Dell 24-inch (P2419H) IPS Monitor for $160.
Priced the same as its 22-inch brother, and normally sells for $200 to $250.
For productivity use in a home office, we recommend the Dell P series monitors.
The text clarity is better than "gaming" monitors, helping reduce eyestrain when using the computer all day.
The thin profile looks nice on a desk, using the included stand or a monitor arm like this one.
Unlike other 24" monitors that support 4K, the Dell P-series maxes out at 1920x1080 (1080p) display.
It is also not a gaming monitor, as its 5ms response time and 60Hz refresh rate could product some ghosting effects when playing 3D action games.
- 32" Monitor for $129
An unknown brand 32-inch monitor with 1920x1080 resolution, HDMI & VGA input, and 60Hz refresh rate.
The $129 price makes this a great value for a 32" monitor (most cost above $200), but the clarity and colors may not be as sharp as pricier monitors.
- Lenovo 28" 4K Monitor for $250
Lenovo 28-inch (L28u-30) 4K IPS Monitor for $250.
Normally $300 to $350.
The specs are very good, with 3840x2160 (4K) resolution, 178 degree viewing angle, 4-6ms response time, 60Hz refresh rate, 1000:1 contrast ratio, one HDMI and one DisplayPort input, and VESA (100x100mm) mount capable.
Most other 28" monitors with similar specs sell for over $300.