We review a lot of TVs here at CNET, but the list below represents only the best.
The 1GHz, 17-inch iMac offers solid performance and snazzy looks, but the price is wandering out of consumer range.
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.
Even if you don't care that ViewSonic's VG2030wm lacks HD DVD or Blu-ray support, we can't give this LCD monitor a strong recommendation simply because there are too many better, more capable displays on the market for the same price. Its image quality is fine, but that's not enough.
The Viewsonic VX2235wm isn't the best performer and it's not packed with extras, but it's worth a look, thanks to its size and relatively low price.
The ViewSonic VG2427wm has a good assortment of ergonomic options and great performance, but its asking price is just a bit too high to recommend.
The VG700b's affordable price and solid support package will appeal to the SOHO market, but its image quality lags.
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.
The Eizo FlexScan L997 is a high-end LCD that delivers excellent performance and all the adjustability a graphics pro could want.
This LCD is great for Power Mac G4 owners and publishing professionals, but consumers can save several hundred dollars on the older 17-inch Apple Studio Display.
The touch display has a 10-point multitouch LED screen and a 1,920x1,080-pixel HD resolution IPS display.