Computer Head offered some good ones, but never look at the Dynamic Contrast ratio, because I always have that off. It annoys me, that if I'm watching a film for example, and the screen is always switching from grey's/blacks/whites, then you'll constantly see the screens backlight brightening up/lowering, etc and its very noticable to me, and isn't instant at all.
The 1080p resolution is good though, and it offers HDMI.
Seems like a good option.
Thats the list of monitors giving 22 inches at £100-£200, and at a 5 star rating
The only 1080p monitor Computer Head suggested, has actually got some good reviews from customers:
And on Trusted Reviews:
Trusted Reviews does state this though:
"Then there's the 'but' and as is so often the case with TN-panel based monitors the source is mediocre viewing angles, making it unsuitable for digital artists and photographers. To get the most out of ViewSonic's latest, you have to view it from a pretty narrow angle, otherwise contrast shift creeps in and spoils those impressive black levels."
But for such a cheap monitor offering the highest resolution available for HD films, its not bad at all in my opinion.