Basic Monitors

You want a basic monitor for your normal home use. Basic monitors are affordable, easy to use and have good image quality. They are good companion for your home desktop.

Samsung C27F398 Review

Curved monitors are the latest trend in desktop computing, and while some offer minimal benefits at most, Samsung’s latest C27F398 offers incremental value for the buck. In doing so, it packs a high-performance VA panel, a tighter 1,800mm radius ...

Sceptre E248W-19203R 24 Review

Designed for everyday tasks like web surfing, reading mail and watching online videos, the Sceptre E248W-19203R is a sleek-looking 24-inch monitor that uses Twisted-Nematic (TN) panel technology to deliver a sharp FHD picture with wide viewing ...

HP VH240a Review

The business monitors in HP’s Work line have been providing stellar performance and ergonomic comfort to office users for many years, and this year’s additions continues the trend. The HP VH240a is a monitor designed for users who spend equal ...

Acer SB220Q bi Review

If you’re struggling with excessive screen tearing and motion artifacts while playing games and watching your favorite movie, it may be time you invested in a better gaming monitor that supports anti-tearing technology. The Acer Predator XB271HK ...

Sceptre E248W-1920R Review

The Sceptre E248W-1920R is an affordable 24-inch Full HD (1,920-by-1,080) monitor designed for users who spend equal amounts of time working and playing casual games on a desktop PC. It uses a Twisted-Nematic (TN) panel, which isn’t as bright as ...

Sceptre E205W-1600 Review

When we reviewed the Sceptre E165W-1600HC monitor back in 2017, we were impressed by its reasonable pricing and solid color output, but the 720p picture and grayscale performance left a lot to be desired. With the new E205W-1600 V1, Sceptre have ...

BenQ EW277HDR 27-inch Monitor Review

The BenQ EW277HDR is not only a member of BenQ’s range of affordable big-screen monitors, but also one that brings new features into the desktop monitors category. This 27-inch monitor uses Vertical Alignment (VA) panel technology to bring High ...

Samsung LU28E570DS/ZA Review

The Samsung U28E590D  is one of those big-screen (28-inch) Ultra-High Definition monitor that can be had affordably, and like the ASUS MG28UQ and ViewSonic XG2700-4K, it delivers a sharp, clearly-detailed 4K image. At PC Verge, we’ve tested a ...

Sceptre E165W-1600HC Monitor Review

It’s been months since Sceptre released a follow-up to its popular Sceptre E225W E225W-1920 ultra-slim monitor, but the newest entrant, the Sceptre E165W-1600HC, is well worth the wait. Sporting a 16-inch screen, the E165W-1600HC offers more ...

Dell UltraSharp U2414H Review

Earlier this earlier, Dell released a slew of curved monitors to counter Samsung’s models that are based on Vertical Alignment (VA) panel technology. Still, Dell’s minimalist monitors, though lack the curve-feature, sport the same good looks and ...

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