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The AOC 27B1H is a good choice for multi-monitor setups and costs about $120 on Amazon.

Anyone looking to build a killer multi-monitor setup to work from home should get over to Amazon right now. For $120, you can get an excellent 27-inch AOC 1080p monitor with a three-sided “frameless” design from the online retailer. This reasonably priced display won’t break the bank if you want to go hardcore with your home office. If the size of the monitor is too big for your workstation, here’s a cheaper 21.5-inch display for about $100.

Multi Monitor Setup Frameless Display

The “frameless” design of AOC’s display is its defining characteristic, which means the bezels on the monitor’s two sides and top are incredibly tiny. Because high bezels generate significant visible “gaps” between monitors, it’s suitable for a multi-monitor setup with two or three screens on a desk. The AOC monitors aren’t nearly as “frameless” as other designs we’ve seen, but they should function well for business rather than gaming.

Aside from the “frameless” style, these monitors have a 27-inch display with 1080p resolution, HDMI 1.4 and VGA inputs, AOC’s FlickerFree technology, and a “Low Blue Mode” that reduces eye strain. They also use IPS panels, noted for their color fidelity and broad viewing angles. 

The only drawback is that the AOC monitor is not VESA wall mount compatible. Look elsewhere if you want to hang your monitors on the wall instead of putting them on your desk.

If the 27-inch display is too large, this sub-$100 HP 22-inch display is an excellent alternative for a multi-monitor setup at home. Unfortunately, it lacks a small bezel, but it is another 1080p IPS monitor at an affordable price.

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Bilal Shafqat

A PC Enthusiast, A Designer, Developer, Blogger, content writer and co founder of Seed pc, loves to write about Programming, Gadgets, Software, and Games in his spare time.

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