The HP L1902 corporate monitor's well-organized controls--including an auto-adjust option--make it easy to tweak the screen to your liking. The attractive matte silver unit and its black stand are not terribly adjustable, though; its only physical flexibility is the ability to tilt. On our display-quality tests--both text and graphics--the L1902 placed in the middle-to-lower ranks of the 19-inch displays we've seen lately, though it still earned scores of Very good. On the bright side, it is also the least expensive of the 19-inch models we've looked at lately, and one of the lightest, at 14.4 pounds. It also has a feature called asset control, which allows IT administrators to track units of this model on a corporate network.
Basic monitor has easy-to-use on-screen controls, but its physical adjustability is limited.