Best Cheap Monitors

Best Cheap Monitors – In this price range, expect screens that are less than 30 inches and have 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution, but not higher. Some of the budget monitors we looked at use IPS display technology, but the majority use the older TN panels, which often suffer from narrower viewing angles and less accurate color. You’ll also give up conveniences like built-in USB connections, faster refresh rates and height-adjustable stands.

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1.Dell Ultrasharp

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2.Acer R240HY bidx

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3.Philips 288E2E

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4.Monoprice

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5.VIOTEK LinQ

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WRAP UP

Best Cheap Monitors – There’s a wide variety of affordable monitors, and our top picks all offer at least a Full HD picture to ensure clarity for your work or games. The big perk is that most also deliver much more screen real estate than a laptop display to spread out multiple windows without shrinking text to illegible levels.

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