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Best 22" to 24" monitor! HELP

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Hi I am looking to mount on my wall dual monitors. I find my self jumping from monitor to monitor. I am looking for a fairly simple monitor with the following specs:

1. Has at least 1 HDMI port
2. 21.5" to 24"
3. LED backlit
4. 1920x1080 and 16:9
5. Very thin bezel or no physical border
5. VESA compatible (or just able to somehow be mounted on the wall)
6.preferably 7ms or less and IPS if possible

MY PRICE RANGE IS UP TO $200 per monitor

I am really hoping to incorporate all of these things above. It seems like its a lot but I have found many with just 1 spec missing. For example the HP 22xi would be the most ideal choice but it is not VESA compatible. Lastly I am looking to mount them directly on the wall without using any arm mounts or desks.

Any suggestions at all?

Thanks!
post #2 of 7
well it;s not going to be cheap. PCpartpicker has a few of those as options on it's search function though. You could at least narrow your search. Tgose monitors are kind of small for super thing bezel though. Perhaps consider larger monitors.
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post #3 of 7
The Asus MX239H would be the best option but is a bit over your budget. If you can stretch your budget a bit this would be the best monitor for you to meet your criteria.
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The Asus MX239H would be the best option but is a bit over your budget. If you can stretch your budget a bit this would be the best monitor for you to meet your criteria.

Honeslty I love this screen and have found many like it but it does not state that it is VESA compatible. I need to mount two of these side by side on a wall. Kinda going for a look like this: http://i.imgur.com/fZVn7.jpg

Any ideas on which mount to use or how to get this look?
post #5 of 7
I'm looking for a monitor pretty similar to what you are looking for as well.

Right now I'm looking at this ASUS VN248H-P for $139:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236335

I'm trying to find some reviews for it. So far it looks pretty good. Maybe some people here could weigh in.
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The ASUS VN248H-P is a great monitor and at a great price right now.
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The ASUS VN248H-P is a great monitor and at a great price right now.

Welp, you convinced me. I'll be ordering one today most likely. Just wanted someone else's opinion on it since the price almost seems too good to be true.
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