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  1. Asus ML249H review

    Asus ML249H review

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    A lean screen for your gaming machine. But is it worth the green?

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    Hanns.G HS233 review

    Hanns.G HS233 review

    8  

    Another weapon at your disposal in the 3D panel arms race

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    HannsG HL225 review

    HannsG HL225 review

    7  

    The HannsG HL225 offers superb value, but at what cost?

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    Hanns.G HL196 review

    Hanns.G HL196 review

    5  

    Is this slim-line monitor a worthy addition to a Mac setup?

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    LG W2363V review

    LG W2363V review

    7  

    A good value monitor but one with too many gimmicks to be considered great

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    Asus ML248H review

    Asus ML248H review

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    Asus add touch control buttons to its designer monitor range

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    Acer S243HLAbmii review

    Acer S243HLAbmii review

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    Acer have combined industrial style with difficult usability with this 24-inch monitor

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    BenQ XL2410 review

    BenQ XL2410 review

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    A superb LED monitor which does more than 3D gaming, but it will cost you for the privilege.

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    Iiyama ProLite E2472HD review

    Iiyama ProLite E2472HD review

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    Not long ago, a 24-inch full-HD monitor for £180 would have been a conspicuous bargain. The new Iiyama ProLite E2472HD hits both targets and adds an LED backlight for good measure.

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    Samsung B2330 HD review

    Samsung B2330 HD review

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    The Samsung B2330HD is the latest in an increasing market of TV/monitor combosm, aiming to combine the televisual excellence of the LCD TV with the convenience and clarity of a PC monitor.

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    Iiyama E2710HDS review

    Iiyama E2710HDS review

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    When it comes to sheer visual drama, there's no substitute for square inches – you need a really large display such as the Iiyama E2710HDS. What you do not need, however, is a banker's bonus to afford one. 27 inches of flat panel is now available for under £250.

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    Hanns.G HP222DJ0 review

    Hanns.G HP222DJ0 review

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    Is there a point at which a cut-price screen becomes a false economy? It's certainly tempting to think the Hanns.G HP222DJ0 is plenty cheap, but not particularly cheerful.

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    LG E2350V review

    LG E2350V review

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    A 23-inch monitor with a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 pixel grid for under £150? Impressive stuff. But that's not all. The brand spankers LG E2350V adds an LED backlight to what already seems like a bonkers bargain.

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    Samsung LD220Z Lapfit Touch review

    Samsung LD220Z Lapfit Touch review

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    Got a desktop-replacement laptop and fancy adding a second display in dual-monitor mode? Then the Samsung LD220Z Lapfit Touch is quite literally for you. It's a 22-inch Full HD screen specifically designed to work well with portable PCs. That's not all. As the name suggests, this monitor also has full multi-touch functionality. In fact, it doesn't even need special drivers. Simply connect via USB to any Windows 7 PC and the touch capabilities are enabled.

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    Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD review

    Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD review

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    PC monitor and HDTV technology have been converging in recent years. The new Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD takes that trend to its logic conclusion. Superficially, it's a pretty ordinary 24-inch PC monitor, albeit a snazzy-looking example with an LED backlight. But it also packs a digital TV tuner and IR remote.

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    Acer GD245HQ review

    Acer GD245HQ review

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    Whether it's gaming or movies, it seems the whole world is going mad for stereoscopic 3D. With that in mind, the 3D-capable Acer GD245HQ is probably the monitor of the moment.

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    BenQ V2410T review

    BenQ V2410T review

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    Spare a thought for the BenQ V2410T. Until recently, it was an extremely attractive 24-inch monitor. Not only does it sport a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 pixel grid, but also packs an LED backlight and a fully adjustable stand. Not bad for around £160. Problem is, BenQ has only gone and launched the even more desirable EW2420, taking the 24-inch plus LED recipe and adding glorious VA panel technology to the mix. Incredibly, the new EW2420 actually sells for a bit less than the V2410T.

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    Acer S273HL review

    Acer S273HL review

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    At nearly £400, the new 27-inch Acer S273HL looks rather lonely. It's much more expensive than budget-oriented 27-inch monitors such as Iiyama's E2710HDS. And yet it's significantly cheaper than Dell's high-end U2711 uber panel.

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    Hanns.G HZ281 review

    Hanns.G HZ281 review

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    In the battle of the big, budget-priced screens there can be only one. One winner, that is. But will it be this 28-inch Hanns.G HZ281 monitor or its nemesis, the 27-inch Iiyama E2710HDS?

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    BenQ EW2420 review

    BenQ EW2420 review

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    This is it, folks. The holy grail of LCD monitors. The Jesus H Christ of flat panels. A truly affordable large display powered by something other than a TN panel, in other words. We give you the new BenQ EW2420 24-incher, yours for a whisker over £150 and sporting a VA panel. Cue much rejoicing.

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    HP ZR30W review

    HP ZR30W review

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    Think about computing giant HP and we suspect images of corporate cubes leap to mind more readily than sexy screens. But there's no doubting the new HP ZR30W is an absolute stunner.

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    Samsung PX2370 review

    Samsung PX2370 review

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    In recent years, desktop monitors with cheap TN panels have been the bane of our computing lives. But what about desktop monitors with expensive TN panels? Enter the new Samsung PX2370. It's a paradox in a flat panel.

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    Dell Ultrasharp U2711 review

    Dell Ultrasharp U2711 review

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    Can PC monitors be too big? Speak to owners of uber 30-inch displays and you might be surprised by the answer. That's where the Dell Ultrasharp U2711 steps in.

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