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Samsung T24B750

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Sometimes you simply don’t have the room for both a monitor and a TV. Samsung’s T24B750 handles both functions in a single futuristic-looking device with its off-centre stand holding the 24inch TN-based panel aloft like a flag. Screen quality isn’t as good as an IPS display, but this is much more than a standard monitor with a Freeview Tuner slapped on the back, the 24in T24B750 supports Samsung’s Web-connected app-driven Smart TV functions, a built-in wireless access point and wireless Full HD video from your laptop using WiDi. You can also watch video from your android phone with an MHL connection.

Samsung T24B750 monitor

Reg Rating 80%
Price £280
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ViewSonic VX2370Smh-LED

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ViewSonic’s VX2370Smh-LED is a striking 23in IPS monitor. Its frameless design lends it a distinctive minimalist appearance where the monitor itself seems to all but vanish, leaving the picture hovering as if somehow suspended in mid-air. It has an unexpected and very profound effect on concentrating the mind on the picture and is also great for multi-monitor setups. The display produced impressively accurate colour right out of the box, although a little backlight bleed was present in the lower left corner which was only really visible in a darkened room. It’s built in stereo speakers and multiple inputs make it a great all-round display at an excellent price. ®

ViewSonic VX2370Smh-LED monitor

Reg Rating 85%
Price £140
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