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22-Inch LCDs: More Screen for Less Green

At a Glance

This superb monitor is excellent for many graphics tasks, which may justify its slightly higher price.

Pros

  • Top-notch graphics
  • Unique rounded design

Cons

  • Tilt-only adjustment
  • Somewhat overpriced for a basic model
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At a Glance

Competitive price and strong graphics quality lift this otherwise dull-looking monitor's score.

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Pros

  • Good cable management
  • Thin panel

Cons

  • Dull and cheap-looking design
  • Tilt-only adjustment
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At a Glance

This extremely thin-looking monitor is a no-frills performer for the minimalist--and budget-conscious--office.

Pros

  • Budget price
  • Thin appearance

Cons

  • Weak speakers
  • Tilt-only physical adjustment
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At a Glance

This 22-inch display is thoughtfully designed and its reproductions of graphics and text documents are easy on the eyes.

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Pros

  • Fully swiveling base
  • Height adjustment

Cons

  • Wire bolt to lock monitor stand
  • So-so speakers
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At a Glance

This 22-inch LCD offers several extras, including pivot adjustment, and an attractive design.

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Pros

  • Pivoting panel
  • Attractive design

Cons

  • Weak speakers
  • Relatively large footprint
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