Originally Posted by Zero4549
Anyway, Dell has some good UltraSharps that are 23 inches I believe. They aren't as good for gaming as the Korean panels, but they aren't bad and have excellent colors. They're pretty expensive though, and some people don't like the aggressive AG coating they use, but it is really the only option I can suggest for your situation.
There's the older U2312HM (eIPS, LED backlight), U2311H (eIPS, CCFL backlight), etc. models, but if you're going Dell, you may as well get the newer Professional series model, the P2314H, which uses an AH-IPS panel and has direct current brightness control (well, for some people it's easier on the eyes than PWM control). The newer stuff has a more moderate antiglare.
Technically for "great resolution" one could use a laptop panel that's over 1080p, with some effort. Dell UP2414Q is 4k, but that's 24" and too large.
There are plenty of others selling sub-$200 IPS monitors in that range, some of which have VESA mounts like everything mentioned above do. However, some also have worse motion responsiveness or other less desirable traits; as long as the sample you get is fine, P2314H should be pretty decent overall. I mean, it's still relatively cheap and only 6 bits + AFRC and so on, but it should be reasonable. Something similar from LG themselves, Asus, AOC, HP, Acer, etc. is not necessarily going to be better.
If price is not a factor, Eizo FS2333, EV2336 might be a little nicer. Actually, HP Z22i is similar to but maybe a little better out of box on average than P2214H, if you're going the 21.5" route at 1080p.Edited by mikeaj - 4/6/14 at 7:15pm