Best computer monitors in Singapore
Whether you’re working, gaming or binge-watching all 236 episodes of Friends at home this Circuit Breaker, it’s high time to upgrade your display. There’s no need to squint at your tiny laptop screen anymore with these 7 best computer monitors in Singapore that will take your productivity – and procrastination – to the next level.
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1. Xiaomi Mi Display – best for students and those on a tight budget
The modern design of the Xiaomi Mi Display makes it ideal for your minimalist desk set-up
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Xiaomi is known for its sleek gadgets that give you a bang for your buck, and the Xiaomi Mi Display is no different. At $159, you can get a screen with high contrast and great viewing angles.
You might be able to find cheaper options out there, but the modern design of the Mi Display with slim bezels make it a sleek and practical addition to your desk – especially for multi-monitor set-ups. Low blue light and flicker-free modes are a nice touch for those glued to their screens for long hours.
2. Prism+ W240 – budget option for casual gamers
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For just a little more money, the Prism+ W240 goes the extra mile for gamers. A high 75Hz refresh rate goes beyond the standard 60Hz to ensure blur-free gameplay, while a quick 5 millisecond response time means there’s minimal lag between your clicks and on-screen action.
Colour performance is good with 100% Adobe sRGB coverage, which makes it an ideal choice for those getting started with new skills like image and video editing this CB. It also sports a reduced blue light mode to help relieve eye strain during your gaming marathons. Best of all, Prism+ is a Singapore-based company – a great way to #supportlocal this COVID-19 pandemic!
3. LG 32MA70HY-P – best for big-screen addicts
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At 32 inches, the beastly LG 32MA70HY-P borders on being a TV – and might be a great choice if you want your monitor to double up as a big screen after hours.
With 70% more on-screen space than a standard 24-inch monitor, you can use Screen Split 2.0 to portion off your various apps. After a busy day of emails, reports and Zoom meetings, simply angle the 32-inch screen toward your couch for a well-deserved Netflix binge.
4. Asus ZenScreen Portable Monitor – super portable for workers on the move
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While many of us might be enjoying this opportunity to work from home, some thrive on the slight bustle of public spaces to stimulate our creativity and productivity.
Working on-the-go at cafes and libraries often doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the luxury of having multiple screens. In a slim package, the Asus MB16AT portable monitor lets you expand your digital workspace by simply connecting it with your phone, tablet or laptop via USB-C cable.
The ZenScreen comes in various models, including a 240Hz 17.3-inch portable gaming display, and a touch-sensitive option.
Price: From $211
5. BenQ EL2870U – best for Netflix binges with 4K HDR display
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4K monitors don’t come cheap, but once you’ve laid your eyes on the crisp, ultra-clear visuals, you can never go back. As one of the cheapest 28-inch 4K monitors on the market, the BenQ EL2870U gives you close to four times the detail of the other regular 1080p monitors on this list.
We all know how frustrating it can be when viewing dark scenes on a regular monitor, but HDR10 on the EL2870U will help you see clearly even in the shadows. Built-in speakers are a handy addition for sharing audio while binging with a partner on the large 28-inch screen.
6. Asus VG245H – best for comfortable gaming for long stretches
With raise/lower, tilt/pan and rotation adjustments, the Asus VG245H is the most ergonomic choice for gamers on this list.
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While you might find reasonable specs even on budget monitors, ergonomics are often sacrificed at these competitive prices. The Asus VG245H allows for a full range of adjustability to keep you in the right posture throughout your gaming marathons or WFH sprees.
You can raise, lower, tilt upward and downward, pan sideways, or even rotate the monitor to fit long documents or endless spreadsheets. For additional comfort, there’s Asus Eyecare and a low blue light mode to keep a handle on the eye strain too.
7. Prism+ X300 – ultra-wide option for serious multitaskers
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If you work as hard as you play, the Prism+ X300 gives you a large, curved widescreen that accommodates work-related apps as well as it does top gaming titles.
The ultrawide 21:9 aspect ratio of the X300 could even stand-in for a dual monitor set-up by allowing you to spread your essential apps across your expansive workspace. The curve of the screen helps you focus by occupying more of your vision while keeping all your tasks the same distance from your eyes to relieve strain.
Best computer monitors in Singapore
From display resolution, refresh rates and response times, buying a new display on a budget can be quite the headache. With these best computer monitors in Singapore, you can rest assured that you’ve got the perfect screen for your needs – whether it’s for work, play or a healthy mix of both.
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The products have been ranked in terms of features and price from sources and reviews online.