The monitors listed below represent our favorites of the ones we've reviewed.
The HP LP2465 is a great business LCD, should your workday require a huge, wide-screen display. Trouble is, Dell has a similar display that gives you more features at roughly the same price.
With its excellent performance, full set of ergonomic features, and reasonable price, the 22-inch HP LP2275 is a smart choice.
The HP LP2065 is viable for business, corporate-office, or no-nonsense home use, but similar LCDs are available for less.
Ease of use and an affordable price don't make up for this camera's poor performance, below-average image quality, and lack of optical zoom.
A massive 20- or 24-inch tablet that feels more like an all-in-one, and it runs Android 4.4. What is this crazy thing? It's the Nabi Big Tab...for kids.
Though competition's increasing for low-end full-frame cameras, the Nikon D610 holds its own; that said, while slightly faster than its predecessor it's not a whole lot different.
The Nikon D600 is a really good camera for the money, as long as you're willing to shell out for the lenses that can do it justice.
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.
HP's new Micro Thin monitor is a simple, straightforward offering without much in the way of exciting features.