Acer Nitro VG220Q
Variable refresh rate support at up to 75 hertz and an impressively low response time make the Acer Nitro VG220Q a good choice for low-budget gaming, although its lack of DisplayPort means its AMD FreeSync technology isn’t cross-compatible with old Nvidia graphics cards.
- 2-watt stereo speakers
- Dual hdmi inputs
- Somewhat bulky design
Able to display up to 75 frames per second with AMD FreeSync support , the LG MK430H provides a smooth experience for almost any task. An anti-glare screen and simulated 8-bit color depth make for a quality image in most lighting conditions.
- Black stabilizing game mode
- Minimal input lag
- Relatively wide bezel
When it comes to value and reliability, it’s hard to beat the Philips E9QDSB , thanks in part to an industry-leading 4-year warranty that allows for quick advance replacement. Its screen measures just over 21 inches and its blue light filter can help minimize eye fatigue.
- Relatively slim body
- Rear-mounted audio output
- No displayport connectivity
The straightforward and dependable ViewSonic VS2210 is one of the smallest options from a well-known, budget-oriented manufacturer. It’s a cost-effective and worthwhile solution for business use where color accuracy isn’t terribly important.
- Doesn't wash out at an angle
- Backed by a three-year warranty
- Not compatible with vesa mounts
Sporting IPS technology with an ultra-slim bezel, the BenQ GW2283 is a good-looking option suitable for a range of home and business uses. The adaptive brightness feature detects ambient light and adjusts the screen’s output automatically to reduce eye strain.
- 1080p resolution
- Built-in cable management
- Highly affordable
Planar Helium PCT2235
One of the few touchscreen models available at this size, the Planar Helium PCT2235 features 10-point capacitive technology that can add functionality to the right workplace. Although not the newest release, it still holds up to when compared to more modern options.
- Highly adjustable stand
- Plug-and-play windows installation
- 2-day advance replacement policy
At just a hair under a quarter-inch thick, the Acer SB220Q is about as slim as they come. As a relatively recent release, it promises reliability as well as helpful features such as AMD FreeSync and a 75-hertz refresh rate.
- 4-millisecond gray-to-gray time
- Hdmi and vga inputs
- Reasonable price
Though you may not have heard of the Viotek GFV22CB , it’s one of the highest-performing options in its class, with a 144-hertz panel that’s compatible with both major adaptive refresh rate standards when using the DisplayPort input.
- 1920 x 1080p resolution
- Stereo output jack
- 3-year warranty
Like most of the company’s offerings, the Dell P2219H promises a consistently reliable experience and looks good in ways that numbers don’t always capture. Both flicker-free and blue light reduction technology help promote eye health during long stretches of use.
- Relatively small footprint
- Can be rotated 90 degrees
- Hdmi and displayport inputs
Offering above-average image quality and a refresh rate of 75 hertz at a reasonable price, the Samsung SR350 is a good choice for everyday use cases including budget-friendly gaming. Its IPS panel delivers a 5-millisecond pixel response as well as a wide viewing angle.
- Ultra-slim bezel
- 75-millimeter vesa mounting pattern
- Flicker-free backlight