell UltraSharp U2412M, as it turns out is a brilliant monitor. Priced at Rs. 23,000 in India, the U2412M is a tad pricier than some IPS panels out there. There are a few things, however that make this display stand out - excellent performance in both detail and colours - play a major part. But we wish the minor backlighting wasnâ?? t present.
The 24-inch Dell UltraSharp U2412M widescreen LCD monitor has yet to be widely reviewed, but those that do weigh in give it glowing reviews for all-around use. Contrast, color accuracy, adjustability and low power consumption all come in for praise. The LED backlight helps make the monitor very thin and also energy efficient. Screen uniformity isn't perfect, but backlight bleed is at a minimum.
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