While the pricing may not make sense to non-Europeans the performance results from this monitor round up from Hardware.Info will make sense no matter what currency you use to buy monitors. 17 monitors from 7 different companies are reviewed and compared in this round up, covering everything from response time to colour to power consumption. Read on to find out not only the specifications of each monitor but also how they compare to the competition.
"Speed isn't everything of course. A monitor still needs to have decent colour rendering and be reasonably priced. The BenQ XL2420T is far from cheap, but you can adjust the height, rotate it, and it comes with many connectors and an integrated USB hub. In terms of response times, it scores the best. It has a 120 Hz refresh rate, and the other test results are also very good."
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