Best Monitors for Video Conferencing 2021 [Reviews]

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In a Rush? Here are 3 best monitors for video conferencing our team reviewed. We evaluated all monitors based on their resolution, build quality, price, and features, so you can make a more confident purchasing decision.

Best Overall

Samsung QB55R – Monitor for Video Conferencing

Best Value

Dell P2418HZm 24″ Monitor

Best Budget

LENOVO ThinkVision T24V-10 Full HD (1080P) Monitor – 23.8”

With the growth in video conferencing over the past couple of years, a large number of meetings have been shifted online, helping companies save on travel expenses, while also enabling businesses to remain more agile. 

At the core of this evolving technology is the computer monitor. The right monitors will have a large impact on you, and your teams’ ability to work and properly communicate with each other. As a result, selecting a monitor with the correct features and price point matter, regardless of whether you are bulk buying for the office or picking up a single monitor for a remote employee.

To help you in making this decision, our team has put together a series of reviews below on some of the leading monitors for video conferencing available on the market.  

The 10 Best Monitors for Video Conferencing

1. Samsung QB55R – Monitor for Video Conferencing


  • Great for wall mounting 
  • Clean cable management
  • Integrated media player with the ability to display digital signage
  • Bluetooth and built-in wifi
  • 4k Ultra HD with crystal color
  • Compatible with Cisco WebEx room kit


  • Larger than a standard monitor
  • No display stand included


If you are looking for the best monitor for video conferencing than the Samsung QB55R is it. From the 4k Ultra HD display with a billion shades of colour and 350-nit brightness to the built-in wifi, Bluetooth and media player this monitor comes packed with industry-leading features.

While this may come at an additional cost Samsung more than makes up for it with its System-on-Chip (SOC) technology, which also adds features like the SMART Signage Platform 6.0, as well as Cisco WebEx Room Kit compatibility.

When you consider the Cisco integration gives you access to a range of video collaboration tools and functions this monitor truly becomes a workhorse. 

Overall, if you need a dependable commercial-grade monitor your business (or you) can depend on than the QB55R could be worth it.

2. Dell P2418HZm 24″ Monitor


  • 6 millisecond response time, display
  • Wall mountable
  • Built-in camera shutter
  • Full HD Display with 2MP HD camera
  • Ideal for desktops


  • Smaller screen size
  • Lack of 5k/ Ultra HD


The Dell P2418HZm 24″ is a mid-tier business monitor designed with video conferencing in mind. 

Featuring a built-in 2MP HD camera and noise-cancelling microphone, a 1080 full HD display, and a 178/178 viewing angle you can use this as a single monitor set-up or easily connect other monitors for additional screen space. 

The monitor can be wall-mounted via an industry-standard VESA mount, and you have access to a range of ports including HDMI, VGA, and a USB 3.0 hub.

When paired with the small features like the additional manual shutter to cover your camera lens and the 5W front-facing speakers, the monitor makes a great option for it’s the price point.

3. Lenovo ThinkVision T24V-10 Full HD (1080P) Monitor – 23.8”


  • 1080p Full HD (FHD) experience
  • Dual-array microphone and stereo speakers
  • Designed with VoIP and video conferencing in mind
  • Built-in monitor stand
  • Range of ports including HDMI and VGA


  • Monitor stand could have more adjustability
  • Slightly heavy


A monitor for those who are looking for a simple and durable display for their desk, the Lenovo T24V-10 Full HD 23.8” display features a dual array microphone, stereo speakers, built-in monitor stand, and a range of port options. 

Lenovo designed this monitor with video conferencing in mind including an integrated Full HD camera, with the ability to connect to Windows Hello for the dedicated business users.

This makes it one of the few monitors in this list with third-party connections, a good thing to consider if you are thinking about integrating your display with additional software/ video conferencing solutions.

In addition to the features, the monitor is also well built, coming with a heavy and durable stand that you can adjust to your desired preferences. A good option for those who need something that could be durable and dependable.

4. HP EliteDisplay E273m 27-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor


  • Built-in camera with a manual lens shutter
  • Large 27-inch display
  • Good image quality with 1080p HD display
  • Designed with communication in mind


  • Display quality could be better


Take your business communication seriously with a monitor that does to. The HP EliteDislay E273m, is a high powered monitor, designed with communication in mind. 

Coming out of the box with a built-in HD webcam and speakers, a 1080p HD display  (1920 x 1080), a 5ms response time, and a large 27” screen this monitor is great for business users who need a dependable display that can fit on their desktop.

