When it comes to computer monitors, the choice for users can often be really hard as you need to consider the ideal screen size, the type of panel that works for you, and most importantly, the amount you are ready to spend on this particular computer peripheral. Obviously, there are a large number of variables involved, so we've prepared this list of best monitors available in India keep general use in mind. After extensive research and our own reviews, we've managed to put together this list for 2018 which we continually refresh as and when there are new models available.
Gone are the days when ultra-wide monitors used to cost a bomb. The LG 25UM58 25-inch UltraWide Monitor comes with Full HD+ display with a screen resolution of 2560x1080 pixels. It has a response time 5ms and the LED backlit monitor comes with a rather slim profile. For ardent gamers, the response time might not be the strong point of the monitor but casual gamers will definitely appreciate the ultra-wide monitor’s large real estate while gaming. Due to the widescreen, watching movies will never be same again either.
The 21.5-inch full-HD IPS LED monitor from Dell offers a bezel-less display for an immersive experience while watching movies or playing games. While the monitor offers a rather lacklustre response time of 6ms, it does come with in-built speakers that are likely to sway away those users who don’t want the hassle of connecting external speakers to the monitor. The ultrathin bezels let you enjoy the stunning screen with less distraction.
The BenQ GW2760HS is a 27-inch monitor that comes with a full-HD VA panel and has a bezel-less design. Among other features, the monitor offers flicker-free backlight and low blue light for the protection of user’s eyes. It comes with an impressive 4ms response time and has built-in speakers. It comes with “Colour Shift-free Technology” and comes with a dedicated ‘Reading Mode’ for an optimised reading experience. While it does offer some seriously impressive features at a relatively low price, the design is rather generic and bland in comparison with other monitors in the mix
The HP 24w comes with a 23.8-inch full-HD anti-glare IPS panel with thin bezels on the top and sides. The monitor comes with a wide 178-degree viewing angle and in terms of connectivity, it offers one HDMI and a VGA input ports. The monitor comes with a dedicated ”Low Blue Light” mode that shifts the display’s colours to a warmer tone and make whites more natural in order to put less strain on your eyes.
While curved displays are not everybody’s cup of tea, thanks to Samsung, we have a curved display monitor option available in an affordable price range. The 27-inch Samsung Curved CF390 (LC27F390FHWXXL) monitor offers a 1800R curvature for an immersive viewing experience and AMD FreeSync and Game Mode, much to the delight of gamers. The monitor comes with a full-HD resolution and has a contrast ratio of 3000:1. While the curvature is rather subtle,the viewing angles are impacted and people who like to sit back and watch movies with their friends and family on their monitor might want to take this into consideration before taking the final call.
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