Computer Monitor Recommendations
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Hello All.

I think I need to upgrade my monitor for the ongoing work-from-home world in which I currently find myself. I have some specific criteria to satisfy, but really do not have a way to go look at monitors in any useful way these days....

I currently have an HP 2310M, which is still working. I do not game, don;t watch movies on it, but do Youtube, along with work stuff, word, order entry system, email, and web browsing. I am older, and wear no-line bifocals, so I am looking for something a little bigger, but sharper for text clarity etc... Not afraid to spend a bit of $$, but not sure where the sweet-spot is, price-wise.

I can fit up to about a 27" screen. I use the graphics integrated on my Z170-A, 32G, i5 Asus mobo, running Wind10.

I've been told to stick with Acer, Asus, LG, Samsung, and Dell, but am not wedded to those brands....

Help!!
 
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Bestbuy has an HP 27F 27" computer monitor on sale for $140
Costco has a LG 27GL63T monitor for $180
Microcenter has an Asus 27" on sale for $150.
These max out at 1920X1080 resolution, very decent for the price.
At around $300 you can get 2560X1440, slightly clear text.
At around $350+ you can get 3840X2160, your getting 4K resolution.
 
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