test two What do you get as well as the panel?
The model from ASUS is pretty bare bones, which is a kick in the teeth considering it’s the second most expensive display here. You get some fairly weak speakers, but no USB hub, a handy feature we think you should expect these days. What’s more, while two HDMI and one DisplayPort inputs would probably suffice for most folks, other displays here boast more, as well as more flexible, input options. The only model with fewer is the Dell, but it makes up for it with a memory card slot in the side and plenty of USB ports, plus it’s the only one here with a higher-quality IPS panel.
The Dell is the odd one out sizewise, though, and it doesn’t have any speakers. However, Lenovo scores highly. Like the AOC and Philips models, its speakers are okay, and it has one high-power USB port for charging, say, an iPad. What’s more, it acts like a KVM, allowing you to connect a mouse and keyboard to it, plus two computers, and then toggle between which computer you control.