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How To Decide Which Are The Best LED Computer Monitors

Updated on July 1, 2015

Deciding What You Need and Want

The most difficult part of finding an LED computer monitor is deciding what you really need. Most of us realize that choosing and and LED is enviromentally responsible since it requires less energy to run. They are not only efficient but they are safe when it comes time to recycle they contain not toxic component like other and are safe for the environment.

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The design is much slimmer than the conventional ones so it will take less space in your workspace. This mean that a larger screen size will occupy less space. This is great for people who work in small areas. To determine which one is best for you is dependent upon the type of work you will be doing. If you plan to use it for photo editing a larger screen is probably best. However work processing and other types of work might make a small version more practical.

Other things to consider are the connection options whether it can be connected DVI or VHG. Another consideration is adjustability brightness and color temperature as well as energy saving options. The tilt, pivot, and height, since these features offer comfort for your viewing. The last consideration is screen size which is a personal preference.

Choosing the Best

ASUS VS228H-P 21.5" Full HD 1920x1080 HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor
ASUS VS228H-P 21.5" Full HD 1920x1080 HDMI DVI VGA Back-lit LED Monitor

Slim Form Factor - Brand new Slim and Elegant design; Built-in Power Adapter; VESA Mountable

Corporate Stable Model ensuring 1 year stable supply and advanced swap

EPEAT Gold Certified

Versatile viewing positions with Smart View Technology

Excellent Visual - LED Backlit with 50,000,000:1 ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio; Full 1080P with HDMI

Corporate Stable Model ensuring 1 year stable supply and advanced swap,Response Time: 5ms (Gray-to-Gray)

 

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Having a high quality monitor can make all the difference in the world. Surfing the net, playing games or just using the word processor will come alive. I have been using one for a long time, but recently used an old-fashioned one at the library. What an experience!

You may find that the monitor you are using in causing you eye fatigue. If you choose a new non-glare screen you will find your problems are solved. It doesn't stop there.

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