The Dell IN1910N is an economy monitor that sacrifices too much in performance and features for its low price.
Samsung SyncMaster 953BW
The 19-inch Samsung SyncMaster 953BW performs well and has a low price; however, its competitors one-up it on both counts.
The Gateway HD1900 monitor has great performance, but is lacking in features.
Lenovo ThinkVision L1940p flat panel display
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 Westinghouse L1916HW has a superlow price and good performance in games, movies, and office tasks.
Samsung SyncMaster 940UX
While its ability to connect to your PC via USB makes the Samsung SyncMaster 940UX a convenient second monitor, LG has a cheaper and larger DisplayLink model that also boasts better overall performance.
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We wouldn't pay more than $200 or so for any 19-inch LCD, but if you need a smaller screen and can find Acer's p191w for that price, we'd recommend it. It's a basic display with no speakers or HDCP-support, but its image quality and sleek design make up for any lacking secondary features.
The ViewSonic VP930b is incredibly adjustable and includes great business-oriented software, but its steep price warrants much better performance.
Philips Brilliance 190P6
Aside from a few small image-quality flaws, the Philips Brilliance 190P6 has everything you need for business and some pleasure, too.
Samsung SyncMaster 930B
Neither flashy nor flexible, the Samsung SyncMaster 930B LCD fulfills basic productivity needs; still, better-performing monitors are available for the same price.