While 3D capabilities have not exactly been in the mainstream yet, some LCD monitors have come into the market with 3D support, namely, the Samsung 2233RZ and ViewSonic VX2268WM. We take a look at both LCD monitors on standard and 3d gaming usage to see which will come up on top.
Samsung is a rather popular choice among the style conscious due to its emphasis on design. This trend is now extended to its LCD displays with the latest SyncMaster T220.
We check out LG's Flatron W2252TQ, their latest monitor that features a 2ms response time, a 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (700:1 standard contrast) and 22-inches of screen realty. Did we also mention it comes with a glossy black finish for good looks (and fingerprint fun)? We check out how it fares.
Despite its substantia price, Samsung's 2693HM performs well and looks great and that without a doubt is what most people are looking for.
With screen real estate getting larger and prices ever declining, is now the time to get your hands on the affordable BenQ G2400W? To answer that question, we put this slim and modest looking 24-inch monitor through our tests and give you our verdict.
Housed in a sleek glossy exterior is the 22-inch Viewsonic VX2235wm-5 whose slim frame belies its powerful performance. Promising an ultra-fast 2ms panel response time and a 4000:1 contrast ratio, we got our hands on one to see if it delivers.
Filling the gap between Dell's 2407WFP and the 3007WFP is the 27-inch 2707WFP, a monitor that is both new and different.
With the new L1900R, LG is giving users a chance to own a brilliant monitor and an artpiece or just a beautiful LCD that packs a lot of punch in simple terms.
The 19-inch market is very much alive as Philips demonstrates with the introduction of the 190P7 - a monitor catering to users who want more value for their money.
Not just your ordinary LCD monitor, the ASUS PW201 is all ready to please, especially if you demand more than just a visual panel.