Finally! Affordable IPS monitors are starting to come onto the market. Well, mostly affordable. Sort of. I guess it depends on just what your idea of affordable is, but you can’t deny that they’re at least getting cheaper than they have been in the past.
Two monitors were introduced, with two very different price points. The 23-inch V2365wb, seen on the left, and the 26-inch V2655wb, seen on the right. The V2365 comes in with a 1920×1080 resolution while it’s big brother pushes in at 1920×1200.
Both offer four USB ports, 178 degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, pivot, height, tilt and swivel. Of course, we mentioned earlier that the big difference between the two displays was their price, and it’s a doozy. The 23-inch 16:9 screen will retail for $399, while the 26-inch 16:10 monitor will go for $1299. Expensive, yes, but that also nets you a 118% color gamut, and the pair are still pretty competitive when compared to the alternatives.