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Dell UltraSharp 27 U2717D

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.

Samsung CF791

Big, bright and reasonably accurate, the 34-inch curved Samsung CF791 is a bit expensive for a FreeSync monitor but offers a generous feature set and solid performance for the money if you're a Radeon gamer.

Samsung C49HG90

The flagship of its new curved QLED game displays can replace two side-by-side 27-inchers, and the three models are the first to support AMD FreeSync 2.

LG Flatron M228WD

The M228WD is the height of convenience. It comes with both analogue and digital TV tuners, and works very well in PC mode. Image quality isn't so hot in TV mode, but it offers great value for money and is more convenient than installing a separate TV tuner

LG W2353V

The LG W2353V's decent array of inputs, excellent styling and good pictures mean this monitor represents great value for money. The Forte Manager software is a useful bonus, making the display easy to set up and use

Samsung SyncMaster T240HD

With tons of connection options, great performance, and useful features like an HDTV tuner, the Samsung SyncMaster T240HD display is an excellent bargain.

LG Flatron L1960TR

The Black Jewel's super-high contrast ratio and fast response time make it one of the best monitors for movies and games. It also looks great, but it's let down by its lack of widescreen and a slight loss of detail in near-white tones

HP W2007v

The HP W2007v is the ideal monitor for anyone on a budget. It's sorely lacking any interesting or useful features, but if you can live without the extra frills, it'll make a great companion to your PC

LG Flatron L226WTQ

There's little to find fault in with this monitor. The contrast is truly outstanding for a PC screen, the colour reproduction is excellent and it's very good value for money

BenQ G2220HD

For those on a tight budget, the BenQ G2220HD will prove a great 1080p monitor, costing no more than you'd pay for a conventional 16:10-format monitor with a lower resolution. An HDMI port and speakers are sadly lacking, but the monitor's colour reproduction is very good

Toshiba FF1 preview

The Toshiba FF1 is one of a new breed of projectors that produces its image using LEDs (light-emitting diodes) instead of a conventional lamp, meaning it can run off a rechargeable battery and it doesn't produce much heat. But one of the coolest things about it is that it can display JPEG images directly from a USB memory stick

Dell UltraSharp 24 U2417H

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.

Acer Predator XB2 XB272

If you just need it for high-frame-rate gaming, the Acer Predator XB272 is a great option. But otherwise it's a bit lackluster for the money as a general-purpose monitor.

Editors' Choice

Dell U2713HM

The Dell UltraSharp U2713HM is an excellent monitor that will satisfy both the performance snob and the features diva alike.

Samsung T27A950

The Samsung T27A950 is a hybrid PC monitor and 3D LED TV with catwalk looks. While the telly component has the upper hand, there's much to recommend it to casual 3D gamers, whether using PC or a console. It's a fast, sharp and reassuringly exclusive multi-purpose screen.

Dell Ultrasharp 38 U3818DW

It does have a few perks that similar monitors don't.

Lenovo ThinkVision X24 2018

The company updates its meat-and-potatoes business monitor with a more sensible layout.

Lenovo ThinkVision P32u

Monitors to hook up to your MacBook are becoming more common, but daisy-chain support is just trickling out now.