The monitors listed below represent our favorites of the ones we've reviewed.
The HP w2408h True Color Widescreen is a well-priced 24-inch monitor that looks stylish and performs well. Its lack of a DVI port is its only major stumbling block.
With a high price-to-performance ratio, the Monoprice IPS-Glass Panel Pro will satisfy most bargain hunters; however, there are better options for a few dollars more.
The Samsung HU9000 has straight-up great picture quality, design and features, but the gratuitous curved screen adds very little to the viewing experience and way too much to the price.
While it's less geared to mobile use, the $150 NuForce HP-800 is one of the better-sounding full-size headphone models for the money.
HP's new Micro Thin monitor is a simple, straightforward offering without much in the way of exciting features.
By adding an HDMI input, the low-priced HP Slate 21 Pro aims to be a "PC monitor with benefits" for small business.
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The HP Envy 27-inch IPS monitor with Beats Audio goes long on sound while still giving image quality its due.
As long as you have no advanced demands, the Pavilion 27xi will meet your basic needs with aplomb.
The 29-inch monitor features a panoramic 21:9 aspect ratio for $699.
The Lenovo ThinkVision L1940p costs a bit more than competing 19-inch LCD monitors, but its many ergonomic features and great overall performance could persuade those not shopping on price alone.