TVs are no longer just a source of news and entertainment but have also replaced monitors in many homes for playing games, designing or coding. Many people are now investing in Smart TVs that can be used as a monitor as well, because it saves on space and saves money too. But with so many options in the market, it is easy to get confused. To make your research easier, here’s a list of some TVs that have the desired resolution and viewing angles to act as an efficient monitor.
The Sony Bravia is an Android TV that boasts of a 4K Ultra HD display (resolution of 3840x2160) and a refresh rate of 50Hz. When it comes to connectivity, it is equipped with three HDMI ports and two USB ports. The Super Resolution with 4K X Reality Pro, motionflow and triluminos display should aid in reproducing clear images while the ClearAudio+ technology helps in providing good audio. Moreover, the narrow bezel along with the slim blade stand give it a minimal look and help you focus on what’s on the screen, which makes it ideal for working professionals. Last but not the least, the X-Protection PRO is claimed to protect the television from dust, voltage fluctuations and lightning strikes of up to 9000 volts.
Samsung is a well-known brand in terms of home appliances due to its quality products and great customer service. This 43-inch LED TV has a 4K Ultra HD screen (3840x2160 pixel resolution) and a refresh rate of 60Hz. The Quantum HDR should enable you to enjoy vibrant images while the dual-LED backlighting technology allows you to adjust the colour tone as per your needs. It is compatible with voice assistants like Alexa so that you can control it with just your voice. It has three HDMI and two USB ports to ensure connectivity with the set-top box, hard drives and other accessories. You can also view shows and your phone screen simultaneously using the Multi-View function. Dolby Digital Plus should offer adaptive sound and an output of 20 Watts to ensure high-quality audio.
The 4K Ultra HD display (3840x2160) with a refresh rate of 50Hz, ultra-bright LED panel, powerful wireless sound at 35 Watts with Dolby Digital Plus and DTS support, and inbuilt Alexa and Google Assistant make it a great candidate to be used as a monitor when you want to code or design on a bigger screen for long hours. It also has inbuilt Wi-Fi and supports Apple Airplay 2, so you can multi-task and stay connected without any difficulty. This Smart TV can be connected to your set-top and other peripherals using the three HDMI ports and the two USB ports provided. Last but not the least, it also has a Magic Motion remote which allows you to control the TV from any direction so you don’t have to be in front of the device to switch channels or change the volume.
This LED TV boasts of a 43-inch UHD screen (3840x2160) which should deliver good visual details as it’s equipped with the Crystal Processor 4K technology that’s claimed to offer a high contrast ratio, and rich colour tones! You can view your phone’s data on the TV screen with a simple tap and even use it as a PC with cloud-connectivity when you don’t feel like straining your eyes on those small laptop displays. For connectivity, Samsung has provided three HDMI ports and two USB ports so you don’t have to worry about setting up a full-fledged entertainment system. Last but not the least, Live Cast allows you to share and broadcast your favourite moments with others, and that too wirelessly.