PC Advisor reviews the best 5 LCD monitors with a diagonal size between 19in and 24in, on sale in the UK today. Updated, 31 October, 2012
- Reviewed on: 1 September 2011
If you're into photography, video or graphic arts, then the 23in ViewSonic VP2365-LED will provide a huge improvement over a TN-based display at a very reasonable price. However, multimedia fans might bemoan the lack of speakers or HDMI connectivity.
Read our ViewSonic VP2365-LED review.
- Reviewed on: 8 February 2012
The Philips Brilliance 241P4QPYES is 24in display that offers brilliant quality at a budget price. Read our review to find out more.
Read our Philips Brilliance 241P4QPYES review.
- Reviewed on: 21 December 2010
The NEC MultiSync EA232WMi certainly isn't as cheap as budget TN panels. But from its depth of colour and versatility of image, down to the functional design and the wealth of features and tools, this is an excellent screen for professionals and up-market home users. Avid gamers, though, might want to try before they buy.
Read our NEC MultiSync EA232WMi review.
- Reviewed on: 9 February 2012
The ViewSonic VP2765-LED's image quality isn’t bad for a professional-grade monitor, but there are better and cheaper options available.
Read our ViewSonic VP2765-LED review.
- Reviewed on: 30 May 2012
The Philips 248X3LFHSB/00 is a good-looking monitor rendered all the more interesting by its blue illuminated Lightframe bezel. Designed to reduce eye-fatigue and stress, we found this feature actually works as described, making the display very relaxing to use. However, at £220, the price is considerably higher than that of the average 24in display – especially when you can find superior performance IPS displays for less than £150.
Read our Philips 248X3LFHSB/00 review.