After years of absence, LG's IT division has announced that it's once again bringing its well-regarded monitors to Singapore. Be it ultra-wide, 4K, or 1080p, there's something for everyone. Let's take a look.
There are lots of great monitors out there right now. Whether you are looking for one to game or one for entertainment. Here are our top picks from the IT Show 2016.
The Blade 2 239C4QB is a 23-inch IPS monitor from Philips and seeks to provide the color fidelity associated with IPS technology to the masses at an affordable price point. It also comes with a host of OSD presets that make the panel suitable for a range of varied usage scenarios.
With a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, the 23-inch 237E3QPH IPS monitor incorporates a PowerSensor feature designed to save power, has a VGA port and dual HDMI inputs. Read on to find out if this white LED-backlit monitor is worth your money.
The AOC i2353Ph 53-X series monitor comes equipped with a 23-inch screen size, an ultra high contrast ratio of 50,000,000:1 (DCR), and several power saving features. We test it out to see if it can deliver for its asking price.
Does a low price equate to sub-par performance, even when the device in question is an IPS monitor? Here's our assessment of the ASUS VS239H-P, a 23-inch, full HD, LED-backlit IPS monitor with an HDMI input and a 5ms gray-to-gray response time. And the best part is, it costs 'just' S$269.