What monitors do you recommend for use with the BizonBOX?

Here are some of the monitors that would work well with the BizonBOX. If you are using a different monitor than the ones listed below don't worry.  This is for customers who might be looking to upgrade their monitor at the same time they purchase a new BizonBOX.  

This page doesn't list all of the monitors possible.  If you have a monitor in mind or just some questions about what monitors go best with the BizonBOX, don't hesitate to contact us and we can make a recommendation.

Any monitor with DisplayPort, DVI or HDMI input can be used with the BizonBOX.

 

FullHD and 2K:

27'' Dell U2715H

Resolution: 2560 x 1440
This monitor uses IPS panel and LED backlight. It has accurate color when working with photos and large viewing angles, height adjustment, and rotation.
 

24'' Dell U2415

Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (FullHD)
This monitor has accurate color when working with photos and large viewing angles.  Height adjustment, turn & the thin frame around the screen allows you to use two of the monitors together seamlessly, which is useful for video editing.

 

4K:

23.8" Dell P2415Q

This monitor uses AH-IPS matrix and LED backlight.  Unlike the matrix TN, it prevents distortion and has better color reproduction.  It has accurate color when working with photos and large viewing angles.  Height adjustment and rotation.  

 

32'' Dell UP3216Q

The monitor uses IGZO matrix and LED backlight.  It has accurate color when working with photos and large viewing angles.  Height adjustment and rotation.  

 

UltraWide:

LG 34UM68-P (21:9)

This monitor uses an IPS matrix and WLED backlight. It has accurate colors when working with photos and large viewing angles.

 

LG 34UM88-P (21:9)

This monitor uses an IPS panel and LED backlight. It has accurate color when working with photos and large viewing angles. 

 

DELL U2913WM (21:9)

This monitor uses AH-IPS matrix and WLED backlight. It has accurate color when working with photos and large viewing angles, regulation height, and rotation.

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