The monitors listed below represent our favorites of the ones we've reviewed.
The Eizo FlexScan T2351W-L is a well-designed touch-screen monitor that prices itself out of the grasp of most users.
The Samsung UNF6400 offers attractive styling and a full complement of features for the price but is outstripped by rivals for performance.
The eMachines W3653 is a budget desktop computer that also includes an LCD. Because of the bundled display, this system ends up with an inflated price tag. We'd highly recommend you shop for a standalone low-end system instead.
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The Dell IN1910N is an economy monitor that sacrifices too much in performance and features for its low price.
The ViewSonic VX2433wm is a low-priced monitor with acceptable performance for everyday tasks.
We're not overly impressed with NEC's LCD193WXM monitor. The 19-inch wide-screen LCD has strong enough image quality for the price, but NEC seems to equate utilitarianism with missing features. We wouldn't expect a $200 19-inch screen to bowl anyone over, but competing displays seem to try harder.
This Westinghouse LCD is new, not refurbished, and it earned surprisingly good reviews from users.
The Acer K272HUL starts at $450 and boasts a 27-inch WQHD screen.
CNET did not review the Samsung SyncMaster T260HD, but we did review a smaller model in the series.
If you must buy a Nettop, the eMachines EZ1601-01's large screen and category-competitive components make a decent argument for its value among other systems like it. One look at a true budget desktop, or even a Netbook, and the appeal of this system diminishes quickly.