Best LED monitors

We round up some of the top LED monitors on the market from brands like ViewSonic, BenQ and Samsung.

Whether it is for simple office tasks or to connect to your high-definition gaming console, an LED monitor provides plenty of benefits over regular LCD monitors.

An LED monitor is basically an LCD screen with LED backlighting — like their television counterparts, LED monitors consume less power than standard LCD monitors and are generally slimmer and more attractive.

We've rounded up some of the best LED monitors on the market that we've reviewed, including monitors from well-known brands like ViewSonic, BenQ and Samsung.

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Viewsonic VX2250wm

For everyday tasks the ViewSonic VX2250wm LED monitor provides good image quality at a fairly low cost.

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  • 19th Aug., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Viewsonic
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  • Pros:
  • Attractive design, good image quality, intuitive on-screen display, decent value
  • Cons:
  • No HDMI port, limited stand adjustability, poor vertical viewing angles

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