I'm looking for a new 27-30" monitor and I'd welcome your advice and recommendation. I spend most of my time (8-16 hours a day) in front of a monitor so I'd like to go with one that is real easy on eyes when reading (and typing) lots of text. I made my own research and what I've got so far is:
- to avoid both glossy and anti-glare screens and go with regular matte ones,
- VA will probably be the best choice, IPS can have blurry text,
- higher refresh rate is better.
I don't need it for games, video, graphic design or anything else, so response times, precise colors etc. don't matter. Just office work that includes lots and lots of reading.
Also, as long as it has VESA, it doesn't matter how well it's adjustable.
I prefer monitors that allow to go really low with brigthness, although of course that can mean something different for everyone and I don't know whether it's possible to find this in technical details. If I'm not mistaken, the cd/m2 value is about the maximum brightness and doesn't tell much about the minimum (unless of course the higher the maximum, the higher the minimum).
Could you please recommend models that cause the least possible eye strain when reading text? Feel free to recommend more models as it's possible not all of them will be sold in my country.
These are most of the VA panels which I could choose from (all model names link to their technical specs):Acer V276HLbmdpAcer V275HLAbidAOC m2752VhAOC e2752VAOC m2752PquBenQ EW2730BenQ GW2750HEBenQ GW2750HMBenQ GW2760HMBenQ GW2760HSiiyama ProLite XB2780HSULG Flatron M2933DPhilips 273E3QHSBPhilips Brilliance 271P4QPJKEBSamsung S27C750PS
Thank you very much in advance.