Toted as "space-savers" thanks to the dual functionality, the 90 and 30 series displays range from 21.5- to 24-inches. Both offer up full HD 1080p resolutions, a 5ms response time, a pair of HDMI inputs and a remote control.
The 90 series steps things up with a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and Dolby Digital Plus sound with built-in 5W stereo speakers, whereas the 30 series only offers a 70,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and Dolby Digital Plus sound with built-in 3W stereo speakers.
That's still not shabby, and it's certainly reflected in the price tags. Now available for purchase, the 30 series monitors range from $269.99-$329.99. Buyers will have to wait until September for the 90 series, which will retail for $419.99.