The monitors listed below represent our favorites of the ones we've reviewed.
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The Dell S2330MX is a well-designed general purpose monitor with a pleasing aesthetic at a great price.
The SyncMaster 910T is a sharp-looking 19-inch LCD with good image quality, lots of adjustability options, and a decent price.
NEC's MultiSync LCD1960NXi is surprisingly good with video, but there are other less expensive 19-inch LCDs that offer superior overall image quality.
The VP191b has almost everything we look for in an LCD, but graphics pros will expect better performance for the price.
The HP Envy 27-inch IPS monitor with Beats Audio goes long on sound while still giving image quality its due.
Apple's smaller-scale iMac remains our favorite all-in-one. And while its looks, its ease of use, and its performance are all selling points, Windows PCs are starting to catch up (at least with the latter). A few components could also stand an update, but in general you'll find the 20-inch iMac a remarkable computer for its price.
A touch screen and Windows 8 can't defuse the impression that the Vizio CA24T-A4 all-in-one was designed primarily for retail shelf appeal.
While performance is excellent, the Apple LED Cinema Display's one connection option paints it into a small corner that is welcoming only to newer MacBook owners.
Dell's UltraSharp 2407WFP-HC widescreen monitor gives you tons of input flexibility, strong moving image quality, and a handful of other features that will endear you to it as a digital entertainment display. It's not as strong as we'd like with static images, however, making this display not as well suited to demanding image and graphics professionals.