If you are looking for high-end features without having to pay a premium price, then Dell Ultrasharp U2415 is right choice for you. With the features like borderless viewing for multi monitor set up and 16.10 aspect ratio for vertical setup, it sure is going to be programmers’ next favorite thing.
Programmers can also use their preferred layout since, it is fully VESA compatible. It has fully adjusted features like tilt, swivel, height adjusts including unidirectional 90 degree pivoting for comfort coding and programming.
Armed with FHD (1920 x 1080) resolution, this 24-inch monitor comes factory calibrated right out of the box. For connectivity, it harbors 2x HDMI ports, a DisplayPort, a mini DisplayPort and 5x USB 3.0 ports.
When we are talking about the monitor, no recommendation will be good enough without referring monitor from ASUS. ASUS PB278Q is 27-inch screen monitor with the resolution of WQHD (2560 x 1440).
Programmers can use its large real state to open and split many applications without having to compromise with picture clarity and quality
Its Flicker free for less eye strain technology will sure boost your production capacity. Its ergonomic adjustment enables pivot, height, swivel and tilt while its VESA compatibility opens the door of many layouts including wall mounting.
It is loaded with HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D and VGA (D-Sub) for connectivity.
If you really have a budget and your sense of style is 4K then, this is the best bounce for the ounce. With its Ultra HD 4K 3840 x 2160 resolution, you can expect this monitor to show outstanding clarity
It has over 8 million pixels, which equals up to 4 times more detail than any FHD resolution.
Packed with many programmers’ friendly features like the fully customizable viewing angle, 16:9 aspect ratio and 178-degree viewing angle, it can’t go wrong.
It comes equipped with DisplayPort 1.2 that can support 4K at 60Hz. Also, you will find HDMI ports, mini DisplayPort, 5 USB 3.0 and speaker line out.
If you don’t have a space for multiple monitors or don’t want to clutter your workspace with wires, then look no further than LG 34UM88C-P 34-Inch.
Its 21: 9 aspect ration in its 34 inch QHD display offers needed space for screen split. It covers 100 percent of sRGB color that covers more than enough color reproduction desired by any programmers.
With the FreeSync and game mode features, it is well suited for gaming enthusiastic programmers. Available in two different variations one with thunderbolt and one without, its thunderbolt model is one of the best external monitors for the Mac.
If you are programming a student who is on a tight budget, then this is the monitor for you. Priced ridiculously low under $200, it covers all the bells and whistle that any programming software has to offer.
It is good enough to display all the details in its 24-inch FHD (1920 x1080) widescreen display. With the support for VGA, DVI & HDMI inputs, you can connect it to any external devices without any hassle.
Its 178 degree viewing angle offer you enhanced visibility while its zero frame design provides you borderless experience when adding 2 or more monitors. Its -5 to 15-degree adjustable stand offers that ergonomic tilt needed by programmers.