Guess what! CNET reviews LCD monitors--here's proof

This is for all you Crave addicts out there who read Crave and only Crave (you know who you are). You see, CNET is actually more than quirky gadgets and gear. We review whole products! In particular, we've reviewed quite a few LCD monitors lately.

This is for all you Crave addicts out there who read Crave and only Crave (you know who you are). You see, CNET is actually more than quirky gadgets and gear. We review whole products!

In particular, we've reviewed quite a few LCD monitors lately. For a low-price 22-incher that boasts great movies and games performance and includes both HDMI and DVI connections, check out the Gateway HD2201 .

If you're in the market for something a little smaller, take a look at these three 19-inchers, the Westinghouse L1916HW , the Viewsonic VX1962wm , and the Lenovo ThinkVision L1940p .

Also, we have the Lenovo ThinkVisions L2440p and L2440x . These two 24-inchers share the exact same form factors and only differ in their backlights. The L2440x is the first consumer-based LCD monitor we've tested with an LED backlight. The L2440p uses the traditional cold cathode fluorescent tube (CCFL)-based backlight.

Finally, with Black Friday almost here, here's a list of the lowest-priced LCDs we've recently reviewed.

About the author

Eric Franklin is a section editor covering how to and tablets. He's also co-host of CNET's do-it-yourself and how-to show, The Fix and is a 20-year tech industry veteran.

 

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