The latest HDTV monitors connect with your computer, but since they include a digital TV antenna and support for digital devices, you can also connect them to your cable/satellite box, Blu-ray player, or game console. There's no reason to choose between a multifunction computer monitor and a high-end HDTV—new displays give you both.
Most of us spend hours in front of monitors every day. That means we need LCD HDTV monitors designed to deliver an exquisite computer interface, with superbly sharp text and graphics. But that's just for starters. When you're ready to take a break from work, the best new monitors—with built-in HD 1920 x 1080p digital HDTV tuners—let you watch TV and HDTV, play high-definition games, and enjoy Blu-ray movies.
An HDTV monitor is perfect as a stand-alone TV in a guest room, kitchen, or children’s room. It’s also ideal for small rooms such as a home office or a dorm room. The latest models, available soon, even offer “picture-in-picture,” meaning you can watch the game in one corner of the screen while working (or updating your fantasy football team) online.
Go ahead. Upgrade your office décor. Some monitor-TV combos look just as good turned off as they do fully powered. For instance, Samsung's latest monitor cabinets feature a stunning "Touch of Color" rose-black gradation with a glass-like finish, and a crystal-clear acrylic stand that adds style and sophistication.
So don’t settle for second-rate. Get the full PC-plus-TV experience in a single dynamic package.