The monitors listed below represent our favorites of the ones we've reviewed.
The NEC MultiSync E231W offers a lot of features for a relatively low price.
The NEC MultiSync PA271W is an incredibly performing monitor that may be too expensive for what it offers.
The NEC MultiSync P221W has some of the most accurate colors we've seen, but it is light on features.
The NEC MultiSync EA221WM has a host of features and good overall performance for a fairly high price.
NEC's MultiSync LCD2470WNX has a higher-than-average price compared to other 24-inch displays, and we just don't see enough of a benefit in image quality to justify the added expense. Features like HDCP-compliance and an amazingly adjustable stand help it keep up with the competition, but for the price, this display needs to do more.
The NEC MultiSync LCD1970VX is a reasonably priced, well-designed LCD that will fit most users' needs for flexibility and image quality.
Most 17-inch monitors can't match the NEC MultiSync LCD1770VX's clean appearance and ease of use; however, so-so image quality limits the NEC's appeal.
Though CRTs are moving toward obsolescence, the NEC MultiSync FE992 offers good performance and a lot of screen real estate for a low price.
Though the NEC MultiSync LCD2180WGLED features new LED backlight technology, we're unconvinced it's worth $6,700. Most professional users will be better served by other, less expensive LCDs.
This reasonably priced jumbo CRT performs well, but it's hard to adjust and lacking in pizzazz.