Lower-cost VX family, too.
At last, a 22in monitor that doesn't have a TN panel! We have a look at Eizo's FlexScan S2242W 22-inch widescreen TFT, which features a PVA panel with a 1,920 x 1,200 native resolution. Is this the monitor we've been looking for? Read on to find out.
Spending less than £200 for a monitor is usually a false economy as it's the component you spend more time interacting with than any other. Stretching your budget a little further can make for a sound investment. We take a look at HP's LP2475w which uses the latest H-IPS panel technlogy.
The HDMI Licensing group has unveiled the new features to come with the next-generation revision of the High Definition Multimedia Interface specification.
ViewSonic brings its VPC100 all-in-one PC to the UK, and also reveals that it has plans to introduce kits that will turn any old monitor into a basic nettop PC.
Monitor manufacturers are starting to listen to customers - we want some much-needed choice in the 22-inch market. The HP LP2275W is another 22-incher equipped with Samsung's latest S-PVA panel technology - is this the monitor we've dearly been waiting for?
We've been looking for the perfect 22-inch monitor for quite some time now, but we haven't had much luck so far. Today we look at NEC's MultiSync P221W, which features a brand new 22-inch S-PVA panel with a 10-bit look-up table - could these ingredients make this the perfect 22-incher?
Full HD monitors are becoming increasingly commonplace these days in both 22in and 24in panel sizes. We've been impressed by the 22in models we've seen so far, but we haven't looked at a 24-incher until today. Read on to find out how BenQ's E2400HD shapes up.
Dell has joined the ever-increasing number of monitor manufacturers selling 22-inch full HD monitors. We have a look at the S2209W, which is priced ideally for gamers and discerning home users on a budget.
Our first Full HD 16:9 widescreen monitor has hit the labs. The Iiyama ProLite E2208HDS is a 22-inch display with a 1,920 x 1,080 native resolution, which means it has an ultra-tight pixel pitch. Does it do enough to win us over? Read on to find out...
Viewsonic unveiled the first inexpensive LED-backlit display at CES earlier this year and it's now made it into the channel. We have a look at the VLED221wm 22-inch widescreen monitor to find out if LED-backlighting can deliver great image quality at an affordable price point.
BenQ looks to target gamers with its X2200W 22 inch widescreen monitor. It packs DVI, HDMI and VGA inputs with one of the best TN+Film panels we've seen to date. It also comes with a selection of image enhancing extras designed to bridge the gap to better panel technology.
ViewSonic has attacked the 20" and 22" monitor market from a different angle with its VX1940w 19-inch widescreen monitor. It sports the same 1,680 x 1,050 resolution, but has a tighter pixel pitch thanks to the smaller diagonal. Will this pull the masses away from bigger screens?
ViewSonic makes a beeline for the 24" widescreen LCD market with the VX2435wm. Can it compete with the established kings, Samsung, Dell and BenQ?
Looking for a 22" widescreen with a little bit of flair? This one from Viewsonic looks good, but can it deliver the image quality required for the price tag? We fire up Quake to find out.