If you’ve been wanting to buy one of the new iMacs in a screen size larger than 24”, you’re currently out of luck. Apple has just announced newer 24” iMac with an updated M2 chip.
But if you’re still pining for a new Mac with a larger screen, Apple’s solution is the Mac mini with the M2 chip or the Mac Studio.
These devices are complete computers, but they need a monitor, mouse and keyboard to make them functional. Selecting a monitor could be the most important decision to add to your system.
There are plenty 1080p monitors available under $200. However, if you require one with better resolution, check out the variety of 4K or 5K monitors. These range from $300 up to $1600 for Apple’s 5K Studio Display. But for most serious users, plan spending $450 to $600. One monitor to consider is the Dell UltraSharp U2723QE, a 27” 4K display.
Dell UltraSharp U2723QE monitor is aimed at professionals or those with a demanding need for better resolution. It comes with a calibration factory report to assure optimal color rendition.