These features are paired with an adjustable stand that allows you to position the monitor to your preferences, and a 60hz refresh rate to ensure all videos are crisp and play through properly. 

While there may be better options from a display quality standpoint when compared to options such as the 4k Ultra HD monitors in this list, this monitor still stands out for its usability and affordability making it a good option to consider if you will be primary focused on business functions vs graphic design and editing.

5. LG 29WN600-W 29″ 21:9 UltraWide Monitor 


  • Screen splitting functionality
  • 29-Inch Ultrawide Full HD 21:9 display
  • Includes AMD Radeon FreeSync technology
  • 7W speakers with MAXXAUDIO experience
  • On-screen controls 
  • sRGB 99% Picture Mode for graphic designers and photographers


  • Large screen size may not fit on some desks
  • Does not include webcam


With the advent of large curved monitors within the gaming community over the past couple of years, it was clear curved style monitors would begin leaking their way into the business world and the LG 29WN600-W 29″ 21:9 UltraWide Monitor is a good example of that.

Built with tons of advanced features and software meant for gaming including AMD’s Radeon FreeSync, 7W MAXXAUDIO speakers, 5ms response rate + 75hz refresh rate, and sRGB 99% picture mode the LG monitor makes a great first ultrawide display. 

Its screen provides crisp, clear colours that allow you to watch videos, work on presentations or do design work knowing the display colours are a true representation of their colour on the spectrum. 

In addition, it’s on-screen options for further adjustability are simple and user friendly.

6. HP Business Class HC270CR 27″ Monitor


  • Features VGA, HDMI, USB-C ports
  • Built-in 720p webcam
  • RFID reader included
  • Anti-glare screen
  • Adjustable monitor stand included
  • Designed with work like telemedicine in mind


  • Designed for business use
  • Low-quality webcam
  • The monitor stand could be taller


An interesting monitor in this list, the HP Business Class HC270CR is designed with Telemedicine in mind, including built-in features such as an RFID reader for secure login, 720p webcam for client calls, and an anti-glare screen to make long days on the job easier.

The monitor also comes with an adjustable stand, DICOM Part 14-compliant screen, and the ability to set up single-sign-on authentication via a range of health care platforms including HealthCast and Caradigm. 

While unique, there are many use cases for the features the HP monitor brings, and it will also make a great video conferencing display for users seeking a video focused solution that prioritizes security.

Easily get set up with this display via HDMI or VGA and extend functionality with DisplayPort, USB-C, and more.

7. ASUS Designo MX27UC 27” Monitor 4K UHD


  • 4k Ultra HD 27” monitor with 178-degree viewing angle
  • Designed to reduce eye strain
  • Included blue-light filter
  • Dual 3W speakers
  • 3-year system warranty


  • Anti-glare screen can reduce colour quality


A 4k Ultra HD 27” monitor with wide viewing angles and a blue-light filter make the ASUS Designo MX27UC a good option for those who are facing days of video calls and meetings.

The blue-filter helps reduce eye strain while you work and the monitors 4k video support enable you to view the highest quality video. 

Additionally, the display includes dual 3W speakers and an adjustable stand giving you, even more, features for your money. 

This is a premium monitor for the freelancer or remote worker who demands the best from their tools and ASUS EyeCare Technology, quality speakers, and great hardware finish shouldn’t let down. 

8. ASUS VK278Q 27″ Monitor


  • Integrated 2MP webcam
  • Full HD 1080p, 27” LED monitor
  • AI light function automatically adjusts display brightness
  • 2ms response time provides fast video play and streaming
  • 3-year system warranty from ASUS


  • Larger screen bezels
  • Lower definition webcam


A full HD 1080p back-lit LED monitor, the ASUS VK278Q is a great display for those who are on a budget but don’t want to necessarily sacrifice quality.

Well suited for video conferencing, the ASUS monitor includes a 2ms response time, AI light function, a built-in 2MP webcam, dual 3W speakers, and a great warranty from the manufacturer.

The 2ms response time, when paired with the 1:1 dynamic contrast ratio provides a clear, realistic image quality, and fast video play,  making video streaming enjoyable. 

