Your best bet is to head to the usual Best Buy with a tape measure to look at 32inch and smaller models. Then check inputs.
These are usually 720p which is good for this size for TV/video work and under 200 bucks around here.
But for PC use I'd want 1080p. All my current PCs have HDMI output so maybe the http://www.tclusa.com/currentmodels/32d2700/ ? but it pushes the width at 28.98 inches.
OK, that pushes us to look at smaller models.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_p_n_feature_keywords_0?fst=as%3Aoff&rh=n%3A172282%2Cn%3A!493964%2Cn%3A1266092011%2Cn%3A172659%2Cp_n_size_browse-bin%3A1232879011%2Cp_n_feature_nine_browse-bin%3A10650190011%2Cp_n_feature_keywords_three_browse-bin%3A7688789011&bbn=172659&ie=UTF8&qid=1445538876&rnid=7688787011 finds only 2 sub 32 inch 1080p models.
Only one was a brand I've seen and then...
http://www.vizio.com/e24c1.html has HDMI, VGA, RF (tuner) and appears to be at Walmart and other outlets.
Note: Edited by moderator to correct typo.
In my home office I have my PC with monitor on the desk and a couple of feet away I have a 26 inch TV with ALL the inputs, RF, HDMI, RGB/PC , component and base band. I have that size of TV because it sits inside a cupboard and I can only use a 28.5 wide TV cabinet, along with cable box, stereo receiver DVD player recorder and some other toys and can close the 2 cupboard doors for esthetic reasons.
My Toshiba LCD just died and need to find another similar size BUT with all the same inputs as before. I am finding with the big-box stores that few manufacturers install RF ports on TVs anymore. What about those of us that use OTA systems and PC inputs? I tend to double what's on my monitor to the TV as well, Just switch to PC input
I'm not fussy on what brand because most brand names are all good
28.5 inches wide and all the inputs is my criteria.
If anyone here can recommend and brand and more specifically a model number I can do my own search for a retailer.
(What? No RF inputs? what's this world coming to? Holy Moly)