Best HDMI monitors

Get the most out of your HD games console with the latest LCD monitors that have an HDMI connection

LCD monitors have long been a staple of the office environment. However, the latest range of LCD monitors often include an HDMI port, allowing them to connect to a wide range of high-definition devices including Blu-ray players, DVD players and the latest high-definition gaming consoles such as Sony's PlayStation 3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360.

We've rounded up the best LCD monitors with HDMI including models from Samsung, Dell, HP, ASUS, and BenQ.

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BenQ Australia V2420H

BenQ's super-thin V2420H LED monitor has lower power consumption and higher contrast levels than a regular CCFL-backlit LCD monitor. Combined with its sleek and stylish design, it is a well-rounded product. Picture quality is merely good rather than great. However, if style is important to you the BenQ V2420H delivers it in spades.

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  • 24th May, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • BenQ Australia
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  • Pros:
  • Super-thin and exceedingly stylish, low energy consumption
  • Cons:
  • Dynamic contrast is imperfect, poor static black levels, slight green colour bias in default settings
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