Ultimately, if you need a monitor that can get the job done, and is well suited to the demands of video, this monitor comes in at a good price point for most businesses

9. HP VH240a 23.8-inch Full HD 1080p IPS LED Monitor


  • Simple, 23.8” 1080p HD display
  • Affordable
  • 1920 x 1080p – 60hz
  • Vesa mounting system
  • VGA, HDMI, and USB-c connectivity
  • Ergonomic viewing angles


  • Smaller screen size


A dependable, back-lit LED anti-glare monitor, the HP VH240a is a great choice for those who want a well-received product that includes a ton of features like a Vesa mount, 5ms response rate, built-in speakers, thin frame around the screen, and ergonomic viewing angles.

This monitor can be used in portrait or landscape mode and the stand can be tilted forward or backward to give you more adjustability for optimal viewing. 

Furthermore, the screen includes over 2 million pixels for crystal clear visuals – amazing quality considering the monitor’s price point.

10.  Sceptre Curved 27″ 75Hz LED Monitor (C275W-1920RN)


  • Blue-light shift mode to help with sleeping
  • Large 27” curved display
  • Small display bezels
  • 1080p screen resolution
  • A broad range of port options including headphone jacks and VGA


  • Monitor stand lacks adjustment
  • Not mountable


An affordable curved monitor that doesn’t sacrifice on build-quality, the Sceptre Curved 27” Monitor is a great option for those who are on a budget but want the latest technology for their business.

With a large curved 1920 x 1080 display, 1080p screen resolution, blue light shift mode for less eye fatigue, 75hz refresh rate, and a range of ports this monitor comes feature-packed while remaining attainable for any budget. 

The monitor also includes a stand that can be easily tilted back and forth to fir your preferences. If you’ve been looking to try a curved monitor, want something you can rely on and don’t want to spend too much, this could be the right choice for you.

Buyers Guide: How to Select a Monitor for Video Conferencing

To help you make the best decision when selecting your new monitor for video conferencing our team has put together a brief guide covering some of the key features and points you should consider. 

Dual Monitors

Many users nowadays want to make use of dual monitor set-ups. If you are one of these individuals then you will want to determine whether the monitors you are currently reviewing are compatible with this style of set-up. That includes having VGA or HDMI connections, as well as dual display capabilities, luckily the bulk of the monitors we reviewed should be ready to connect to another.

Mounting and Stands

Depending on your use case you will want to ensure your monitor either has a solid, adjustable stand that can sit ontop a desktop or a Vesa mount so you can easily attach it to an arm or wall mount.

Not all stands are made equal, you will want to ensure your monitor stand has both height and back and forth adjustability, as well as weight in it’s base. 

Screen Resolution

When reviewing monitors screen resolution is an important factor, most lower end to mid-tier monitors will include a 1080p HD display, while more expensive options will include 4k (and in some case even higher).

The higher the resolution the better quality of the video and playback, which makes the video experiences significantly better overall. Though the trade-off is that the better resolution costs more. Something to consider if you are truly looking for the best monitor for video conferencing.

Display Type

Choosing the right display type can be extremely important if you will be doing a lot of graphic design, or video editing on this monitor. The two main display types include LED and LCD. It’s often found that LED based monitors have a much broader colour range while LCD tend to be brighter.

Size of Room

If you are considering a dedicated video conferencing solution for an office or meeting room and want to install a monitor on a wall than you will need to factor in the size of the room when selecting your monitor size.

This will ensure you strike a balance and get the appropriately sized display for proper viewing compatibility. 


Last but not least you will want to think about your budget and what you and your business can afford. If you need additional hardware beyond a monitor for video conferencing consider that as well when thinking about your budget.

We ultimately suggest going with the best quality you can afford though as the benefits usually outweigh the cons.


Having reviewed and broken down all the leading monitors for video conferencing and providing a guide on features to look out for you should be well on your way to making a choice.

If you still have additional questions make sure to check out the articles below or leave our team a note in the comments section and we will make sure to get back to you!

Looking to learn more about monitors and video conferencing? Check out these articles:

  • 10 Benefits of Video Conferencing
  • 5 Basic Requirements for Video Conferencing
Ryan Watkins

Ryan Watkins

Ryan is the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Rise SMB. He began this site as a way to help small business owners better understand the financial services, loans, and software available to them.

He has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Toronto and has served in various management & executive roles within the financial services industry, including most recently as the Head of Growth for leading Canadian Business Lenders, Loop & Lending Loop.

Much of Ryan's work has focused on providing accessible capital and credit building services to Canadian small business owners and entrepreneurs. In his spare time, Ryan loves bouldering, backpacking and drinking inordinate amounts of coffee.

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