I’d like to post an ASUS VS228H review because I have used this monitor for about eight years and it’s still one of the best cheap 1080p monitors on the market.
For the asking price, it’s hard to not fully recommend this monitor. If you’re looking for an entry-level HD monitor that has a 60Hz refresh rate and a decent response time for gaming then this is the perfect starting point.
Down the road it’s also a great choice as a second monitor to use whenever you decide to upgrade to higher refresh rates and/or resolution.
This monitor’s maximum resolution is 1920 x 1080. 1080p is the standard resolution for high definition quality and the VS228H LED model has a higher picture quality than most other monitors out there that are similar.
It’s time to review the HP Pavilion 22CWA monitor to see if it’d be a suitable choice for PC gaming. There is more to a monitor than what its max resolution is!
Many other factors such as the pixel response, refresh rate and what not must also be known and understood before diving straight into the first good deal that you lay your eyes on. Just because it’s a 1080p screen for around $100 doesn’t mean that it’s a good one.
I’d like to post an Acer H236HL review because it is one of the most popular monitors on the market right now and many want to know if it’s enough for gaming.
I think many people are more so attracted to this monitor because of it not only being at the gorgeous 1080p resolution but also for the overall look and how well it seems to sit on the base that was developed with it.
A similar monitor by ASUS that I wrote a review about had only one very minor issue with it and that was that the screen can easily shake left and right with a nudge on a desk. You’re not going to see that with the sturdy base of this Acer monitor.