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The monitors listed below represent our favorites of the ones we've reviewed.
The Samsung LD220G works as a companion monitor, but there are better models out there if you're looking for a standalone 22-inch display.
Thanks to its incredible viewing angle, high resolution, and stellar overall picture quality, Samsung's 30-inch SyncMaster 305T gets an assured recommendation.
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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.
This nicely priced 17-inch LCD from a reputable manufacturer is a good choice for home use, but for gamers and businesspeople, its image quality and adjustability leave a lot to be desired.
The Envision EN7600 won't break any molds, but it performs reasonably well, and it's inexpensive.
A run-of-the-mill but very adjustable LCD with snap-on accessory cups and photo clips that should appeal to admin assistants and the inveterately sentimental.
The Samsung LND550's mix of features, style and picture quality stands tall among the tough entry-level LCD TV crowd.