The Dell SE2717H is an affordable 27-inch full HD IPS monitor going for $229. It has a brightness rating of 300cd/m2, a 6ms response time, and plays nice with HDMI and VGA sources.
The new Dell S2319H is a 23-inch full HD monitor that supports VGA and HDMI video inputs. It also has very thin bezels. Going for just $189, which is lower than what we saw last week at CEE, and comes with a 3-year advanced exchange warranty.
The 27-inch UltraSharp U2717D “InfinityEdge” monitor sports a QHD (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) resolution and is equipped with DisplayPort/mini-DisplayPort and HDMI (MHL) inputs. $709 and it’s yours.
Lenovo’s Legion Y25f–10 is a 24.5-inch full HD gaming monitor supports HDMI and DisplayPort, offers a 320cd/m2 brightness, and comes with a 3-year advanced exchange warranty. Going for $399 at the show.
This L24i–10 is a slim and stylish 23.8-inch monitor going for just $199. A 1080p monitor, it comes with HDMI 1.4 and VGA inputs.
The Prism+ W270 is a 27-inch QHD monitor that’s also able to cover 100% of the sRGB color space. The panel has a 60Hz refresh rate, and the monitor supports HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort connectivity. Going for just $375, down from the regular $499.
The X315 Pro is a 31.5-inch curved monitor that supports a 144Hz refresh rate, just like the non-Pro X315. The main difference is that the X315 Pro has a QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440) whereas the regular X315 is a 1080p monitor. Price-wise, they’re going for $599 and $429 respectively.
The Samsung C24F390 is a 23.5-inch full HD curved monitor with a 4ms refresh rate, 250cd/m2 brightness, and support for HDMI and VGA inputs. Going for $188 here. If you need something bigger, there’s a 27-inch version going for $268.
The C34H890 is a 34-inch curved business monitor with a 3,440 x 1,440-pixel resolution. Other features include a 4ms response time, support for AMD FreeSync, and HDMI, DisplayPort and USB-C connectivity. Going for $958 (U.P: $1,088).
Need to compare multiple documents side by side? This C49HG90 is a super-wide 49-inch monitor with a 3,840 x 1,080-pixel resolution. A “QLED” monitor, it uses quantum dot technology for rich colors, has a refresh rate of 144Hz, and comes with a height-adjustable stand. Going for $1,588 at this show.