Features of good panel displays include good picture quality, simple on-screen displays, plenty of ports and a flexible stand. For best results in most applications, choose a display panel at least 27 inches wide, with at least 2560 by 1440 resolution.
A good display panel includes HDMI, DisplayPort and DVI connections for maximum compatibility. For best picture quality, good display panels should be color-calibrated by the manufacturer at the factory. The user adjusts the brightness, but the color is already set for best color fidelity. For best use while gaming, the panel needs to have a low input lag.
For maximum connectivity, a good panel should have several USB 3.0 ports. USB ports specialized for quick-charging devices give users another outlet to charge such devices. USB ports on both the front and back of the display panel provide the user extra slack when using wired keyboards and mice. Good display panels also have audio jacks that allow users to connect their own speakers or headphones.
For maximum visibility and user comfort, a good display panel should feature a stand that raises, lowers, twists and rotates. Compatibility with VESA mounts enables a user to mount the panel to a wall attachment or arm. A strong anti-glare coating prevents cross-hatching patterns from appearing when the panel is exposed to strong light.