For both home and office desktop computing, many people prefer a 24” 1080p IPS monitor. The 24-inch class is a great size for both work and play. The 1080p resolution ensures a Full HD experience, and an IPS panel delivers accurate colors while maintaining superior image quality from all viewing angles.

In terms of performance per dollar, few monitors offer more than the ASUS VS239H-P. This screen offers full 1920×1080 resolution and an IPS panel. It also has multiple connectivity options, including HDMI, DVI-D and VGA. It includes a stand but also features full support for a VESA wall mount. It supports a Kensington Security Lock as well and offers a 5-degree forward and 20-degree backward tilting angle.

A budget alternative to the ASUS is the i2367Fh by AOC. Like the ASUS, this is 24-inch-class monitor, and it features 1080p resolution, a 50M:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a 5ms response time. This monitor doesn’t have a DVI-D port, but it does have two each of HDMI and VGA ports. If you plan to connect two devices, then this is a nice option because it allows both to connect in the same format.

An intriguing third option is the VX2370SMH-LED by ViewSonic, which features an LED-LCD screen. One way that ViewSonic differentiates this monitor from the competition is with a mercury-free WLED backlight, which means among other things that it consumes 40-percent less power during operation.

For the user who wants to spare no expense in finding the perfect 24” 1080p IPS monitor for their needs, the VA2455sm by ViewSonic is a great option. This display has all the bells and whistles, including SuperClear Pro technology, True 8-bit ViewMode, Flicker-Free motion and more. It’s also a good performer energy-wise and has achieved both Energy Star and TSO certification.

If you need a monitor for your workstation or home computer, a 24” 1080p IPS display is an excellent option at a great price. These monitors are large enough for watching movies and manipulating multiple documents and small enough to be a great choice for multi-display setups.