The size monitor you should choose is largely a matter of personal preference, but monitors from 20 inches to 24 inches should satisfy most users. Today's budget monitors almost always have a resolution of 1920x1080, which is perfect for watching Blu-ray movies. Faster response times are better, as you'll be less likely to see any ghosting or motion lag effects on the display. If you want to watch Blu-ray movies on the monitor or connect it to a game console, opt for a display with an HDMI port. Otherwise, a DVI-D input will work fine. Budget IPS displays deliver excellent color performance and wide viewing angles, but TN displays have faster response times.
|Screen Size||Resolution||Response Time||Ports||Display Type|
|Dell UltraSharp U2312HM estimated price $190||23 inches||1920 x 1080||8ms||DVI, VGA, DisplayPort, USB x 4||IPS|
|AOC i2367fh estimated price $160||23 inches||1920 x 1080||5ms||HDMI x 2, VGA||IPS|
|BenQ GW2450 estimated price $170||24 inches||1920 x 1080||4ms||DVI, VGA||VA|
|Acer G246HL estimated price $140||24 inches||1920 x 1080||5ms||DVI, VGA||TN|
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