Do you have a Macbook and are in need of a monitor, but don’t have any of the usual display ports? Thankfully, there are monitors out there that can help you. These monitors, instead of using a regular HDMI cable, use USB-C for a display cable. This means you’ll be able to use a monitor with any Apple computer that has a USB-C port, and many of them are going this route as of late.
Best Monitors for MacBook Pro
|ImgAmazon.com Link||Brand||ProductAmazon.com Link||Price on Amazon.com|
|HP||HP ENVY 27 inch 4k UHD||439.99|
|Acer||Acer H277HU 27 inch||399.99|
|BenQ||BenQ 27 inch||329|
|LG||LG 34UM69G 34 inch||304|
|AOC||AOC i1601FWUX 16 inch||199|
This Acer monitor is a great monitor for gamers and the laymen alike because of how big it is. For gamers, it adds to the immersion. or In an intense round of Dead by Daylight, you’ll be able to see more hiding places than usual. If you use it for work, the size gives you the ability to have multiple programs — Excel, Word, a database program, etc — on the screen at once. This allows for multitasking and making your work a lot easier and more efficient.
This monitor comes with AMD FreeSync and an adjustable stand so you can make it higher or lower to fit your elevation needs. This LG monitor also comes with an HDMI port so you won’t be stuck with just USB-C. If you decide to get another PC/laptop you’ll be good to go with this monitor, as it can work for those as well. On top of that LG support is pretty helpful and will promptly help you fix or replace your monitor if you come across a problem.
With the HP ENVY 27-inch monitor, you won’t need more than one of these giant monitors. If you decide to go with two, it has almost no bezel, allowing you to put two of these together without losing too much immersion due to the usual borders monitors have. If you have a machine that supports 4K, that will add immersion through a better picture. It might even add a touch of realism to your gaming experience, even if you choose to watch movies/videos. They’ll definitely look way better than the regular non-4K monitors. The HP ENVY also comes equipped with mercury free LED backlighting to increase power efficiency.
This monitor being smaller than others out there makes it one of the top choices for easier portability. Should the need arise, you’ll have no problem taking this monitor around with you anywhere. To top it off, compared to other monitors, this one is relatively light. This AOC monitor also has a low blue mode that reduces the amount of blue light emitting from the screen to stop eyestrain from long periods of use.
BenQ offers a 27-inch 2560×1440 resolution (2K) USB-C monitor. It has some maneuverability to it that allows you to switch it into landscape mode or portrait mode. The BenQ was made with designers in mind, thus it uses sRGB Eye Care, so you don’t hurt your eyes to much from designing for long periods of time. It will look great in any other aspect due to its high resolution.
If you are using this monitor for designing purposes, it comes handy with the Dark Room mode, which makes areas of the animation or picture your drawing brighter, but not so bright that it would make it look blurry. Ultimately, it helps with picture quality a lot.
It can be difficult finding the perfect monitor for Apple computers/laptops these days since most are switching away from the standard HDMI port to the new USB-C instead. USB-C is the future technology, and all of the monitors above are excellent options.