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Large computer monitor reviews


We test 12 large computer monitors in the CHOICE labs including models from Apple, HP, LG, Samsung and Dell.

Last updated: 14th July 2014

When you're in the market for a new computer monitor, remember one thing: bigger is almost always better. A 27-inch or 29-inch monitor offers a large area for work or play, which can improve productivity, reduce visual fatigue and enhance creature comforts such as watching movies.

But settling on a suitable screen isn't all that simple. With so many options available, making the move to a massive monitor can quickly drive you mad, unless you know what you're looking for and, more importantly, what works with your computer. Our test of 12 mega-monitors, ranging in price from $320 to $1200, can help you find your dream screen.

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We tested 12 products against 38 criteria - these are the top criteria according to our experts.

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