It's not the most feature-packed monitor you can get for the money, but the Dell UltraSharp 27 (U2717D) is a fine general-purpose display.
An excellent inexpensive monitor for everyday use, the UltraSharp 24 (U2417H) doesn't offer a lot of bells and whistles but it delivers everything you need in a general-purpose display.
The advance model monitor is designed for color-critical work with a 2,560x1,600-pixel resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio.
The DreamColor Z32x is aimed at artists and creative types who demand accurate colors.
G-Sync and a big, curvy displays spells big bucks.
The wide-gamut, high-resolution version of Dell's popular monitor isn't the first to be announced, but it sounds pretty good if you care about color quality.
While performance is excellent, the Apple LED Cinema Display's one connection option paints it into a small corner that is welcoming only to newer MacBook owners.
As a desktop display and USB extender, the 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display works wonderfully; however, for $1,000, there are better monitors that offer more options, including PC and Mac compatibility.
The 24-inch U2413 monitor, a smaller version of the 27-inch U2713, is bound to impress those looking for both performance and features.
The 29-inch monitor features a panoramic 21:9 aspect ratio for $699.
The company also adds some useful features for streamlining a color-critical workflow.
The 43-inch Dell P4317Q can let you use four different computers (or game consoles, or cable boxes) at the same time.