The Dell U3223QE uses LG’s IPS Black tech to deliver a top-notch, professional-level, 31.5-inch, 4K display with a built-in USB-C hub.
Monitors - Reviews
At this price, you expect to make some compromises. Acer does a good job of hitting the features that matter most in the K242HYL.
The Asus ProArt PA279CV targets content creators with accurate image quality and expansive connectivity - and it hits the mark.
Dell’s P2723QE is a solid home office monitor for those with a USB-C laptop, but skimps on the extras.
Asus’s TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A monitor delivers crystal-clear 4K and plenty of ports (including HDMI 2.1) but whiffs on HDR.
Gamers, don’t hesitate. The Alienware AW3423DW's quantum dot OLED panel is a dark, brooding beast you’ll want to tame.
As a production display, the Studio Display is an affordable alternative to the Pro Display XDR.
Do you need excellent image quality or 4K and USB-C at an affordable price? The answer will determine if the Dell S2722QC is the right monitor for you.
Plug in a USB 3 adapter to an HDMI monitor output and install a driver, and you suddenly have an extra display beyond system specs.
OWC Thunderbolt 3 mini Dock review: Affordable dock offers connectivity for two 4K external displays
The Other World Computing Thunderbolt 3 mini Dock packs in multi-display support in a compact package.
Sabrent's HB-SIMC port extender marries with the look and feel of the iMac while making USB and card slot access far easier
If you’re lucky enough to already know for sure whether the AirTab can meet your needs and don’t mind a dash of amateurish hardware design, there’s a faustian bargain to be had here.
There aren’t many monitors that catch my eye nowadays but Samsung’s new Space Monitor range is the exception to the rule.
If you’re serious enough that the form-over-function approach of the XL2546 has you intrigued, it might well be the right tool for the job.
As far as gaming monitors go, the CHG90 is a pretty expensive one - and it’s by no means the whole package.
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The strength of the Aruba Instant On AP11D is that the design and feature set support the modern, flexible, and mobile way of working.
Aruba backs the AP11D up with a two-year warranty and 24/7 phone support.
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